The Center For the Arts in Homer has a new Executive Director. The Center’s Board of Directors made the selection following a national search.
Ty Marshal will take over operations at the Center For the Arts on August 3rd.
Marshal has worked as a theatre instructor at the Classics and Four Arts Academy in Scottsdale, Arizona.
He served as an assistant manager at an art museum in Beacon, N.Y., where he also operated an independent local art gallery and was also the curator for Windows on Main Street, an annual visual art event that pairs local businesses with local artists.
Marshal has worked for the Syracuse Children’s Theatre, Community Folk Art Center, Syracuse City Ballet, and Rarely Done Productions. He comes to the Center for the Arts after serving as the Manager of Digital Media with the Syracuse New Times.
The Homer Center for the Arts is a performing space but is also a cultural and educational space in the Villag of Homer. The center occupies a former Baptist Church at the corner of Main and Cayuga Streets.
The center has been without a full-time director since last October when former director Dan Hayes resigned to pursue other endeavors.