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Visual Arts Association

VAA President: Nan Kohr 350.2217
Please feel free to call, email, or text.

Scholarships: 2017 forms available now at Forms

Meeting: 3rd Friday monthly Sept thru June - LaHacienda Center 12:30pm The VAA meets monthly at La Hacienda Recreation Center at 12:30 PM for social time, 1pm business meeting followed by program.

Next Meeting: Friday September 15

The Visual Arts Association resumes regularly monthly meetings on Friday, September 15 at La Hacienda Recreation Center. An interesting Power Point Program will be presented by VAA member, Jim Zatlukal. He will give us a fascinating visual review of all the styles of painting that were introduced with the 1913 Armory Show. Jim was fortunate to attend both the 50th Anniversary and the 100th Anniversary of the 1913 Armory Show which was the first major exhibition of European modern art in the United States. He says, “These artists were not welcomed by museums in America so they held their own show at the Armory.” Jim was a superintendent of schools in New York State and also a professor of Art.

New members are invited to join the VAA at this meeting. Social time with snacks begins at 12:30 and the meeting begins at 1 pm in the Ricardo Montelbaun Room.

 Newsletter deadline: 5pm last day of month

Membership Privileges: Click here for a printable list

Volunteer opportunities: Click here for a printable list

New to VAA or The Villages - Art in The Villages lists opportunities for artists

Continuing Exhibits: LaGalleria @ LaHacienda, Annex @ Sumter County Rte 466

Lifelong Learning College Workshops and details available at  Links or call 352.753.3035

Art Sale for SOZO Kids
March 25  12-3PM
Laurel Manor

You may donate art pieces at no charge for this sale. Bring pieces to the February or March meeting or drop them off at Fran Naughton, 1319 Corona Ave, Hacienda East. On the enclosed porch will be a table and browse box for you to place your art. If you have a larger piece, or several pieces, call Fran 352-572-8526 or 352-350-2169 to arrange drop off time.  All proceeds benefit the Children of the Ocala Forest.