February 8, 8:30am - 10:00am EST. Hosted at Vault Virginia
part of a series on Symmetry
About the speaker
Aaron Eichorst, originally from central Illinois, moved to Virginia in 1990 to attend Eastern Mennonite University. Aaron’s work experience includes the non-profit art gallery, Washington Project for the Arts, and People for the American Way’s arts advocacy project in our national capital. In 1998, Aaron moved to Charlottesville, VA. and began teaching Art in the public schools. He is an associate member of McGuffey Art Center, as well as former board member of Second Street Gallery. Aaron currently serves the Charlottesville City School division as Coordinator of Fine & Performing Arts which includes administering the ArtQuest program and the Reflections Regional Summer Governor’s School program. Aaron is an avid gardener (mostly natives) and lives in Belmont with his husband of 25 years.
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The Bridge PAI Fiscal Sponsor
The Bridge strengthens and enriches the community through the power of creative interaction and shared experience. We engage with a diverse and ever growing group of artists and citizens to foster a more deeply connected and robust community. To learn more about our mission and current projects, visit thebridgepai.org
New City Arts
New City Arts is a 501©3 community arts organization founded in 2009 to support artists and facilitate cultural participation in Charlottesville, VA. Working to make Charlottesville a more livable place for artists by creating connections between artists and unique audiences through creative conversations, art spaces, and community-building collaborations, New City Arts serves approximately 60 Charlottesville area artists and 6,000 audience members annually. For more information about core programs including Welcome Gallery, Charlottesville SOUP, the New City Artist-in-Residence Studio Space, Housing2Home, and more, visit newcityarts.org.
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