Several items have popped into my inbox over the past couple of weeks. Most importantly are some reminders about the upcoming April and May meetings.
Next announcement – April 6
>>>> April Meeting
Our April speaker will be our very own member Andi Wolfe. By day she is a scientist and by night a wood turner. She will be sharing her work and how she integrates her passion as a Biologist and artist.
See you on Thursday, April, 12th at the Griswold.
Ruth Ann Mitchell, Artist
>>>> May meeting information is attached (WAAL Student Scholarship flyer)
See attachment about signing up for the May potluck (in place of the meeting/speaker)
Meet 3 seniors picked by 3 local schools to receive scholarships from WAAL to encourage/contribute to their art education. The seniors will have their art on display and will give us a short presentation about their art they brought and about future art plans.
>>>> WORTHINGTON CREATIVE COMMUNITY INVESTMENT GRANT
We meet with Jon and Missy at the MAC regarding the grant money we received. The paperwork and money needs to be spent by June 30, 2018. We are working on signage for the business venues and ways to easily carry the audio equipment that was purchased.
We found out that we can start working on the next grant (VOLUNTEER PLEASE) and the league can have the following items as areas to apply the money. rent, senior scholarship awards, speakers, and workshop meetings
Do you have any suggestions?
>>>> Vice President position will be vacant starting the end of August. Please consider looking over the areas that this position oversees. See attachment Thanks, Diana Andrews email@example.com <mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org> 614-395-1869 cell/text
>>>> WAAL is in Worthington Arts Festival
Please see attachment for announcement important information on the Worthington Arts Festival we get to participate in this year!!
attached: Sign up sheet to take part in the WAAL tent at the Worthington Arts Festival June 2018
>>>> Opportunity to contribute to WAAL
Riffe Lobby Gallery looks like it is scheduled to WAAL in 2019.
VOLUNTEER needed to chair this event!
>>>> Good news for WAAL
First Community Church 1320 Cambridge Blvd, Columbus
exhibit August 1st take in 11:00-12:00 – October 1st take down 11:00-12:00
Most likely two paintings per artist.
Church at Mill Run
exhibit September 12 take in ~ Reception 2-4 on Sept. 16 ~ Oct. 31 take down
Most likely two paintings per artist.
>>>> 3 Points in Time Exhibit – MAC league juried exhibit
One painting sold – approximately 8,813 visitors (several hundred were school age children – used as one of their learning objectives)
WAAL can submit a 2019 proposal for a league (non juried) exhibit now. Please contact Diana Andrews or Ruth Ann Mitchell if you would like to volunteer to oversee this. (apply and if we get approved to be the chairperson)
>>>> Worthington Kroger Project
For the past several years,WAAL has had for sale at the Worthington Kroger prints of original artwork by our members. That project has concluded. The 18×24 matted prints are available to members for $35.
Here is a slide show off all the prints. You will have the opportunity to make your choice and purchase at the April WAAL meeting.
>>>> April WAAL display/venue
Here are names of those WAAL members who are scheduled to display in April at the following locations:
Wolfe – City Municipal Bldg
Page – Central Park Apt. Complex
– (and continue two months at Lume Eyecare)
Behling – Call Insurance
Crowley – Worthington Rec Center
Curry – Park National Bank
Those currently displaying at these venues are:
Behling – -City Municipal Bldg
Forbes-Green – -Central Park Apt. Complex
Page (and continue two months at Lume Eyecare)
Schoyer – Call Insurance
Coe – Worthington Rec Center
Wolfe – Park National Bank
Please be in touch with each other as to when you will take down so we don’t miss a day of displaying.
Because of the Easter week and school vacations may I suggest Monday, April 2 as the transition day?
You can find each others email in the header of this email to confirm your plans.
Include me in your emails to one another so I know what is going on.
Blessing on your day,
Howard D. Van Cleave
Fellowship of Christian Faculty & Staff at OSU
Midwest Faculty Ministry – Ohio Valley Area
InterVarsity Christian Fellowship/GFM
5655 No. High Street, Suite 6
Worthington, OH. 43085
Email: email@example.com <mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org>
>>>> Calling All Artists!
We are calling on all local artists to submit applications to join us for this year’s annual Art Crawl presented by CoverMyMeds. The German Village Art Crawl is a Columbus unique event that turns an ordinary alley into an extraordinary gallery for a night of fun and creative celebration. Art Crawl 2018 is being reimagined with local breweries, food trucks, musicians & performers accenting Macon Alley while Columbus residents shop our local artists’ collections. It’s an experience not to be missed!
We would appreciate it if you would share our call for artists with artists in the area or provide us with the resources to share our call with them directly.
Applications can be submitted here: germanvillage.com/2018artistapply/
Should you have any questions please email us at email@example.com <mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org>
Thank you for your help in spreading the word!
2018 German Village Art Crawl Committee
July 21, 2018
German Village, Columbus, Ohio
Produced by the German Village Business Community
Deadline: April 25, 2018
Application fee: $85; Booth fee: $100/150
Art Crawl pairs the charm of German Village with the finest artists of Columbus. The unique fabric of German Village, including its businesses and restaurants, rich art tradition and historical beauty, will be blended together on Macon Alley for one magical summer evening on Saturday, July 21, 2018.
Exhibiting artists will be complemented by live music, special performances, artist demonstrations, local craft beer and food.
Artists are invited to submit applications to exhibit during the German Village Art Crawl. Artists selected will be assigned to a garage or tent shared with one or more artists. Each accepted registration will receive admission to the German Village Art Crawl, beverage tokens, a meal provided by one of our sponsors, pre-event promotion including individual biographies with examples of the artist’s work on the German Village Society website and distributed to patrons.
Event will be juried by Sharon Weiss, Ed Gately & Joan Selle Zeller in early May.
Please review the application process and exhibition information for complete details regarding participation in the event.
>>>> Member kudos!
I recently sold 10 images to EASi Engineering in New Albany. The images range in size from 9×12 to 4’ x 3.5’ in size. The images help decorate their new office building in New Albany. Visitors can see some of the work in the lobby area of the building.
March 10th – I helped lead a public art work at the Bryn Du Mansion in conjunction with their art exhibit. An original base art design was painted on a 4’ x 8’ plywood panel that had been painted with chalkboard paint. We invited everyone coming to see the Bryn Du art exhibit to join us in chalking the panel. A time lapse video can be seen here on YouTube: https://youtu.be/wkq5B0sI1Mc
Starting April 12, I will be teaching a teen workshop on large format chalk painting in conjunction with the Zanesville Art Museum. June 1st, the graduates of the workshop will be working along with me at the Zanesville First Friday Art Walk. I will be reproducing an Albert Bierstadt painting from the museum’s collection during their artwarlk.
If you are in the area, stop by!
>>>> Member Kudos!
I wanted to let you know that one of my pieces, “openness”, was chosen for the Ohio Art League Juried Spring Show at Griffin Gallery.
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