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|February 3, 2012|
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With the gallery floor work now complete, YAA will be resuming regular business hours as of Friday, February 3. Hours are 1-5 PM on weekdays and 1-3 PM on Saturdays, and the gallery is free to the public. Call 665-9754 or email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
|December 18, 2011|
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Download Registration Form Here
Deadline for teacher sign-up is November 25th, 2011! Amy at YAA will then make the Course Calendar for January-March, 2012, and we will begin advertising and signing up students at local clinics, hospitals, and health care facilities during the month of December.
Questions? Call Amy at YAA…email@example.com or 665-9754. Many, many thanks!
This is an invitation to sell your work on consignment in a gallery setting. The atmosphere of this show is festive and we ask that the price range of each work be under $100. Yankton Area Arts will handle all sales; artists are not required to be present at the gallery to sell work. The gallery will take a 30% commission for each item sold. A check will be mailed to you mid-January for all of your items sold during the event.
Yankton Area Arts will also be promoting the show on-line and through the local media outlets. Artists will be featured throughout the month on our website www.YanktonAreaArts.org , YAA Facebook page along with links to your websites for additional promotion.
If you are interested in being a part of the show, you must fill out the Holiday Show Form!! (You may either email it to firstname.lastname@example.org, or print and mail it to 508 Douglas, Yankton, SD 57078.) The deadline to return it to us is September 30, 2011! If juried in, your work must be delivered to the gallery November 4-11 between the hours of 1:00 and 5:00pm. All unsold items must be picked up January 9-13, 2012.
Download form here.
Questions? Please contact our Executive Director, Amy Miner at Yaa@iw.net or 605-665-9754!
Send resume by July 18 to:
Yankton Area Arts
3307 Mulligan Drive
Yankton, SD 57078
While Neubauer only returned to Yankton a few years ago, she has made an immediate and large impact on arts in the area.
“I am and always have been a Yankton resident, even when I wasn’t living here,” Neubauer said. “I went to grade school here, high school here and then, I went to Yankton College.”
In the mid 1990’s, while still living in California, Neubauer was invited to become a member of the Board of Trustees for Yankton College and was soon elected to be the Chair of that Board which she continues to do today.
According to a release from the Yankton Area Arts Association, “Yankton College alumni know Neubauer as the spiritual “cheerleader” for college activities, which are too many to enumerate. She has merged her areas of interest by producing, directing and performing in productions in the Y.C. Alumni Hall; she blended her interests in education and music by creating, along with the Yankton Children’s Choir Board (of which she is President) a Summer Day Camp for aspiring young singers. She celebrates the history of Yankton by telling of those who came here by stagecoach to create the religious and educational foundation of, not only the city, but also the state.”
In December of 2007 Neubauer returned to Yankton and, since then, there has been no stopping her.
“I feel like the arts have given me so much — this community has given me so much — that I need and want to give back,” she said.
Neubauer who has been a life long teacher fell in love with theater while attending Y.C. From those first plays performed in Yankton, she went on to become a member of the Vanguard Theatre Group. In 2000 she returned to Yankton and did a summer performance of “The Curious Savage” at the Lewis & Clark Playhouse at the lake. Along the way she received awards for her acting skills, building a resume’ of over 100 professional productions. Since returning to Yankton she has once again been active in LCTC and in doing productions through Yankton College.
She is on the Center Board and helps organize activities there. She is active in the First United Methodist Church, singing in the choir, reading from the pulpit and creating family activities for the Evangelism Committee. She belongs to the Yankton Women’s Club and entertains there with humorous sketches. She sings with various groups at the local care centers, serves on the Community Liaison Board for the Federal Prison Camp, is a member of the Retired Teachers group, volunteers for Yankton Area Arts, and has just been elected to the Board for the Cramer-Kenyon home. With all of this (and more) she manages to spend at least 30 hours per week working on her Y.C endeavors, all the while being grateful for the community to which she has returned.
“Neubauer is an amazing advocate for the arts in Yankton,” said Pam Meylor, executive director of Yankton Area Arts. “For all of these reasons and more we are privileged to have Neubauer as our 2010 Arts Advocate of the Year.”
Oneten Fine Art Inc located at 213 West Third Street Yankton.
Show opens Saturday March 6th 1-3 pm and runs through the 3rd of April.
Prizes awarded for best of show, second and third place. Artwork may be sold by students.
Size is restricted to 4″ x 4″ any medium.
No signature on the front
The following information on a separate piece of paper fastened to the back name, address, phone.
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Any questions please feel free to ask. I will be out of town February 12-22.