Vero Beach Art Club
Vero Beach Art CLub

Education

Community Service



Festival of Trees
Each year we participate in the Festival of Trees by decorating one of the trees that will be auctioned off to benefit the Riverside Children's Theatre. The theme for this year's Festival of Tree's is Louis Armstrong's "What a Wonderful World".
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The "Arts for Smarts" Program
The Art Club donates $100 per elementary school to art teachers at 17 public elementary schools in Indian River County. Each school receives art supply credit to go directly to the art teacher for craft supplies and art projects to foster art education for the students.

Museum Summer Camp Scholarships
VBMA summer art school funding for students - Art Club donates $1,000 to the Vero Beach Museum of Art's summer camp each year to help financially disadvantaged students attend art classes. We also sponsored t-shirts with a $100 donation.

"Art-Tini"
Annual event partnered with Springhill Suites by Marriott to raise funds for middle school student art supplies.

Anyone wishing to get involved or donate to the fund may call Dawn Mill or the office of the Vero Beach Art Club, 772-231-0303 or email info@verobeachartclub.org.



Community Outreach


The Art Club is dedicated to supporting community needs as well as promoting art education. Some of the club's endeavors include:

Artists & materials for the Community Center mural completed and dedicated on January 2013. Thank you to artists Dawn Mill, Judy Burgarella and Christine Thomas for an amazing accomplishment. www.verobeachmural.blogspot.com

The Art Club is responsible for beautifying the downtown wall for the City of Vero Beach located on the westbound side of State Road 60 along Commercial Blvd. Thank you to Karen Leffel Massingill for her design and all the artists and chair, Sue Dinenno for its implementation.

A new beautification project to add a mural to another City of Vero Beach property at the Bethel Creek House was completed in 2015.

Under the direction of Carol Makris, members painted a bird mural on the north side of the Racquetball building at Riverside Park in 2016.

Provide artwork for "Art in Public Places" which currently provides artwork in the Indian River County Main Library. The artwork is changed on a quarterly basis.

Pictured are some of the children who will participate in the programs along with Alicia Quinn and Rob Slezak, Recreation Director.


For other community cultural events, try these web sites:
www.vbmuseum.org,
www.cultural-council.org, www.verobeach.com