Pierce City Arts Festival

Fine Arts Festival at Jolly Mill Park  with 
Jolly Mill Challenge Fun Run & 5k 

Thank you Jolly Mill Park Foundation for partnering with
PCAC and for sharing the Jolly Mill Park with the 10th
annual Pierce City Arts Festival!

Thank you to everyone who helped 


make the 10th annual 


Pierce City Arts Festival a success!


See you next year!

 

THANK YOU 2018 SPONSORS!

10th Annual Pierce City 


Arts Festival at Jolly Mill Park


2018



Sponsored by Pierce City Arts 

Council (PCAC) with Jolly Mill Park Foundation



Pierce City Arts Council would like to say 

thank you to our sponsors 

of the 10th Annual Arts Festival 

April 21, 2018


Platinum 

MEA Financial


Gold

The Clay Cup


Neosho Arts Council

First State Bank



Silver


Crown Double K Realty

Monett Mufflers

EFCO

Broken Store Antiques 

Huffmaster Insurance

Old Town Pharmacy

CNB

The Cottage Art Studio 

Main Street Storage

Jolly Mill Challenge

Washburn Printing

All Things Fiber

Stanphill Sanitation

Bull Run Beef Jerky 

Affordable Propane

Edward Jones

Gary White Signs



Bronze 


Rose Cottage Salon

Price Cutter

About Anywhere Porta Potties





10th ANNUAL PIERCE CITY ARTS FESTIVAL and JOLLY MILL 5K FUN RUN
APRIL 21, 2018
JOLLY MILL PARK
FESTIVAL  8am - 5pm
WINE TASTING   10am - 5 pm

 

2nd annual Pierce City Photography Contest and Exhibit

 

10th annual Pierce City Arts Festival and 3rd annual Jolly Mill Challenge Fun Run & 5K set for April 21, 2018


Follow the 10th Annual Pierce City Arts Festival to its new location at Jolly Mill Park! Join us on Saturday, April 21, 2018, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. 


The wine and beer tasting garden will open at 10 a.m.


The Pierce City Arts Council (PCAC) has teamed up with the Jolly Mill Park Board and their 3rd Annual Jolly Mill Challenge Fun Run & 5K for a day of fun.

Fine and folk art booths along with music education and authors will line the paths by Capp’s Creek. Dunfee's Chainsaw Art from Cassville returns to the festival with demonstrations throughout the day. 


Also demonstrating will be blacksmiths and master clay sculptor Neosho native William Jeffrey Jones who will be sculpting throughout the day. Jones’ extensive career has included making action figure molds for McFarland Toys in New York City, Silver Dollar City pottery productions, professional sand sculpting throughout the nation, and much more.


 A variety of musicians will perform throughout the day at the festival including The Creek Band from Texas.

Free art workshops will be offered throughout the day at the mill for adults (children welcome if accompanied by a parent). A $5 materials fee will be charged for the Encaustics workshop by Jodie Sutton. Dr. Rebecca Burrell, Artist, and Art Educator  will offer a workshop entitled, "The Art of Living Well. Line, color, shape, texture; How we can apply them to life situations.” Terri Y Diggs will offer a Zentangle workshop, “Tangles with Teri!” A Zentangle art class where you will learn "What is Zentangle?!" along with the basics of patterning and 'tangling! Janice Courdin will also teach a simple jewelry making class.


Our popular free art booth for all ages is back! Make your own art from recyclable materials!


Don’t miss the 2nd Annual Photography Contest! 


Festival favorite, Brian's Root Beer, is back with one free root beer float per person offered from 1-2 p.m. 


Wine tasting is set for 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Keltoi and 7C’s Wineries will be joined by White Mule Distillery, featuring varieties of handcrafted moonshine, and Indian Springs Brewing Company featuring a variety of craft beers. Purchase of a $7 souvenir glass will allow you entry into the wine garden for the tasting.  You must purchase your glass the day of the festival.

The big race starts at 8:30 a.m. sharp with prizes and trophies to be announced following the event.  Register as an Individual, Family, or Team of 4. $25 registration fee if registered by April 10th includes a sport performance t-shirt. Registration fee after April 15th and day of race will be $30 (no shirt included). Family Rate: $80 for a family of 4 and $15 for each additional child. Team of 4: $80 for a group of 4. 5k runners only will be entered for team award. Rates will increase for the team and family event to $100.00 following the April 10th early registration date.  VIP: $65 which includes an armband for a biscuit and gravy breakfast, 5k/Fun Run individual event entry, and an Annual Jolly Mill and Friends Parking Pass. VIP Family: $125 which includes four armbands for 4 biscuit and gravy breakfasts, 4 event individual entries, and an Annual Jolly Mill and Friends Parking Pass.



