Estate Sale of JCAC Founding Member Dr. Perry Kelly

Dear Arts Council Members:
 
Let me introduce myself. My name is Bonnie Rose. In 2001, after almost 30 years in the antiques and collectibles business, and working as a consultant and appraiser, I launched Bonnie Rose Appraisal Services, Inc. We are an Estate Sales and Appraisal Company which offers a variety of services to the community.  
 
On November 9-11, 2018 we will be conducting one of our big Extravaganza Estate Sales, and we would like to offer you and your members an exciting opportunity to find 8,000 to 10,000 wonderful treasures, antique to new, vintage, retro, craft to contemporary, all under one roof, all in one place.
 
The main focus of this sale will be the Estate of Dr. Perry Kelly, who was an Art Professor at WCU, founder of the Jackson County Arts Council and a lifelong traveler and collector of art. This sale will encompass his extensive collection of art including photography from several important 20th Century photographers and his Mid-Century furniture including Plycraft chairs, Barcelona chair, tables, sculptures, bedroom furniture and several pieces from his ceramics collection. There will also be a big selection of Dr. Kelly’s photographs at very reasonable prices.
 
Our Extravaganza Center is conveniently located 2 miles South of Exit 44, off I-26 in Mountain Home, NC.   The hours of the sale are Friday, 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Saturday, 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and Sunday, 12:00 noon to 5:00 p.m. If you need additional information, please visit our website at www.bonnieroseappraisals.com or call our office at 828-281-8110.
 
We look forward to seeing you.
 
Sincerely yours,
 
Bonnie Rose

 

Cherokee Chamber Singers and the NC Symphony

The Cherokee Chamber Singers (students from Cherokee Central Schools) are currently on tour with the North Carolina Symphony. There will be a free concert with the Symphony on October 18 at 7:30pm in the Chief Joyce Dugan Cultural Arts Center. You can email Yona.wade@ccs-nc.org with questions or contact Cherokee Central Schools at 554-5117. They are located on the campus of Cherokee Central Schools off of Big Cove Road, Cherokee, NC 28719.
To learn more about this collaboration, please watch the video in this link

Request for Artists for Colorfest

JCAC Current Members – Request for Artists

This year, members of the Jackson County Arts Council have been invited to set up in the yard across the street from Dogwood Crafters selling their art work at the 10th annual Colorfest festival in Dillsboro.  This will be a great opportunity for the festival visitors to meet you and see your work as well as the chance to visit amongst each other. If you are not a current member or if you need to renew your membership, please click here to do so before inquiring about reserving a space for members.  Please contact Brenda Anders for more information about reserving a space.  brendaanders@frontier.com.

For more information about Colorfest please visit…

http://www.festivalnews.info/index.php?id=513

 

RAPG Grant Applications

Applications open for Regional Artist Project Grants!!! We encourage Jackson County artists to apply for this funding.

This Regional Artist Project grant (RAPG) is funded by the Art League of Highlands-Cashiers & the Greater Plateau, Cherokee County Arts Council, Clay County Historical & Arts Council, Haywood County Arts Council, Jackson County Arts Council, and the Stecoah Valley Arts, Crafts & Educational Center, Inc., with matching dollars from the North Carolina Arts Council.

Grants in this consortium are available to artists in Cherokee, Clay, Graham, Haywood, Jackson, and Macon counties. Both individual artists and small, unincorporated groups of collaborating artists (i.e., guitar duo, jazz quartet, bluegrass band) are eligible. An artist must have residence in the region for at least one year to be eligible. Previous RAPG recipients must wait two years before being eligible to reapply. Projects must take place between December 2018 and June 2019.

To apply for funding, fill out the following application and return to the Haywood County Arts Council at 86 N. Main Street, Waynesville, NC. Mailed applications should be sent to Haywood County Arts Council, P.O. Box 306, Waynesville, NC 28786. The deadline for submissions is October 5, 2018. If you have questions, email director@haywoodarts.org.

http://haywoodarts.org/regional-artist-project-grant/

2018 Annual Members Meeting

Public Notice of Annual Members Meeting

The Jackson County Arts Council cordially invites all current members of the Jackson County Arts Council, local and state officials and executive members of art centers and educational institutions to our 2018 Annual Members Meeting on Monday, June 25th from 6p – 8p. This event will be held in the Community Room of the Jackson County Public Library Annex. A small reception will follow in the Atrium downstairs. We will have staff on site to help you join or renew your sponsorship of the JCAC for the FY 2018-2019 (July-June).

This year the JCAC has been able to sponsor many different events, artists, organizations and art forms throughout our community. We have also purchased a Baby Grand Piano for community use in the JC Public Library Community Room. We look forward to sharing with you some of the amazing things we have supported on your behalf. We will also offer entertainment during the evening and a small reception to say THANK YOU for supporting the arts in Jackson County.

Schedule of Events

6:00p – 6:15p Welcome/Intro of Board Members    Gayle Woody

6:15p – 6:45p   Entertainment                    JAM Kids (and Instructors)

6:45p – 7:00p   Meeting                                 Gayle Woody

7:00p – 7:30p   Entertainment                             TBD

7:30p – 8:00p   Reception in Atrium           Board Members

The vision of Jackson County Arts Council is to promote individual artists, foster appreciation of the arts, provide art education and inspire creativity in Jackson County. With the support of the NC Arts, local government and community members, JCAC supports artists and organizations that contribute to our cultural heritage. Your membership gives our citizens the opportunity to explore our unique cultural legacy and keep that legacy alive for future generations. You are essential for our success.

For further information or questions, please contact the Jackson County Arts Council at 828-507-9820 or by email at info@jacksoncountyarts.org.