The third anniversary of the May 2011 tornado has come and gone and I am encouraged to reflect on the evolution of the arts within our community since that event…including the creation of 20+ pieces of public art! Post-tornado artwork continues to aid in the healing process…enlivening our sense of community and making us stronger.
SGTJ to receive $75,000, KDS raises $4,445, MRB presents The Slumber Series, Raise Your 38! with Art Feeds, “Dear World: From Joplin With Love” available at Spiva Center for the Arts, New Mural in Northpark Mall by JHS students, and tickets on sale now for JLT’s next performance.
Whimsical woodcarvings and paintings that take a humorous look at every day events and poke fun at our human foibles will fill the Main Gallery of George A. Spiva Center for the Arts when the exhibit Kathy Ruth Neal: Wood at Play opens Saturday, May 17.
May 2014 Third Thursday Art Walk in Downtown Joplin, The Joplin Globe Arts Column gives the low-down on JRAC, Call for Artwork! for Art, Autism & Remembrance Music Festival/Silent Art Auction, Books for Haiti a success! – THIS WEEK: THIRD THURSDAY ART WALK! Here at last, here at last! May’s Third Thursday is here at […]
While regularly scheduled art classes will continue, summer arts camps and special classes are right around the corner! Pre-registration advised…these fill up fast! Like what you see? Click on the organization’s name for FULL details! ART FEEDS Spend Second Saturdays getting creative with Art Feeds! These K-5 grade workshops are open to the community and will be […]