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Jordyn Myracle appointed new OVAL Executive Director

June 12, 2017 The Ohio Valley Art League Board of Directors proudly announces the appointment of Ms. Jordyn Myracle as the new Executive Director for this non-profit organization. Ms. Myracle, from Evansville, Indiana, is a graduate of Ivy Tech Community with a degree in Graphic Design. She received many awards in this field of study and among them was a 2015 Student Gold Addy Award for Publication/Book Design along with being named the 2016 Outstanding Graduate in Applied Science -Visual Communications. “I am truly honored to be a part of this organization and I look forward to successfully taking on the role and responsibilities of this position. It will be my goal to create fresh, new and innovative ideas for the arts community in the Tri-state,” says Ms. Myracle. “We are thrilled to have Ms. Myracle in this leadership position as the new Executive Director. Her background experience and skill set in design, advertising/marketing and photography as well as her creative ability and career goals combine for a great fit with the organization. We invite everyone to meet Ms. Myracle on June 22nd from 5 – 7 pm at the OVAL Gallery located at 230 Second Street in the Citi­ Center during the Opening Reception of a new exhibit titled Interpreting the Figure”, says Marcia Baker, OVAL President. “Henderson and this organization have been blessed in countless ways to have Jule McClellan as OVAL’s Curator and Executive Directive for twenty five years. She has resigned to move to Lexington, Kentucky to be near her family. We can’t thank her enough for all that she has done and certainly wish...

Outgoing OVAL Executive Director Jule McClellan will be missed

As one of the founding members of OVAL, Jule has worked tirelessly since its’ inception to make it one of the most recognized supporting visual arts organizations in Henderson and the surrounding area.  The respect that OVAL has is in no small part a result of her professional and passionate leadership. The fervor and passion for the arts that she has exhibited on a daily basis shows that this was so much more than just a job for her.  It was a labor of love. Our community is a better place because of the program, exhibits and support of OVAL.  Jule has had the vision for much of what has been accomplished over the years.  The sculpture on the grounds of Henderson Community College and the Women’s Honor Court will stand as lasting examples of her vision and passion for the arts. As Jule prepares to move to Lexington, Kentucky to be near her family we wish her well and assure her that she will be missed.  We hope for much happiness in the days ahead as she begins the next chapter in her...