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Little Light Concert

Little Light will hopefully become an annual Christmas tradition in Grove City. Strong local talent joins forces to celebrate the season in song– with originality and collaboration… Christmas never sounded so good. We’re excited to also show you the space that was once the ArtWorks! It is now Broad Street Yoga and ArtWorks is still alive and well. We’ll be doing events throughout the downtown instead of one location! Tickets: $10. Proceeds go to the Grove City ArtWorks. http://littlelight.brownpapertickets.com

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Saturday, June 18!

Join us Saturday, June 18 at 7 for our new photography exhibit.

Blackwood is the private residence of our friends, Ben Robertson and Don Fink, and home to the Blackwood Theater Organ Society and Blackwood Photographics. They open their home to visitors several times a year for concerts on their Mighty Wurlitzer 3/20 Theater Pipe Organ. The organ has about 1500 pipes. This wonderful organ attracts world renowned organists to perform right here in the wilds of Butler County, Pennsylvania.  Images of the landscape, scenery, and ground of the beautiful Blackwood Estate, located in Harrisville, PA, will be provided by local photographers Audrey Pollock, David Diffenderfer, Ben Robertson, and Ann Souzer.

 

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First Friday!

Join us Friday, June 3 at 7pm for our newest exhibition, “Something They Love”, a collection of artwork from local artists Andrew Hazleton, Dominic Lynn, Victor Silva, Tonilynn Cappobianco and more!

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Art Camp!

 July 11-15, 2016

CLASSES    TEACHERS   REGISTER HERE   SCHOLARSHIPS

Questions? Email grovecityartcamp@gmail.com

Deadline June 25
Early Discount Deadline June 11

Any registrations received after deadline will be accepted on a case by case basis.  
Classes are filled as registrations are received.  

Location: Grove City Christian Academy
301 N. Madison Ave
Grove City, PA

Morning Session: 8:30 AM-12:00 PM
Afternoon Session: 1:00 PM-4:30 PM (until 4:00 PM on Friday)

Showcase: July 15 at 7:00 PM

Tuition:

  •  $100 for one session, $180 full day – two sessions (Register by June 11)
  •  $110 for half day, $190 full day  (Register June 12-25)
  • $5-$15 supply fee per class
  • Free camp t-shirt
  • Half day students should bring a snack
  • Full day students should bring a snack and a packed lunch
  • $10 Discount if you also enroll in EPIC Summer Camp

Scholarships:  A limited number of scholarships are available.  Apply here.

Register today! Click here for online registration page. 

Prefer to register via postal mail and pay via check or money order: Download registration form here.

Click here for list of classes.

Click here for teacher bios. 

Help send a child to camp.  Donate today!

 


Questions: E-mail grovecityartcamp@gmail.com

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

Call and Response Poster

Call and Response

A night of musical and artistic collaboration, with performances by flutist Cassandra Eisenreich and the artwork of painter Betsy Marsch. Eisenreich will perform works for solo flute while Marsch creates paintings inspired by the music. The “Call and Response” will shift as guest percussionist Jeff Vaughn joins Eisenreich in the collaboration and the two improvise music based on the artistic creation of Marsch’s painting. Tickets are available online and at the door $6 per person. Artwork created at the event will be for sale at the end of the program during a time of refreshment and conversation.

*CLICK HERE TO PURCHASE TICKETS ONLINE*

 

TLC 2016 Art Show

FIRST FRIDAY!!

Join us Friday, April 1 at the ArtWorks as we welcome the artist resident artists of Trinity Living Center.

7pm-11pm at the ArtWorks! See you there!

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NEW Olde Town Mural!

The Grove City ArtWorks is thrilled to announce that Olde Town is on it’s way to having another mural! Grove City native Jason Schell will be painting an ode to locomotives. For more than a century, locomotive have been the center of Grove City’s economy. From the Bessemer Gas Engine Company in the 1800’s to General Electric today, the town has played a major role in the history of the locomotive. Today, General Electric in Grove City manufactures the greenest locomotive engines in the world. While the mural will feature a modern GE locomotive, it will also pay homage to Grove City’s history, with the original passenger train station in the background. The roughly 38′ x 8′ mural will be placed on the back of PNC bank next summer.

Artist Jason Schell currently lives in Mexico City, where he crafted his first mural for their public transit system. This will be his first mural in the states, and he’s thrilled to have it be in his hometown.  One of his favorite childhood memories is standing at the tracks and watching the trains go by.

HOW TO DONATE:

The project has started thanks to a generous donation from General Electric. But we still need more! All donations are tax deductible. Please make your checks out to “Grove City Arts” and put “mural” in the memo line.

Grove City ArtWorks

222 South Broad Street

Grove City, PA 16127

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First Friday!

Grove City Artworks welcomes Mike Weber to the Wendell August Gallery for our February show!

Join us Friday, February 5 from 7-9pm as we open Mike’s exhibition.

From Mike’s Website:

Well to start, my name is Mike. I’m currently living in western Pennsylvania, originally from New Jersey. Dabbling in different kinds of art is something I’ve been doing for a while but I was never too serious about anything in particular. I’ve had an interest and appreciation for photography but it seemed like something far off that I would never take the time to get into. I started an Instagram account a few years back taking pictures with my iPhone and more and more friends said I should consider trying out photography. So in March 2014 I got my first camera and gave it a shot. I’ve been loving it ever since and continue to push my creativity every chance I get.

I started I Am Mike Weber because this is who I am and this is what I see. I love giving people the opportunity to enjoy what might be closer than they think. It encourages people to go find and explore the beautiful things that are out there. I really believe art can be an awesome way to bring life to people and bring people to life. It does for me – when I see potential for an amazing shot, I get so excited. It’s one of the best and most life giving things I do. I think it’s important to stop and realize where you are and the beauty that surrounds you..no matter where you are. You don’t have to go far.

For more of Mike’s amazing photography, please visit I Am Mike Weber

See you then!