The GFWC Morrow Civic Woman’s Club Arts & Culture Community Service Program (CSP) encourages members to promote, support, and engage in arts activities in our schools, community, and individual lives. It is designed to inspire us as clubwomen to participate more in our own world of art as well as to share art with those around us. It can be as simple as taking a photograph or it can reach further to teaching an art class. Art is an amazing tool, it can save a life. We at Morrow Civic Woman’s Club understand this and share the gift of art as much as we can.
- Share art with those who may not have access to it; from classrooms, a domestic violence shelter and individuals in need.
- Encourage visiting and attending local, national, and international plays, concerts, and museums , art fairs and shows.
- Support local art initiatives, including local art shows and MCWC member work.
Last year, the Arts & Culture CSP found numerous ways to incorporate arts activities in the lives of our members and especially in the community. From visiting and attending local, national, and international plays, concerts, and museums to supporting a local artist / member’s solo art show, as well as, performing artists, and arts teachers. We also taught art classes at Haven House, a domestic violence shelter. Our club’s presence raised public awareness and recognized young talent.
A special past project took place when the Arts and Conservation Community Service Programs joined together at Haven House, a domestic violence shelter, for a nature art day. We made terrariums, seed bombs, and painted sticks.