Art at the Airport
Monterey Regional Airport’s Art at the Airport program is sponsored by Central Coast Federal Credit Union. Here at the Airport you can experience a variety of rotating exhibits and new and innovative public art displays that celebrate the beauty, spirit and great creativity of the Central Coast. Scroll through the information below to see which exhibits are currently on display in our Mezzanine and Youth Galleries.
Cones, Cakes and Colors!
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Elementary, Shcool of the Arts offers a creative curriculum.
At Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. School in Seaside, Art Specialist Wendi Everett uses art history and the work of artists from around the world to inspire her young students. Their creative efforts are on display here, in the form of collage, sculpture and painting inspired by artists Wassily Kandinsky and Wayne Thiebaud and showcase the school’s strong commitment to the visual arts.
MLK SOA is one of 85 schools supported by Turnaround Arts, a Kennedy Center program that leverages the arts to help turn around the highest need elementary and middle schools in the country.
Wish You Were Here: Historic Hotels of Monterey County
Travelers have enjoyed the natural beauty, recreational pleasures and gracious shelter of Monterey County resorts and spas for over one hundred years. Join us in recalling Monterey County getaways of yesteryear, from grand hotels to rustic retreats, and the many activities that have attracted visitors throughout the decades.
Visitors can look back at resorts from the past and a few that are present, some will be familiar and may bring back fond memories!
The Wish You Were Here exhibit opened on November 16, 2018 and will be on display until the fall of 2019.
Against the Odds: Pioneering Women of Monterey County
Whether labeled “hell on wheels,” “pillars of the community” or “agents of change”, the energy, wisdom, and courage of the women featured in this exhibition were forces to be reckoned with during their lifetimes. Their accomplishments and contributions to the betterment of Monterey County communities underlie countless local ordinances, institutions, and civic benefits that we take for granted today.