To our BarnArts Community:
Your support propels BarnArts into our 12th season of continued growth! Building Community through Art comes in the form of access and opportunity.
BarnArts is a community-supported organization, and your attendance, participation, and donations are what keep our programming successful. As well as offering local access to quality art and performances, we provide many opportunities for community members to participate through singing, acting, and back-stage work like costume design, stage managing, and tech. Local high school musicians strut their funk on stage with professional musicians at our annual Masquerade Jazz & Funk Winter Music Carnival in March, local singers and musicians perform at Winter Carols each December, and actors of all ages join in our year-round community plays, three for adults, and our highly successful Summer Youth Theater! In April 2022 we launched our Global Music Residency, providing a combination of culturally rich workshops and public performances in concert with expanded Arts-in-Education programming, now year-round!
Your involvement in BarnArts is the key to our success.
Your donations support:
- Scholarships for our acclaimed BarnArts Summer Youth Theater, performing for the 12th straight year in 2023!
- Low-cost tickets to see high-quality performances and performers in our own backyard.
- Expanded Arts-in-Education and Community Enrichment through collaborative partnerships with other local arts organizations, nonprofits, senior centers, and schools to reach a broader sector of the community with enriching arts experiences.
- Weekly community gatherings during the summer enjoying regional and touring musicians at our Feast & Field Music Series, part of Feast & Field at Fable Farm.
Please support BarnArts and let us know you value our work. BarnArts is a 501(c)(3) non-profit and all donations are fully tax deductible. Your support makes it possible!
With many thanks and best wishes,
BarnArts Board of Directors:
Annabel Cellini, Ted Donlon, Cliff Johnson, Peter Kahn, Carin Ewing Park, Deborah Rice, Stephen Stuntz