Praise for Evelyn Voget (Hunterdon County):
Evelyn Voget volunteered at Lester D. Wilson School last week and I just wanted to share my appreciation and successes with you about the AGTS program.
AGTS is so fun for the students, and I look forward to it every year as well! Each year the students get to experience artworks that I wouldn’t normally show them (I show a lot of contemporary work). I love how Evelyn first asks them about the artwork before sharing facts, history and fun tidbits. She is a really great speaker. She engages the students by providing activities that go beyond seeing and listening – Evelyn encourages them to seek, find, inquire, acknowledge and celebrate!
Thank you for the opportunity to have knowledgeable volunteer guests that bring art into the lives of school children!
May 2015 to Mid- November 2015
“Art Inside Out” presented by the Philadelphia Museum of Art. Enjoy high-quality replicas of artworks from the Museum’s collection in neighborhoods throughout PA and NJ.
Kick off starts in Newtown, PA on Friday, May 15, 2015 at 6pm. Members of our Council Rock Chapter will be acting as docents and will discuss the artwork in an interactive way.
- * Tune in to WCHE 1520AM on Thursday, February 19th from around 3:30-3:50pm to hear a segment on AGTS with Deborah and Dave Ehrhart (who is filling in for Martina Keogan of the West Chester Chapter). This braodcast will be the first time that the West Chester Chapter will have exposure on the radio!* Tracey is preparing an article about AGTS for WCASD which she will also submit to the Daily Local News and other local media agencies.* Below is link to the WCASD Facebook page which features a photo collage from Peg’s presentation at Westtown Thornbury last week. I encourage you to check out the page and show your support and help promote AGTS by liking, commenting, sharing, etc. the post. https://www.facebook.com/WestChesterAreaSchoolDistrict.
- Barbara Fox from the Tredyffrin/Easttown Chapter of AGTS was chosen as the artist to create the Memorial for the Victims of the Collapsed Salvation Army Store. Click here to read the philly.com article