San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
SPRING INTO ART: MAGAZINE RELEASE GALA SUNDAY, MAY 15, 2016 / 3PM-5PM
TEEN ART EXHIBIT / MAY 15 - MAY 22, 2016
If you'd like to schedule a private tour of the exhibit (5/16-5/22) please contact Executive Director, Deanna Elliot, at Deanna@themarblecollection.org.
Come celebrate the talented teens published in the award-winning Massachusetts High School Magazine of the Arts. Teens, their families and friends, educators, and members of the community at large are welcome to attend.
TEEN ART EXHIBIT & SALE. READINGS OF ORIGINAL WORKS. FUN RAFFLE PRIZES.
CREATIVE SEMI-FORMAL ATTIRE. FREE PARKING. H’OR DEUVRES & CASH BAR.
Space is limited. Please RSVP by May 6, 2016.
TMC’s programs and events provide individuals or businesses with the opportunity to support its mission to cultivate creativity and excellence in the arts for Massachusetts teens.
As a major donor or corporate partner, you can sponsor the Massachusetts High School Magazine of the Arts; its innovative mentoring and publishing workshops; the annual magazine release gala, Spring into Art; or other TMC initiatives.
Your charitable sponsorship helps TMC reach more teens at underserved schools throughout the state and ensures that it can offer its programs at absolutely no cost to schools and teens. All sponsorships are 100% tax deductible.
When & Where
The Marble Collection, Inc.
The Marble Collection, Inc. [TMC], a 501 (C)(3) nonprofit organization, publishes the only Massachusetts statewide print and online magazine of the arts featuring jury-selected artwork, writing, poetry, photography, and music by students in grades 8 to 12. TMC also offers Mentoring for Publication Workshops in which teen writers and artists are partnered with college student mentors who help them refine their voices and guide their work to publication. At a time when budget cuts and an emphasis on standardized testing mean that fewer teens in Massachusetts have access to the arts, TMC collaborates with 200 Massachusetts schools and community groups to publish and mentor 100 teen writers and artists each school year.