Jonathan Chace for organizing, provisioning and supervising the libations consultants for First Fridays for the past five years and for organizing and staffing multiple other RiverArts events.
Kathleen O’Connor for coordinating food for every First Friday since RiverArts opened five years ago and for chairing Art in Bloom for the past several years.
Mike Heffron for negotiating contracts for the Clay Studio and the new education center, ArtsAlive, for coordinating and completing the work that needed to be done to make the new education center ready and for serving as treasurer of RiverArts for almost two years.
Cindy Stafford for coordinating another successful Paint the Town event in April, for being a monthly libations consultant and for serving previously as secretary to the board, Visionaries chair and Education chair.
Jeweler Joy Berghaus and ceramics artist Marlayn King are our featured Gift Shop artists.
Sue Basener for serving on the gift shop committee every Wednesday morning for the past 18 months to meet with artists to take in new inventory and arrange the gift shop displays.
Joy Berghaus for serving on the gift shop committee every Wednesday morning for the past couple of years to meet with artists to take in new inventory and arrange the gift shop displays.
Sue Leeman for creating and maintaining our Quickbooks gift shop inventory and spending every Wednesday morning at RiverArts to update inventory and coordinate gift shop displays for the past two plus years.
Barbara Fancher for her leadership as co-chair of the Membership Committee and for volunteering in the Gallery for two hours every week for the past two plus years.
Congratulations to our Volunteers of the Month: Lolli Sherry, Laura Ventura, Dianna Frymiare, and Jody & Jim Gilliland. Our volunteers are our most important asset.
RiverArts is seeking a part-time Clay Studio Manager to oversee all operations of the Clay Studio. Deadline to apply is March 20.
Steve Rogers won best in show, Peter Saenger won the Create Gallery award and Anne Singer won the People’s Choice in RiverArts Juried Painting, Sculpture and Contemporary Craft exhibition.
Have something to donate for the auction or the grab bags?
Thanks to everyone who attended the 9th Annual Empty Bowls event on Wednesday, April 17. This popular community event raised $5,000 for the Kent County Community Food Pantry.
Our Annual Celebration of Floral Art, held on June 23, 2019 raised enough funds to allow 5 additional students to attend our KidSPOT Summer Camp this year. Thanks to all the arrangers and guests and volunteers who supported this event.
Raven Bishop for her successful curation of Emerging Artists and of Jeff Huntington and his Harriet Tubman mural as well as for her expertise as chair of the KidSPOT Advisory Board.
Jim North, along with his brother-in-law, Ronn Akins, for his expert hanging of over a dozen RiverArts exhibitions in the past 18 months.
Ronn Akins, along with his brother in law, Jim North, for his expert hanging of over a dozen RiverArts exhibitions.
Thanks to Greg Mort for supporting our exhibition and for protecting our environment through his Art of Stewardship Project.
Learn how to develop your visual story for a narrative or documentary film with filmmaker Cid Collins Walker.
Congratulations to our March Volunteers of the Month: Ronn Akins, Jim North, Raven Bishop and Sue Wright. Our volunteers are our most important asset.
Get Your tickets for Arts Alive to celebrate RiverArts’ 5th birthday.
This painting abstract compositions workshop is about learning to loosen-up and paint more freely.
Thanks to our fabulous volunteers another successful RiverFest!