Panama City Center for the Arts hosts former Radio City Rockette, new exhibits

PANAMA CITY — Like the colorfully wrapped gifts starting to pop up around the fir, Panama City Center for the Arts is welcoming several new elements in December.  

“We said goodbye to our dark, spooky Haunted Higby experience last month and have committed to build a warm and bright experience for the upcoming holidays,” Jayson Kretzer, executive director of Bay Arts Alliance, said in a recent news release. “Along with our December exhibitions, we’ll be showcasing illustrations of the 12 days of Christmas, a miniature Christmas village, an extended gift shop, and fun photo opportunities throughout the building.” 

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On Friday, the gift shop will be open from 5 to 7 p.m. and showcase an expanded offering of local artwork. A Meet the Artists reception will be held Dec. 17 from 5 to 8 p.m., introducing exhibitions by Sonya Livingston, Tesa Burch and Kris Serian. Complimentary refreshments and a wine bar will be provided during the reception. 

Kenneth Proto

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