Call and Response is multi-media art exhibition and fundraising event benefiting the Ghost Town Arts Collective, a non-profit organization.
The artist reception will be held on Saturday, August 17th, 2019. The reception is free to attend with food and non-alcoholic drinks provided on a donation basis. Come have fun and view artwork made by local Artists!
If you are interested in submitting your artwork for this exhibition, please visit our website to submit your Artist Application at:
As artists we share a common desire to express our thoughts, ideas, and emotions. Some speak in visual languages, others craft with words or sounds, and some are compelled to perform. Very often we are asked to speak or write about the meaning in our work or share something about our creative process with those who seek a deeper understanding. Whether a poem or song lyric inspires your art, or conversely your work inspires your memory of a written piece, “Call and Response” asks each artist to exhibit written words alongside your art. The relationship between the words selected and the visual or performance pieces becomes itself part of the art, affecting the individual sensual perceptions of all who experience the work.
Help your child discover their creative side! Join us for a unique opportunity for kids to create their own, handmade journal of self-expression! This workshop lasts for two sessions on August 1st and August 2nd from 1-3 PM each day. On the first day, kids will decorate the cover for their journal any way they like! We have lots of collage material, paint, crayons, markers, and more. On the second day, the kids will put the journal together and start filling the pages inside with drawings, writing, anything that expresses their individuality! This journal can be used after the workshop is complete as a personal journal, sketch book, dream journal, or a scrap book for the coming school year!
Parents must accompany children during this event. Snacks and juice will be provided. Be sure to tell us about any allergies you or your children have during the ticket registration so we can purchase the right kind of snacks.
About the Workshop Instructor:
Dr. Jean Roelke, Senior lecturer & Assistant Director of the College and Creative Writing at the University of North Texas, local artist, and collage expert will be leading this event. Jean is a founding member of the Ghost Town Arts Collective who is dedicated helping others find their creative voice with more than 25 years.
The Ghost Town Arts Collective is a nonprofit organization based in the Texoma region. Help support our wonderful programs today with a donation! Visit: ghosttownarts.org/donations/
Sing, play instruments and create amazing art. That is exactly what you will do at Mask making with Song Choir and Art Camp.
Do you love to sing, play instruments, and create amazing art? That is exactly what you will do at Mask making with Song Choir and Art Camp. The dates are July 29-August 5, from 3-5 p.m., at Hope on Houston in Sherman. Students will have an hour of singing and playing percussion instruments, followed by an hour of art that will be connected with the music being learned. (Lion King).
A snack will be provided as well. On Friday, August 5th, there will be a performance where the art that is created will also be used in the performance. Cost is $90. The camp is open to children and youth going into 3rd through 12th grade. Older youth can also volunteer to help at the camp.
Cost is only 90.00 for the whole week.
Includes a fun summer drink and snack and all materials are included for the theatrical mask you will be making as part of your costume.
To register just buy your ticket here on line or if you have any questions, contact Heidi Scheibmeir (Children’s Chorus of Greater North Texas & Piner Middle School Choir Teacher) at email@example.com, or Call, text or message Shelley At Art Club Studio 903-818-6102 to reserve your spot. Tickets on line get a discount than at the door.