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Painting Workshop With Kym Garraway – September 14, 2013

Kym Garraway
Kym Garraway

The Stone County Arts Council (SCAC) will sponsor a Painting Workshop with artist Kym Garraway on September 14, 2013. The workshop will be from 9am -12 noon at the Visual Arts Center on the Perkinston Campus of Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College.

All supplies will be furnished for a completed piece. The cost is $45 for SCAC members and $60 for non-members. Space is limited and pre-registration is required.

For further information, call Sandra Cassibry at 601-928-6298 or 601-528-2343.

Proceeds from this workshop will benefit the Yellow Brick Community Arts Center Project.

For more information about Kym Garraway, click here to see her website.

Stone County Arts Council To Meet August 13, 2013

The Stone County Arts Council (SCAC) will hold it monthly meeting on August 13, 2013, at 5:30 pm at the Visual Arts Center on the Perkinston Campus of MGCCC. SCAC is open to all interested in the arts.

For further information contact Sandra Cassibry at 601-928-6298 or 601-528-2343.

Workshop with Mural Artist Kym Garraway

Save the Date! Stone County Arts Council is sponsoring a workshop with mural artist Kym Garraway on Saturday, September 14, 2013. To register or get more detailed information, contact Sandra Cassibry at 601-928-2234.

Elizabeth Huffmaster July 13, 2013 Workshop

Enjoy photos of the watercolors from the July 13th workshop with Elizabeth Huffmaster. Check our schedule frequently for more planned workshops and events.

Oral Histories

Did you know that oral histories are the foundation of The Telling Trees project?  The initial interviews focused on the foundational industry of Stone County. Check out the Oral Histories section of the website for additional information.

Murals of Stone County Featured in “Our South” Magazine

Our South - Summer 2013
Our South – Summer 2013

The Murals of Stone County are featured in the Summer 2013 edition of “Our South” magazine’s Places feature.

Copies of this issue will be available later this week at the Stone County EDP and The Old Firehouse Museum. “Our South” has featured other Stone County interests including the The Old Firehouse Museum in the Spring 2013 edition and the George Austin McHenry House in the Summer 2012 edition.

Stone County Arts Council Articles of Interest

Looking for articles about projects of the Stone County Arts Council? Check out Articles of Interest.

Looking for Educational Materials?

Are you an elementary school teacher looking for meaningful materials that are Core Compliant to include in your classroom cirriculum?  If so, check out The Longleaf and Me….A-Z and The Watershed and Me…A-Z.

http://stonecountyartscouncil.org/education-materials/

Sunset Through the Longleaf Pine

Blaylock Park - "Sunset Through the Longleaf Pine"
Blaylock Park – “Sunset Through the Longleaf Pine”

Sunset Through the Longleaf Pine is the original Stone County Mural.  Erected in Blaylock Park in Wiggins facing Pine Street, the mural allows the viewer to see what the pioneers who settled in Mississippi’s virgin pine forests in the early part of the 20th century saw every day. Today, one of the few remaining stands of Longleaf Pines can be seen from the Flint Creek Water Park.

The ceramic tiles in this mural were cut by hand. The bricks fronting the mural are some of the original Pine Hill bricks.

Mural artists were Elizabeth Veglia and Sandra Cassibry and the art students of the Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College, Perkinston Campus. The mural was dedicated in 2007. Photo is by Cille McHenry Litchfield.

Elizabeth Huffmaster

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Stone Countians enjoy painting at Elizabeth Huffmaster’s recent watercolor class sponsored by the Stone County Arts Council. Elizabeth’s next class is a watercolor canvas class July 13th. Call 601-528-2343 or 228-697-4505 for further information. All proceeds from these classes benefit the “Yellow Brick” Community Arts Center project.

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