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September 29, 1 to 5pm at the Martinsburg Library

Everyone:

MEET the Berkeley Arts Council IN PERSON in the Martinsburg room at the main library. Come and tell us how we’re doing and share your thoughts and ideas.

ENJOY light refreshments and ask a question about the Berkeley Arts Council and get an answer in real time without having to use a keyboard or mouse.

DUES DEAL! Become a member or renew IN PERSON and get a $5 discount off regular membership dues. Membership good through 2013.

SING! Find out about the “Singing Social Network,” a new community chorus being formed in Berkeley County.

FUNDING – Learn about our new “Amplify the Arts” grant program. A second cycle of applications and awards will be announced shortly. We’ll demystify the application process for you.

WIN! Get your raffle tickets for the opportunity to own a limited edition print by nationally known watercolorist Tom Lynch of his “Monet’s Door.”

Tickets are $1 each or 6 for $5. Tickets will be on sale until December 15 and the drawing will be held during the Holiday Market.

Artists:

LEARN how to be part of this year’s Holiday Arts and Crafts Market and show and sell your work.

FIND OUT how you can become a Teaching Artist—for pay—supporting Arts in Education in Berkeley County schools.

TELL US about you and your art—visual, performing, musical or written. We can help you—and you can help us do more with art. We call that “Amplifying the Arts.”

MEET your fellow artists IN PERSON and get to know them better.

Grant Deadline Approaching – “Amplify the Arts”

The deadline for submissions for the “Amplify the Arts” grant program September 17 to be postmarked.

The Berkeley Arts Council has received a state grant to help fund an “Amplify the Arts” program to support smaller arts projects produced by organizations or individuals. Applicants must be residents of, or operate from facilities within, Berkeley County, West Virginia. The funds will be matched by contributions from community sponsors and others supporting the grant recipients.

The Council is accepting applications for the current (2012-2013) fiscal year with an application deadline of September 17, 2012. Projects must be completed by June 30, 2013.

Projects are being sought that will:

  • expand availability and accessibility of the arts within our community;
  • involve young people in the arts;
  • provide arts experiences to new or underserved audiences;
  • use the arts in an innovative way to enhance community life;
  • show collaboration among two or more organizations and/or individuals.

Grants will be up to $500, or half of the total project budget, whichever is less.

More information and application forms are available on the Berkeley Arts Council Website or email berkeleyartswv@gmail.com / 304-262- 1611.