Be sure to grab the latest issue of the C-Ville Weekly today! This week’s “Feedback” column is titled “Piedmont Council for the Arts serves the creative good.”
Columnist James Ford writes, “Arts education is part of the PCA’s broad program, encompassing everything from painting and opera, to slam poetry, noise bands, and quilting exhibitions. In the words of Executive Director Sarah Lawson, the organization ‘serves as a unifying force, bringing together artists, organizations, and people who are interested in the arts.’ They partner with artists and member organizations, and the list reads like a who’s-who of Charlottesville arts.”
The “Feedback” column shines a spotlight on PCA’s Arts Inspire Workshop & Exhibit Series for under-served youth, specifically the recent workshop on “natural sculptures” led by local artist, Patrick Costello in partnership with the Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Central Blue Ridge. You can see photos from the workshop on display in the CitySpace Gallery during Spring For The Arts tomorrow night.
Tickets for Spring For The Arts are available for purchase online or at the door.