Pi Beta Phi Alumnae Club of Clearwater Heralds the Exciting, Exclusive Art Exhibit from Arrowmont
From April 17 through May 24, the Dunedin Fine Art Center will exhibit a breathtaking variety of Arrowmont resident students’ unique and distinctive pottery items that offer captivating color depths and shapes plus outstanding artistic designs.
Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts in Gatlinburg, Tennessee, has been national sorority, Pi Beta Phi’s major philanthropy. It was built by Pi Beta Phi as a Settlement School in 1923 and the school has continued to offer a tradition of service to society that has no parallel in the Sorority/Fraternity world. The school services approximately 2,000 students during spring and summer classes, Elderhostel, community adult and children’s classes and specialized media conferences. Additional art educational opportunities to K-12 students in area schools are offered through a residence program. The school is a thriving cornerstone and unique cultural institution that fulfills its mission of enriching lives through art. Acquired skills often serve as life experience aids in the development of livelihood. The school maintains a thriving retail outlet for interested purchasers of its varied arts and crafts. Frequent worldwide and national visitors are always welcome to tour this remarkable school nestled in the picturesque Smoky Mountains.
The Dunedin Fire Art Center is located (approximately halfway between downtown Dunedin and Dunedin Causeway) 1143 Michigan Blvd. Dunedin. Dir: Turn east on Michigan at the light on Bayshore, or, from SR 580, turn north on Pinehurst Rd. then west on Michigan Blvd. For info re gallery hours, etc., call DFAC 727/298-3322.
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