The Prairie Renaissance Cultural Alliance has had a gallery on Atlantic Avenue since October 2002. The space, which PRCA President Sarah McDermott says is more than just an art gallery, offers local artists a place to sell their work and the community a space to host events or learn more about local cultural heritage.

Beyond the gallery


MORRIS - The Prairie Renaissance Cultural Alliance has called 630 Atlantic Avenue home since October 2002, yet there are still people in the community who still don't recognize the organization's name or mission.

"There are still a lot of people in the community that don't know what we are, what we do, or anything about us," said PRCA President Sara McDermott. "It is kind of curious that we've been here for nine years and there are still people that don't know."

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Kim Ukura is the editor of the Morris Sun Tribune.