Mission Statement

The Yeoman’s Fund for the Arts promotes and funds programs and events that strengthen the bonds of community by reaching a broad range of area residents across the generations, exposing them to artistic excellence, involving them in the creative process, and leading them to lives of greater creativity, self-expression and joy.

History

The Yeoman’s Fund was started in 2000, in an attempt to keep present in our community something like the seamless and delightful teaching of “Music Man” Bob Bates.

The Yeomen promote arts and teachers of new or expanded skill sets to area residents of all ages. Camps and workshops always culminate in a presentation to the public.

No teacher is sponsored for more than three years, but we are proud to report the spontaneous calving of several of the arts and artists featured in Yeoman camps.


Donate to the Yeoman's Fund:

The Yeoman's Fund is a registered 501(c)3 nonprofit. We are grateful for your donations, which are tax-deductible.

To discuss planned giving contact Yeoman's at 603-323-8877 or email us.

 

Mail to:

Yeoman's Fund for the Arts
PO Box 75
Center Sandwich, NH 03227


Program History:

2000

Kick-Off during Old Home Week

Readings, Music & Juggling

 

2001

Yeoman’s Chorus: Rutter Requiem with Tom Nee and Orchestra

West African Arts Festival

 

2002

Yeoman’s Chorus: Fauré Requiem & NH Composers

Vocal Camp


2003

Yeoman’s Chorus: New Vocal Collective and Pot Luck Singers; Premiere: DiBiase Poets to Come

Dance, Poetry, Mask & Vocal Camps

 

2004

Yeoman’s Chorus workshop

Dance, Poetry, Vocal & Drawing Camps

 

2005

Circus Smirkus Camp

Pirates of Penzance


2006

Spring Singing Camp

Circus Skills Camp

Two Painting Camps

H.M.S Pinafore

Gilbert & Sullivan Sing Series

 

2007

Sing It Again! G&S

Arts for All collaborations

Painting, Guitar & Harmonica Camps

Commission: Christmas Carol Descants; Premiere by Sandwich Singers

 

2008

Ensemble Playing, Painting, and Story Camps

Commission: Wachet auf for Horn, Chorus, Congregation & Continuo; Premiere by Sandwich Singers


2009

American Musical Theatre Workshop

Sifting Stories Drama Workshops

Collaborations including Advice To The Players & new Shakespeare-Woollett play

Commission: Wie Schön Leuchtet (How Brightly Shines) for Horn, Chorus, Congregation & Piano; Premiere by Sandwich Singers

 

2010

Giant Puppets

Silk Painting

Support to The Barnstormers for Family Night and Matinee reduced ticket prices

Support to Sandwich Children's Center for their music program

A Yeoman at the Fair (Sandwich Fair Play & Parade)

Commission: Gloucestershire Hodie for Horn, Chorus & Congregation; Premiere by Sandwich Singers

 

2011

Support for The Barnstormers for reduced ticket prices and Charlie Brown

Four Days Painting with Philip Hood

Support to Snapdragon Theatre Guild for theater & puppets for kids

Support to Sandwich Children's Center for music program

Support to Advice To The Players for Shakespeare at the Fair

Commission: New music premiered by Sandwich Singers


2012

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2013

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2014

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