S.E.E. ART SALON
Sharing, Exploring & Experiencing ART
S.E.E. Art Salon is open to those who are interested in and have respect for the history of the visual arts and a belief in the inherent value of the arts to the community and to individuals.
Art discussions are facilitated by experienced artists and professors and take place in CALC’s gallery. All discussions are meant to be fun and creatively invigorating. Beverages & snacks are always ever present at CALC!
FREE and open to the public. Check back for upcoming lecture schedule.
Tuesday, October 1
Janet Powers, Photographer and Retired Gettysburg College
Fighting Poverty with Traditional Crafts in Bosnia
Beginning with the post-war situation in Bosnia, Powers will describe three Bosnian women’s groups and how these groups are using traditional crafts to create new products and to earn money. A major focus will be on “Sarajevo Phoenix,” a group of fourteen women whose embroidered and crocheted products are marketed on ETSY and in south-central Pennsylvania at bazaars and arts councils. The lecture will take place in conjunction with Power’s photography exhibit, “The Balkan Backstory”, in CALC’s upper gallery.
Wednesday, November 6
Featuring Art Enthusiasts:
Daniel Mack, Mona Steele & Deb Fulham-Winston & Bob Winston
The Gallery Collective
For one night only, four local art enthusiasts will showcase and discuss one amazing piece of artwork from their personal collections and will provide insight into their philosophy of collecting art. The lecture was inspired by the legendary art collectors, Herb and Dorothy Vogel, a postal worker and a librarian who built a world class art collection on humble salaries. The Vogels proclaimed “You don’t have to be a Rockefeller to collect art!” The lecture will take place in CALC’s upper gallery.