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TA B L E O F CONT ENTS A Letter From The President pg 1 Arts Organizations pg 2 Featured Organizations pg 3 ECU Calendar pg 4 Greenville Choral Society 50th Anniversary pg 6 pg 6

“Ms. Su-Su” Corbitt pg 12 Sunday In The Park pg 14 The Art Lab pg 18 Adult Art Classes at Emerge pg 20 Paint In the Park pg 22 Membership Highlight pg 24 Membership & Sponsors pg 26 Thank you to the ARTZINE Sponsors: Ms. Harvey S. Wooten and the Daily Reflector

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Pitt County Arts Council at Emerge 404 Evans St. Greenville, NC 27858 252. 551. 6947 · info@pittcountyarts.org For more information, visit www.pittcountyarts.org Pitt County Arts Council at Emerge: ARTzine, Vol. 1, No. 6, Spring 2020 Issue.

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On the front cover: On Stage at Sunday In The Park (Photo: Aaron Hines)


2019-2020 Pitt County Arts Council at Emerge Board of Directors:

A Letter from the President This year, 2020, marks the 20th Anniversary of Emerge. From the small, grassroots community arts organization to the strong, multifaceted non-profit organization it is today, there is so much to celebrate. But in true Emerge fashion, we will mark this anniversary by continuing to work hard to further position Pitt County as the cultural hub of eastern North Carolina. We’ve come a long way, but there is more work to be done. One of the most transformational initiatives we are leading began two years ago with the receipt of the coveted smART Cities Grant from the North Carolina Arts Council for the Greenville Emerald Loop Vision Plan. Following a rigorous Request for Qualifications process with over 40 artist teams submitting from across the Country, the artist team Haddad/Drugan, was unanimously selected to lead the visioning process. This plan envisions bold, creative, and transformational placemaking opportunities throughout our center city. Through the planning process, citizens and stakeholders from across the community have engaged in workshops and meetings and the response is unanimous ….We need this! Pitt County needs transformational creative placemaking opportunities to serve as an economic catalyst for both the public and private sector. Our stakeholders recognize that the projects in this plan are a key ingredient to recruitment and retention. Please stay tuned in the coming months as the Emerald Loop Vision Plan is unveiled. It will be Emerge’s charge to champion this plan into the future. This plan and the resulting projects are a long-term investment in our economy. We need your continued support as we work diligently to define Pitt County as the cultural hub of eastern North Carolina. Please join us!

Sincerely,

Myriah M. Shewchuk President Pitt County Arts Council

President Myriah Shewchuk President-Elect Wanda Yuhas Vice President Harvey Wooten Treasurer Michael Crane Secretary Jane Austen Behan Members: Brian Barnett Michael Cowin Chris Daniels Khristi Dixon Larry Houston Sierra Jones Christie Martin John Powell Juvencio Rocha Peralta Kristi Southern Nicole Spruill Wayne Washington Staff: Executive Director Holly M. Garriott Programs Director Paula Rountree Educational Coordinator Heather Suter Marketing & Finance Coordinator Sarah Lazure Gallery Attendant Reed Howard pg 1


Arts Organizations in Pitt County A Place in the Heart Theatre Company

facebook.com/APITHTCO

Ayden Arts & Recreation

Gianino Fine Studio Furniture

http://gianino.business catalyst.com/home.html

ayden.com/departments/ arts-recreation

Greenville Brushstrokes

City Art Gallery

Greenville Choral Society

East Carolina ArtSpace

Greenville Civic Ballet

cityartgreenville.com

greenvillebrushstrokes.com greenvillechoralsociety.com

An alphabetical listing of Arts Organizations in Pitt County

Pitt Community College Fine Arts Gallery pittcc.edu

Pitt Community College Symphony

pittcc.edu/continuingeducation/pcc_symphony _orchestra/

Eastern Youth Orchestra

Greenville Museum of Art

Pitt County Schools Arts Education

ECU Arts

Greenville Theater Arts Center

R. A. Fountain General Store

Hobby Horse

Smiles and Frowns Playhouse

eastcarolinaartspace.com

easternyouthorchestras.org ecu.edu/cs-admin/tickets/ index.cfm

ECU GlasStation

ecu.edu/cs-cfac/soad/ GlasStation.cfm

ECU Joyner Library’s Faulkner Gallery

media.lib.ecu.edu/ development/faulknergallery.cfm

Emerald City Big Band facebook.com/groups/ EmeraldCityBigBand

Emerge Gallery & Art Center

emergegallery.com

greenvillecivicballet.com gmoa.org

futureent.org

jonathanbowling.com

Jaycee Park Center for Arts & Crafts

greenvillenc.gov/play/ center-for-arts-crafts-at-jay

Jenni K Handcrafted Jewelry jennik.com

Katura Dance

katuradance.com

L’Academie De Danse

www.Lacademiededansenoraparker.com

Magnolia Arts Center

Farmers and Makers Market magnoliaartscenter.com facebook.com/Farmers Moxie Pop andmakers/

