The Franklin Art Association will meet on Wednesday, Feb.3, from 6:30 pm to 9:00 pm at the Franklin Senior Center, 10 Daniel McCahill Street.
Refreshments and socialization will begin at 6:30.
The program will feature a demo, from guest artist Elizabeth Ricketson. Elizabeth will do a colorful abstract.
Meetings are free and opened to the public.
For more information please visit our web site at www.franklinart.org or www.facebook.com/FranklinArtAssoc
From the FAA Newsletter:
Lots going on as we move into our pre-spring activities! I like just saying the word “spring”, even if it is a ways off!
As you know there are 4 positions open on the Board next year. Paul Guarino and Peg Munson made a very informative presentation recently to FAA members who have shown some interest in learning more about how our organization is run. Their presentation is attached to this newsletter. We are hopeful that some of you will consider taking on a more active role within the FAA by agreeing to become an officer. Please give this serious thought, and if you are interested, let either Paul or Peg know.
The FAA spring show will be at the Black Box again this year on April 30 - May 1st. Rebecca Skinner will chair the show! There will be sign up sheets available at the next meeting so that you can pick what you would like to volunteer for. It’s sure to be a fabulous event at an exciting venue.
The Franklin Cultural Festival committee has started to meet to prepare for the 2nd annual Franklin Cultural Festival to be held on July 27th through July 30th. Last year the members of the art association made bowls for the Food Pantry fund raiser, painted a mural for an interactive painting event on the Common, helped kids make costumes from newspaper, facilitated watercolor painting, and exhibited paintings and photographs throughout the downtown area. So, the question is, what do we want to do this year? At a minimum, we should exhibit our beautiful artwork! Please let me know if you would like to be on the FAA committee that decides what our involvement will be this year!
Continue reading the Newsletter hereSue Sheridan
If you are interested in getting involved with the Art Association, they are looking for board members. The file shown outlines the duties of the board positions
For additional info, visit Franklin Art Association on the web http://www.franklinart.org/