A Note from Becky~
There is a lightness in my step now that the sun is shining! This is partly because sunshine feeds my soul, and partly because it indicates that CALC is embarking on our summertime path. Why is this such a special time at CALC? So many reasons! Here are just a few:
• A bustling building filled with youth ages 3-15 using their imaginations and creating works for themselves and for our community
• An evening to celebrate Maureen Reed and her immense impact on our community through the arts, June 20, 2019
• The installation of temporary, meaningful, large-scale public works of art downtown!
• A robust schedule of classes for adults of every skill level
• Free artistic opportunities for our members (April 27!), and to community members at several upcoming community events and fairs
• Several thoughtful exhibits opening throughout the summer—see page 3 of the newsletter for details
• Art on the Farm! We have a lot of fun changes this year! Watch artists create in the fields of Roots Flower Farm, then enjoy a local food dinner and live auction. Proceeds benefit Farmers on the Square and PASA.
And while not quite summer, mark your calendar for the event of the year: The mARTini Auction, November 23, 2019!
I hope you will join us for this summer of fun and important events and programs! And when the sun is out–I’m out–so stop me and ask me for more details about all of this!
CALC Member News
Ellen Jenkin’s is pleased to announce that she has been selected "Artist of the Month" at the Hanover Art Guild/Gallery. She is featuring some photographs called "Abandoned Dreams," which is a small collection of some pictures she took of things/places/etc. left in disrepair or ruination, from PA to NY to TX, with stops in Antarctica and Hudson Bay. The exhibit is all of May and the Gallery is at 32 Carlisle Street Hanover, PA. If you're looking for a jaunt to Hanover, please stop by.
Patricia Walach Keough painted at the Falls Church 9th Annual Plein Air Festival “Scenes in the City” held in June. For the painting “Reflections on Broad” Pat was awarded 1st Place. For “June Afternoon on Buxton Rd.” she won the Kensington Prize (4th Place) and the Artists’ Choice Award.
Congratulations to CALC artists and members for acceptance into 2018’s Art of the State exhibition: Kim Banister, Rachel Eng, Mary Olin Geiger, Michael Lahr, Gay McGeary, Julie Riker, Jo Margolis, and Richard Chandler-Hoff. The exhibit is on view through September 9 at the State Museum in Harrisburg.
The Chris Thorpe Foundation is dedicated to providing lifelong learning opportunities for those who choose to follow a path of personal achievement and civil responsibility- values that Chris shared. The foundation is happy to offer scholarships for art classes at CALC to youth and adults.
Pick up an application at CALC!
CALC Art Teacher
Are you interested in teaching children’s classes at Carlisle Arts Learning Center. CALC is always looking for talented, energetic, exible teachers with creative and fun ideas! Call Maureen Madio at (717) 249-6973