donald j stastny
Messages in Bronze
Opening Reception Thursday March 5, 5:30-7pm
call to artists
Something to Hold
The month of April at Art Adventure Gallery will Feature art inspired by the book, “Something To Hold” by Katherine Schlick Noe as part of the 12th annual Jefferson County Community Read.
Something to Hold is a remarkable true story of prejudice and courage told through the eyes of eleven-year-old Kitty, a white girl whose family moves to Warm Springs Indian reservation in 1962. Kitty gets a rough and friendless start at school but soon sees, for the first time, the injustice regularly meted out to her Indian classmates, and recognizes that the ugly stereotyping she hears from outsiders is far from the truth.
We all share a desire to belong, and to feel connected. This book opens the door for a wonderful opportunity to discuss who we are and what we hold from our culture and our childhood that might shape how we think about others.
- Opening Reception: Thurs. April 2nd 5:30-7pm
- Thursday, April 16, 2015, 5:30- 6:30 PM Meet and Greet the author at Art Adventure Gallery.
- Beadwork Class with Marge Kalama at Art Adventure Gallery March 11th, 2-4pm.