The faces of those at Trinity Living Center's adult day program are etched with years of working, loving and living. Your artistic talent is a gift, and your presence in our center will enrich the lives of our participants. We hope this experiences will enrich your life as well.
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Deadline for portrait completion is August 10, 2018
Trinity Living Center, Rowan County’s only adult day program, is gearing up for this year’s “Faces of Trinity Living”. This event brings together local artists that donate their time and talents to create portraits of the participants in the medium of their choice (watercolor, oils, sculpture, etc.). This will be our 9th year of “Faces” and each year seems to be more impressive than the last. The reactions of our participant’s family members when they are given the portraits at the closing reception are priceless.
The project is truly a labor of love for the staff of Trinity Living Center as it takes up great deal of time and resources. We host an opening reception at Waterworks Visual Arts Center, where the portraits are revealed to the families for the first time and they remain on public display for the month of October. A closing reception takes place at Trinity Living Center, where the artists give the families their portraits as an heirloom to treasure for years to come. In addition to the receptions, we have all of the portraits professionally framed and prepped prior to the beginning of the display at Waterworks. This event is widely publicized throughout Rowan County (Salisbury Post, All About Seniors, Newsletters, Facebook, etc.) and is meant to raise funds and awareness of Trinity Living Center.
Waterworks Visual Arts Center is a not-for-profit, noncollecting visual arts museum located in Salisbury North Carolina. Founded in 1959, it is one of only twelve (12) nationally accredited art museums in North Carolina. It is an exciting place where ideas, issues, and communities converge to expand traditional ways of thinking and explore the complex and unfolding patterns between artistic and cultural spheres.
Waterworks strives to be a leader and innovator in the exhibition of art and in museum education. Creative and expressive artwork from established and emerging regional and local artists are featured in three annual rotating exhibitions. The museum is open free of charge six days a week. For more information visit: www.waterworks.org