For Constance Del Nero, the Academy Art Museum director of Children’s Education & Community Programs, almost every vacant wall in Talbot County is an opportunity to display art. So when it was suggested that the new Shore Regional Health health Pavilion on Idlewild Avenue in Easton had plenty of those, she jumped at the chance to work with Talbot County Public Schools to fill the gap.
And over the last year, Connie and her fellow art teachers gathered a remarkable collection of some of its most promising artists not only to show off their talent but to provide an uplifting environment for patients and family members while visiting the building.
With Frame-it-Easy generously donating over a $1,000 worth of frames for the project, the health pavilion is now filled with some of Talbot County’s youngest artists work.
The Spy stopped by a few weeks ago to talk to Connie about this uplifting community art project to understand more about the Academy Art Museum’s goals to move beyond their South Street location to bring art to their community.
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