How can you Make A Difference in your community? Volunteer at the Berea Arts Council! Our non-profit organization is dependent on our volunteers for keeping our doors open! We can’t do it without you. What can you do?
We have several monthly recurring events that need volunteers:
Another incredible Community Art & Young at Art Exhibit is in the books. The Exhibit showcased 91 artists- almost half were school children. You can also see pictures in our gallery.
The Community Art & Young at Art Exhibit was sponsored by Blevins Law, Steven Connelly, Attorney at Law, Sammy K. Lee, CPA, and Marty Wayland. Thank you for your support of the arts!
A huge ‘thank you’ to Bob Bagley for taking all the photographs you see in the Community Art & Young at Art gallery! See Bob’s work at his website www.bagendstudio.com
Jeannette Jones is the founder of Stamp to Cope, Inc. Stamp to Cope is a non-profit company sharing the art of stamping as a coping option by providing starter stamping sets and technique workshops to survivors of breast cancer and support partners in the Central Kentucky Appalachian area.
She held a class here in March of 2013!
Sen. Jared Carpenter and Rep. Rita Smart presented the Berea Arts Council’s Executive Director Gwen Childs with a check for $5,118 for a Kentucky Arts Partnership (KAP) grant awarded by the arts council in July 2012. The funding awarded to Berea Arts Council is part of $1.7 million the arts council awarded to 104 nonprofit arts organizations across the state for the 2013 fiscal year.