The Freeman Neosho Hospital is looking for a new art piece to be featured in the entrance to their facility. The theme of the piece should focus on the history of the hospital, its past and present physicians, and the hospital’s role in the community.
Phoenix Fired Art has a lot going on right now! Session 3 Classes begin soon, as well as specialty classes in fiber (see left) and other special mediums. Fiber art classes begin this week for adults…
Fiber Arts – Knitting I and II with Stephanie Meek
ADULTS: Tuesdays, June 5th & 12th from 6:30–8:30pm Project: 2×10 inch Dish Cloths Skills: Casting On, Knit & Purl Stitches & Binding Off Supplies: #7 Bamboo Needles; 2 Skeins 100%cotton yarn – Lily Sugar’n Cream brand
TEENS (Ages 12+): Mondays, June 9th & 16th from 6–8pm Project: 3 Strand Scarf Skills: Casting On, Knit Stitch & Binding Off Supplies: #7 Bamboo Needles; 3 Skeins 100%cotton yarn – Lily Sugar’n Cream brand
Class Size Limited to 6 | Tuition: Non-Member: $65; Phoenix Member: $50
The installation of their sculptural relief mural will be from June 13–15. All are invited to come watch and celebrate. Click here for the entry/description/location of this new mural in the Joplin Public Art Directory. We will have all of the juicy details in a specialty blog post soon…until then, be sure to check their Facebook page for what’s-what!
Art Feeds is creating indoor murals like mad around Joplin! They just finished and dedicated a mural inside Irving Elementary School and the Missouri Baptist Children’s Home. These beautiful indoor additions were created by collaboration with and inspiration from the children they work with on a daily basis. Learn more about each mural/see more pics on the Art Feeds Joplin blog! We can’t wait to include all of these masterpieces on our website soon!
For the 3rd anniversary of the May 2011 tornado, the Post Memorial Art Reference Library’s Director, Leslie Simpson, created a 15-minute historic overview of the areas destroyed titled, After the Storm: Joplin’s Lost Heritage.
Leslie presented this program daily at noon during the week of May 19th and was besieged by requests from others interested but unable to be present. With C2C’s assistance, this important presentation is now available to all on YouTube.
C2C is happy to have played a small part in making this presentation more accessible. Leslie, thank you for this gift to our community. Watch and remember!