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Paint & Sip Sept. 14, 2018 “Gold Leaf Sunflowers”

Our next paint and sip class, titled “Gold Leaf Sunflowers” is scheduled for Friday, September 14, 2018 at 6:30pm. Instructor Gerald Van Scyoc will guide students through the entire painting process, from blank canvas to completed painting. This painting features a gold leaf background.

The cost for this class is $40, including all supplies. You are welcome to bring snacks and your favorite beverage. To register, call us today at 740-264-3111.

Hope to see you there!

PLEASE NOTE: Due to the popularity of these classes, we are asking all participants to prepay in order to hold their reservation. Reservations are filled on a first come, first served basis. You can pay over the phone with credit card or stop in the store.

 

 

Paint & Sip July 20, 2018 6:30pm “Matisse”

Our next paint and sip class, titled “Matisse” is scheduled for Friday, July 20, 2018 at 6:30pm. Instructor Gerald Van Scyoc will guide students through the entire painting process, from blank canvas to completed painting.

The cost for this class is $40, including all supplies. You are welcome to bring snacks and your favorite beverage. To register, call us today at 740-264-3111.

Hope to see you there!

PLEASE NOTE: Due to the popularity of these classes, we are asking all participants to prepay in order to hold their reservation. Reservations are filled on a first come, first served basis. You can pay over the phone with credit card or stop in the store.

 

 

2018 Summer Drama Camps

We are looking forward to another great summer here at CMA! Not only will we be featuring several new classes, we are once again running our popular, week-long Drama Camps!

Students will act, do technical and stage work for two productions. Singing, dancing, and dramatic skills will be taught. Please note that participation in the final performance is mandatory for being a part of these summer camp experiences.

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Paint & Sip “Daffodil 2” Mar. 16th, 2018 at 6:30PM

Our next paint and sip class, titled “Daffodil 2” is scheduled for Friday, January 19, 2018 at 6:30pm. Instructor Gerald Van Scyoc will guide students through the entire painting process, from blank canvas to completed painting.

The cost for this class is $40, including all supplies. You are welcome to bring snacks and your favorite beverage. To register, call us today at 740-264-3111.

Hope to see you there!

PLEASE NOTE: Due to the popularity of these classes, we are asking all participants to prepay in order to hold their reservation. Reservations are filled on a first come, first served basis. You can pay over the phone with credit card or stop in the store. And if the class fills up, you can always get together a group of friends and schedule your own class!

Gerald Van Scyoc Wins 1st Place Award in “Forged by Steel” Exhibit

The works of 24 artists capturing the history of Weirton’s industrial past were unveiled Saturday as part of the “Weirton — The City Forged by Steel” exhibition and awards ceremony. CMA art instructor Gerald Van Scyoc received the 1st place award in the oil painting category.

The competition and exhibit were organized as a way to pay tribute to the impact of the local steel mill on the Weirton community and its residents.

“We are excited to bring so many top-tier artists together to capture our changing downtown,” said Alecia Ford, Forged by Steel show chair. “Our industrial partners, including Frontier Group and ArcelorMittal, are transforming our city through bricks and mortar, but they are also engaging with our community to revive and celebrate the arts.”

Michael McKowen, director of exhibitions for the Oglebay Institute’s Stifel Fine Arts Center, will serve as the juror for the event. A native West Virginian, McKowen has more than 25 years of experience working as a professional designer and artisan for theater, film and events across the country.

A total of $2,300 in prizes will be awarded as part of the event, thanks to a $1,000 sponsorship by the Frontier Group of Companies, a $500 donation from ArcelorMittal and $200 donations from GoGreen, Amerilube and the Renaissance Weirton Corp. The Top of West Virginia Convention and Visitors Bureau will provide refreshments.

View the complete article at the Herald Star Online.