The Rudd Art Center website does and they’re hoping you will press all their buttons, too!
While perusing the ruddartcenter.org web page to look at the photos of the Member Art Show “Celebrate the Arts with a Big Bang” the artful blogger noticed some new buttons on the right hand side of the page. One was marked ‘Donations’ and the other said ‘Join or Renew / Click the Paint Splashes.’ Well, it was all rather like the bottles in Alice In Wonderland that said “Drink Me” and I had to click those buttons to see what would happen. Do you know the Rudd Art Center is now accepting credit cards to make donations and to become a member or even renew a membership? (and more buttons are coming, too!) How easy is that? All online!
That’s right. It’s now easier than ever to become a member. You can do it in your jammies while having your morning coffee or while sitting in front of the television watching the Wheel (I love that Vanna White, don’t you?). Just click the button, fill out the super simple forms and hit send. Easy-Peasy. The Dale County Council of the Arts and Humanities wants to make it easy as pie for you to support the arts by either your kind donation or better yet by becoming a member. They love new members!
Speaking of membership, if you get a chance, drop by the Ann Rudd Center on Tuesdays or Wednesdays (from 11 - 2) to view the member art. We certainly have the talent in this area. It simply must be seen and it is all for sale, too. Wouldn’t you like to have a unique piece of art or photography from a local artist hanging in your home. Here’s your opportunity to support the arts as well.
And speaking of artists, while you’re on the ruddartcenter.org web page, don’t forget to check out the artists’ pages where you will find other works by local artists. If you are a local artist and would like to display and sell your artwork there are buttons to press for that too!
So many buttons! Button, button, who’s got the button? ruddartcenter.org has them all!
Our Artists Rock!
Are you an artist and a paid member of DCCAH? If so, you qualify to have an Artist Page. Click HERE.
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