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SEPTEMBER 2022 NEWSLETTER
THINGS WE ARE DOING


Our Annual Meeting

Join us for socializing and nibbles, plus a short business meeting. 

Monday, September 19 from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m.
Princeton Senior & Community Center
206 Worcester Rd., Princeton

FALL    FRIENDS    FROLIC    FEEL GOOD

All are invited...members, friends, and family.
OPEN STUDIO extended 
 
We have been hosting an Open Studio opportunity in collaboration with the Princeton Senior & Community Center on Thursdays...now continuing for September.

Come join us for any of the September dates:
Sept. 1, 8, 15, 22, 29, at 1-3 p.m.

 
This is free to Princeton seniors and members and friends of the Princeton Arts Society. (PAS membership not required.)

These sessions are totally informal. We encourage one another and enjoy some friendly company while we work. Participants bring all their own supplies -- from paints to drawing or craft materials…just about anything could be suitable. Come to some or all these summer Thursdays. No stress, no critiquing, just relaxed artistic vibes.
Questions?  email - jean.b.strock@gmail.com
Hey Day - CALL FOR ARTISTS
Wachusett Meadow - Mass. Audubon - Princeton
 
The Princeton Environmental Action Committee will have multiple tables at Hey Day this year—September 24, 2022 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.—and we would like to focus on climate sustainability and resilience. We are partnering with the Princeton Arts Society to showcase two-dimensional artwork related to climate change and its related impacts. These include, but are not limited to, threats to or resiliency of plants and animals, preservation of landscape, weather changes, species protection, etc. We hope you’ll be inspired to create some new work, or share current work, related to these themes. 

See full information and participation form HERE.

Princeton Arts Society at
Hey Day

September 24 from 11am to 4pm
Wachusett Meadow - Mass. Audubon - Princeton

Although not fully finalized at the time of this writing, we plan to have some of our members doing artwork at this year's Hey Day. We love supporting nature and our environment; it always inspires our creativity. Look for plein air artists at work on the property and our portrait artists doing portraits of visitors in the house or classroom.

ANNOUNCING 
2022 Small Works & Holiday Marketplace

Our annual show and sale will take place the weekends of December 2, 3, 4 and 10 & 11. More information next month. 
New PAS MEMBERSHIP YEAR

PAS truly appreciates the support provided by our members. Annual dues enable us to offer a wide variety of activities, from our two annual member shows/sales to workshops, events, and programs. We are organized for the promotion of a broad spectrum of the arts. Our membership year runs from September 1 to August 31. If you choose to become a member or to renew your membership, please fill out the Membership Form and return it with your check, link HERE.

With much appreciation, 
The PAS Board   

PAS Portrait Group INVITATION
Tuesdays from 9 to noon

You are invited to participate with our Princeton Arts Society portrait artists working from a live model each Tuesday at the Prince of Peace Church in Princeton. Participants use paints, pastels, pencils, charcoal and other mediums of their choice. Artists of all levels and abilities are welcome. For more information or questions please email Linda at lljohnart@gmail.com.
MEMBERS SHARE THEIR WORK


Susan Tripp says...
I am new at watercolor and this is the first one I am really proud of. Thanks to Charlie who is my teacher.
John MacKenzie shares a photo and his experience...
"A quiet hush hangs heavy in the wood. Sunlight filters through a tattered curtain of leaves. A brisk breeze lifts the branches like a conductor's baton. Suddenly the silence is shattered. Acorns rain down, slapping high fives with the leaves. A cacophony of squawking starlings take wing in swirling waves. Maple, oak, and elm leaves break free from their moorings and float to the forest floor. Squadrons of Canadian geese migrate south in v-shaped formations. A wooly bear caterpillar curls up in a ball like a frightened child. A sunning garter snake slithers into the underworld. Chipmunks and squirrels scamper and leap, jaws stuffed with looted treasure. Over thick limbs and sprawling roots I climb. The gremlins are not amused. Evergreens scowl and frown, with furrowed ice-crusted eyebrows. Ice fangs protrude over granite ledges biting, stabbing at the ground like a saber-toothed tiger. Shadows lengthen, dusk unfurls its monochrome curtain. I press on. Soon the woods will slumber, tucked snugly under winter’s fluffy white down. Ephemeral vagabonds with yellow, chipped, and rotting teeth will retreat back into the ethereal netherworld".
Ralph Caputo shares...
The Old Stove was part of a collection of some 15+ restored cast iron stoves exibited at 19 Carter in Berlin, MA, this past Spring. 
MEMBERS - SHOWS, SALES & CLASSES 
Joanne Quinn's work in Brewster
Joanne Quinn's paintings can be seen at the Dune Show, a Midsummer Celebration of Salty and Sandy at Tanuki Gallery, 440 Main Street, Brewster on Cape Cod through September. clubtanuki.com
THINGS YOU'LL WANT TO KNOW - Shows, Calls, etc.
Call for Artists

