Events

Spring for the Arts 2021

BRUNCH + LIVE JAZZ + RAFFLE

Benefitting our Arts in Education Programming
and in celebration of the 10th anniversary of the Robert T. Webb Sculpture Garden

Saturday, April 24, 2021 | 11am-2pm
In the Robert T. Webb Sculpture Garden, RAIN OR SHINE
(In case of rain, we will relocate underneath the Spigel Pavilion)
Tickets are $55

Spring for the Arts is SOLD OUT! We're looking forward to seeing you on Saturday, RAIN OR SHINE!


Spring for the Arts Sponsors

Thank you for supporting our 2021 Spring for the Arts Event and all of the Creative Arts Guild Arts in Education programs!

Michelangelo

Mohawk Industries

Shaw Industries Group

Textile Rubber and Chemical Company

 

Van Gogh

Alliant Health Plans, Inc

Mieke De Clerk Hanssens

Jonas Family Properties

 

Renoir

Paula and Greg Batts

Dalton Plastic Surgery

Dave and Pauli’s Art Emporium

Coldwell Banker Kinard Realty

James and Anne Hammack

David and Cindy McCreery

Alan Peeples

 

Picasso

A Friend

Marg Bandy

Clark, Davies, Easley and Pool Insurance

Debbie Davis

Jolly Textile

Lyle Industries, Inc

Cindy Morris

Mr. Real Estate

Peds Care, PC

Dr. Frank Patterson

David and Pamela Pennington

Professional Pharmacy

Karen and Jim Rogers

Alice Squillario

 

Sustaining Partners

Thank you for your ongoing support of all that we do all year long, including your support of our Arts in Education programs!

Textile Rubber & Chemical Company

Marketing Alliance Group

Ken and Myra White

Dossche Family

Barrett Properties

Norris and Billie Little

Cindy Michaels

Bob and Dottie Shaw

Robert Webb

STEARNS & WEST

Gregg and Sandra Sims

David and Cindy McCreery

Bill and Linda Blackman

Christopher and Amanda Brown

Durkan Family

Marvin and Joanne Lewis

Robert and Jackie McEntire

North Georgia Urology Group

Jerry Henderson

John and Cynthia Wilson

David and Pauli Aft


MORE ABOUT SPRING FOR THE ARTS

Spring for the Arts 2021 will take place outside on the Creative Arts Guild grounds and in our Robert T. Webb Sculpture Garden featuring a festive brunch and beverage options, live jazz music, and docent guided tours of the sculpture garden featuring over 50 works - including many new works added within the last year. Additionally, gift package raffles and silent auction items will be offered for bidding and art viewing and purchasing of our Spring-inspired indoor exhibit featuring works by Libby Newel, Ann Nichols, and Amy Reader will be available in the Guild's galleries. 

With so many changes to social gatherings, the Guild has adapted and we have now hosted several socially distanced, safe, and artistically beautiful events throughout the past year. While our traditional indoor luncheon does not seem possible at this time, we are confident that an outdoor garden party will be a welcomed celebration.

The Guild’s Arts in Education programs consist of our internal educational classes and workshops in dance, visual arts, culinary arts, and music; field trip offerings; arts scholarships; our annual Student Arts Expo; and our newest Arts in Education venture – Creative Connections – our annual professional development conference for all our area school arts educators in all arts disciplines.

One of our longest Arts in Education offerings includes our coveted partnership with the O.N. Jonas Foundation, which provides Artists in Residence opportunities for our area students - striving to ensure that every child in our community has the opportunity to participate in the arts. The partnership is committed to broadening student arts exposure and education in grades pre-K through 12 in Dalton Public, Whitfield County, and Murray County Schools, as well as the Elbert Shaw Regional Detention Center, Crossroads Academy, Mountain Creek Academy, and Northstar School. In 2019, these arts education programs created nearly 40,000 arts experiences for the students enrolled in these schools and even through uncharted waters, arts residencies have been completed in the 2020/21 school year as well.

Arts education and exposure has numerous benefits including improved academic performance, cultural awareness, inventiveness, social and emotional development and civic engagement. It also promotes self-directed learning, improves school attendance and sharpens critical and creative skills. The Guild’s Arts in Education programs strive to ensure that all of our community’s children are engaged in the arts and are granted the benefits of art experiences regardless of their socioeconomic background.

Thank you for helping to support these programs by attending Spring for the Arts 2021 at the Creative Arts Guild!