Come share this spectacular day and truly one-of-a-kind event with us at Jolly Mill Park!!! Lots of family-friendly entertainment, music by The Creek Band, fine and folk art booths, art workshops, art demonstrations, wine tasting, homemade ice-cream, face painting, duck race,and a corn meal grinding demonstration at the Old Mill, and so much more! Follow us on our Jolly Mill Park Facebook page for updates.


Sponsors for this family fun event are the Pierce City Arts Council (PCAC) and the Jolly Mill Park Board. Admission to the 10th Annual Pierce City Arts Festival is free with free parking all day at Jolly Mill. Jolly Mill Park is located at. 21262 Jolly Mill Lane near Pierce City, Missouri. For information contact Pierce City Arts Festival Coordinator Becky at 417-489-3041 or visit our website at piercecityartsfestival.webs.com.


DRAW PIERCE CITY 2018 WINNERS!


DRAW PIERCE CITY 2018
WINNERS
Sponsored by the Pierce City Arts Council (PCAC)


JUDGE, Jeffrey Jones


Artists Reception: March 20, 2018, 4-6 p.m.
at the Pierce City Branch Library. Everyone is welcome.
Refreshments will be served.


All entries (winning and non-winning) will be on display at the reception.

Winning entries will be on display in the library on March 21st through April 20th.

_____________________________
Draw Pierce City 2018


(PRIDE OF PIERCE CITY)
CATEGORY WINNERS


2nd-3rd Grade: Holden Garner
4th-5th Grade: Layton Mack (St. Mary’s)
6th-8th Grade: Landon Flynn
9th-12 Grade: Mariah Halstenberg
ADULT: Bryce Garner


LIBRARIANS' CHOICE
Carolyn Dean, Assistant Librarian, Pierce City Branch Library and Becky Mayberry, Assistant Librarian, Pierce City Branch Library

CENTRAL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Annabel Garner, 4th grade
PIERCE CITY MIDDLE SCHOOL
Olivia Stanphill, 7th grade
ST. MARY'S SCHOOL
Kendra Abramovitz, 8th grade
PIERCE CITY HIGH SCHOOL
(tie)
Kaitlyn Breazzael, 11th grade
Grace Haase, 12th grade



GRADE LEVEL WINNERS


2ND GRADE
1st: Holden Garner (2nd-3rd Grade Category winner)
2nd: Katy Leavitt
3rd: Baleigh Mast


3RD GRADE
1st: Cruz Torrez (St. Mary’s)
2nd: Molly Leavitt
3rd: Kate Beard (St. Mary's)


4th GRADE
1st: Addison Avondet (St. Mary's)
2nd: Jack Parrigon
3rd: Liliana Lasker


5TH GRADE
1st: Layton Mack (4th-5th Grade Category winner)
2nd: Gregory Brown
3rd: Ayla Renkoski


6TH GRADE
1st: Jayden Talbert
2nd: Jasmin Garrett
3rd: Shaye Prater


7TH GRADE
1st: Kristine Haase
2nd: Claudia Crowell (St. Mary’s)
3rd: Sierra Leavitt


8TH GRADE
1st: Landon Flynn (6th-8th Grade Category winner)
2nd: Jocelyn Fischer
3rd: Levi Cooper (St. Mary’s)


NO 9TH GRADE ENTRIES

10TH GRADE
1st: Hannah Bennett
2nd: Melody Anderson
3rd: Luke Waylon Pierce


11TH GRADE
1st: Marie Leavitt
2nd: Jessica Spencer
3rd: Kendyl Hayward
HM: Baleigh Eaton


12TH GRADE
1st: Mariah Halstenberg (9th-12 Grade Category)
2nd: Ty Roethemeier
3rd: Aliyah Raley


 

THANK YOU SPONSORS OF THE 2017 ARTS FESTIVAL
9TH ANNUAL PIERCE CITY ARTS FESTIVAL
at Jolly Mill Park

 

JOLLY MILL PARK
31630 Jolly Mill Drive, Pierce City, MO 65723

31630 Jolly Mill Dr, Pierce City, MO 65723
 

PCAC Information

The Pierce City Arts Council (PCAC) was established in 2009. We sponsor an annual arts festival featuring artists, authors, and vendors from Pierce City and the surrounding area. Elements of the festival include artist booths, wine tasting, free art workshops for adults and children, and free root beer floats. PCAC also sponsors an annual art competition for Pierce City students and adult artists. The contest requires participants to draw or depict a subject from Pierce City, past or present.
 
