shop304 is a curated gallery retail shop inside CCA's Artspace 304, 304 W Walnut St, downtown Carbondale. The shop is open during gallery hours Wed-Fri and during all public events.
-----shop304 Featured Artists available at shop304 year round----
Stephanie Dukat - Carbondale, IL
Stephen Grimmer - Alto Pass, IL
Darby Ortolano - Murphysboro, IL
Lorenz Pottery - De Soto, IL
Beth & Gene Smout - Murphysboro, IL
Nadine Saylor - Carterville, IL
Natalie Joy Jewelry - Portland, OR (originally from Murphysboro, IL)
Sarah Shoot - Makana, IL
Chautauqua Design Studio, Carolyn Tschomakoff - Murphysboro, IL
Eldon Benz - Carbondale, IL
Kyle Kinser - Makana, IL
September 15, 2017 Applications forms available. Distribute FY 2018 applications to individuals and organizations on contact list and regional libraries including full year timeline and explanation about procedures. Send press release.
January 8, 2018 Public Grant Writing Application Workshop,
CCA Artspace 304, 304 W Walnut St, Carbondale, IL, time TBD
Grant writing technical assistance also available by appointment
January 15, 2018 Application Deadline- All completed applications must be submitted electronically, postmarked, or in person by this date.
January 25, 2018 Panel review
February 5, 2018 Board Approval
February 13, 2018 Award Notification
February 26, 2018 Press release – grant awards
August 31, 2018 Project Completion Deadline
September 30, 2018 Final Report Deadline
(Individual reports due within 30 days of project completion)
Requests submitted outside regular timeline may be reviewed only under extraordinary circumstances.
Carbondale Community Arts presents the Southern Illinois Arts Legacy Award annually to individuals whose character and achievements exemplify a dedication to the arts and community in southern Illinois. Its goal is to recognize patrons, advocates, teachers, community development activists, and arts practitioners of every kind. All current or past residents of the southern Illinois’ 26 southernmost counties, with the exception of current CCA board members and staff, are eligible. Posthumous nominees will also be considered.
2015 Honorees: Brent Kington, Gayle Klam, Toni Intravaia, and Edward Benyas
2016 Honorees: Bryan Kelso Crow, Mary Ellen Dillard, Ellen Spalt, and Michael Shannahan
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Join CCA on Friday, October 20th for a special reception honoring
the 2017 Southern Illinois Arts Legacy Award recipients
at 4:30 PM,
Award Presentation: 5:00 PM
at CCA's Artspace 304
304 W Walnut St in downtown Carbondale
hors d’oeuvres and libations will be served.
Musician Martin “Big Larry” Allbritton
Dance Educator Susan Barnes
Poet Allison Joseph
CCA Founding Artists Bonnie Moreno & Kathy Sanjabi
Please consider a contribution of $30 to CCA in support of thirty years of celebrating and cultivating the arts in southern Illinois.
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CHILDREN'S ART CLASSES with Carbondale Community Arts
Carbondale Community Arts will be hosting weekly art classes for children grades 1-6. Each class will focus on a specific theme or art material. The club will meet Saturday afternoons, 2 - 4 PM at Artspace304. Each class is $15, ($36 per month/3 classes) which covers the cost of art materials. Maximum 10 children per session.
Classes will be led by CCA Program Coordinator, Artist, and Art Educator, Stephanie Dukat. www.stephaniedukat.com
Nov 4 - DIY Paintbrushes & Paint -
- Makers club learn various painting techniques using handmade paintbrushes created from everyday objects. We make our own brushes then compare and contrast the difference in line, texture, and pattern. After our experiments, we will use our brushes to create colorful tempera paintings that capture expressive line and movement.
Nov 11 - Loom Weaving -
- Makers club will learn the ins and outs of weaving on our very own looms to create a circle rug. We will construct and set up our looms and then start designing.
Nov 18 - Paper Marbling & Bookbinding -
- Using the technique of paper marbling we will create unique books with our very own decorative paper.
Dec 2 - Treasure Box (part 1) -
- Looking to the artwork of Joseph Cornell, Makers will design their own treasure/memory boxes. Part one of this class, each Maker will decide on a theme or story for the box and decorate using paint, college, and markers.
Dec 9 - Treasure Box (part 2) -
Makers will create collections and tell stories through combining drawings of their own, found objects, images, and to create a collection colleges for our very own treasure boxes. We will discuss how each object or image is a small part of the overall story or theme. Makers can bring in items to add to their treasure box. We will look at Artist Joseph Cornell as inspiration.
Dec 16 - Sweet Treats -
Makers Club will take over the CCA Kitchen and learn the basics of baking and bake goods decorating. Each child will head home with a bag of sweet treat for the holiday season!