What's Happening ART SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION DEADLINE EXTENDED: MARCH 31, 2PM
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5 K RACE FOR THE ARTS!
The Worcester County Arts Council is excited to announce the inaugural 5K Race/Walk for the Arts to be held on Saturday, May 16 in our historic, downtown Berlin.
CALL FOR ARTISTS
THEME: THE ART OF STEWARDSHIP

The Worcester County Arts Council invites all interested artists to participate in a juried art show to be exhibited during the month of April at the WCAC Gallery.
Detailed entry submission guidelines are available here: CALL FOR ENTRIES.pdf
Community Arts Development Grants Deadline: April 15th.
The Worcester County Arts Council’s Community Arts Development Grants program is designed to assist local community based groups produce and present arts activities in Worcester County and is funded and supported by the Maryland State Arts Council.


SUMMER ARTS CAMP IS A KEY TO SUMMER FUN!
MARK YOUR CALENDAR FOR SUMMER CAMP 2015: JUNE 22 - JUNE 26, 9 AM - 2:30 PM.
LOCATION: MOST BLESSED SACRAMENT SCHOOL IN BERLIN
CAMP REGISTRATION WILL BEGIN IN MID APRIL.

INSTRUCTORS INTERESTED IN TEACHING OPPORTUNITIES: PLEASE SUBMIT ARTS CAMP WORKSHOP PROPOSAL NO LATER THAN FEBRUARY 28TH.
BASKET OF ART SCHOLARSHIP FUNDRAISER A SUCCESS!
Thank you to all the artists and patrons who donated original pieces of artwork to our Basket of Art scholarship fundraiser and everyone who purchased the raffle tickets benefiting this valuable program for deserving local students.

WELCOME NEW MEMBERS

Community Arts Development (CAD) Grants
The Worcester County Arts Council’s Community Arts Development Grants program is designed to assist local community based groups produce and present arts activities in Worcester County and is funded and supported by the Maryland State Arts Council.


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WCAC Berlin Gallery
6 Jefferson Street
Berlin, MD. 21811
Phone: 410-641-0809

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    Donated by Mitzi scarf will be auctioned off in May to benefit various programs of the Arts Council.

    Mitzi Ash
    Work Description:
    Mitzi experiments with different styles and designs that develop into beautiful scarves,
    pillows, wall hangings, framed art, and cards.
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    Susan Kerin
    Work Description:
    Susan produces exclusive knitted and crocheted afghan designs which include features of her developed pattern interpretation method (the PCM©). This process enables all levels of knit and crochet enthusiasts to better comprehend and follow written patterns and instructions.

    Susan's personal needlework library has over 3,000 books and publications. She studies the art of knit and crochet including history, color, texture, simple and complex patterns, design process elements, tool use and diversity, fashion, textiles and related fields.

    Susan developed a special interest in needlework of period 1850-1950. She does researches for design process as well as for development and preparation of class content. Susan has also a separate collection of personally selected needlework books for sale. She created a new knitting tool; in beginning stages of patent, manufacture, marketing.

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