Online submission form at https://www.sterlingartscollaborative.org/events/art-2022
   The Princeton Cultural Council (PCC) would like to announce that the Massachusetts Cultural Council (MCC) has opened its grant application process on September 1, 2022. They are also looking for new members to join the PCC.
Information HERE.
Massasoit Art Guild
October Art Show
Information at massasoitartguild.com
Call for Artists
  
The Art Call is now open in preparation for the Small Stones Festival this fall. The painting and photography exhibition will once again be held in the Great Hall at One Grafton Common.
This year's Small Stones Festival of the Arts begins with an Opening Night on Friday, October 14 and continues through Sunday, October 23.  See their website for details as their planning continues!
Call for Artists
The Destination: Nature Juried Art Show is a partnership between Harvard Conservation Trust and Fivesparks. The art show celebrates HCT's fifty years of land preservation and stewardship. Regional artists are invited to submit works inspired by Harvard's conservation land. The juror is Sarah Montross, senior curator at the deCordova Museum.There will be cash prizes. Selected art will be exhibited at Fivesparks between November 1 and December 17.  

Details athttps://www.destination-nature.org/home
Fitchburg Cultural Alliance
New Main Street Studio

The Fitchburg Cultural Alliance is pleased to announce the launch of Main Street Studios, located at 675 Main Street. 

The Alliance maintains a very complete website listing all sorts of arts information in the Northern Worcester County area. Link HERE.
Worcester Art Museum Discount Pass
 provided by the Princeton Arts Society 
PAS is providing a 50% discount pass that anyone with a library card may use. It is available at the Princeton Public Library.  Each of our (4) cards/passes may be used for up to 2 adults. You can use 1, 2, 3 or 4 of the passes at a time. Children 17 and under are free! 
Visit WAM's website: worcesterart.org

Museum of Fine Arts Boston

Visit the Princeton Public Library to use the Museum of Fine Arts discount pass provided by the Friends of the Library. 

Link HERE for information.
Fitchburg Art Museum

THE 86TH REGIONAL EXHIBITION OF ART AND CRAFT
June 24-September 4.

The Regional Exhibition of Art & Craft is one of the longest-running juried exhibitions in New England, and we are excited to continue the tradition in 2022! This annual exhibition at the Fitchburg Art Museum strives to spotlight and celebrate the artists and crafters of our region by providing a museum environment for their artwork and connecting them with fellow artists, patrons, and enthusiasts. 
Link HERE for museum information.

Gardner Area League of Artists
 Link HERE for current information. 
Worcester Center For Crafts
Fall Class Registration
Committed to crafts education, advocacy, and entrepreneurship with classes and exhibits. Link HERE to their website.   
Adults, youth, and families looking to develop and hone valuable creative skills are sure to love the courses & workshops available in our fall calendar. Alongside our existing departments, we’re very excited to announce two new focus areas students can enjoy: Multimedia and Healing Arts. 
Workshop13 - Cultural Arts & Learning Center
Workshop13 is a non-profit arts innovator devoted to increasing the appreciation and accessibility of the arts, strengthening the creative life of their community through instruction, collaborations and arts-based initiatives. Go to www.workshop13.org for to upcoming classes and activities.
ArtsWorcester
Link HERE for current information.

PAS Membership 

Our members are so important to us. 
PAS truly appreciates the support provided by our friends. It is your way of showing your support for the arts. 
 Membership Form, link HERE.  
The Princeton Arts Society Board
Any of us would be happy to hear from you. 

Judy Dino, President
Jean Strock, V President
Heather March, Secretary
Naoko Gomi, Treasurer
Diane Pedersen, Corresponding Secretary
Jennifer Caswell
Ron Curry
Clair Degutis
Claire Golding 
Jennifer Hilton
Lori Rabeler
Lou Trostel
Mary Trostel
Susan Ulrich
Newsletter Editor - Jean Strock 
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