Greetings art friends!
It’s been a long time since I’ve checked in – I’ve been very busy working full-time as the Marketing & Design Coordinator at The Food Bank of Western Massachusetts! It continues to be a rewarding experience, and I enjoy finding new ways to stretch my design skills to helping this amazing local non-profit.
Now for the big news: I have a new art studio! It’s located on the first floor of an old factory building called The Web, located on Hope Street in downtown Greenfield. I got the grand tour of the whole space – it’s amazing and old and full of promise for more artsy things on the way! I’m proud to be part of the local art scene here in Greenfield.
This space took a lot of elbow grease to get ready, but with the help of my supportive family and friends (and a lot of updates by the property owner!) I was able to move in by July. Nothing like a new coat of paint to brighten up the place!
That being said, I want you all there to help me brighten it up more!
You’re invited to an Open Studio Party
The building is fully accessible, free parking in off-street lot. Stop by Innovintage across the veranda for more local shopping! Hope & Olive is right down the street if you’re looking for delicious eats!
Quabbin Woods paintings on display through September
28 Amity Street (2nd floor, elevator available)
Part of Amherst Arts Night Plus
StART on the Street!
Sunday, September 15, 2019
11am – 6pm
Park Avenue between Highland & Pleasant Streets
What I’ve Been Up To:
I’m pleased to be part of Community Action Pioneer Valley’s new resource directory, Look4Help, available to Franklin, Hampshire, and North Quabbin residents. I helped develop their logo, web icons, and promotional materials. Congrats on a successful launch!
I’ve been working with my amazing team at The Food Bank of Western Massachusetts for a year and a half now! In that time, I’ve completed two annual reports, redesigned the quarterly newsletter, provided direct mail pieces and wide format marketing materials, just to name a few! Learn more about The Food Bank at: www.foodbankwma.org
Thank you so much for supporting me on my art journey. I’ll be sure to keep you posted now that my studio is unpacked and I’m ready to return to work. See you soon! -Sarah
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