Farmville Community Arts Council

farmville-nc.com/quality oflife_artscouncil.htm

Faux and More... Lisa Jordan bylisajordan.com/

Folk Arts Society of Greenville

fasgnc.org/FASG/Home.html

Is your organization not listed? Email Info@ pittcountyarts.org

moxiepopnc.com

Music Academy of Eastern North Carolina musicacademyec.org

Music House

visitgreenvillenc.com/visit/ the-music-house

NC Academy of Dance Arts ncacademyofdance.com

North Carolina Furniture School

ncfurnitureschool.com

Opus 126 - St. Paul’s Episcopal Church opus126.com

pitt.k12.nc.us/Page/1446

rafountain.com

smilesandfrowns.org

Spazz Presents facebook.com/ spazzpresents

Tar River CommunityBand tarriverband.com

The Art Lab

pittcountyarts.org/ community/the_ art_lab

The Painted Peacock

thepaintedpeacocknc.com

Uptown Art Supply uptownart.net

Uptown Greenville

uptowngreenville.com

USA Dance

greenvillencusadance.org

West Side Strings School

facebook.com/ The-West-Side-StringsSchool-171811026187832/

Winterville Historical and Arts Society

facebook.com/Winterville HistoricalAndArtsSocietyInc

Wonderbox Gallery

facebook.com/ thewonderboxgallery


Featured Organizations

Greenville Museum of Art 802 Evans St, Greenville, NC 27834 (252) 758-1946 gmoa.org

Music Academy of Eastern Carolina 811 S. Evans Street Greenville, NC 27834 (252) 353-MAEC musicacademyec.org

Find Our Countywide Arts Calendar at pittcountyarts.org.

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Select amazing upcoming events! Jonathan Fischer, Houston Symphony principal oboe 3/4 FLETCHER RECITAL SERIES

MFA Thesis Exhibition

3/6-27 GRAY GALLERY (CLOSING RECEPTION 3/27)

ECU Symphony Orchestra 3/7 SCHOOL OF MUSIC

>>>> Georgia On My Mind: Celebrating the Music of Ray Charles featuring Take 6, Nnenna Freelon, Kirk Whalum and Clint Holmes 3/13 ALEXANDER SERIES

Angelina Ballerina: The Musical 3/20 FAMILY FARE

14th Annual ECU Young Artists Organ Competition 3/21 SCHOOL OF MUSIC

>>>> Spring Dance 2021 3/25-29 PLAYHOUSE

The Fantasticks

3/27-29 OPERA THEATER

April Fool’s Day Concert 4/1 SCHOOL OF MUSIC

BFA Senior Exhibition — Photography 4/3-17 GRAY GALLERY (OPENING RECEPTION 4/3)

23rd Annual North Carolina Trombone Festival 4/4 SCHOOL OF MUSIC

Vitaly: An Evening of Wonder...his illusions fooled Penn & Teller! 4/4 ALEXANDER SERIES

The Murasaki Duo: All Beethoven 4/5 SCHOOL OF MUSIC

ECU Collegiate Choir 4/6 SCHOOL OF MUSIC

Andy Mattern: Photography’s aesthetic conventions, an artist’s talk 4/8 VISUAL ARTS FORUM


ECU Percussion Ensemble 4/9 SCHOOL OF MUSIC

Zamba Yawar, an Afro-Andean ensemble 4/14 SCHOOL OF MUSIC

ECU Symphonic & Concert Bands 4/16 SCHOOL OF MUSIC

Four Seasons Chamber Music Festival: Songs, Dances and Tales 4/16-17 SCHOOL OF MUSIC

ECU Symphony Orchestra and ECU Choirs perform Beethoven’s epic Symphony No. 9 in D minor, featuring faculty artists Catherine Gardner, Jami Rhodes, Daniel Shirley and John Kramar 4/18 SCHOOL OF MUSIC

