The Lachenmeyer Arts Center is pleased to announce that Emily Moore has joined the board of trustees for the Lachenmeyer Arts Center.  Emily is the daughter of Bill & Carol Cubbage.  She is currently legal assistant/bookkeeper for William R. Cubbage, Lawyer and has been involved in numerous Cushing Community Theater productions.  Emily is married to J. Moore who teaches science at Cushing Middle School and coaches many sports.  Emily is succeeding her grandmother, Marian Cubbage who has served as co- trustee for over twenty-five years.

    Marian Cubbage was instrumental in planning the Lachenmeyer Arts Center, which first opened its door in May of 1984.  Marian Cubbage and Glenna Anderson were the founding co-trustees who planned and developed the Lachenmeyer Arts Center along with the City of Cushing.

     The exhibit “Etchings from the University of Central Oklahoma Art Department” will be on display September 14th through the 25th at the Lachenmeyer Arts Center.  The show includes 14 intaglio prints made by art students in the last eight years.  The prints showcase examples of etching, aquatint, chine colle’ and soft ground.  “Intaglio” is the printmaking term that encompasses all of these techniques but the generic term “etching” is more universally known.  Artists have been creating etchings since the mid fifteenth century.

      The Lachenmeyer Arts Center has sponsored the art show held in conjunction with the Festival in the Park for 21 years.  Approximately a thousand people a year attend classes, workshops or view exhibits at the Lachenmeyer Arts Center. The center is located at 700 S. Little Ave. in the Cushing Youth & Community Center.  Hours are 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. on Monday, Wednesday & Friday and 6:00 to 9:00 p.m. on Tuesday & Thursday.  For more information call Rob Smith at 918-225-7525.

     Fall art classes will begin on Monday, September 28, 2009.  Current class schedules are available at the Cushing Public Library, Cushing Chamber of Commerce & Industry, Cushing Youth & Community Center and the Lachenmeyer Arts Center.  Call 225-7525 if you would like to be added to the mailing list.

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