"The Flag Is Still There"
by Luke Buck, 2019
One Year After - Picking up the Pieces
The anniversary of Hurricane Michael is fast approaching. Our show, "One Year After--Picking up the Pieces" highlights the directions that art may have taken after the storm. We have pieces by local artists and area students. The Blue Tarp Project, the "Wave Wall" and an incredible video titled "From Tears to Triumph" that will premier during our opening reception on Friday, October 11th from 6 - 8 pm (ET).
Opening Reception: Friday, Oct. 11th from 6-8pm
November 22 - December 14
The excitement and wonder of Christmas and the holiday season will be here before we know it. In the spirit of this magical time, the first annual Forgotten Coast Festival of Trees is being sponsored by The Joe Center for the Arts and the Forgotten Coast Cultural Coalition. The gallery will be transformed into a winter wonderland filled with beautifully decorated trees, wreaths and displays of holiday collections.
Marketing Opportunity: This celebration will provide an extraordinary marketing opportunity for businesses and an educational opportunity for nonprofit organizations that choose to create displays. Others may choose to donate items or services to the silent auction. Doing both a display and donating an auction item is also a wonderful option. To offset event costs, we also ask our very generous local corporations and businesses to contribute sponsor dollars to help make this a free holiday event for everyone along the Forgotten Coast to enjoy.
REGISTRATION DEADLINE FOR THIS EVENT IS NOV. 1ST
Display/Silent Auction registrations will be accepted until November 1st OR until the available spaces are filled. Those applying after the space is filled will be contacted and fees will be returned.
If you and/or your organization would like to participate at any level, All the information you need can be found on the links below:
Contact Us: If you have any questions or need additional information, contact us at email@example.com
We hope you will join us in presenting this wonderful celebration that will become a holiday tradition all along the Forgotten Coast and beyond. This event is a major fundraiser for The Joe Center for the Arts to promote our mission to educate, exhibit, partner and inspire through the arts.
What IS THE JOE CENTER FOR THE ARTS?
THE JOE Center for the Arts is a membership-driven non-profit 501(c)(3) organization.
Proceeds from fund raising events, such as donations, grants, sponsorships, sales of original art or arts related products, books and merchandise, instructional fees and/or ticket sales to arts or cultural events will be used to rent/buy, maintain and staff the facility, produce and maintain exhibits, provide programs and subsidize children’s arts instruction.
All events must support The Joe’s mission to educate, exhibit, partner and inspire through the Arts.
HOW CAN I HELP?
THE JOE Center for the Arts building was flooded and wind-damaged by Hurricane Michael. We need your help!
1. DONATE - click on the DONATE page link above.CLICK HERE
2. BECOME A MEMBER AND VOLUNTEER! Click on the JOIN US page link above or CLICK HERE. When you're filling out your membership information, please agree to Volunteer! We need your time too!
2019 Fins and Feathers Opening
2019 Fins and Feathers Family Art Classes and fun with Gyotaku, Swimming in Watercolor, and Stained Glass Fish!