As a teaching and mentoring Club we encourage development and exploration of all media of art.
Watercolour, acrylic, oil, pastel and coloured pencil, along with developing sketching and drawing skills, are often taught by member artists. Classes by invited non-member instructors teaching day sessions occur frequently.
The mission of the Gimli Art Club is to foster and promote the spirit of art in the community by educating and participating in community activities along with exhibiting art to the public.
A member's primary residence must be in the Interlake area. If you find yourself in the Interlake Phone Book, you generally qualify.
Annual Dues are $90.00 payable in September on Registration Night. The Fall Workshop Schedule is released at this time. (Watch this web site for details as the date approaches.)
Members are required to volunteer limited time thru the summer months, assisting with our Gallery operations. As a non-profit organization, members are asked to assist in the operation of the Club and volunteer for Committees and Executive positions. A member can explain in more detail what is involved.
The Membership Application Form will further expand on member responsibilities and we are happy to answer your questions.
While a member, you may attend workshops at a reduced cost and utilize any of the workshop areas.
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- All members share the responsibility for their Club, and will be expected to contribute effort and time to its operation.
- The creative efforts of all Club members and other participants will be shown respect.
- The Club will work cooperatively and positively with other groups and institutions in the community.
Original stained glass designs, fused glass works, original jewelry designs, batik, photography are part of our Gallery displays. We have a pottery/sculpture room with wheels and kilns and an in-house instructor, Rose Marie Hess, that will introduce you to these media. Our members are constantly fine tuning their own unique talents and encourage others to try new experiences with different and mixed media. Often artists work at the Club during daytime hours and we like to speak with the public about what we offer new members.