Friday, February 28
6 pm, free
“Through Her Eyes”
Sponsored by the Community Foundation of Middlesex County, Sari A. Rosenbaum Fund for Women & Girls
In Celebration of International Women’s Day, March 8th, The Buttonwood Tree annually hosts a Collective Women’s Art Show in March. This year, thanks to the Community Foundation, a new program for “emerging” artists was created. Established artists were paired with “emerging” artists to mentor them and assist them in bringing their art work to show-able, sell-able condition. This night marks the opening of the month-long show held at TBT.
A special presentation of funds from the Community Foundation will take place at 6:30pm with refreshments.
Artists: Maria Brower, Elizabeth Carre, Amanda Collins, Geonna Kline, Hannah Myja, Courtney Quigg, Cindy Profitt, Mylene Poitras
Mentors: Amber Dietz, Jeanette Drake, Kerri Powers, Anita Balkun, Sheila Mullen, Robin Price
“The Community Foundation of Middlesex County is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to improve the quality of life for the people of the County, now and in the future, by developing endowments, making grants that have impact and assisting donors in meeting their philanthropic objectives. Since its founding in 1997, the Community Foundation has awarded 1,100 grants totaling over $3.3 million for the arts, cultural and heritage programs, educational activities, environmental improvements and for health and human services.