Get to Breaking Ground!
- August 17, 2016
- Posted by: Eureka Springs School of Art
- Category: News/Blog
Hot off the pressâ€¦
Eureka Springs School of the Arts (ESSA) broke ground today to build its new Wood Studio.Â Board members and staff all showed up with shovels and cameras.Â The wood studio is a long awaited addition to ESSAâ€™s campus and a realized dream forÂ one of our founders Doug Stowe. Â Thanks to this new building ESSA will now be able to offer many new and exciting wood classes. Peggy Kjelgaard, ESSAâ€™s Executive Director, stated that architect (and Board Member) Dave McKee (and son Max McKee), along with the wisdom of Doug Stowe (ESSA Founder, Board Member, and Wood Studio expert) have been an amazing team to work with in designing the studioâ€”a dream come true.Â Â
Individuals in the photo from left to right are as follows:
Mary Springer, Doug Stowe, Bill Carmichael, Peggy Kjelgaard, Dave McKee, Elise Roenigk, Eleanor Lux, Sandra Templeton, Max McKee, Maureen Alexander, Jim McCoy, and Arlie Weems in the bulldozer.Â (Danielle James, is not in picture but behind the camera.)
See blue prints of the wood shop addition below!
Author:Eureka Springs School of Art
In the belief that art is vital to the human spirit, the Eureka Springs School of the Arts is committed to cultivate, promote and encourage artistic expression by providing art education opportunities in a unique environment of beauty and creativity.