City Council chambers become temporary art gallery

Vickie Aldous
Ashland Daily Tidings


The Ashland Civic Center Council Chambers is normally a place to make decisions about issues such as affordable housing and utility rate increases.

But the room where the City Council meets recently became a temporary gallery.

People who came to a council meeting last Tuesday to offer their views on development proposals and a proposed nudity ban around schools were treated to views of paintings hanging on the walls. The council chambers were also open for viewing during the middle of the day last Thursday and Friday, and again during the evening for the First Friday Art Walk...

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