Mountain Valley Arts Council (MVAC) is excited to announce a new partnership with FNB Bank, which will ensure the funding for our 2018 concert series!
Since 1970, MVAC has sought to infuse our community with diverse cultural artistry. One way we do this is by hosting a dozen concerts through our Spring & Fall Series at Errol Allan Park. Because of partners like FNB, all of MVAC’s events are free so that everyone can enjoy them!
FNB Bank has a long history of giving back to communities. FNB opened its doors in Guntersville in October 2017 and immediately focused on improving lives and enriching communities. It truly lives up to its reputation of being a “Friendly Neighborhood Bank” and MVAC is deeply thankful for their commitment to our area and to the arts!
Join us for our Spring Concert Series on every Thursday night from 6:30-8:30pm – April 19th through May 24th!
At The Gallery
May 2 - 31
Mountain Valley Arts Council is excited to announce our May Exhibit featuring the work of Susie Garrett. The exhibit includes original drawings & sculptures. It will open on May 2nd and runs through May 31st.
Artist Susie Garrett has a wide and wildly unique range of mediums. From soft, glowing colored pencil drawings, to comical toys made from reclaimed junk, to creatively-restored furniture – everything Susie makes has a level of precision and care that stands out immediately.
“A challenge I welcome, creating unique art pieces from objects that others discard and images they overlook. My colored pencil drawings are calming, and my reclaimed furniture is green. Come see how I combine colored pencil, paints, stains, found objects and wood in my work.” – Susie Garrett
There will be an artist reception celebrating Susie Garrett’s work at the MVAC ART Gallery on May 8th from 5-7pm.
MVAC encourages you to bring some art supply donations which will be provided to county agencies such as the Crain Court Youth Center and Child Advocacy Council who work with children. The art supplies needed include scrapbook paper children’s scissors, glue sticks, markers, paint brushes, bottled paints, modeling clay, and small canvases. This continues our initiative to help spread the arts amongst the youth of Marshall County.