ECU Guitar Ensemble 4/20 SCHOOL OF MUSIC

ECU Symphonic Wind Ensemble 4/21 SCHOOL OF MUSIC

Friends of Jazz “TomtheJazzman” Scholarship Benefit Concert 4/23 SCHOOL OF MUSIC

Arts Smart Billy Taylor Jazz Festival Burroughs Wellcome Gallery ECU Chamber Singers ECU Guitar Ensemble ECU/Loessin Playhouse ECU Percussion Ensemble ECU Symphony Orchestra ECU Opera Theater Erwin Gallery Family Fare Fletcher Recital Series Four Seasons Chamber Music Festival The GlasStation

The School for Scandal

NC NewMusic Initiative

BFA Senior Exhibition

S. Rudolph Alexander Performing Arts Series

4/22-26 PLAYHOUSE

4/24-5/8 GRAY GALLERY (CLOSING RECEPTION 5/8)

Passion & Laughter: Great Scenes from Great Opera 4/24-25 SCHOOL OF MUSIC

Billy Taylor Jazz Festival Gala featuring guest vocalist Connaitre Miller 4/25 SCHOOL OF MUSIC

Learn more at artscomm.ecu.edu Individuals requesting accommodation under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) should contact the ADA Coordinator at least 48 hours perior to the event at 252-737-1018 or ada-coordinator@ecu.edu.

Student, guest and faculty recitals Visual Arts Forum Wellington B. Gray Gallery


Greenville Choral Society 50th Anniversary

The Greenville Choral Society is celebrating its 50th Anniversary this 20192020 Season. It is the largest community-based performing arts organization in eastern North Carolina with about 150-175 members. The Greenville Choral Society performs a wide variety of secular and sacred music in Pitt County and other nearby counties. There are four choral ensembles with members ranging in age from nine years to senior citizens. The history of the Greenville Choral Society is welldocumented in our archives. The organization grew out of an idea in 1969 to bring the music programs at East Carolina University (ECU) and local churches together with talented local musicians. Choir directors at area churches met with ECU music faculty members in August 1969 to join “town and gown into a more personal and

enduring relationship,” according to an earlier history of the choral society. More than 100 people formed the Greenville Community Chorus to present portions of Handel’s Messiah in Wright Auditorium in December 1969. Dr. Paul Aliapoulios, a former member of the ECU music faculty, was the founding conductor of the Greenville Community Chorus. He directed the group for two years before leaving ECU for another academic position. He returned to Greenville to conduct “And the Glory of the Lord”, one of the choruses from Handel’s Messiah, at the 50th Anniversary Concert in October 2019. Many conductors have led the choir through the years. One of the most influential leaders was Dr. Rhonda Fleming. She was the artistic director and conductor from 1980 - 1997. In 1980, she led the Greenville Community Chorus towards reorganizing itself as the nonprofit organization as pg 7


Greenville Choral Society 50th Anniversary it is known today, the Greenville Choral Society. Dr. Fleming was a choral conductor at ECU as a faculty member in the music department. She emphasized developing a repertoire of major choral works for the group’s performances. During her tenure, the choral society sang with the North Carolina Symphony Orchestra in a 1989 performance of Gustav Mahler’s Symphony No. 8 (Symphony of a Thousand), and collaborated with singing star Judy Collins in a concert as part of ECU’s S. Rudolph Alexander Performing Arts Series. Dr. Fleming returned to conduct Handel’s Coronation Anthem: Zadok the Priest at the 50th Anniversary Concert in October 2019. Working with and developing young choral musicians became a prominent goal of the Greenville Choral Society during Dr. Fleming’s tenure. She founded the Children’s Chorus in 1988. Paul Flowers is the current conductor of the Children’s Chorus (grades 4-8) and has led this group since 1999. He also directs the chorus program at Hope Middle School and he is the music director at Jarvis Memorial United Methodist Church. He also directs another ensemble, Bella Voce, in the Greenville Choral Society. This ensemble is a select group of young singers from both the Children’s Chorus and the Youth Chorale. Fran Wilson provides collaborative piano support for both Bella Voce and the Children’s Chorus. Top to Bottom: Andrew Roby, Paul Flowers, and Luke Hancock


