The Community Art Project
Originally Posted: December 07, 2011
East Hampton - The purpose of the Community Art Project is to bring talented local artists and art lovers together and offer the community a cultural center.
The Community Art Project will be based at The Springs Community Church and will provide its facilities to every artist and person no matter their religious affiliation. The church ante building has a stage, small film screen, kitchen, dance floor, and ample space for classes, shows, lectures, and demonstrations, variety shows and art history classes. All programs will be offered to the public at a minimal cost. There will be no fees to the artists for shows. The potential is limitless and will develop as time goes on.
The project is not an organization and there will be no membership requirements, no dues or commitment.
The project is needed to bring the arts and artist into greater focus and relevance to the community. If you wish to be involved or to offer help contact Cynthia Loewen at firstname.lastname@example.org or 631-324-7221.
Updated: December 7, 2011, 12:28 pm
Appeared In: the arts >> art news