Oil Valley Center for the Arts seeks public input on art classes

 The Oil Valley Center for the Arts needs community input about the future of Arts Council community art classes. A survey has been made by the OVAC to help gather information about potential community interests about art classes.

“So far we have gotten about 60 responses,” said Gretchen McGinley, member of the board directors for OVCA.

OVCA has not held these classes for the last several years due to diminishing community involvement.

“We have noticed the trend toward people wanting classes in the winter,” said Dan Feroz, Oil City Arts Council President.

“We need opinions so we can structure classes so they meet the needs of the community as best as they can,” said McGinley.

Those interested in participating in the survey can go to http://http://www.surveymonkey.com/r/6RYMY3. Surveys can also be found at the Transit Building.

Surveys are being accepted until the end of the month. For more information call: 518-5086.