Blog - 11-2020 Archive

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Make a Contribution to the United Arts Fund on Giving Tuesday, with Special Offers for First Time Donors

Monday Nov 30th, 2020

If you're a first time donor and you make a contribution of $25 or more to the United Arts Fund on Giving Tuesday (Dec. 1), you will receive a special thank you for your contribution. You will be rewarded with five raffle tickets, which can be used to win prize packages, with values ranging from $100-$500. You will be rewarded with another raffle ticket for every additional $5 you give.


This Holiday Season, Give the Gift of Art: Artist Sunday Virtual Sale!

Saturday Nov 28th, 2020

Give the gift of art this holiday season. Support the artists of your region on Artists Sunday through our virtual art sale on Sunday, November 29 - also known as Artist Sunday.

Browse and buy art from over 35 artists here!

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Support the Arts this Small Business Saturday

Saturday Nov 28th, 2020

Shopping and supporting small businesses is especially important this holiday season. We've added a list of local creative small businesses for your convenience.

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You're Invited! | UK Supermarket Mural Dedication Ceremony

Wednesday Nov 18th, 2020

Please join us on Saturday, November 21 at 11 AM to celebrate the creation of a new mural at the UK Supermarket created by Ali Alnashmi.

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Support Artist Sunday! | Give the gift of art on Nov 29

Tuesday Nov 17th, 2020

Give the gift of art this holiday season. Shop with your favorite local artists on Artists Sunday, the Sunday after Thanksgiving (Nov 29).

If you're an artist, please fill out the form attached for a chance to be promoted on EAC's digital channels on Artists Sunday.

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Welcoming Brittany Watkins as the next Visiting Artist in Residence

Tuesday Nov 17th, 2020

Erie Arts & Culture will welcome Brittany Watkins as our next visiting artist in residence. Brittany will work in Erie from November 30 until December 20.

In early 2020, Erie Arts & Culture launched a visiting artist residency program in collaboration with Long Road Projects. Through this program, Erie Arts & Culture and Long Road Projects provide contemporary artists with dedicated time and space to reflect, research, and create new bodies of work – outside of their usual environments. This program also creates opportunities for new perspectives and creative processes to be shared, which in turn positively impacts the cultural and creative landscape in Northwestern Pennsylvania.

This visiting artist residency program is made possible through the generous support of a privately funded grant from The Erie Community Foundation.


Online Resource: Reflections in the Looking Glass: Engaging Community in Public Art

Friday Nov 13th, 2020

View the recording of our PRO Network presentation with Tom Ferraro.

In this workshop, artist Tom Ferraro discusses the development and techniques used by the Looking Glass Art Project, a program designed to engage community stakeholders in the creation of public art. Since 2012, Tom and co-founder or the Looking Glass Art Project, Ed Grout, have led over 20 community-driven public art projects throughout Northwest Pennsylvania. This workshop will provide a snapshot of how the Looking Glass Art Project has adapted their process, originally designed to engage seniors, to include diverse groups of community participants. Topics include lessons in Lifelong Learning, finding community partners, identifying big ideas, adapting to various community groups, working to the strength of your participants, the role of the professional artist in the production of public art. Tom compares and contrasts their processes using examples from a variety of past and current projects.


Local student Rebecca Bilski illustrates children's book about COVID-19

Monday Nov 9th, 2020

Many of our local students are hard at work using their talents to make the world a better place during this unprecedented year.

Edinboro University Studio Art major, Rebecca Bilski, is one such studeein character of the book, Dr. Newton NoCovid, shares tips about how schools can successfully respond to "The New Normal" during the 2020 pandemic. 

The book is available online at BAM, Barnes & Noble, Bookshop, Amazon, and Powell's.

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