Carroll County Arts strives to exhibit, educate and inspire creativity, imagination, and an appreciation for the arts. We have been a part of the community since 1993 with hundreds of people supporting the arts by volunteering and becoming members. This support has made it possible for Carroll County Arts to present many wonderful exhibits and to build a collection of art by local artists into an extensive visual art gallery and gift shop. Carroll County Arts also provides an outlet for the creative spirit of our community through classes and workshops and concerts. Just as important as the exhibits and art classes is the impact our non-profit organization makes on the community through its education and outreach programs. Whether you are interested in taking a class, shopping the gallery, attending a concert or sharing YOUR
There is still time to get registered for the East Coast Swing dance class set for Thursday, January 30th at 6:30 PM. The fee is $6 per person, $12 for a couple payable that evening. This is the January Art for Everyone event.
You don't have to have a partner to participate--so don't let that hold you back. The class/workshop will be held in the second floor Gallery at the Arts Center, 204 West Main Street, Carrollton. Class size will be limited to 10 or 12 participants. Call 330-627-3739 to register.
The Knitting Class will not be held on the second Thursday of February but will resume on March 13th with an Advanced Beginner class at 6:30 PM. They will be "Knitting in the Round". There seems to an interest in an Absolute Beginner Class, so at 4:00 PM on the 13th, this will become a reality--if those that expressed an interest will register for the class. You will need size 8 or 9 knitting needles and a ball of cotton yarn. Wooden needles are preferred for beginners but not required. The fee of $5 for each class may be paid at the class meeting.
Call 330-627-3739 to register. Hours at the Center are >10:30 AM to 4:00 PM on Monday, Tuesday and Friday; 1:00 PM to 6:00 PM on Thursday, 11:00 AM to 2:00 PM on Saturday; closed Wednesday and Sunday.
The 2014 Student Art Show will run from April 7 through May 19th at the Carroll County Arts Center. The theme this year is "A Portrait of Myself" with the challenge for Carroll County K-12 students to interpret and express what their self portrait means to them---who they are. Students may be able to compete within their grade level and will be eligible for prize money and ribbons at the discretion of the judges.
Each student, public, private, home-schooled, may submit one original piece of artwork that was completed during the current school year. Copy work or trade mark visuals such as Disney or other characters will not be accepted. Please enter only original work. Parent or guardian approval must be on the Student Registration form or the work will not be accepted.
There is no entry fee and the artwork must remain for the duration of the show till May 19th.
The detailed guidelines and student registration form are available at the Carroll County Arts Center, on downloaded from the website, and from the art teachers in Carrollton, Malvern and Minerva.
“RIG IT UP”
A Community Art Show
Call for Entries
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The January Art for Everyone will be changed for this month to the 5th Thursday which is January 30th. Coral Abel of the Dance Abel Ballroom Studio will be teaching a swing dance class, the East Coast Swing. The class will begin at 6:30 PM at the Carroll County Arts Center, 204 West Main Street, Carrollton. The fee for the class will be $6 per person and participants don't need to have a partner. The class will be held in the second floor gallery so there will
The Knitting Class taught by Sue Dally will resume on Thursday, January 9th at 6:30 PM. This particular class will learn to knit a keyhole scarf using the knit and purl techniques. It is not for a beginning knitter. The class fee is $5 and can be paid to the instructor on January 9th.
The Kidz Klass will resume on Saturday, January 18th at 10:00 AM. The class project will be Rainbow Snowflakes utilizing paper sculpture techniques. The class fee of $5 may be paid the morning of the class. Registration is requested so that there is enough material for the participants and room for them to participate. Most of the projects are geared for 3rd or 4th grade through middle school although younger children can be accommodated as long as there is an adult to assist them.
We are having our Community Art Show for the “RIG IT UP” again this year for the Oil Baron’s Ball.
All mediums or 2 dimensional work will be accepted (exclude photography, computer generated art, and 3 dimensional art) and must be framed and wired for hanging not to exceed 48” framed. Saw tooth hangers will not be accepted. Each work must be labeled on back upper right corner to include artist’s name, medium, telephone number, and price. Items that are not for sale should be marked “NFS”, but a value must be indicated. Limit three entries per artist. Artwork will be screened for acceptance into the show. The Artist’s work reflects their own interpretation of Carroll County “RIG IT UP”. The art work has not been entered in the previous show. The artists will be contacted for pickup if work is not accepted. We will give details soon where and when to drop off art work.
There are no separate categories for oil, watercolor, etc. Each work will be judged against the other. Awards will be given for 1st ($100.00), 2nd, ($75.00), 3rd ($50.00), and People’s Choice ($100.00). Placements from Judging and “People’s Choice” will be announced April 12th at the “Oil Baron’s Ball” at Atwood Lodge. Winners will be notified by phone or mail.
Subject: Oil and Gas Industry as depicted in Carroll County.
Show is open to all adult artists.
Entry fees: CCCAA Member, $5.00 for each entry - limit three
Non members, $10.00 for each - limit three
Make checks payable to CCCAA.