Monthly Archives: December 2007

Hands at work … PAA in the schools

As we complete our fall semester in-school programming, we’d like to share images of some of the hands that have been at work this semester …
Carver web projectCarver web projectCarver's David -- master of the camera shots!Artist Educator David McCullough at CarverMrs. C at Charles LakeCharles LakeLee Quinones at Lincoln-West High SchoolPrintmaking at Charles LakeDrumming with Mr. C at Charles Lake
Among our programming during this semester has been a dynamic mural installation at Lincoln-West High School; printmaking, filmmaking, creative writing, and drumming at Charles Lake; web site design at George Washington Carver; after-school programming at the CHAMPS program at Noble, Wiley, Roxboro, and Monticello schools in Cleveland Hts.; and hip-hop music writing and production workshops at Upward Bound at Cuyahoga Community College’s Metro Campus.

Looking forward to creating more exciting opportunities to see hands at work from students of all ages in 2008!

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PAA receives generous donation from Grey Colt

PAA is excited to announce that The Grey Colt in Hudson, Ohio donated $3500 to Progressive Arts Alliance today from proceeds from the shop’s recent Seventh Annual Stocking Contest. The contest featured 50 unique holiday stockings created by a variety of local artists.

Special thanks to Grey Colt owner Katie Coulton for selecting Progressive Arts Alliance as this year’s beneficiary of the annual event.

Please support the Grey Colt! To learn more about the store, visit

Read more about the stocking contest here.

To make your own tax-deductible donation to support PAA’s educational programs, click here.

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