Art: The Art of Giving" by Glorie Iaccarino PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Narveen Aryaputri   
Monday, 09 July 2012 13:22
The Institute for Cultural and Healing Traditions, Ltd.

Art: The Art of Giving

Independent Scholars' Evenings presentation is by Glorie Iaccarino. 
will be 
Presenting the benefits of Public Art and the Art of Giving with the purpose to
expose, engage, educate and enlighten public. 
She will be 
Discussing views on the value of art metaphorically and financially. Also,
proposing the idea that because it is “free” it does not have a lesser value. 
During the evening, she will be Introducing the PaperGirl project from Berlin,
Germany. This movement has grown worldwide and soon will be our first local
event Papergirl Quad Cities.


Freedom and Censorship with Art
Getting art into public places
Art in community engagement and sustainability
The benefits of Art giving
Function of Art

About the Presenter:

Glorie Iaccarino is a Quad Cities area artist and educator who has spent over
twenty years advocating, creating, and promoting art as way to educate,
enlighten and entertain the community. She currently works as a facilitator with
the Eco Arts Council of the Quad Cities and formerly was the Director of The
Quad City Girl Power! Club. She has provided programs and events such as
“Celebration of Woman”, “The Mobile Art Clinic”, and served as a contributing
editor with an Eco page with Families First Magazine and as co-host educator
with the “Art with Mr. I” art lesson series on WQPT. From public school
classrooms, local libraries and area non-profit youth serving organizations, Ms.
Iaccarino shares her love, passion, and respect for art as a way of living
promoting the philosophy that there is “Art from Life and Life from Art”.

Independent Scholars Evenings. 7.00 pm 
2nd fl of The Moline Commercial Club
Doors open at 6.30 pm. 

1530 Fifth Avenue. Moline. Illinois. 61265, above the Phoenix Fine Art gallery. 
wine, beverages and light hors devours are provided. 

The Independent Scholars Evenings are sponsored by The Institute For Cultural
and Healing Tradition, Ltd. a 501(c)3 at State and Federal levels since 1996
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