P O Box 872 New London, NH 03257
Executive Assistant: Nicole Southworth
Jean Cronin Connolly-Chairman - New London
Sandy Wells-Recording Secretary- North Sutton
Carol Belliveau-Workshop Coordinator-Sutton
Elizabeth D'Amico-Visual Arts Coordinator-Springfield
Joan Doran-Literary Arts Coordinator-New London
Sue Elliott-Scholarships-New London
Janet Miller Haines-Development-New London
Barbara Hunting-Micro Galleries- Andover
Joan Kinne-Membership- Grantham
Julia Pierce-Marketing-New London
Colleen Reynolds-Publicity- New London
Susie Lowe Stockwell-Development-Sutton
Elizabeth Tine-Volunteer Coordinator-New London
Catherine Todd-Events-New London
Debbie Campbell, Larry Chase, Lisa Correa, Mary Gerakaris, Kathy Lowe Bloch, Anna Miner, Tom Pirozzoli, Ken Schuster, Deirdre Segerson, Jim Sims, Kay Steen, Dianalee Velie, Jennifer Vitiello, Janie Webster, Roger Wells, Lucy Miller Young
become a Member!
We depend on you to help keep the arts alive and flourishing in the Lake Sunapee Region.
Please join us in these endeavors by sending in your tax-deductible contribution today.
Become a member today and receive these benefits:
Discounts on CFA Events
Advance Invitations to the CFA Members events
5% discount on any painting exhibited in the Micro Galleries
10% off 2 tickets to a NL Barn Playhouse performance
Artists receive a free listing image and link on CFA Website
The arts are an essential component of our greater community and it is up to organizations, such as the Center for the Arts, to facilitate sustainable partnerships with both other organizations and artists in our region. It is these private and public partnerships that create the collaborative platform which enhances and strengthens our Art and Cultural offerings and regional desirability. We are a small organization with a big vision. We welcome your ideas and encourage your partnership though communication, membership and volunteering. We act as a centralized source of information for regional cultural events We seek out artists and help them find a voice before the public We collaborate with other organizations to increase public awareness of their art and cultural programs and help support them We create events and programs to enhance existing venues and we experiment with new ones We expand existing educational opportunities
“To enrich the quality of life in the Lake Sunapee Region by supporting and promoting the arts.”
How do we do this?
Our volunteer base is growing at a steady pace.
With this growth, we have been able to accomplish more, and have a larger impact upon our community.
The Center for the Arts Welcomes your involvement.
To Volunteer, please email us!