Brockway Center for Arts & Technology resident artist finds familial connection with MBC
October 7, 2020 10:00 am
The Courier Express interviewed Matthew Zorn, current Brockway Center for Arts & Technology (BCAT) resident artist, on the familial connection he found between BCAT and Manchester Bidwell Corporation (MBC).
Zorn's parents were active in MCG Youth & Arts' programming when they lived in Pittsburgh. MCG Youth & Arts is one of MBC's affiliates. BCAT is also the first rural replication of MBC. According to The Courier Express, "'Zorn finds this to be a nice following of his parent’s footsteps, and coming full circle.''
About Brockway Center for Arts & Technology
BCAT is a 501(c) 3 organization established in 2013. BCAT provides job training to unemployed and underemployed adults as well as arts education to disadvantaged youth. BCAT is a part of National Center for Arts & Technology's (NCAT) network and is the first rural initiative by MBC.
About National Center for Arts & Technology
The National Center for Arts & Technology (NCAT) was created to champion MBC's educational philosophy which is steeped in a powerful fusion of mentorship, education, beauty and hope. All Centers for Arts & Technology (CAT) provide world-class visual arts instruction for youth and focused career training programs for adults seeking positive change for themselves and their families.