January 25, 2022 Joseph Ruano

Girdwood A Sense of Place

The creation of the calendar, Girdwood Sense of Place, took the student artists to places within the Heritage Corridor where they were lead by their art instructors to make illustrations of the environment, flora and fauna, built structures and historic places. To give this project the most public exposure and the the widest circulation possible: 64 calendars were given to Arts Camp students and their families, 25 were given to KMTA for on line sales, 25 were given to the Girdwood Visual Arts Center for sale, 20 were given to companies, foundations and individuals who donated money or time to the Camp, 10 were given to the Four Valleys Community Schools, 15 were given to businesses or public offices where their placement would be of high visability i.e. The Girdwood Clinic waiting room, The Girdwood School, Spoonline Restaurant, the Girdwood Parks and Recreation office, the Gerrish Branch Library, Alyeska Bake Shop, La Bodega.