Two sets of hands printed on paper by artist Marne Elmore.

Art in the District

A look at the art happenings in and around the Surel Mitchell Live-Work-Create District.

The Green Box

Stephanie Inman – a recipient of the 2022 Governor’s Awards in the Arts!
This installation can be experienced anytime by stepping up to the GreenBox and viewing through the front window. The most dramatic impression is at night.

Visual Arts Collective

Face to Face a solo show by Julie Pegan
Gallery hours Saturdays, Noon to 6 p.m.

Cabaret, co-directed and featuring our Program Director Jodi Eichelberger. The run has mostly sold out, and the only available performance is for a special New Year’s Eve performance. Tickets at

Zion Warne Studios

Open Mondays to Saturdays, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Open Studio Saturday, Dec 17 from 5 to 9:00 p.m.

Water’s Edge Gallery

Jessie Nilo showing through December
Located inside the Riverside Hotel above the main lobby

The Common Well

110 W. 31st Street
Mondays to Fridays from 9 to 5 by appointment

GLIMPSE, a collection of found objects from the building’s renovation. The works are for sale and all proceeds will support upcoming arts programming.

Walk-throughs of the entire building are also available by appointment. 

Roots Zero Waste Market

Marne Elmore is featured in the community room. Open during regular business hours except during classes.

Our very own Marne Elmore is featured for the month of December featuring her printmaking. In her artist statement, she mentions the value of the hand when it comes to labor, craft, and creativity. We see this all the time in the work she does to support the artists and work at Surel’s Place. The show opened at the last First Friday and because Marne is so modest, we knew very little about it and were blown away. After all the hours she spends supporting other artists, it is wonderful to see her work in the spotlight.