The Youth Chorale was founded in 1994. Luke Hancock is the current conductor of the Youth Chorale (grades 9-12) and has led this group since 2013. He is also the choral director at Beddingfield High School in Wilson, NC. The Youth Chorale hosted the Pitt County Choral Showcase in November 2019, where all of the choral groups in Pitt County were invited to attend. Inspired by Paul Flowers and Luke Hancock, a few high school graduates pursue music as a career. In 2004, a scholarship was established in Dr. Fleming’s honor, to be awarded to a graduating high school senior who participates in the Greenville Choral Society and who intends to study music at the college level. Alisa Gilliam provides collaborative piano support to the Youth Chorale. The Concert Choir is the adult ensemble that encompasses a wide range of ages, from college students to retirees, and a variety of occupations including teachers, college professors, office workers, business owners, lawyers, physicians, and even a few professional musicians. This ensemble performs at least three concerts each season. The December concert is often centered around music for the holidays and is often accompanied by a large orchestra. In February, we hold the annual fund-raising gala, usually featuring lighter and more contemporary music, always with an entertaining theme in mind such as Broadway selections or music from movies. This year, our annual gala was held at the Hilton and the Concert Choir sang favorites from the 1940’s radio era. Our Spring Concert is usually in late April or early May and allows an opportunity to do a variety of music. Dr. Andrew Roby is the current conductor of the Concert Choir. He is also the music director at The Memorial Baptist Church. Dr. Catherine Garner, a member of the ECU piano faculty, is the collaborative pianist for the Concert Choir. This spring, we have two wonderful concerts planned. The Children’s Chorus and Youth Chorale concert will be on Sunday, April 5th. The Concert Choir will be performing Kim André Arnesen’s important new work, Tuvayhun: Beatitudes for a Wounded World, on Sunday, May 3rd. The Spring Concerts will be held at The Memorial Baptist Church.

You can find more information online at www.greenvillechoralsociety.com or by emailing the general manager, Paula Mitra, at gcsgeneralmanager@gmail.com. pg 9


Summer

ART Camps

at the Jaycee Park Center for Arts & Crafts! CREATE A PUPPET CAMP | AGES 10 - 15

Campers will learn how to design and create their own puppet character.

FAMOUS ARTIST CAMP | AGES 6 – 13

Campers will focus on creativity and self-expression while creating multiple art projects each week.

PRINCESS DANCE CAMP | AGES 3 – 6

Campers will embrace their inner princess while expressing themselves through dance, dress-up, and crafts.

YOUNG POTTER’S WHEEL CAMP | AGES 10 – 15

Campers will learn the basic techniques of working on the potter’s wheel and will create multiple projects. For more information about Summer Art Camps at Jaycee Park, please contact Sara Caropreso at scaropreso@GreenvilleNC.gov. 2 000 C E DAR L ANE , G RE E NV IL LE NC

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“Ms. Su-Su” Corbitt Suzanne Corbitt, or “Ms. Su-Su” to most, found her passion for dance at the young age of three. She has spent the last 40 years of her life inspiring younger generations with dance. Ms. Su-Su is a North Carolina native, growing up in Farmville, NC. She attended Parrott Academy in Kinston and went on to receive her Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree in Dance from East Carolina University. She also studied at the Sorbonne in Paris, France, where she was able to learn from internationally renowned choreographers. Ms. Su-Su has had an extensive career as a dance teacher and studio owner. She owned and operated the “Greenville Dance Company” for 25 years before selling it in order to spend more time with her family. During this time, Ms. Su-Su was offered the opportunity to start a dance program with Greenville Recreation and Parks Department, where she has taught Ballet & Tap Dance programs & summer dance camps for the last 10 years.

Although Ms. Su-Su has instructed thousands of children and adults in dance, she says she is inspired most by her young students. “They are sponges, always learning, inquisitive, and they love being challenged.” In Ms. SuSu’s studio, you won’t hear the words “I can’t.” She tells her dancers, “...never say ‘I can’t,’ say ‘I’ll try.’ You never stop trying! It’s your passion that will take you places!” Dance is good for the mind as well as the body. Ms. SuSu says, “You are quick to see the benefits associated with music and dance when working with young students. It helps the young ones train their brains, helps with motor skills, balance, expression, selfconfidence, as well as, great physical exercise for the entire body.” For more information about dance classes with the Greenville Recreation and Parks Department, please visit: https://www.greenvillenc.gov/ government/recreation-parks/ programs-and-activities or call 252-329-4567.

