Society News

2019 Society Pendant-NEW

We are thrilled to announce an option to the bead. After receiving so many requests for a Society pendant, we have Pat's signature dogwood flower on the first pendant. It is made of sterling silver and carries the same price as the bead. Premier and Choice members who have renewed already will have the option of changing from the bead to the pendant if desired. Just contact the Society office by email society@pbuckleymoss.com to make your request. We will send you a confirmation email regarding your renewal change.

Find out more about the pendant and beads here.

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2020 Moss Society Trip

Update as of March 23, 2020 from Patty Moss, Chief Operations Officer at Moss Galleries:
"At this time, Collette has NOT cancelled the trip. Given the current spread of the coronavirus and the inherent risk from exposure it poses to people over 60 years old, my family has decided that it would be in Mom's best interest to cancel out of this trip. Similarly, my sister Mary, Moss Foundation Office Manager Mary Morgan and I have also decided to cancel. You may continue on this journey as planned, but you need to know that the artist will not be thereā€¦" Click here, http://bit.ly/20wk11moss, for the complete letter from Pat and Patty Moss.

Britain & Ireland with Collette Travel, May 22-June 5, 2020. See full brochure with complete itinerary and cost here, 2020 Moss Society Trip. Visit the Collette Travel website or call 800-852-5655. Booking #943245

2020 Membership Benefits

We're excited to present the 2020 Adult and Junior Membership Benefits.

2020 Adult Membership Benefits

2020 Junior Membership Benefits

Teagan Walters

2019 Endowed Scholarship Recipient

Teagan Walters of Wisconsin is the 2019 recipient of the P. Buckley Moss Endowed Scholarship. Teagan is a sculptor, and like Pat, has difficulty reading because of dyslexia. In her words, she describes herself as "creative, caring and outgoing" and "strong because I have to be." Teagan will be pursuing her study of art at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Her goals are many, but among them she wants to teach with her art and compel people to think about the human condition. Congratulations to Teagan.

 

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