Did you know that students involved in the arts are four times more likely to be recognized for academic achievement?
At the Bottle Works Arts on Third Avenue, we are well aware of the positive benefits of the arts and are proud that our educational programs make a difference in hundreds of lives each year. We are a multi-functional organization, but this is what we hold most dear. In fact, we believe so strongly in the importance of arts education that we are making it the focus of our most prestigious annual fundraising event, the Artists’ Hall of Fame Dinner scheduled for 5:30 PM November 17, 2018, at Sunnehanna Country Club.
The Artists’ Hall of Fame, now in its 17th year, is a special evening which showcases and honors individuals who have climbed the ladder of artistic excellence or had a positive impact on the arts. More than 200 people typically attend the event, which aims to be our major annual fundraiser.
Bottle Works is proud to announce that John Pencola, Dan Eash, and Michael Hood have been selected as Honorees for the 2018 Artists’ Hall of Fame.
Each honoree has excelled in the teaching field but has also used the arts to enhance the quality of living in our community and region. This year, each has also gone above and beyond the call of duty to teach, lead and share their knowledge with others.
We believe you share our vision for the future…one in which arts and culture thrive! Please consider making a meaningful contribution to the 2018 Artist Hall of Fame in support of these and many other fine teachers and instructors across the region. All net proceeds will benefit the Bottle Works’ Lifelong Learning Initiative which provides art education from preschool age to adults as well as professional enrichment for artists.