Artwork Preservation Committee News
Note Cards Feature Artwork to be Preserved
As a way to raise funds for the perservation of the artwork, the committee is currently offering packs of 8 note cards with envelopes for each $15 donation to the artwork preservation project.* Two different packs are available. Each pack contains 8 note cards containing images of 4 pieces of art being preserved (2 of each) as well as 8 envelopes. Packs come in a clear cellophane wrapper.
Note cards can be purchased:
- In person - The following people have note cards:
- Jeanette Schilling - email@example.com
- Karen Cook - at Shafer MS, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Amy Krause - at Struble, email@example.com
- Via Email - Email BEF and we will arrange to get note cards to you: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Online through PayPal:
*Note: Crowdrise donations are not included in the note card program.
Art committee is on Crowdrise!
The artwork preservation committee has an online crowdfunding page, so people interested in helping can easily donate to the efforts. For more information or to see some of the artwork images, visit the Crowdrise fundraising page
Note: Donations made on the Crowdrise page are not part of the note card incentive program.
Work of art committee featured in The Midweek Wire
The artwork preservation committee's efforts and Crowdrise campaign were featured in an article by Matt Schickling
in the April 1, 2015 issue of The Midweek Wire, Bensalem edition. The article also included photos of three artwork pieces being preserved by the committee's efforts.
About the committee
Chaired by Jeanette Schilling, this committee is working to complete an inventory of the work in the high school, determining which pieces will be affected by the renovation, identifying a respectful preservation method, and raising the necessary funds for this effort.
Jeanette Schilling, Chairperson