Berkeley Art Works Ribbon Cutting

The Berkeley Art Works is now officially open after the ribbon cutting last night. With the ribbon cutting and reception, the Berkeley Arts Council was also celebrating its 4th anniversary of incorporation on August 14, 2009.

Berkeley Arts Council president Malinda Shaver prepares to cut the ribbon to declare the Berkeley Art Works officially open. Helping out were (L to R) Board Members Anna Howard, Stephanie Godley, Mayor George Karos, Board Member Jeff Poland, and Main Street Martinsburg Director Randy Lewis
Berkeley Arts Council president Malinda Shaver prepares to cut the ribbon to declare the Berkeley Art Works officially open. Helping out were (L to R) Board Members Anna Howard, Stephanie Godley, Malinda, Mayor George Karos, Board Member Jeff Poland, and Main Street Martinsburg Director Randy Lewis
BAC Board Member Stephanie Godley and president Malinda Shaver chat with Mayor George Karos after the ribbon was cut.
BAC Board Member Stephanie Godley and president Malinda Shaver chat with Mayor George Karos after the ribbon was cut.
Malinda cuts the cake celebrating the Berkeley Arts Council's 4th anniversary.
Malinda cuts the cake celebrating the Berkeley Arts Council’s 4th anniversary.

2 thoughts on “Berkeley Art Works Ribbon Cutting

  1. Malinda, I am continually impressed and, actually, amazed at where you have taken the Berkeley Arts Council. Your love and dedication is impressive and it all shows in your smile the dedication. Best wishes for continued successes.

    • This accomplishment came about through the dedication of a number of people, and especially I have to mention Rip Smith, who has been a driving force behind the promotional effort that’s required. We have a hard-working board of directors, and the response of the local arts community is gratifying. That–and encouragement like yours–refuels our energies as we move forward. We hope you’ll visit soon!

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