Gallery Hours: Wednesday - Sunday from 1 to 5 PM
The Winter Schedule begins the second week in January. We look forward to seeing you!
Handbuilt Plates & Platters
Earthworks: Tim See Workshop
Animals, "Pie", and Tricks of the Trade
Drawing from Observation
Cast Paper Sculpture
Open Studio for Paper Cutters
The Art of Assemblage
Wine And Paint Night (BYOB)
Encaustic Open Studio
Painting Portraits in Four Colors
Alla Prima Methods for Oil Painters
Painting in Layers
Oil Painting: Learning the Basics
Winter Awakening: Floral Abundance
The Basics of Watercolor
Monday Morning Paint Club
Source Material: Painting from your Own Photographs
Realism into Abstraction
Focusing on Fundamentals
Workshop: Low Light Photography
Solar Plate Etching
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IN THE GALLERY
The right candidate must be a dynamic steward of our organization with previous nonprofit experience in financial management, grant management, and programming educational schedules. The ideal candidate would be proficient in Quick Books, Adobe Indesign and Microsoft Office. This position reports to a Board of Directors and requires strong management, organizational skills and enthusiasm working with volunteers and the SCAA community.
For consideration please submit your resume and three refences to firstname.lastname@example.org
The full job description can be found here:
Please consider a donation.
This year we completed a preservation assessment for our buildings and discovered that we have much work to do. We need to perform $150,000 in just repairs and maintenance over the next few years to keep our buildings viable for the long term, and we are actively seeking grants and donations to help. Your donations will help us to match these grant funds and make sure that the work on our buildings is more preservation than restoration, which can become even more costly.
We are a 501c3 nonprofit and all donations are tax-deductible.
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