Air Zoo to open international aerospace art exhibit

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Kalamazoo's Air Zoo has unveiled the 2012 American Society of Aviation Artists (ASAA) International Aerospace Art Exhibit. This exhibit showcases over 50 pieces of aviation and artwork. Visitors can expect to see photograhs, paintings, stained glass and sculptures alongside rides and permanent attractions.

"The exhibit will include artwork from more than 30 world-renowned aviation and space artists," said Bob Ellis, Air Zoo president and CEO.  "Now Air Zoo guests will be able to see aviation and space from a different point of view-through the eyes of artists."

The Air Zoo offers meeting and event planners three conference spaces that fit 32 guests or a combined space for 125. There is also a Mezzanine suited for an outdoor reception or cocktail party accommodating up to 100 guests, a classroom seating 25 and a boardroom perfect for up to 16 guests. The Exhibit Hall is also available for rent and fits 1,500 people for a reception or 600 for dinner.

The new exhibit will run through Sept. 8 and is included in the price of general admission.

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