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Sunday In The Park Sunday In The Park is a treasured tradition in Greenville. Over four decades, this free concert series has introduced citizens to local talent, up-and-coming artists and well-known performers, bringing them to the stage on summer evenings in the park. The 47th season begins May 31, 2020 with the Tar River Community Band taking the amphitheater stage at Town Common. The series runs 13 Sundays, except for July 5, and all shows run from 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. The late Stuart Aronson organized the first shows to fill a void left by a canceled theater series. Aronson had a conversation with Boyd Lee, then director of Greenville Recreation and Parks, and pitched the idea of having concerts to replace the longrunning theater program. Aronson recruited four groups who volunteered to perform. The community was invited to bring lawn chairs and blankets for an evening

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Sunday In The Park

of entertainment. They attended by the hundreds and then the thousands over the years as the series has grown. The idea was not without skeptics. “When we first started, people would say you’re going to have trouble with mosquitoes, with security, and with people being rowdy,” Aronson told The Daily Reflector in 1990. “We just stuck with it. People loved it.” Aronson organized the series for 40 years before retiring in 2013. In 2014, Recreation Supervisor Ron Harris began managing the series since Aronson’s departure. Since then, the series has expanded to 13 shows. Harris has stayed true to the traditions Aronson started by arranging a variety of performances that include country, big bands, bluegrass, Americana, & rock and blues. “It is a great way to close out the weekend with family and friends, in a great location with a wonderful variety of live music”, Harris says. A lot has changed in Greenville since 1973, but not the great music and family atmosphere offered at Sunday In The Park. One tradition that has never changed is a mid-summer performance by The


202 0 S ITP S c h e d ul e May 31 Tar River Community Band June 7 Emerald City Big Band June 14 David Lee Jones

June 21 TrainWreck June 28 Hank, Pattie & The Current July 5 No concert July 12 The Monitors Monitors. The group will be on stage July 12 for the 47th time. They’ve not missed a note from their rhythm and blues show over the years. Whether it’s big band, bluegrass, rock, or something in between, the 47th season of Sunday In The Park at Town Common continues to be the place to gather. Bring your chair, a blanket, or your dancing shoes and enjoy this Greenville tradition.

July 19 Irresistible Groove

July 26 Will McBride Group August 2 New Reveille August 9 East Coast Rhythm & Blues August 16 Spare Change

August 23 Tailgate August 30 Built For Comfort pg 17


BJ Smith

Jacinda Aytch

Liz Steiner

Terry Crowe


The Art Lab The Art Lab is an Arts Incubator located in the heart of the burgeoning Dickinson Avenue District.

born, housing four artists to be able to create their work free of charge, in exchange for keeping the studio and gallery open to the public five days a week. Now, in The concept was thought of by the Art Lab’s official first year as an Holly Garriott, Executive Director arts incubator, there are five artists of the Pitt County Arts Council at of all different media types: Emerge three years ago, when she Liz Steiner: metals and mixed met with Emily Jarvis, Executive media, Alex Hudak: painting, Director of A Time for Science. For Terry Crowe: earthworks, BJ years, the City of Greenville had Smith: mixed media and paper, stored emergency vehicles in the and Jacinda Aytch: digital media. garage next to A Time for Science. The artists will work at The Art Lab Holly shared with Emily her vision free of charge for 1-3 years, able of artist studios in the garage. to experiment, create, and sell Within a week, Emily had arranged their work, and hopefully then for the vehicles to be moved, and open their own arts business later that year Jonathan Bowling, in Pitt County. a sculptor, moved into the Art Lab Visit The Art Lab at 729 Dickinson after he lost his outdoor studio Ave, in Greenville Tuesday-Friday: space. A year later, Studio 9, a 12-8pm, and Saturdays: 2-8pm. studio and gallery run by artist Email artlab@pittcountyarts.org Jordan Parah was facing a similar for more information. fate, and the official Art Lab was

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Adult Art Classes at Emerge For the artist interested in small classes with direct instruction from a knowledgeable teacher, Emerge’s adult art classes are an excellent choice. Whether you are just beginning to learn something new or want to further your skills in a specific media, Emerge offers day and evening classes and include a variety of opportunities. Emerge offers weekly classes in ceramics, metal design and jewelry, painting and drawing, silk painting, and book making. Within ceramics and metals design, there are technique specific classes as well as intermediate and advanced levels. The ceramics classes include introduction to wheel throwing, hand building, and an advanced

course focused on improving those basic skills. The metal design and jewelry classes focus on the basics of metalsmithing as well as techniques in enameling and mold making. Book making and silk painting are fantastic ways to create unique items that can and will be art in your everyday life. Emerge’s amazing instructors are local artists who are excited to work with you! Classes typically meet once a week for a six-week session, and they offer three sessions each season. Most classes are open to ages 18 and up. For more information and to register and pay online: Emerge Gallery & Art Center 252-551-6947 info@emergegallery.com

