Family Volunteer Day
Society for Creative Anachronism (SCA) presents a Night in Camelot in partnership with the Farmington Municipal Schools and the Farmington Public Library
Yes it is that time of year already. Time for us to get started on the Handmade Guide for the 2016-2017 issue. Media kit attached is an editable pdf so you can fill it out without printing it and email it to us if you choose, you can fill it out electronically and mail it to us, or you can print it our and fill it out by hand, whatever yo prefer.
Final Deadline is March 17, 2017
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Youth Storytelling sponsored by
CALLING YOUTH STORYTELLERS!
Friday, October 14, 2016
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If you have told stories at the Festival as a youth storyteller
Meet the 2015 Youth Storytellers:
Congratulations Connie Gotsch Teen Choice Winner, Grace Lee for Blended Zine
Official site for Lights on Afterschool
About the winner, Ashley Parker from Blended Zine:
Education and art go hand in hand for Lizzy Regay
Story by Margaret Cheasebro | Photos by Whitney Howie
Art class at San Juan Center for Independence provides opportunities for people with disabilities.
The art will be displayed at the Arc Thrift Store at 200 W. Broadway in Farmington during the Fall Art Walk in October.
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Arts in Afterschool “TORANI Celebration”
Thursday, September 26 @ 4pm
Farmington Public Library, multipurpose room
2101 Farmington Avenue, Farmington, NM 87401
Congratulations to Lizzy Begay, National “Torani Syrup Label Art” contest winner! Enjoy a pizza party and Torani soda. Scheduled at the event is Senator Bill Sharer, Mayor Tommy Roberts, City Manager, Rob Mayes and District Three, City Councilperson, Gayla McCulloch.
Youth Storytellers will entertain with stories for the Four Corners Storytelling Festival.
|Poster Contest Winners|
Featured in Arts Perspective from Colorado Arts Perspective Article The Northwest New Mexico Arts Council supports Blended Zine the publication by teens for teens in San Juan County and supports the program that was initiated and supported by the Farmington Public Library. Arts learning experiences can alter the attitudes of young people toward themselves and each other. The publication is by teens for teens, which provides an introduction into future careers in the workforce.
The teen volunteers give back to the community. Blended Zine helps to decrease youth involvement in delinquent behavior and improve youth attitudes about themselves and the future. Blended Zine provides an opportunity to youth in the juvenile detention center and many have been published and it has affected them lives in a positive way. Teens evaluate the work that goes in Blended Zine, through mentorship from the arts council board who volunteer their time to share techniques on marketing their work to sell as an artist and simple things like providing a workshop to share how professional matting can be displayed in the community. Blended Zine displayed and sold original art at the annual High Desert Fine Art Festival and will continue to be part of the show that is important for the sustainability of the arts in Northwest New Mexico. Not many people can say that the Lt. Governor has sent a message through Facebook to get the teen artwork in his office. Stop by and check it out at the roundhouse and visit Blended Zine for more details.