The Coburn Art Gallery on the Ashland University campus has scheduled three summer art sessions -- Summer Art Camp and two separate Art Days -- that will allow for art experiences for young artists.
The Summer Art Camp will offer a one-week session June 24 to 28 from 9 a.m. to noon for young artists ages 7 to 13. The young artists will learn how to use a variety of media and experience activities in this jungle-themed art camp. They will develop a cultural appreciation and aesthetic awareness as they explore different art forms as well as develop their own talent for self-expression. The summer camp fee is $65 per child and all materials are provided.
The Art Days are set for July 9 and July 29.
The July 9 session is titled “Messy Media” and is for ages 4 to 6 and will be held from 10 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. The cost for this one-day experience is $10 per child.
On July 29, the art experience is titled “Digital Dynamics” and is for ages 10 to 14 and will be held from 9 a.m. to noon. The cost of this one-day session is $10 per child.
Enrollment is limited. For more information or to register your child for our summer art experiences, call 419.289.5652 or email email@example.com.
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Inspired by tens of thousands of fans encouraging him after doctors told him he had three to five years to live following a terminal cancer diagnosis, Carman launched a Kickstarter campaign April 19 with the goal to raise $200,000 for his first new album and music video in over 10 years. Carman not only reached his goal in 25 days, but also exceeded that goal, raising over $233,000 so far, making this the second most funded music project ever on Kickstarter, the world's largest funding platform for creative projects.
Energized by people's prayers, kind words and support of the Kickstarter campaign, and determined to not let cancer detract from doing what he does best - sharing the hope of the gospel to live audiences, Carman announced a 60-city, 28-state tour in anticipation of his new album and music video. With concerts being planned now in top markets like New York, Los Angeles, Houston, Chicago and Dallas, where he holds an attendance record of 71,132 in Texas Stadium (the former home of the Dallas Cowboys), Carman is also extending an opportunity on Kickstarter for fans to be the first to support his tour and receive tickets before they begin going on sale to the general public July 1.
Available at Kickstarter now, and limited to 500 tickets for each city on the tour, backers who donate $100 will not only receive 2 VIP concert tickets and backstage passes to meet Carman after the concert of their choice, but will also receive the new CD at the concert, a single and video download one month before the actual street date of the upcoming album, a t-shirt, an autographed Game Changers CD and more. See http://bit.ly/CarmanKickstarter for all the details, and here is the full list of cities/states selected for the tour:
Wheaton - Elgin
Churches or venues wishing to host a Carman concert in these markets are encouraged to contact AttendStar at (615) 223-1973, and anyone interested in receiving Carman Concert Alerts can go to: http://christianconcertalerts.com/get-concert-alerts/.
Touring from coast-to-coast, Carman will share new music alongside his hit songs and his most recent offering, "The Flag," a compelling anthem that weaves the Pledge of Allegiance into a melodic and inspirational message of pride in America. "The Flag" concept video can be seen now at http://youtu.be/Bp8E9pov0Jo, and Carman's full tour schedule can be seen at http://www.carmanlive.com/.
The process that led to the launch of this Kickstarter campaign began in March of this year as singer, songwriter and television/film actor/writer Carman was diagnosed with terminal, multiple myeloma cancer, a cancer of the blood that affects the body's bone marrow. Stunned and initially devastated by the news, Carman's spirit was soon lifted up by the overwhelming love and support received by tens of thousands of fans after posting the news on his Facebook page. He is now determined to fight the cancer and turn the death sentence into a renewed vision and hope for the future.
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