SK Group launches public art exhibit “Plano, Texas: A City Built for Community”

Photo courtesy of SK Signet.
The art exhibit is open until Jan. 15 and features influential figures from art to politics to first responders.

Plano-based SK Signet and Photoville opened a public art exhibit titled Plano, Texas: A City Built for Community, which will be available to the public from Dec. 1 through Jan. 15.

The exhibit, located on the southeast corner of E 15th Street and K Avenue, highlights the stories of various members of the Plano community, including:

  • Abbie Alter & Kate Sazer – founder and “Instagram Queen” at Plano Moms
  • Stephanie Bouillion-Mayer – firefighter paramedic, Plano Fire-Rescue
  • Rodney Carrera – artist & owner of Anomaly Lifestyle Art and Tattoo
  • Lola Dada-Olley – attorney, advocate and speaker
  • Shanette Eaden – Housing and Community Services Manager, City of Plano
  • Meryl K. Evans – CPACC, accessibility consultant and disability advocate
  • Britainy Goss – producer, board treasurer, and stand-up comedian, Plano Comedy Festival
  • Rutledge Haggard – lifelong Planoite
  • Courtney Hitt – arts advocate, Plano Art Walk
  • Dr. Cheryl Jackson – founder, Minnie’s Food Pantry
  • Mary Jacobs – author and historian, Haunted: Plano, Texas
  • Mona Kafeel – CEO, Texas Muslim Women’s Foundation
  • Lynne McLean – CEO, Children’s Advocacy Center of Collin County
  • Arthur G. Parker Jr. – retired police officer and school resource officer, Plano Police
  • Graciela Katzer & Elizabeth Parr – president and performer, Plano International Festival
  • Corina Sadler – volunteer resources supervisor, City of Plano
  • Cameron Satterthwaite – owner, Georgia’s Farmers Market
  • Florence Shapiro – former Plano City Council Member and Mayor, and Texas State Senator
  • Charmaine Solomon – founder & chair emeritus, My Possibilities
  • Dollie Thomas – acting executive and programming director, Plano African American Museum
  • Kubilay S. Vardar – production lead, SK Signet
  • Jason Robert Villarreal & Ashlee Elizabeth Bashore – senior resident director and director at North Texas Performing Arts
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