About

about the

Plymouth Arts Center

Plymouth Arts Center is the leading arts destination in western Sheboygan County. Located in historic downtown Plymouth, WI, our community non-profit organization is dedicated to its mission… “To enliven the spirit of our community and to enrich the lives of all, by providing diverse experiences in the arts!”

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OUR MISSION

“To enliven

the spirit of our community and to enrich the lives of all, by providing diverse

experiences in the arts!”

history of the

Plymouth Arts Center

Plymouth Arts Center has a rich history of over 25 years. What began as a postcard campaign to gain artist interest in the area has evolved into the premier art destination in western Sheboygan County.

Learn more about our journey and who we are!

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Staff Members

Donna Hahn

Donna Hahn

Executive Director

Plymouth Arts Center

PAC 25th Anniversary

Board Members

Tom Slater

Tom Slater

President

Paul Sartori

Paul Sartori

President Elect

Adam Mason

Adam Mason

Secretary/Treasurer

Robert Hoopman

Robert Hoopman

Barbara Garton

Barbara Garton

Linda Laible

Linda Laible

Jim Rosetti

Jim Rosetti

Elizabeth Miller

Elizabeth Miller

Barbara Barrows

Barbara Barrows

Jim Sutton

Jim Sutton

Marissa Murphy

Marissa Murphy

Ben Wiley

Ben Wiley

Justin Webb

Justin Webb

Founder’s Club and First Board of Directors

Joan M. Kohn, 1930-2000

Joan M. Kohn, 1930-2000

This original oil painting of Joan Kohn was created by the late Artist Robert Heuel, O.P.A. Bob donated it to the Plymouth Arts Center in memory of Joan.

A Tribute to Joan Kohn

Joan M. Kohn was a founding member of the Plymouth Art Foundation, now known as the Plymouth Arts Center. Joan served actively on the Board of Directors continuously from the beginning of the organization through 1998. She was the driving force and the creative genius responsible in great part for the development of the visual arts programming for the organization and the credible reputation earned by Gallery 110 North. In her own right, Joan was a nationally known fiber artist and was listed in 100 People Who Shaped Sheboygan County. Her mission was to enliven the spirit of visual arts, to encourage the continual growth and bold ventures of artists working in all forms of media, and to enrich the lives of all who experience their work. She is greatly missed…

Dena Adamson

Lori Beringer

Andrea Fenner

Roger Lahm

Susan McFarlane

Betty Pardee-Arendt

Jody Schetter

Christine Schumacher

Nancy Smith

Nancy Thackray

Peter Wright

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