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Paint In The Park The City of Greenville Recreation & Parks Department and the Pitt County Arts Council at Emerge invite artists to come to the Greenville Town Common to participate in Paint in the Park, a FREE en plein air paint event. What is en plein air? 1: of or relating to painting in outdoor daylight 2: of or relating to a branch of impressionism that attempts to represent outdoor light and air 3: open-air : outdoor This is a bi-annual event, taking place in the fall and spring. The inaugural event took place on September 8th. The spring event will take place on Sunday, May 31st from 2 – 4 pm. Join us in a relaxed, creative, and natural setting at the Town Common. Artists will enjoying the natural ambiance of Town Common and the Tar River, as well as experiencing the Field of Honor flag display. Whether you are a novice or experienced painter, a great time is sure to be had while meeting like-minded, creatives in Pitt County.

will end with a “showcase” of the paintings at the City of Greenville tent at 3:30pm. This is a free event. Artists are encouraged to register online at pittcountyarts.org/events/paint-inthe-park-2020.

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Member Highlight Chris & Dana Gauland Emerge Gallery opened its doors in 2001. The organization hadn’t yet set up memberships or even a way to give. Chris & Dana Gauland were the first donors of this new gallery, recognizing the importance of the arts within the community. Once Emerge opened their community arts center, the Gaulands enrolled their two daughters Brena and Katherine into the summer camps and programs. The Emerge staff saw the girls grow up over the years, having an appreciation for the arts like their parents.

Chris is a physician at Eastern Carolina Foot & Ankle Specialists, and Dana enjoys volunteering at Saint Peter Catholic School and JH Rose High School. We thank the Gauland Family for being incredible members of Emerge Gallery & Art Center: Home of the Pitt County Arts Council. Please see the back page of the ArtZine to become a member and supporter of the Arts. It is a true investment into our community. You can also join online at pittcountyarts.org

FIND EMERGE ON SOCIAL MEDIA!

Join our newsletter at emergegallery.com or pittcountyarts.org! pg 25


Pitt County Arts Council at Emerge Donors for 2019-2020 Individual Benefactors: Benefactor Level

MS. HARVEY WOOTEN

Mr. & Mrs. Don Edwards Lawrence & Caroline Houston Nicole Spruill Page & Mike Aman

Patron Level Jef & Ed Glenn Paige & David Harrington Don Neal Laura Neal Thomas & Blair Taft Wanda & Jon Yuhas

Sponsor Level Jane Austen Behan Ralph & Mary Beth Bamforth Kathleen Bates Gary & Ellen Brock Katherine Covington Dr. Ned & B.J. Craft Michael Crane Carl & Martha Davis Khristi & Nikki Dixon Charlotte Fitz-Daniels & Chris Daniels Curtis Forbes Donald & Valeria Hoffman Betsy Markowski Mike McCarty Gregory Mobley Jay & Becky Myers Judy Shewchuk Barbour Strickland Cynthia & Lamont Wooten

Donor Level John Brown Scott Elliott Richard & Grace Garriott Holly Garriott & Heather White Chris & Dana Gauland Christine Grant Cathy & Andy Hardison Greg & Stacy Jarrell Hanna Jubran & Jodi Hollnagel-Jubran

Jamie & Ed Kirby Kelly & David Kurz Jackie & Gil Leebrick Randall Martoccia & Christie Martin Aurelia & William Monk Lillian & Freddie Outterbridge Miki Ragsdale & Kevin Morse Kimberly Rathbun Paula Rountree Myriah & Brian Shewchuk Kristi Southern & Brad Hufford Elizabeth Sparrow Ann & Jordy Whichard

