The 5.4.7 Arts Center is a non-profit organization dedicated to raising awareness of both visual and performing arts and providing an environment to create and learn through exhibits, performances and classes. They explore the arts and learn how artworks can represent the world and that they can make artworks to represent their ideas about the world. Throughout history there have been hundreds of famous artists, so it is no wonder that today it remains one of the most popular and appreciated fine arts. Returning to Scottsdale by popular demand, 7 Fingers will present one of its latest tantalizing creations, Cuisine & Confessions.
Students structure elements and processes of arts subjects to make artworks that communicate meaning. Work is due no later than Friday, April 7, 2017 and should be dropped off at the LSSU Arts Center Gallery April 3-7 (Monday through Friday noon-4pm) or mailed to Sharon Dorrity, LSSU Foundation, 650 W. Easterday Avenue, Sault Ste. I thoroughly enjoy my life in 7 Arts these days, however one thing had to go – namely time and space to do my OWN art work. I called my place 7 Arts Studio.” The sign above the door is made of raised wooden letters which are classy and distinctive. The liberal arts can be traced to Plato, who thoroughly prescribed them in perhaps his most famous work, The Republic. We are part of a statewide network of 14 regional arts boards, providing strategic direction for sustainable arts and cultural development for our vibrant region. The 5.4.7 Arts Center is a 501(c)(3)organization, your gifts are tax-deductible.
A. Proceeds from the event will benefit LSSU Arts Center Gallery exhibition programming and support the Sunrise Rotary Club’s mission to include global clean water projects and local initiatives such as dictionaries for third graders, competitive swimming events, and winter family fun nights.
My great helper, Blake, who fixes so many things for me around our house and garden, assures me he can help me set up running water, toilet and any other necessities for a self contained art studio. Ward 7 Arts Collaborative worked very closely with the library and DCCAH for over four years to conceive and complete this idea. I’m taking my 2.5 year old daughter to Mommy and Me classes in 7 Fine Arts and I couldn’t be happier with Sheri’s gentle, fun and creative approach to teach my daughter to paint and make her express herself through colors.
The Arts Center was only the 67th building in the United States that was approved as LEED Platinum, and the first in Kansas. Each piece has been skillfully created by American artists who take great pride in their craft — creating a work that is one-of-a kind just for you.