NEW – RED BARN ARTIST SERIES

Since we are unable to have the 46th Red Barn Arts and Crafts Festival, we will be offering the “Red Barn Artists Series” this year, which will blend the festival with our Lunch and Learn series. We will be hosting a Lunch and Learn type of presentation, without the lunch, by Red Barn vendors throughout the upcoming year.

Jeanne Scott Zumwalt from Gone to Pot Studios will be presenting Monday, October 27th at 1 p.m. in the Gaber Gallery at the Sue Ross Arts Center. Reserve your spot for the presentation by emailing kirksvilleart@gmail.com or calling 660-665-0500.

Jeanne’s work will be on display and available for purchase on the first floor of the Sue Ross Art Center from October 12th through November 10th.

NEW – Red Barn Artist Series

Since we are unable to have the 46th Red Barn Arts and Crafts Festival we will be offering the “Red Barn Artists Series” this year, which will blend the festival with our Lunch and Learn series.
We will be hosting a Lunch and Learn type of presentation, without the lunch, by Red Barn vendors throughout the upcoming year.

The Splintered Spool will be our first presenters. Quilter Andrea O’Brien and woodworker, John O’Brien will speak on Monday, August 31st at 1 pm in the Gaber Gallery at the Sue Ross Arts Center. You can attend in person or online. Seating for the live presentation will be limited. Reservations must be made for both the live and online presentation. Call Lindsay at 660.665-0500 or visit https://kirksvillearts.org/redbarnartistseries/ to make your reservation.

John and Andrea will bring an array of items for sale that they typically would have sold at Red Barn. These items will be available for purchase at the Sue Ross Arts Center from August 31st until September 12th.

Farewell and Thank You Judy!

Today we are celebrating Judy’s 17 years of outstanding service and commitment to the Kirksville Arts Association as Executive Director with a RETIREMENT CARD SHOWER. Judy plans to begin spending more time participating in art activities, and less time administering art activities beginning June 30th.

Judy has always had an interest and love for the Arts and became a charter member of the Kirksville Community Chorus in 1998, which subsequently led to becoming more active with the arts community by serving as a KAA board member prior to becoming the Executive Director in 2003. Her full biography will be in the Summer 2020 Newsletter where you can read more about her interesting and varied career.

You may mail your cards to Judy Neuweg, 19248 Holly Ct Trail, Kirksville, MO 63501.