CALC's Bulletin Board
Information of interest to members and artists
Congratulations to members
DONNA MITCHELL, who was elected Juried
Associate member of the Pastel Society of America.
SUE MARRAZZO has been
juried into the Keystone National Juried Exhibition of Work on Paper; the exhibit runs
9/26 - 10/22 at the Art Center School and Galleries, Mechanicsburg, PA. Her piece is a mix
media work entitled "Alphabet Flight".
Also to SUE for being
included in the 40th Annual Open Juried Exhibit at the York Art Association, held October
10 - 31, 2010. She had one encaustic piece entitled "Abstraction of Flight" and
and Mixed Media piece entitled "Free to Fly 2".
In addition, SUE
MARRAZZO'S mixed media self portrait will be included in the "As We See
Ourselves" Exhibition at the Whitaker Center for the Science and Arts, November 19,
2010 - January 28, 2011.
LINDA YOUNG's work
entitled "Angels Among Us" has been selected for the First Annual United Way of
Pennsylvania Fine Art and Photography Exhibit: Collage of a Commonwealth. The exhibit will
travel around the Commonwealth; date, times and opening reception to be announced soon.
GERRY CLARK placed an Honorable Mention at
the Student Show at the Mechanicsburg Art Center with her colored pencil drawing titled
"Leaf Study" on August 7. Congratulations!
now listed on the Exhibit Opportunities
page, please check it out for timely information
You name it! We
need your help. CALC is looking for suggestions for naming the Exhibit/Sales Gallery. If
you have any ideas, please send them to CALC.
CALC WISH LIST: We
are in need of the following...
Lightweight Folding Tables
Glazing brushes, #8, #9, #10; soft nylon and natural small brushes
Dry erase board markers and cleaner
1/2" colored dot stickers
Disinfectant wipes, cleaners, purell, sponges
Ceramic space heaters
500GB External Drive for PC
Acrylic Paint (all colors)
Fire Safe Deposit Box
Blender for Paper-Making
CALC would like to thank the
A huge thank you to Joan
and Tim Boytim for donating the funds for much needed stools for the Ceramics Department!
Kauffman Gallery of Shippensburg
University and Steve Dolbin for the donation of additional gallery lights.
The Coolidge Family of Carlisle, and George and Janice Waricher for donations of wine
Margery Andrews for donation of a digital camera.
Troegs Brewing Company of Harrisburg for their generous and continued support and
donations for our receptions.
John Broujos for the donation of folding chairs.
Nancy Koenig and Louise Manning for the pencil sharpener.
Charles Lamoureux for a staple gun.
President of Enginuity, LLC - Jim Mooney for a full size copier. We will be using it
heavily and frequently during summer camps!
Kathleen Brenneman for donating 25 plastic trays to be used in the Paint department
Casey Shearer for all the art materials he has donated!
A Note From the Executive
It is an honor to announce
that on September 1, 2008, the Carlisle Art Association will merge with the Carlisle Arts
The Carlisle Art Association (CAA) began
in the 1960s when Erston Barnhart organized a group of artists to display artwork
and to promote the visual arts in Carlisle. The group grew throughout the years and
coordinated many shows, organized the Carlisle Art Walks, taught art and awarded
scholarships to students continuing their education in the arts. Carlisle has been
fortunate to have CAAs passion for the visual arts within its community.
Linda Young, President of CAA,
is confident that CAA will remain in the hearts of many people in the community. To ensure
this, a "Carlisle Art Association Memorial Scholarship Fund" has been set up for
CALC students who would not otherwise be able to afford classes. Anyone interested
in contributing to the tax deductible scholarship fund may do so by making their check
payable to "Carlisle Arts Learning Center" and mailing it to CALC c/o CAA
Memorial Scholarship Fund, 38 W. Pomfret Street, Carlisle, PA 17013.
The merger will bring the arts under one roof in Carlisle
while increasing the "arts energy" in our community. It is an exciting time!
"WORKS IN THE WINDOWS" See a youtube video that was produced by Dickinson College
Policy's class. Downtown is looking more glorious (and artsy)! YouTube link ... And be
sure to come stroll downtown, to see these wonderful works in person. List of works
and artists on the exhibits page.
More information will be added as it comes in... keep checking back!