Tuesday, April 27, 2010
We had our Artist Success Circle movie "Who Does She Think She Is?"by Pamela Tanner Boll. Thank you everyone for sharing this inspiring movie with us it was a great success with our fabulous discussion after. If you get a chance to see this documentary do! The movie came with discussion cards that I thought I would share with you.
Discuss: If you're talented, it comes easily, right?
Question: Have you put your creative life on hold for your family?
What were/are the costs to you?
Did you go back to your work?
Discuss: If she's passionate about her art, she won't have anything left for me.
Discuss: "I didn't want my children to look back and say; 'My mom was never there for me.'
I've had to put my art in the background and I struggle with that every day."
Discuss: If I had more time,I would...
Question: "I had lots of people telling me that I was selfish."
Is it selfish to do your own work when you're responsible for the care of others?
Discuss: My secret passion is...
Question: Does your art make people feel uncomfortable?
Question: Janis is inspired by mischievous fairy tale characters.
What inspires you?
Discuss: In the U.S., 51% of all visual artists are female and women hold 53% of all art degrees, but 80% of the faculty members in art departments are male.
Discuss: Single women make 90% of what men make.
Women with children make 73% of what men make.Single women with children make 60%of what men make.
Discuss: Women writers won 63% of the awards but less than 30% of the money in awards reported by Poets& Writers (Jan/Feb'03 issue).
Question: What would be lost if you lived your dream?
We are designed to create!
Next: " Artist Success Circle" is Monday May 24th all creative people are welcome!
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Thursday, April 8, 2010
"Because Memories Are Priceless" http://www.pricelesspromgownprogram.com/
We had a great time at our Fashion Shows! Now we would like to remind people about our cause. The "Priceless Prom Gown Program" The program was created and founded by Mrs. Carol S. Lanni during her employment at a local high school in the 2006/2007 academic year. The idea hatched when she was made aware that a large part of the student body was not attending prom due to cost. We can help by donating slightly loved current style promand bridesmaid dresses , jewelry, hosiery still packaged, gift cards to local stores or mallsthat will help defray the cost of prom.
PLEASE CONTACT FOR DONATIONS:
Priceless Prom Gown Program 978 521 2664
Drop off at Scala Art Center 28 West Main St. Georgetown MA
John Anton Cleaners of Andover
Thank You! Lisa Scala