Who’s out there?
I was down in the Center for the Arts Gallery the other day when a fellow came in and said, I didnt even know you were here! I said Really? How long have you lived in Glenwood?Six years,Oh my gosh, here let me show you around.This man made me think of how many other people out there have never been here. Where are you? This is such a cool place, and there is always so much that goes on here. We are a too-busy, too-tired society. I even feel it in myself sometimes. So here is a cordial invitation to all of you out there: Please come and see the Center for the Arts. Check out the progress on the renovation project. Check out the art in the gallery. Check out the pottery, stone and art studios. Check out our class schedules for dance, pottery, silversmithing, fine art, stone sculpting, voice, piano, guitar, drama. We have it all dont miss out.And another important point: We believe arts are for everyone we believe in accessibility. Come as you are. Learn something newVolunteersEvery nonprofit organization depends on volunteers to help out with operations and activities. I am so grateful to the volunteers who help us. I want to acknowledge Aluna Chen. She has done so much for the Arts Center from being our No. 1 bartender at events to putting up posters to helping us get out the endless mailings we send. She is always willing, with a smile on her face no matter what the task. Thank you, Aluna! We love you!GiftsFor our Christmas shoppers Avoid the crowds! Our gallery is filled with gifts for you to choose from now until Dec. 22. Find a one-of-a-kind gift for someone special from this wide array of artisans and craftspeople. There will be something for everyone here this year. All member and student exhibitThe Glenwood Springs Arts Council cordially invites you to participate in the GSAC All Member & Student Show nonjuried exhibit Jan. 7 through Feb. 13.This annual event showcases the talents of Glenwood Springs Center for the Arts students and member artists. The exhibit committee is always excited to install this popular exhibit. The deadline to participate is Dec. 17.Gayle Mortell is the director of the Glenwood Center for the Arts. Call the Center for applications, tickets or information at 945-2414.
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Policy that dictates what for-profit activities should be officially sanctioned within Glenwood Springs parks is being reviewed by city staff and will likely come before the city council for final approval later this summer.