PCAC's Mission Statement:
The Pierce City Arts Council was established by local artists and volunteers to promote the arts in Pierce City, Missouri. The mission of PCAC is to encourage community connections through the arts by providing a supportive environment for awareness, appreciation, and participation.

2016 Pierce City Arts Festival

GREAT FESTIVAL! THANK YOU TO EVERYONE WHO HELPED, ATTENDED, ENJOYED, CREATED, ATE A BRAT, DRANK SOME WINE, WALKED A DOG, OR OTHERWISE SUPPORTED US AT THE 8TH ANNUAL PIERCE CITY ARTS FESTIVAL!

 

CLICK HERE for a great story about the Pierce City Arts Festival!


http://resortsandlodges.com/travelblog/b/pierce-city-arts-festival/

 
 

Draw Pierce City 2015

Artist Reception

Pierce City, Library



CLICK HERE FOR PHOTOS FROM THE ARTIST RECEPTION FOR 

DPC 2015

Katherine (Katie Still) was the 2016 recipient of Brian Andelin Memorial Pierce City  Arts Council Art Scholarship in the amount of $500.

PHOTOS OF THE 2015 PIERCE CITY ARTS FESTIVAL, MAY 16, 2015. Go to the photo gallery page for photos from the 2015 festival


OR CLICK THE LINK FOR FESTIVAL PHOTOS ON FACEBOOK


https://www.facebook.com/kristin.nama/media_set?set=a.10205251903316259.1073741917.1206973069&type=3

Stop by the Pierce City Branch Library to see the mural, "Pierce City Remembered." Sponsored by the Pierce City Arts Council (PCAC). Mural created by artist Sherry Pettey, who donated her time and talents.


 

Contact

PIERCE CITY ARTS COUNCIL (PCAC)


c/o 302 Oakwood, Pierce City MO 65723




E-mail: [email protected]



or





PIERCE CITY ARTS COUNCIL (PCAC)


PRESIDENT AND FESTIVAL COORDINATOR 


BECKY GOLUBSKI


417-489-3041


E-mail: [email protected]



 

Copyright 2017, All rights reserved

10TH ANNUAL PIERCE CITY ARTS FESTIVAL


APRIL 21, 2018


JOLLY MILL PARK


8 a.m. - 5 p.m.

 

Last year, creative minds 😉 merged two incredible events, the Annual Pierce City Arts Festival & the Jolly Mill Challenge - Fun Run & 5K, to create ONE EPIC EVENT at Jolly Mill Park!!! Nearly 300 racers and over 35 local artists and booths!
This year, we proudly present 5K & FESTIVAL 2018 at Jolly Mill Park!!! 


#TheBiggerTheBetter
#SaveTheDate #OneEvent #OneDayONLY
#JollyMillChallenge #PierceCityArtsFestival #Merge#5KAndFestival2018

 

JOLLY MILL PARK

31630 Jolly Mill Drive

Pierce City, MO 65723

MEET JEFFREY JONES!

Jeffrey Jones was our judge for Draw Pierce City 2018. He will be demonstrating sculpting at the 10th Annual Pierce City Arts Festival on April 21, 2018 at Jolly Mill Park.


Born in 1961, Jeffrey has been a working artist for over 30 years, with extensive experience as a production potter and commercial sculptor for the gift, architec- tural ornament, and toy industries. 

He established his own pottery studio in 1986, but worked full-time as a production potter for Silver Dollar City in Branson, MO until the mid-1990s. During this time, he was also sculpting prototypes for the gift and architectural ornament industries.

Employed as a staff sculptor for McFarlane Toys from 2000-2005, he sculpted action figures for many of the most popular movie properties such as the Terminator
and The Matrix, as well as dozens of other properties in the movie, television, gaming, music, and sports genres. After McFarlane, Jeffrey sculpted prototypes for several other toy companies, producing toys and collectible figures for popular properties such as Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Resident Evil, Pirates of the Carribean, Battlestar Galactica, Stargate Atlantis, Sin City, Child's Play, 
among many others.

That experience is a powerful tool with which Jeffrey develops his own concepts and ideas into fine sculptural works under his own name.  

Jeffrey and his wife own The Clay Cup - A Coffee Pottery in Neosho, Missouri, where he teaches as well as creates his pottery and exquisite figurative sculptures in clay. 

The Clay Cup and studio are open to the public.

“I have devoted a huge portion of my life to clay that has been transformed by the fire of a kiln, resurrecting the plastic medium into a state not far-removed from its earlier form as a rock formation. Modeled directly by my hands, these clay sculptures emerge from the dust of the earth combined with water and bound by fire, becoming entities whose visual essence for that moment is captured permanently, demanding that we consider their existence here in our world.”