Jennifer Schock-Bolles was recently named executive director of Project Mend-A-House. She replaces Kristin Hull, who moved to Oregon.
Schock-Bolles is a certified aging-in-place specialist and owned a consulting company that provided home modification and service-provider recommendations allowing people to stay in their homes.
Project Mend-A-House is a local nonprofit organization that provides free home repairs and safety modifications to low-income residents, seniors and people with disabilities.
Artists are invited to submit original works of art through April 1 to the Hylton Performing Arts Center for its inaugural juried exhibition.
The categories include ceramics, drawings, fiber, glass, jewelry, wearable art, furniture, mixed media, painting, printmaking, photography and sculpture.
Selected artists and award winners will be notified by April 27.
The exhibition will be in the Buchanan Partners Art Gallery from May 25 through July 18.
For information, visit www.hyltoncenter.org/gallery.