Join/Support The Fine Line
Fine Line Creative Arts Center provides instruction, exploration, and appreciation
of traditional and contemporary fine arts and crafts in an inspirational natural setting.
• Provide guest artist workshop to excited students
• Unite creative teachers with creative students on campus for classes
• Upgrade Ceramics studio electricity and kilns
• Surprise the Fox Valley that we have been here since 1986 when coming
in for the first time down new driveway.
• Build new ceramics storage shed
• Redesign Raku Area
• Host an excited group at Bricks & Brats – the ribbon cutting
• Have record attendance for Uncommon Threads at the Q Center
• Continue outreach programs and opportunities
• Instruct over 1100 students
Still to complete:
• Lower our debt
• Cover our overhead
2013 has been quite the exciting and challenging year but we still have 2 boxes to check. As you can see, we have moved mountains (of dirt literally) and have made great strides in being visible and recognized for providing quality art education. As you know, Fine Line is a 501(c)(3) not for profit organization and though we are moving in the right direction, we still need your help!
Although we have seen growth in membership and tuition, these still do not cover the expense of operating all the studios on our campus. Because we are dedicated to providing fully equipped studios and rewarding art experiences, our gas and electric bills alone can be upwards of $18,000.00 annually!
Therefore, your gift, no matter the amount, adds up and collectively we can cover our day-to-day expenses and meet our annual appeal goals.
Our annual appeal this year will run from November 15th through December 31st. We’re excited by what we can do together in the coming year. Please join us in supporting the arts and education at Fine Line!
With Sincere Thanks,
Lynn Caldwell and Fine Line Creative Arts Center Board of Directors
Sue Peterson, Sue Watkins, Sister Judith Niemet, John Blieszner, Anne Becker, Becky Blaine, Sister Mary Boyd, Lance Guetschow, Ellen Ljung, Tom Mahaffey and Dan Winslow
Fine Line Creative Arts Center is a 501(c)(3) Not For Profit Organization. Contributions are tax-deductible as permitted by law.