Orange County Arts Council

Welcomes New Board Member

Lotus Do

The Orange County Arts Council is pleased to announce the addition of Lotus Do of Cornwall to its Board of Directors. 

Lotus Do is an artist/artist educator, photographer, museum educator and painter. She has curated exhibitions for many venues including Massachusetts Council of the Arts, the Piano Factory Gallery, the National Academy Museum, Huntington Gallery at Mass College of Art. She has exhibited widely at the Walters Gallery Boston, the Edith Lambert gallery, the Institute of Contemporary Art Boston, PS1 New York and the Wendall Street Gallery Boston. Her work is documented in the National Asian American Art Archive.

She has initiated and facilitated art exchanges in China, India, New Mexico, Singapore, Hawaii, and American Samoa.

‚ÄúI‚Äôm thrilled to be asked to join the Board of the Orange County Arts Council,‚ÄĚ Do said. ‚ÄúArt makers and art appreciators generate well-being,¬†resilience, understanding and vibrancy. I‚Äôm looking forward to learning about and supporting the cultural art adventures in our lively and diverse community.‚ÄĚ

Do recently retired from a long-held faculty position at the Dalton School Art Department. She has also taught The National Academy Museum and School of Fine Arts, New York, Massachusetts College of Art, and many decades ago the Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston (Division 16). 

Orange County Arts Council is fortunate to have the non-profit experience, knowledge of the arts and fresh outlook that Lotus provides,” said Sarah McKay, executive director of the OCAC.

 

About the Orange County Arts Council (OCAC):

The Orange County Arts Council is a private, 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to meeting the growing need for local arts advocacy and serving as a county-wide arts resource. A diverse Board of Directors made up of community leaders, business leaders, arts enthusiasts, and professional artists oversees the Orange County Arts Council. Many of OCAC programs are designed and implemented by volunteers serving on various committees.

Orange County Arts Council supports and empowers artists, fosters diverse forms of expression and promotes access to the arts through educational programs, cultural events, public projects and participation that is integral to the economic development and collective well-being of our community. To learn more, visit: https://ocartscouncil.org/ or call 845-202-0140.