Naples Art – In the Aftermath of Hurricane Ian
October 3, 2022
These are challenging times, to be sure. The impact of Hurricane Ian was devastating, and we sympathize with all who have lost loved ones or experienced displacement or irreversible damage to their property. Catastrophic events are traumatic and test our emotional resilience.
Our remarkable community is coming together swiftly, and we will get back on our feet. Please know Naples Art will continue to be a cultural sanctuary in downtown Naples – a beautiful space where those of all ages can see, learn, experience, create, and gather. Fortunately, our building is safe and all systems are fully operational.
We have opened our doors today, Monday, October 3, and art classes will resume their full schedule starting on Monday, October 10. Our current blockbuster exhibition The Artist’s Hand: Selections from The William Louis-Dreyfus Foundation continues through October 30.
We invite you to come in to say hello, to distract from your distress, and to nourish your soul. Rest assured that all of us at Naples Art will continue to do our part to help our community heal and thrive.
Executive Director and Chief Curator
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