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Sunday, February 11 @ 2PM
DR. JOE JOHN PORTERA
Sunday, April 7 @ 2PM
GROVE STREET ARTISTS:
LANELL EARLY, ANGIE NOLAN
AND KAREN POWELL
Sunday, July 21 @ 2PM
Sundays at the Center!
Sundays at 2:00pm
at the Louise Campbell Center for the Arts
THE WEST POINT MUSIC COTERIE
Sunday, March 3 @ 2PM
LEAH BARBOUR on piano
Sunday, May 5 @ 2PM
VOICES OF PRAISE
Sunday, August 4 @ 2 PM
WEST POINT-CLAY COUNTY ARTS COUNCIL
AWARDS NORMAN ARMSTRONG ARTS IN EDUCATION GRANTS
Named for Norman Armstrong, one of West Point’s most beloved arts advocates, the Arts in Education Grant Program is available to teachers in area public and private schools. “Norman ate, slept, and dreamed about the arts. It was his passion, and he would be so pleased to know our children are having arts experiences integrated into their regular curriculum,” commented Lucile Armstrong, Norman’s widow.
Teachers in both public and private schools may apply for mini-grants to support art experiences in the visual arts, music, drama, dance or creative writing. The Norman Armstrong Arts in Education grant program is administered by the West Point/Clay County Arts Council. Offered yearly, applications can be for supplies, teaching materials or equipment exclusive to the arts, as well as for tickets or admission to arts programs, teacher training workshops in arts education, or other activities that will enhance enjoyment and experience of the arts for students.
All schools, grades K-12, both public and private in West Point and Clay County are eligible for the grants, and all teachers in all subjects may apply, although fine arts teachers are especially encouraged to do so. Priority will be given to schools which demonstrate the most need and which have not already received funding from other sources.
Deadline for 2023-2024 must be postmarked by January 17, 2024.
Grant applications can be requested by contacting Lewise Jackson at 662-295-2317.
Mini-grant guidelines and eligibility, click on pdf below:
2023 PAF DAVID MALONE STUDENT ART COMPETITION
The West Point Clay County Arts Council along with the Growth Alliance sponsor a Student Art competition during the Prairie Arts Festival. See attached is a copy of the rules and registration form. Please note the size of the art work-- MAXIMUM SIZE of 11"X14". This year all students' art work will be displayed in the Louise Campbell Center for the Arts. Also, the LCCA will be open the day of the Prairie Arts Festival, Saturday, September 2, from 9:00 am till 1:00 pm. The winners will receive their prize checks/certificates at the LCCA Sunday, September 10 at 2:00 pm. Students and parents are invited to attend this art exhibit featuring all student art work on this day. If you have any questions, please contact Lewise Jackson by email/text/ call. 662-295-2317 email@example.com
Student Art Competition Rules
West Clay Elementary: Students in Mrs. Lacy Pumphrey's class made biomes in science. Students created a biome with a partner using a variety of art materials to make them come to life.