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621 Gallery Contributes to Tallahassee’s Cultural Fabric

Published February 26, 2020

621 Gallery exists to expose the creative process, to platform significant conversations around our diverse communities and support artists careers. 621 Gallery is connecting our audience to shifting cultural landscapes and meaningful ideas to empower.

FSU Art MFA ’17 Lauren Baker is the Executive Director at 621. In addition to teaching at FSU, she also continues her role as educator by heading the internship at 621.

FSU Art Adjunct Instructor Tom Hall serves on the Board of Directors. His recent exhibition focuses on his experiences as an adoptive father. This January exhibition was part of 621’s 2019-2020 exhibition season.

Richard Ensor is the sculpture lab manager at FSU and Vice President of the Board of Directors at 621 Gallery. He is utilizing his fine arts background by leading an effort to restore 621’s collection of outdoor sculptures in Railroad Square Arts District.

To promote 621 Gallery as the heart of Tallahassee’s Arts District, please share this video link with with your friends, family, and through social media to raise awareness of 621’s contributions to Tallahassee’s cultural fabric. It contains a segment on our exhibit from January, the sculpture garden restoration, and the internship program that Lauren Baker leads.