Beginning on Oct. 23, the university will display 33 paintings created by American artist Daniel K. Gregory, each one a depiction of an iconic home, school structure, city scape, or commercial building that once defined Michigan’s sixth largest city.

From Oct. 23-28, the paintings will be showcased in Concordia’s Kreft Center Gallery, located at 4090 Geddes Road, as part of the “Ann Arbor Historical Landmarks by Daniel K. Gregory/James Irwin Collection”. An opening reception and gallery talk will be held from 7-9 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 26. Following the completion of building renovations for Concordia’s new physician’s assistant program, the collection will be permanently installed at CUAA’s North Building, 3475 Plymouth Road.