Events

Open House and Threads Launch!

Sunday, January 12

1 pm – 3 pm

Perfect opportunity to check out Arts Escape, our programs, and get a first glimpse at our 2020 publication of the work done by our students in 2019.

Meet our staff and instructors and learn about our Inter generational project this year.

 


Threads, Weaving Words and Art is a collection of work being created at Arts Escape. The goal of this project is to formalize what our participants have experienced and created through our programming. The publication will reflect the positive and creative work of our students using the arts as a tool to stay active and engaged. Threads will be a book to share with others how the arts can bring joy and growth at any age. 2020 will be the third addition of our publication.

Threads will be a year-long project with workshops and classes designed by our instructors to correlate with the project. This year our members are invited to participate in the Reflections, Gone but Not Forgotten project. This will be an inter generational project that we hope to present to the schools early 2021. The publication and project will include written work as well as artwork. We have professional instructors in both art and writing that will guide our students through their self-reflective journey creating a final published book of their collective pieces of work.

General Registration Information

  • Arts Escape students participating in the Threads Project may submit up to three (3) pieces (written and/or visual) for consideration. Each student is guaranteed a minimum of one (1) published piece at the discretion of the instructors.  Arts Escape reserves the right to edit any written submissions prior to publication.
  • Submissions must be original and unpublished. Work must be created through the Arts Escape Threads Project.
  • Submissions must be received by no later than Friday, November 8.

Cost to join is as follows:

  1. Registration is $135 for the year .

Registration includes:

  • First choice of Arts Escape writing and art classes through October 31, 2020
  • Students must enroll one week prior to desired class to ensure enrollment.
  • Complimentary  monthly Art Open Studio sessions held on the last  Friday of each month with instructors. Writers have monthly one-on-one meetings with our writing instructors.
  • Complimentary admission to Guest Speakers
  • Entry into two student shows – May and October (juried)
  • 2 Showcase events for Thread Members/Friends/Family
  • Copy of “Threads” book which will be published in 2021.

Arts Escape students participating in the Threads Project may submit up to three (3) pieces (written and/or visual) for consideration. Each student is guaranteed a minimum of one (1) published piece at the discretion of the instructors. Arts Escape reserves the right to edit any written submissions prior to publication.

ALL FINAL WORK IS DUE BY FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 13TH 2020

      


PAST EVENTS

MONDAY, September 23 – HERITAGE VILLAGE COUNTRY CLUB

THANK TO EVERYONE THAT SUPPORTED THIS WONDERFUL EVENT ON SATURDAY, AUGUST 12TH. IT WAS A HUGE SUCCESS FOR ARTS ESCAPE AND WE APPRECIATE EACH AND EVERYONE’S CONTRIBUTION, ESPECIALLY OUR HOSTS, DR. ROBERT MCWILLIAM AND MR. WESLEY ROUSE!


Couples Dinner and Paint Night

Saturday, February 11, 2017

Bob and Grace LaFlamme & ida

Ida Azevedo, Bob and Grace LaFlamme


cooking demo

Chef Dean Marino

 

Grand Opening

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Saturday, September 10th, 2016 – 11am

 

The Downton Abbey Experience
January 2, 2016

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“Arts Escape – where creativity and
learning never get old!


Susan Smith
"I discovered Arts Escape by attending a Gershwin concert and got hooked, then started with the beginner drawing classes. The instructors gave me my confidence. Arts Escape is half my social life for the week. I like being with people with like minds. I enjoy the variety of classes – there is a diverse menu of choices. The teachers don’t let you become self-critical – they constantly bring out your potential."