Tryon Fine Arts Center launches annual fund campaignPublished 10:12am Friday, April 26, 2013
The Board of Directors of Tryon Fine Arts Center has launched the Annual Fund Campaign with a goal of raising
$75,000 needed to support the programming and operations for the 44-year-old arts organization.
The bold campaign, launched during the Jeremy Kittel Band concert on April 18, will conclude following the Steep Canyon Rangers concert Friday, May 17.
This year’s drive, headed by TFAC Director of Development Rebecca Barnes, focuses on creating funding for the diverse programming and innovative events for all ages in the community. “Right now at TFAC there are art classes for teens, music classes on and off campus for preschoolers, writing workshops for adults, visual arts in our gallery, sculpture on our campus, Grammy winning performances on our stage and more exciting programs in the planning stages that will benefit and entertain the community,” said Barnes. “The list goes on and on because of the many donors who have been generous in helping us get halfway to our goal.”
Although admission or tuition is charged for many events at TFAC, the annual fund exists to support the ongoing operational costs of running the organization.
Tryon Fine Arts Center provides opportunities and facilities for the entire Carolina Foothills community in order to advance experience and participation in the arts. For more information or to make a contribution, call 828-859-8322 or visit www.tryonarts.org.
– article submitted by Marianne Carruth