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Village Fine Arts Association
c/o 238 N. Main St., Milford, MI 48381-1956
Susan Gollon, Executive Director - 248-421-3337
Andrea Perry, Director of new Development, 248-797-3060
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Linda Onderko, President / Agenda / Continuity
Dean Rogers, VP / Artist Presentations
Janice Dumas, Treasurer
Laura Conrad, Secretary/Artisan Newsletter/Graphic identity materials
Jan Key, Web Design/administration, Facebook
Donations and Sponsored Art Awards can be sent by letter and check or through Paypal using the Donate button below.(or direct to the president at the monthly meeting).
Annual Membership Dues: Follow the Paypal or credit card process found from the button below. Questions? Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org. Dues can also be paid at meetings and mailed.
General Meetings - see The Artisan newsletter.
Held each month, January through October, on the fourth Wednesday of the month at the new S.H.A.C.
Following business agenda, Guest Speakers give a presentation/demonstration. We have had artists, inspirational speakers, craftsmen, art business professionals, suppliers, and museum curators. If you have strong recommendation for a presenter, please contact us.
Art Programs - on the S.H.A.C. web page
Artist of the Year
Members are encouraged to bring up to two finished pieces to each General Meeting. Our Guest Speakers become jurors, and pick their favorites, and points are awarded for first, second and third place. At the end of the year, awards are presented to the top three point-earners. But beware! Points are also awarded for merely bringing in your art to share! Just bringing in two pieces each month might earn enough points for an award.
Annual Exhibits - Juried each year by various southwest Michigan established artists, teachers and scholars. Includes young artist's awards. If you would like to sponsor an award, contact Susan Gollon.
Poetry Art Night Coffee House and Exhibition - weaves poetry and art together, so words express what the artist cannot, and art expresses what words are unable. In other words, all artwork is submitted to PAN with poetry to complement the art (or art complementing the poetry). Original poems written expressly for artwork entered into PAN are entered into the Poetry Competition. It is a natural partnership the VFAA has celebrated for over 15 years.