AOTA Awarded Community Foundation Regional Impact Grant

AOTA is honored to be awarded one of only 25 Regional Impact Grants from the Community Foundation of NCW. This grant, along with its new crowdfunding component, Give NCW, will help us to continue to provide programs such as our two-year sculpture exhibit, Beauty of Bronze program and more as we make some exciting and necessary changes within our organization. Adele Wolford, founder and current president, will be passing the torch to the next generation of staff in this new phase of our organization. Your donation will help support general operations, programming and education to ensure that art remains on our avenues to be enjoyed by residents and tourists for years to come. Please consider donating – we appreciate your support! Continue reading

Work in Progress

Art on the Avenues is pleased to present its new website. It is, however, still a work in progress. Watch for changes coming soon:

All 88 current sculptures to be featured
New sculptures in the 2016 exhibit
More artist info.
New QR program

We hope our new site will reflect AOTA’s pride in our heritage, desire to sustain and expand our current programs, and of course, commitment to art and art education in our community.

Stanley Lifetime Achievement Award

Adele Wolford, the founder and force behind Art on the Avenues, was awarded a 2015 Stanley Lifetime Achievement Stanley Lifetime Achievement Awards 2015Award in the volunteer division. These awards were designed in 2002 to honor the life-long arts and culture commitment of Mr. Bob Stanley. Terry Valdez recieved the award in the professional division. The awards were given at the Numerica Festival of Trees “Holiday Spice” concert at the Numerica PAC on November 19. Adele’s energy and commitment to the arts are the sustaining force behind Art on the Avenues and we are all grateful for her contributions.

 

Stanley Lifetime Achievement Award announcement

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