community + cultural info
Get your Christmas shopping done early and support the Union Project! Come to the 2nd annual Artists of the Union Project Holiday Sale. This show is one night only, and will be held in conjunction with Penn Avenue Arts Initiative’s Unblurred event on Friday, November 7, 2003, from 7 pm -10 pm at EDGE Studio, 5411 Penn Avenue. Ceramics, Prints, Photos, Paintings, and Jewelry will be available with 30% of all proceeds going to support the Union Project. Live music will be provided by the band Monarch and a restored stained glass window from the Union Project will be on display. Featured artists include Todd Scalise, Brooke Rothshank, Angie Lehman, Chad Martin, Cheri High-Beckford, Becky Peifer, Keith Hershberger, and Justin Rothshank.
Final Volunteer Day
The Union Project will offer its final Saturday volunteer opportunity of the year on November 8 from 10 am – 3 pm. We’ll be cleaning out the building of old plaster, doing yard work, and putting the finishing touches on our newly restored stained glass windows. Keep your eyes open for many more volunteer opportunities starting next Spring. If you or your group are interested in volunteering at The Union Project email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 412-478-3105 to set up a date.
New Stained Glass Class!
Based on the success of the current stained glass classes, the Union Project is planning a Winter stained glass class that will run for six consecutive Saturdays. The four-hour classes are tentatively scheduled for Saturdays from January 10 to February 14. Complete dates, times, and prices are still being decided. If you are interested in more information about this stained glass class contact Justin at 412-478-3105 or email Justin@unionproject.org.
The Annual Report
We’re putting together our first annual report to let you know what has been accomplished over the past year and what is slated for the coming year. If you are not on our postal mailing list and you’d like a copy of the annual report please email Jess@unionproject.org with your mailing address.
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