We had a wonderful event on Friday, displaying the completed and in progress murals on the grounds next to the Arts Council Santa Cruz County’s new offices at the Tannery Arts Center. The Arts Council held their ribbon cutting ceremony directly in front of the murals, which created the perfect setting for their event, and catapulted our event into a wonderful news story and a direct manifestation fo the work of the Arts Council. Here’s a photo of Michelle Williams, Arts Council Executive Director, as she spoke at the ceremony:
Students and teachers at Renaissance High School, the Watsonville Charter School for the Arts, Mission Hill Middle School, and Ocean Alternative Education Program have been studying about our marine ecosystem from diverse perspectives and working to display some of their learning on 4 ft. X 8 ft. panels.
Please join us Saturday, June 15, 3 pm – 7 pm for another opportunity to see this wonderful student art, again in front of the Arts Council offices at 1070 River St., Santa Cruz, CA, this time as part of Tanniversary, the anniversary of the Tannery Arts Center.
Here’s a photo of the Mission Hill mural in progress:
and here’s a photo of Karla at Renaissance working on one of their panels:
Students, teachers, and artists are working to complete their art work and reflections, which will be displayed as part of the Cultural Council of Santa Cruz County‘s Ribbon cutting & Open House at their new offices at 1070 River Street on the Tannery Arts Center campus. The event will be part of
First Friday, June 7th, 5-7 pm
The Forage panels will remain on display at the Tannery grounds until the following week and again be featured at the
Tanniversary, Saturday, June 15th
a celebration of the anniversary of the Tannery Arts Center. We thank the Tannery and the Cultural Council for their support.
Here’s a flyer about the event:
Please contact Fred for more information.