October 2, 2020 First Friday Art Walk
The leaves are changing and there's a chill in the air. Fall is here and October's First Friday Art Walk is this Friday.
LVCA's Gallery 770 features artist and musician, Seamus Carmichael. Seamus will be displaying his art work, including digital painting and drawing. Seamus will also share a musical performance.
Check out our Facebook page for the First Friday Art Walk map
New for this year is Downtown Lebanon's Scarecrow contest. Plan a trip downtown to check out LVCA's scarecrow, Artemis, and all the other fun and imaginative scarecrow displays.
- Annual Meeting: LVCA will be holding the annual members meeting on October 18, 2020 at 2 pm at Lebanon Valley Council on the Arts, Gallery 770. All members are invited to hear about LVCA's status and activities. A virtual attendance option is available. If you prefer to attend virtually, please email email@example.com to receive a zoom link for this meeting.
- LVCA is the recipient of a Kiwanis grant to promote arts in the community. Thank you to the Kiwanis club for your continued support!
- LVCA will be hosting an online auction of the fish designs from the Fish Out of Water exhibit. The fish may be viewed at Gallery 770 starting in November and bidding will be online.
- The Annual Members Show is scheduled for the month of December 2020. All members are invited to display their art work.
Local digital news outlet, LebTown, recently posted "The Evolution of the Lebanon Valley Council on the Arts," written by Rochelle Shenk. This engaging article introduces LVCA and all the great things the art council brings to the Lebanon Valley Area.
Celebrate the season with the upcoming, "There's Snow Place Like Lebanon" wintertime outdoor art display. If you enjoyed the Fish Out of Water exhibit, you'll love this snowman themed event. LVCA will be providing wood snowman cutouts for a $15 donation. Also, local businesses are encouraged to sponsor an artist for the exhibit. Designing your snowman is a chance to get cozy...and creative!
Covid 19 Response
LVCA is taking appropriate safety measures to ensure the health and safety of visitors to our building. Face masks and social distancing is expected. LVCA will limit the number of guests, as needed. Many of our group activities are on hold, but we look forward to planning community focused events in the future.
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