OCAF Seeking Part-time Program Assistant
OCAF is now looking for a part-time Program Assistant to join the OCAF Staff. If you are interested in learning about this part-time position please click here for the job description/application form.
Georgia Small Works Applications Now Available!
To view & print the Georgia Small Works 2016 prospectus and exhibit submssion form, click HERE!
Directors ReportBelow you'll find the most recent Directors Report. This report is given to the OCAF Baord of Directors each month prior to the Baord meeting.
Current Membership Totals - 399
Last Month’s Totals - 391
1902 OCAF Center —
Oconee Historical Society: Third Monday of each Month 6-8 PM
Perspectives Committee: Second Monday at 6 PM
School St. Studios —
OCAF classes begin September 6th.
Rocket Hall —
Perspectives GA Pottery Invitational
Opening Reception: Aug. 26, 6-8 PM
Georgia SMALL Works
October 7 through November 12, 2011
Drop off of artwork is September 30 through October 1, 10 AM to 4 PM.
OCAF Art Education —
17 new art classes/workshops have been posted to the web-site. Pamphlets of the information will be developed and printed in time for Perspectives Opening Reception!
Marketing & Communications
OCAF Artists Data Base —
The Artist Data Base is up and running now (finally) and anyone who wants to add their information is encouraged to do so (see link below) and please tell any friends you have that are artists that this a new membership benefit. I received one comment that the menu link should be moved, and I agree it will take a little time to do that though, but I’m planning on making it its own menu link at the top of the page!
John & Becky Quackenbush —
John Q. renewed his OCAF sponsorship of $2,500 on July 27th and gave us $600 for a window to be placed in him and his wife’s name.
American Craft Week —
I’ve been able to steer this committee to develop a marketing program that consists of postcards and posters and have been drafted to do the layout for this material and am hoping these efforts with this committee will bear fruit over time and we can build the American Craft Week interest in Oconee County.