LIMA — ArtSpace/Lima operations manager Dr. William S. Sullivan recently resigned after 10 years with the organization.
As the operations manager, he oversaw hundreds of exhibits, which kept the arts and art education thriving in the Lima community, according to a news release.
He was recognized for the role he played in ArtSpace’s partnership with Procter and Gamble in 2015. Through their exhibit, they were able to display the five original oil painting by Norman Rockwell, from the “Look, Mom, No Cavities” Crest Toothpaste campaign.
“This was truly a once-in-a -lifetime experience for any art gallery, and the highlight of ArtSpace/Lima’s 60th anniversary celebration. Dr. Sullivan was instrumental in this and many other inspiring exhibits and programs,” Kathleen Phipps, ArtSpace/Lima president of the board of trustees, said in a news release. “The Board of Trustees is extremely grateful for Dr. Sullivan’s dedication and leadership, and wishes him the best in all future endeavors.”
ArtSpace will be conducting a search for a new executive director until Dec. 7. More information can be found at www.artspacelima.com.