Paul Rawson is well known in the community as a watercolorist and industrial designer. His works have been featured in the conference room at the Easton Library as well as in Easton Arts Council shows. Now as he approaches his 100th birthday, he has turned to pen and ink note cards. Continue reading “Easton Centenarian Exhibits ‘Ministry in Miniature’ at Easton Library”
The Hot to Trot Trio returns on Sunday, Oct. 3, at 3 p.m. for their first performance in two years! Due to masking mandates, the event will be outside on the patio behind the Easton Public Library. Entitled “Let’s Never Do This Again: A Post-Pandemic Revue,” the show features songs Continue reading “Easton Arts Council Presents Hot To Trot Trio at Library”
The past year has been challenging for everyone, due to the Covid pandemic. Industries and organizations have had to adapt and alter the way they do business. This was certainly true for the Easton Arts Council, which had to adjust to the limitations set in place during an unprecedented Continue reading “The Art of Easton Soars Through the Pandemic”
The Easton Arts Council has scheduled an in-person Art in the Country fine arts show after a year of digital shows. If all goes according to plan, the show will be the first live show since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic.
The members of the Easton Arts Council look forward Continue reading “Easton Arts Council Upcoming Fine Arts Show”
Pretty much anyone who knows Dolly, and most in Easton do, knows that there are no short stop-and-chats with her. The conversations will be long and Dolly will do most of the talking. Sometimes a listener will wonder where she’s going when she embarks on a magical mystery tour of Continue reading “Conversations with the Irrepressible Dolly Curtis”
March is Youth Art Month. The Easton Arts Council is proud to present its Annual Youth Art Show which is now available for viewing on our website at eastonartscouncil.org.
For over 20 years, the Easton Arts Council has presented a Winter Celebration of the Arts Member Art Show and Reception. It has been one of our most well-attended events as our local artists get together on a winter’s night in January to admire (and perhaps purchase) art, meet one Continue reading “Easton Arts Council Winter Celebration of the Arts”
Although Jesse Lee United Methodist Church is currently worshipping virtually, its members have been busy behind the scenes preparing for Advent and Christmas.
Our annual Giving Tree was filled with donations of Target Continue reading “Jesse Lee United Methodist Church Prepares for Christmas”
The Easton Arts Council was founded almost 25 years ago by a group of concerned citizens who felt that there was a need for an arts organization in the community. An ad was put in the Easton Courier about an exploratory committee meeting and a date was set.
The first meeting was Continue reading “Encouraging Arts in Greater Easton Community for 25 Years”