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Drawing from Life’s Journey: Student Art Exhibition

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June 19 through June 30, 2013

Program Locations:

St. George Library Center

You are invited to view an exhibition of the artwork created by students that completed the 10-week series of drawing classes we had for adults over 55 years old. Come read the stories that have inspired it!  

 
This class series was led by teaching artist Kathy Fieramosca, an art instructor at the Art Lab of Snug Harbor Cultural Center. Ms. Fieramosca is also a portrait and still life painter and is represented by Portraits Inc., Sewell Fine Portraiture and Gallery 71 in NYC. 
 
This Lifetime Arts Program is supported by the Institute of Museum and Library Services, Westchester Library System, AARP Foundation, American Library Association, New York State Council of the Arts and the Helen Andrus Benedict Foundation. 
 
Lifetime Arts is a nonprofit organization that promotes the creation, expansion and sustainability of professionally conducted arts programs for older adults. The mission of Lifetime Arts is to encourage creative aging by promoting the inclusion of professional arts programs in organizations that serve older adults; to prepare artists to develop the creative capacity of older adult learners; and to foster lifelong learning in and through the arts by increasing opportunities for participation in intergenerational and community based programming.