Family Level Elizabeth & Robert Ables Holly & Matthew Akin Kimberly & Charles Alford Patricia & Isaac Artis Stephanie & John Bacon Sheila & Micah Ball Brian & LeAnn Barnett Raquel & Keith Begelman Vince & Ann Bellis Kelly & Lucas Berrini Jessica & William Best Amanda & Brad Black Laura Blake Sheresa & Mario Blanchard Lauren & Vinse Bowers Jennifer & Mark Bowler Heather & Chris Brockway Kate Bukoski & Mark Sanders Paul & Jill Camnitz Andrew & Ashley Cannan Sherian Caporossi Brian & Shayna Cavanaugh David Chalcraft & Heather Vance-Chalcraft Chuck & Linda Chamberlain Chia-Hsuan Chien & Chia-Cheng Lin Laura & Tyler Clark Suzanne Clark Judy & Jerry Clark Alston & Eric Cobourn Erin & Ryan Cox Lauren & Nick Crabtree Jennifer & Chris Crotty Allison Crowe

Catherine & Rick Dalyai Heidi Luchsinger & David Stewart Terry & Jon Day Angela DeCuzzi & Titus Boucher Pamela & Andrew Di Mattina Jozie & Spencer Dickerson Anna & John Dixon Steve & Cheryl Duncan Anna & Michael Dyga Collin & Mikaela Earls Christian & Johnathan Earp Marybeth & Tommy Eason Dan & Mary Elliott Lisa Ellison & John Collins Mary & Reza Ershadi Jenni & John Farrow Deb & Tommy Fleming Kyle & Jessica Ford Alisa & Todd Fraley Natalie & Scott Friend Wendy & Carlton Godley Eileen Green Annette & Marty Greer John & Dodi Groesser Ashly & Michael Grubb Emily & Blake Haddock Steve Hagen Michael & Jamie Hammond Laura & Kevin Hardy Megan Harrison & Chris Ryan Cherrie & Edward Hart Kelley Haven & Catherine Raymer John Haywood & Julie Marik Ellen & Morton Hoj Molly & Michael Holdeman Catherine Hossack & Jan Mayer Christina & Jeremy House Heather House & Sandy Johnston Betsy & Robert Hughes Anna Imhoff & Jeff Potter Meridith Jay Matthew & Devon Johnson Ashton & Mitch Johnson Jeffrey & Lee Johnson Jessica & Thomas Jones Heather & Grant Jones


Jackie & Douglas Jones Stuart & Laurie Josell Jinae Kang & Euisik Jung Linda Kean Lori & Keith Kellum Ronald & Mariah Kemp Stuart & Susan Kent Amanda Klein & Zachary Woodmansee Allison & John Kohler Karen Lawrence Lopez & Lenon Alarcon Linda & Hugh Leighty Clara & Yun Lim Karen Litwa & Steve Benson Kathy & Dell Lyles Kathy & Brian Magnin Janie Manning Jessie & Brack Massey Ann & Hap Maxwell Krista & Michael McCoy Howard & Eva McCullough Florence McFadden Jennifer McKinnon & Jason Raupp Christopher & Traci McLawhorn Marian & Richard McLawhorn Michelle McQuistan & Gary Small Stacey & Chris Meardon Michael & Debbie Metcalf Ana Miranda & Juan Mora Susie & Basem Mishriky Erica & Chris Mizelle Cecilia Moore Cobb & Donald English John & Suzanne Morrow Allison Morton Laura & Lee Mulkey Melissa & David Nelson Monica & Keith Nemcoff Dale & Emmie Newton Serenity Norman Leigh Ann & Andrew Odom Lori & Jerry Oliver Holly & Michael Overton Mary Laura Papalas Jacob & Mary Parrish Ann Marie & Nathan Pelish Alvaro & Kati Perez

Jennifer Perry-Hidalgo & Guillermo Hidalgo Vengamamaba Polu & Praveen Chada Amanda & Nathaniel Poulin Don & Wendy Price Dinesh Rajan & Jency Sachi Susan & Bill Redding Dindy Reich & Lee Maril Lou Reida Trista Reis Porter Stephanie & Tim Richards Mark Richardson & Amy Carr-Richardson Thomas Rickenbach & Rosana Nieto-Ferreira Ann Riggs Megan & Riley Roberts Claude Robey Elisabeth & Will Robinson Scott Rose & Marlena Barber Patti Sanborn Carlos Schwarzbauer Ginny & Bill Sconiers Amanda Senatore Vik Sexton & Blake Price Tamara & Douglas Shusterman Rebecca Snyder & Alex Parikh Jeremy & Jennifer Spengeman Johanna & Derek Spong Jessica Squires Pichan & Michael Pichan Sherry Stancill Ceri & Derek Steele Sandy & Mike Steele Lee Anne & Joshua Stiles Kim & Robbie Stokes Nicole & Matt Stokes Torrey Stroud Kyle Summers & Susan McRae Iris Suriel Amy & Scott Sweezy Stacey & Bradley Swinson Colleen & Jason Tetterton Jill & Dean Thompson Ed & Sherryl Tipton John & Grey Tipton Jessica & Dustin Turner Margaret & Bill Twine

