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On June 20th, the Erie Women's Fund and the United Way of Erie County announced that the beneficiary of the 2018 Women Driving Philanthropy Golf Tournament will be Erie Arts & Culture's Arts in Education program.
Ramone's interest in and aptitude for writing and illustration started in his youth with a love of books. Using the self-publishing service Createspace, he introduced his main character, Germaine Cabbagehead, to readers in 2010. Over a seven year period, he penned four additional Germaine Cabbagehead books: Germaine Cabbagehead Goes Fishing, Germaine Cabbagehead Flamin' Hots, Germaine Cabbagehead Winter's Nightmare, and Germaine Cabbagehead Baby Years.
A painter and sculptor, Borowicz continually tries to expose himself to the works of as many artists as possible. Over the winter, he reintroduced himself to working with landscapes, experimenting with applying techniques and themes in landscape painting that J.M.W. Turner developed, but applying them to the local “landscape”, for a change of pace.
For the third year, Erie Arts & Culture is pleased to make available Artist Fellowships, with up to $6,000 to individual artists living and working in Erie County, PA for unrestricted use. For the 2018 cycle, applications will be accepted from Performing and Language Arts disciplines only. Applications are due July 1, 2018.
The 2018 PA Route 6 Artisan Trail Traveling Exhibit showcases prints and photographs from artists along the historic PA Route 6 highway. Route 6 runs across all of northern Pennsylvania, crossing 11 counties from the Ohio border to the Delaware River in the east.
Step into Art, which is on loan from the Minnesota Children’s Museum, aims to teach children how artists throughout history have used the elements of visual art to tell their stories. The exhibit includes five larger than life scenes that recreate famous paintings from John Singer Sargent, Diego Rivera, Grant Wood, Clementine Hunter, and da Vinci.
The following organizations have received funding through Erie Arts & Culture for the 2017-2018 program year.
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Vendors, artist's market, performances, and art competitions. Find out more about the Arts on the Riverwalk Festival here...
Erie Arts & Culture recently spoke with artist Joy Bulkley, the woman behind the murals at the Erie Zoo. Keep reading to see what she's up to now.


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