"Your time is the most valuable gift you can give."
After just joining the PVAC Gallery Committee at the end of 2011, Arlene agreed to co-curate The Art of the Rydell Fellowship 2006-2009 that took place in January and February of 2012. Together with Helene Woolsey, co-curator, and working with Judy Stabile as their mentor, an exciting and successful exhibit was produced.
Arlene had been "coming to PVAC exhibits for years." She brings a wealth of experience to us, including serving on the board of the Santa Cruz Cultural Council for seven years. Now, motivated by our mission statement "bringing the community together through the arts" as well as by the other enthusiastic and energetic Gallery Committee members, Arlene is an active and dedicated volunteer. Thank you Arlene!
|Kristin Hayward |
Kristin Hayward, A PVAC volunteer since the gallery was located in the Porter Building in Watsonville, served actively on our Gallery Committee for three and one half years, participating in all of our exhibits. Kristin has retired from the Gallery Committee, but continues to create the beautiful floral arrangements for the entrance hall to welcome guests to each new exhibit.
Volunteers are the lifeblood of every thriving, successful non-profit organizatio
n. If you can contribute one to three hours a month, or be available to help with mailing productions or receptions, you will be welcome and much appreciated. Please contact Bev Moore, 688-4883. Thank you!