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Fine Arts Association of the Hill Country Begins a New Year
Wednesday, August 31, 2011 • Posted August 31, 2011

The Fine Arts Association of the Hill Country will begin their new year with a member’s potluck luncheon on Wednesday September 7th at the Mason Eckert Civic Center from 12 noon until 1 p.m. This year programs will be held on Wednesdays at the Eckert Civic Center from 12 noon to 1 p.m. Programs will be given by members on a variety of subjects from water color techniques to framing your art work and mixing colors with a limited palette. Details will be printed in the new yearbooks. Members are encouraged to bring their own lunches to the programs where drinks and desserts will be provided by the “Sunshine Committee” (Minnie Schmidt-Chairman). Creative Sessions will be held on Saturdays and will have “session leaders” who will share ideas on subjects like “reverse light” and “contour drawing”. Creative Sessions are from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m. and members can work with the subjects presented and/or on their own personal projects. The FAAHC ART SHOW and SALE will be held Friday and Saturday, December 2-3. Admission will be FREE. Details will be advertised in the future. Our Christmas Party will be on December 10th, so mark your calendars now. It promises to be a very fun eventful evening.If you are interested in joining the Fine Arts Association of the Hill Country, please call Judy Uherek 325 265 4480 or Carol Kothmann 325 347 5598. Dues are $25.00 for membership. The FAAHC was established as a nonprofit organization to promote and develop the Fine Arts in Mason, McCulloch, Menard and Kimble counties. A yearly scholarship is presented to a deserving graduating student selected from FAAHC’s four-county membership area. Please join us in this effort as a member-$25.00, Sponsor-$100.00 or Patron-$150.00.

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