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2017 Crafting - A - Future Exhibition
Crafting-A-Future is a mentoring program for teens interested in pursuing serious work in the arts, with a focus on contemporary craft. Students from throughout the St. Louis region (grades 9-12) receive instruction, mentorship, and guidance in planning for higher education and careers in the arts. Students develop technique and concepts, exhibit their work, and build a portfolio in preparation for post-secondary education.
Craft Alliance thanks the following for providing major support for this program: The Brian S. Voorhees Scholarship Fund, established by Keith R. Manzer, Chris & Martha Altvater, Gloria Attoun & Michael Bauermeister, Roseann Weiss & Harper Barnes, Crystal & John Beuerlein, Meri Ellen Brooks Taylor & Nigel Taylor, Sheila & Steven Burkett, David Charak, Geneveive Cortinovis & Tom Schmidt, Linda & David D'Agrosa, Jeanne Dee, Gayle & Michael Eastman, Sara & Fred Epstein, Jill Petzall & Claude Evans, Susan Feigenbaum & Jose Pepose, Lynn & Vincent Ferrari, Peg Fetter, Sarah Smith & Richard Fleming, Candace & Tim Flynn, Carlene & Ed Fullerton, Lisa Melandri & Jordan Gaunce, Judy Glik & Harvard Muhm, Suzanne Gundlach of Inicio LLC, Lynn & Bryan Hargiss, Micaela Hasenmueller, Patricia & Kit Heffern, Jessica Holzer, Amy & Everett Johnson, Mary Judge & Gyo Obata, Betty Kagan, Peggy & Lee Kaplan, Julia Koelsch & Ken Moire, Nancy & Ted Koplar, Vicki Sauter & Joe Martinich, Patricia Whitaker & Dick Miles, Carissa & Matt Minder, Gary Passanise, Carrie & Bill Polk, Janet & Todd Purdy, Pat Rich, Christin & Sir Whittman Rogers, Helen & Julian Seeherman, Patty & Tony Sgroi, Sarah Thomasson, Elizabeth Tucker, Catherine Voorhees, Mary Walsh, Erin Waters Ryan, Diane Zebell
For more information, call (314) 534-7528