BY ANTHONY RIZZO
The Great Lakes Bay region will soon be home to, what organizers say is, the world’s first major solar art exhibition.
Diana Tomlin is the Director of Fall In Art and Sol, which is placing solar powered art work at various locations in Bay, Saginaw, Midland and Isabella counties during the month of October.
She said the solar art exhibit will be a great way to promote what’s going on in the Great Lakes Bay Region.
“I think we’re really looking into revitalizing this space and show people this is a space where lots of fun can happen, where art can happen. It can be a bright and beautiful space. It really will be lit up with lights all over the place with the solar art,” Tomlin said.
The “Art” portion of the exhibition encompasses more than 60 organizations showcasing performing and visual arts, family activities and workshops.
The art and 107 events will be active for an entire month, beginning September 28th.
More information can be found at www.fallin-glbr.com