News & Notes
New Mural Graces AT&T Building in Downtown Stuart
The newest mural in downtown Stuart is located on the east wall of the AT&T building on Akron Avenue. The 250-foot work of art has a river to intercoastal to ocean theme and depicts the fish that were thriving in our river more than 60 years ago. The title of the mural is Catch the Wave of Hope. Lynne Barletta is the designer and lead artist.
The 30-minute film is about the life and career of a woman whose work guides millions: Jane Davis Doggett
The Blake Library | 2 pm, Sunday, March 25, 2018
If you’ve found your way from airport entrance to your gate with ease at a major airport in the past sixty years, you can thank Jane Davis Doggett, 88.
Surviving As A Working Artist. A Checklist of What You Must Understand
Singer/Songwriter Workshop with Walter Parks
Presented by The Arts Council of Martin County and The Lyric Theatre
Saturday, Apr 14, 2018 at 1:00 pm
Tickets are $20 Student or $40 Adult and include a ticket to the Walter Park’s performance.
Arts education for learners of all ages is a core element of the Arts Council’s mission. This year we are piloting a few new outreach efforts in the music, dramatic and literary arts. These programs are related to efforts we have underway that support and nourish visual artists.
Volunteering is the ultimate exercise in democracy. You vote in elections once a year, but when you volunteer, you vote every day about the kind of community you want to live in. ~ Author Unknown
Looking forward to saying thank you in person tonight to the many people who helped during ArtsFest and throughout the rest of our year. Join us from 5-7 PM at Stuart Art Supply.