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P.O. Box 1044
Jacksonville, NC 28541
The Guild takes on many opportunities to further the arts in our community. Please feel free to contact us if you see anything you'd like to be involved in!
Lets Make PLARN (plastic yarn)
Free to attend. Creating to reimagine plastic bags helps our whole community ! And it is fun to create with like-minded individuals. All supplies are provided
We are looking for volunteers to turn plastic bags into yarn and if PLARN sparks your interest
there are weaving opportunities as well. Come and go as your schedule permits.
Location: First Christian Church, 124 Trott Road, Richlands. Enter in the second drive way and look for our Making PLARN sign.
Hours for the Saturday dates are 11am to 4pm
Sunday dates the hours are 12:30pm to 4pm
Paramedics of Onslow County accepted our Plastic Mats made from grocery bags for the homeless they encounter in Onslow County. They also shared information and explained how proactive they are in our community.
Art Camps for Kids
Our Guild loves the opportunity to encourage students to create and our themed Art Camps provides ways for students to express their talents.
Art Break Day
Art Break Day is when the whole world can stop and make art! Our guild sets up fun projects at local shops like Fireflies Pottery Studio and throughout the day, our volunteers assist members of our community with making art with the supplies we provide, at NO cost to the community!
County Fair Exhibits
The Coastal Carolina Arts & Crafters Guild participates in county fairs by preparing and exhibiting educational booths to inform and encourage our community to learn more about what they can do to repurpose items to help save our planet
Upcycle project kits made available for free to everyone interested in trying something new, to encourage recycling and to inspire reimagining items they would typically toss in the trash. Separate work stations under a large tent, offering different projects the entire event.
Trinity Center Retreat August 11th 2015
Our Annual Meeting / Retreat at the Trinity Center. We reminisced and discussed where we could go from here... taking baby steps. I am most grateful for the supportive, creative, generous individuals that have come our way. Thank you. (missing from photo is Donnie McAvoy)
PolyFest July 24th and 25th 2015
Coastal Carolina Artists & Crafters Guild and Guild members participated as vendors at the 2015 Polynesian Festival!
Mosaic Class July 11th 2015
Here are some fun photos of the Mosaic workshop fundraiser that CCACG put on that took place on Saturday July 11th at Peter Rulon's Studio. Thank you so much for the good times and great instruction from Robert Greer!
Spring Break Art Camp March 30th - April 2nd 2015
The theme of the Spring Break Art Camp was Woodland Fairies. Kids made fairy houses, transportation, services, and the fairies themselves, an ogre mine, waterfall, rivers, roads, and crowns for themselves over the course of 1 fun-filled creative week at the Onslow Pines Park.
February 16, 2015 Art Camp
Painted chairs for Chair-ity was the featured project at the Feb 16 Art Camp at Onslow Pines Park. Students learned to work as a team on a chair, they created paper beads for bracelets and necklaces, the minion snack jars were definitely one-of-a-kind, mosaics using egg shells glistened with metallic paint, the origami dragonfly took on different colors using magazine pages, and the stories written by the students about their day was enlightening.
The wonderful volunteers that made this Art Camp a success beginning with the donation of chairs from Nadine Miller & Nancy Lloyd, the set up by Andrei Yournet and Rhonda Hallet. During the full day we had very patient and caring volunteers: Adriana and Euphony(sp?) along with Brook and Brianna. Rhonda Hallet did an amazing job with opening exercise and kept the ball rolling with filler projects during the day. She mastered the origami dragonfly -- that saved the afternoon along with writing a story about their day. Great job.
The painted chairs will be sealed with Polyacrlyclic and then delivered to the Arts Council for the fund raiser Chair-ity which takes place on April 18 during Art Block
Look forward to seeing you all again
Donation of 50 Paper Seed Hearts- Feb 5th, 2015
Bras for a Cause Brunch Sept 27th, 2014
The Coastal Carolina Artsists and Crafters Guild is proud to be a part of Bras for a Cause. Anyone- artist or not- can create a bra that is donated to the guild, and then voted on at events or sold, and all profits are given to Southeastern Cancer Care. These photos are from an auction we hosted. We reached out for survivors to be models, who wore all black with the bra over top, and they walked the runway at the Commons while guests bid on the bras and had brunch. We had our very own CCACG member Vox as DJ, Katherine Photographing, and as always, Laura behind the scenes organizing!
Sturgeon City's Earth Day Event April 22nd, 2014
The Guild volunteered to staff their Paper-making booth.
Giving Back May 29th, 2012
Laura Voss, CCACG President, presenting portion of proceeds to Patrick McGirl, President, Onslow Shrine
Laura Voss, CCACG President, presenting portion of proceeds to Sarah Wallack, President, American Legion Auxiliary