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Report by Paula Antolini
April 27, 2015 8:35AM EDT
Photo above: Ribbon cutting ceremony of Bethel Arts ARTSPACE.
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Bethel Arts Grand Opening Celebration of ‘ARTSPACE’ and Evening Artists Reception, in New Location, 91 Greenwood Avenue in Bethel
“The transformation is amazing,” is what most people were saying yesterday about the new Bethel Arts Gallery that had its Grand Opening and Ribbon Cutting Ceremony at 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. on Saturday, April 25, 2015. The formal artists reception followed at 7:00 p.m. to 9:00p.m.
Bethel Chamber of Commerce Director BobbiJo Beers led the morning ceremony. Many individuals who worked hard making the new art gallery a reality, participated in the celebration. Justin Hurgin cut the ribbon, and Bethel Director of Economic Development Janice Chrzecijanek congratulated all with a small speech.
We want to thank 44-year Bethel resident and building owner Kevin McMahon for donating use of the space to Bethel Arts.
Photo above: Students draw on sidewalk during the opening celebration. Shown is (left) Caroline Giuliano, BHS Junior, (center) Justin Fargiano, BHS Senior, and (right) Olivia Wootton, BHS Senior.
The celebration continued inside the gallery as a light buffet complimented the first half of the day’s activities. Artists and teachers mingled with guests to talk about the gallery art and future plans of Bethel Arts. Children did art activities and had their faces painted. Others drew designs in chalk on the sidewalk out front.
Photo above: Bethel resident Myla Krasovetz, age 3, paints while her mother (out of view) Tricia Krasovetz watches.
Photo above: Bethel resident Hayden Chrzescijanek, age 6, has her face painted by Bethel High School Senior Amelia Wootton, who is a National Honor Society member and promotes art in Bethel High School and around town, she said.
The non-profit organization, Bethel Arts, will use this space as a working artist studio/workspace and art gallery, offered to people of Bethel and surrounding area creators of all ages, who can develop their craft alongside neighbors and friends. There are co-op classes and workshops led by local artists, special events, demonstrations, student shows and live performances. The mission is to promote an appreciation of the arts and culture, thereby enriching the community as a whole.
Photo above: Artist Honorah O’Neill holds one of her works, standing in front of shelves full of more of her sculpture on display in the ARTSPACE gallery.
In the new, bright white, light-filled space, the artwork and photography of seven local artists was displayed on walls and shelves of three rooms, in the first art exhibition of the new Bethel Arts space.
Photo above: Guests view photography from Justin Hurgin.
Artists exhibiting were:
Ival Stratford-Kovner – paintings
Michael Vaughn – paintings
Justin Hurgin – color photography
Sue Ellen Landwehr – watercolors
Peter Lerman – black and white photography
Honorah O’Neill – sculpture
Robert Jacobsen – digital (photographic) fine art
Michael Vaughn also provided vocals and instrumentals music (guitar and harmonica) of vintage and contemporary songs for the evening celebration.
Photos above: Some of guests who attended the morning and evening events.
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There are more events planned at the Bethel Arts ARTSPACE:
2015 Bethel Arts Classes and Events
Mommy and Me Panting Class, Saturday, May 9
Wine and Paint, Friday, May 15
Watercolor Classes for Kids (dates to be announced)
Sunday Concert Series featuring “The Saxtet,” Sunday, May 3, 2-4:00 p.m.
Weekend Summer Kickoff Concert, Friday, June 5, 6-9:00 p.m.
Cabaret, Friday, June 12, 8:00 p.m.
Weekend Summer Ending Concert, Friday September 4, 6-9:00 p.m.
Comedy Night (date to be announced)
Improv Night (date to be announced)
Bethel Arts ARTSPACE
91 Greenwood Avenue
Bethel, CT 06801