Pablo Center at the Confluence’s third season of art exhibitions will inspire and motivate. There will be annual exhibits that hold a wide variety of artistic mediums and styles like the Confluence of Art Annual and the ever popular Fabulous Florals & Fine Arts which pares local artwork with incredible floral arrangements. But also present will be exhibits that push pause and make us examine our current state of affairs. In exhibits like Shelter, Pablo Center will reflect on Covid-19’s impact on society. Artwork that delves into issues of social justice will find a place of prominence in Pablo Center as we dive head on into issues of racism, sexism and discrimination in our exhibits Black Lives Matter: Silence Equals Violence, First Nations Contemporary Art: Exploring the Native American Experience in the Midwest, and Modern Woman: Giving Voice to Women of the Chippewa Valley. We will look to the future and be inspired by student art exhibits featuring work by our youngest and most passionate creatives, and artwork will be on exhibit by masters of their craft that have dedicated most of their lives to the art of creation. Join us in one of our four gallery spaces, you’ll be sure to find something challenging, interesting, and beautiful.