VERO BEACH — Vero Beach Art Club’s scholarship chairman, Dawn Mill, presented Alexis Paul with a $3,000 scholarship from the Club on May 24, during Scholarship Day.
The other three scholarship recipients were Emily Wake, Brianna Brodeur and Finnigan Barrett from Indian River Charter High School. They were presented their scholarship awards from the Vero Beach Art Club earlier in the month.
The Vero Beach Art Club, formed in 1936, is celebrating its 80th year as an independent, non-profit organization serving its members and the Vero Beach art community through education, exhibitions, social events and monthly meetings with special programs and guest artists. The public is welcome to attend monthly meetings.
Vero Beach Art Club’s mission is to foster appreciation of art and artistic growth through exhibitions and educational opportunities for its members. To extend cultural enrichment to the community at large by exhibiting our artists’ works at public locations in various venues around Indian River County to stress the value and importance of art in the world. To offer scholarship opportunities to students who wish to study art or go on to colleges for art related courses and help financially support art programs through our schools and recreation department art programs. To encourage and support both appreciation and creation of fine art.
To learn more about club activities, meetings and membership please click on verobeachartclub.org for further information.
The Club office is located in the Vero Beach Museum of Art on Riverside Drive and is open every weekday, except holidays from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and closed one hour daily for lunch.