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t02 ER 4- MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 2009 ARTS & ENTERTAI!MENT Art league, community agenc]00" partner for summer art outreach progr: First State successful reach ty centers, students in This part and Action announced the letion of their summer art out- in nine communi- almost 400 was funded in Charitable the Delaware Arts. Art League's program has art classes for 12 State Community Action is positive experience Students ranged in age from 3 to 17 and did a wide variety of art projects including printmaking, mosaics, painting, jewelry and clay objects. They also learned some art history, including Van Gogh's techniques and Jackson Pollack's drip art: The supplies for these activities were paid for by the grants. The outreach program was a positive experience for the teachers as well. Art teacher Su- san Greenbaum, who taught at Division of The summer been summers ad s eagerly received the Walker Mill and Coverdale by the supervisors and students sites, said, "I personally had a at these sits. The program pro- wonderful experience with vides certi0e  art teachers and everyone I worked with. I en- supplies tq centers in some of joyed the community of helping the poorest areas of Sussex the children with collaborative County, givngJ these children an prolects." " important andlpositive art expe- Local printmaker John Murray rience. -- I" taught at the,Petown omm, u-,- The site{ included Coverdale nity Center. If any group neea- Commtmity Center, Cool Spring ed a tim, creative opportunity for Communit y Center, Slaughter participating in the arts it was Neck Coml nudity Center, Pine- this one," he said."The program town Corn mtnity Center and director there was so grateful to the Family Ot}treach Center in have an art program to help L,incoln. k ddtional sites were make the summer memorable Burton Village in Rehoboth for these children. It really Beach, Milt)n oys & Girls Club makes a difference ",m, their quali- in Milton,land the La tyoflife, he added. Casita/Geo rgd, town Elementary The Rehoboth Art League and School inG eoetown. First State Community Action ! niture, including pieces by fa- mous makers such as Stickley and Limbert. Related Mission decorative arts will also be of- fered, including art pottery and metalware. The show is held at the Re- hoboth Beach Convention Cen- ter. Hours are from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., Friday and Saturday and 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Sunday, Admis- sion is $6 per person. page 101 large of antique ster- ling silver luding flatware sets, large 9ieces, and hollowwa] including rare forms Stieff Rose Upham will also show of Mission fur- Agency hope to contin pand the program depe availability of state "Bringingart classes m experience to children out the county is cent] mission." said Art Lea ae to ex- nding on !unding. dan arts through- al to our le execu- tive director Karen McGrath. "The partnership with 1Tirst State helps us fulfill that mission." SHOWN ARE EXAMPLES of prints made by studen reach program sponsored by the Rehoboth Art League i Action Agency. SMARTER MEDIACOM MAKE HE SMART CHOICE WITH MEDIJ Call ;,diacom Digital Cable- he Home of Free H diacom VlP Online with the Fastest Downl Free Standard Instatfatio# Cape Gazette COMI D )ads 3ailing :s in the summer art out- nd First State Community Medii00