Friday, July 10, 2015

Friends of the Cardinal Center Offers Free Summer Arts Opportunity

The Friends of the Cardinal Center with the assistance of a Darke County Endowment for the Arts grant are pleased to present a new opportunity for Darke County students this summer. The first Cardinal Center Arts Week will be held August 10-14 from 9-11AM. Arts Week is FREE and eligible to Darke County students entering grades 5-7 in fall of 2015. Arts Week is being taught by Julie Brewer (South Middle School art instructor).

The theme for the week is Outdoor Inspirations. Students will investigate the natural world around them to generate ideas for three projects centering around the ideas of creature, habitat, and landscape. During the sessions, students will have the opportunity to explore contemporary and historical artworks through questions and discussions. Students will be challenged to take their artistic abilities to the next level through their use of color, shape, line, texture, contrast, depth and composition. They will also have a chance to share about their artwork at a final exhibition, open to friends and family at the conclusion of the week’s sessions.

Interested students should register as soon as possible as the class size is limited to the first 30 registrations and is already more than half full. Registration forms can be found on the Cardinal Center page of the Gettysburg Village website ( or picked up from the Greenville Public Library or Worch Memorial Library in Versailles. For questions, please contact Julie Brewer via

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