Chris & Beth Ulffers Emily Verrill Jitka Virag Stephanie Wallio & Alex Schoemann Allison & Thad Wasklewicz James Watson & Isabel Terry Tina & Kevin Weldon Amy & Warner Wells Brittney & Tyler Wier Amber Wigent Susan Williams & Roy Carlton Nancy & Richard Winn Will & Erin Wooten Alana Zambone & Greg Rubel Rachel Zigas Heidi Zinke

Not a member? Visit us at pittcountyarts.org today and find out how you can be a part of the arts here in Pitt County.


Pitt County Arts Council at Emerge Donors for 2019-2020 Corporate and Organization Donors

Bolden Ltd., Coastal Fog, Christy’s Europub, Delta Sigma Theta, East Carolina Foot & Ankle, East Carolina University, ECU College of Fine Arts & Communication, Greenville Brushstrokes, Greenville Choral Society, Jerry Barker, Magnolia Arts Center, MHA Works, Pantera Bob’s, Pechele’s Automotive, Perkins Foundation, Pitt County Schools Arts Education, Rivers and Associates, Signature Jordan, Eddie and Jo Allison Smith Family Foundation, Town of Farmville, Town of Winterville, Union Bank, Uptown Greenville, Vision Behavioral Health Services


Become a part of the Pitt County Arts Council at Emerge and help support this non-profit art center. Members are an active part of Emerge and benefits are growing everyday. Memberships are renewed yearly.

EMBERSHIP BENEFITS

Student/Senior $25

Become a part of the Pitt County Arts Council at Emerge and help support this non-profit art center. Members are an active part of Emerge and benefits are growing everyday. Memberships are renewed yearly.

Student/Senior $25

years and older include monthly mailings, discounts on classes and workshops for the individual, seasonal newsletter, invitation Polar Express and free admission to select special events.

Individual $40 workshops for the individual, seasonal newsletter, invitation to Express and free admission to select special events.

Family $65 workshops for the immediate family, seasonal newsletter, Trolley Polar Express and free admission to select special events.

Donor $150 sales gallery, invitation to annual meeting, the chance to register special events.

Sponsor $250

years and older include monthly mailings, discounts on classes and workshops for the individual, seasonal newsletter, invitation

workshops for the immediate family, a seasonal newsletter, 10%

Polar Express and free admission to select special events.

select special events.

Individual $40

Patron $500

workshops for the individual, seasonal newsletter, invitation to

sales gallery, class discounts, invitation to annual meeting, one

Express and free admission to select special events.

Jolley Trolley Polar Express and expanded free admission to select special events.

Family $65

Benefactor $1,000

workshops for the immediate family, seasonal newsletter,

Trolley Polar Express and free admission to select special events.

Donor $150

sales gallery, invitation to annual meeting, the chance to register special events.

Sponsor $250

workshops for the immediate family, a seasonal newsletter, 10%

Jolly Trolley Polar Express and expanded free admission to select special events.


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Emerge

SUMMER Art Camps

Register at www.emergegallery.com Camp Times: Half Day Camp: Morning (9am-12pm) & Afternoon (1pm-4pm) Full Day Camp: Both Morning & Afternoon Camps (9am-4pm) Lunch Bunch options available for half day campers

Pricing starts at $85 a week. We offer three age groups: Mini Masters (ages 3-5) Emerging Artists (Grades K-5) Advanced Youth (Grades 6 and up)

10%SUMMER CAMPS Off CODE: SUMMER20 EXPIRES: 08/10/20

Emerge Gallery & Art Center 404 S. Evans Street, Greenville, NC 27858 252.551.6947 | www.emergegallery.com | info@emergegallery.com

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Spring 2020 ArtZine  

The ArtZine is a publication produced by the Pitt County Arts Council twice a year to showcase the cultural events and organizations in Pitt...

Spring 2020 ArtZine  

The ArtZine is a publication produced by the Pitt County Arts Council twice a year to showcase the cultural events and organizations in Pitt...

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