A Note from Becky~

POOF!!! And just like that summer vacation has come to an end! All year we look forward to summer camps and then they go by so quickly! Hosting over 400 kids here at CALC, on south mountain at Diakon Wilderness Center, CPYB, the Trout Gallery, the Dickinson College campus, the YWCA, and Hope Station is absolutely energizing. It is incredible to watch the kids create but also to see them expressing themselves, learning what they are capable of and building friendships through art. You give this gift to these children. Every donor to CALC is changing the lives of our youth—thank you!

With fall on the horizon, we are excited to continue providing youth and adults alike the opportunity to grow, achieve, and reflect though the arts. It is going to be another full year at CALC with robust class offerings, interesting exhibits, and
increased collaborative projects through The CALC Collaborative, and as always--- fun and very special events! I hope you will share in all of this with us!

Mark your calendars:

  • mARTini Auction, Saturday, November 17

  • Valentine’s Day at Midway Bowling, Thursday, February 14,

  • Empty Bowls, Benefitting Project SHARE, Monday, March 18

  • From the heART celebration, June date to be announced soon!

-Becky


CALC Member News

Ellen Jenkin’s photo, Abandoned America, recently won first prize in photography at Lancaster County Arts Association.


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.


Scholarship Opportunities!

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 249-6973