Nothing but canvasses were spray painted by student artists at the Graffiti pARTy on Friday April 28th with David “Hyde” Cho. Students produced a group piece that will be auctioned at the PAINTS Big Art pARTy on May 12th at the Piedmont Center for the Arts. (Photo by Becky Swain)
Over Spring Break, Etienne Fang organized a small pARTy with pop-art painter Adele White and a bunch of 2nd graders invited from all the Tri-Schools. A dozen kids showed up on a rainy day to paint two pieces that will be auctioned at our Big pARTy on May 12, 2017. Continue reading
Published on April 12, 2017
Events have life spans just like anything, and it’s time for the beloved PAINTS Bird House Gala & Auction to be officially put out to pasture. After sixteen years of birdhouses, a new, young enthusiastic group of art-loving PAINTS board members will launch a new art education fundraising event called The Big pARTy on May 12th 5-7pm at the Piedmont Center for the Arts. You will see more on that event in future issues of the POST. Continue reading
For the first time, PAINTS is calling all artists with a connection to the Piedmont community, and those who support art education in the public school district to enter the Call for Art (entry deadline: Feb. 9, 2018). All proceeds from this show will directly support art education in the public school district.
– BIG Art Show: March 2 – 12, 2018
– BIG Art pARTy: March 10, 2018, 5 – 7pm
@ Piedmont Center for the Arts
Bring your entire family to
a creative Sunday morning
while you enjoy Beach Dads
Club Pancake Breakfast right
next to us!
Don’t miss the brand new lively and colorful murals beautifying PMS during this year’s walk thru registration!
Adrienne Chan, Lucy Richardson, Amy Foo and Sofia Louckes, four recent PMS graduates, saw a need and an opportunity for creative expression at PMS and they took action! These inspired student artists proposed a mural project concept to Ryan Fletcher (principal), applied for a project grant from PAINTS, and designed four beautiful murals themed for each season. They chose to work under the creative mentorship of Suzie Skugstad (local community artist) and received lots of helpful hands from the PCSC volunteers. Way to go! Spring, Summer, Fall and Winter are up for all to enjoy!