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October 14 is the last day of the Impressions in Red: International Fiber Art Exhibition at the Old Stone House. Hope to see you there!
Thank you to everyone who attended our Impressions In Red: International Fiber Art Exhibition at the Old Stone House on October 1 and October 7.
We received some great feedback about the show, which is part of the October National Arts & Humanities Month.
If you haven't seen the exhibition yet, there's still one more showing on October 14 from 1-4PM. It's free to attend, with a $2 suggested donation to the Old Stone House.
Don't forget to check out all of our other October events here.
This Sunday, October 1 from 1-4 is our opening reception of Impressions in Red: International Fiber Art Exhibition at the Old Stone House. Hope to see you there!
October is National Arts and Humanities Month (NAHM) – a coast-to-coast collective recognition of the importance of culture in America. NAHM was launched by Americans for the Arts 30 years ago as National Arts Week in honor of the twentieth anniversary of the National Endowment for the Arts. In 1993, it was reestablished by Americans for the Arts and national arts partners as a month-long celebration, with goals of:
FOCUSING on the arts at local, state, and national levels;
ENCOURAGING individuals and organizations to participate in the arts;
ALLOWING governments and businesses to show their support of the arts; and
RAISING public awareness about the role the arts and humanities play in our communities and lives.
We have a TON of exciting events planned this October to celebrate National Arts & Humanities month. Check out what's happening on campus and in our community!
Coming next month!
The art show on Oct. 30 marked the last of our National Arts and Humanities events for the month of October. The show featured nine Slippery Rock University art majors at the Bottlebrush Gallery in Harmony.
Students taking part in the show included: Nicolette Wakefield of Pittsburgh; Travis Sallak of Dubois; Jamie Mulac of Indiana; Kayley Thomas of Butler; Kaci Flora of Slippery Rock; Autumn Hyde of Pittsburgh; Josh Ebel of Pittsburgh; and Megan Hulings of Erie.
The event featured 20 original pieces comprised of acrylic landscapes, aerosol paintings, abstract photography, figurative drawings, linocuts, and monotypes.
In conjunction with the Stone House Center for Public Humanities, the exhibit was also organized by the Martha Gault Art Society, the SRU Art Society, and the Bottlebrush Gallery.
Want to hold a community event in collaboration with the Center for Public Humanities? Let us know!