The Delta Kappa Gamma Society International Arts and Humanities Jury recently announced the publication of a photograph of Beth Schieber entitled “Field of Dreams” in the DKG Gallery of Fine Arts.
An online gallery of works and letters can be found at www.dkg.org.
An occulte resident, Seaver is a member of the Beta Beta chapter of the Oklahoma Organization of the Society.
Seaver said he watched his granddaughter, Camryn Seaver, pitch during a softball game.
“She was so passionate about her pitch that I had to try and catch her in the moment,” Seaver said.
She added that she knows how long and hard Camlin has been working to make his dreams come true.
“She takes pitching and hitting lessons and spends hours practicing to make her dreams come true.”
Camlin was 10 years old when this photo was taken. She played for the Pink Sox, an under-10 league team.
The jury expects to announce the new DKG Fine Arts Gallery by mid-November. Seaver’s work will be on display in the gallery for her six months, then archived for two years.
Another opportunity to showcase Schieber’s approved work is at the DKG International 2023 Conferences or the 2024 Convention Expo.
Schieber is editor of the Beta Beta chapter newsletter, chapter member of parliament, editor of the chapter website, and immediate past president of the chapter.
She serves as the Newsletter Editor and Communications Committee Chair for Oklahoma Organizations, and is a former State President and State Achievement Award recipient.
At the international level, Seaver has served on the Board of Directors of the DKG International Educators Foundation for the last two years of a six-year term.
DKG is a professional honorary body for women educators with over 55,000 members.
Established in 17 member countries around the world, the association defines its mission as promoting the professional and personal growth and educational excellence of women educators.
The Society’s headquarters are in Austin, Texas, and was founded by Dr. Annie Webb Blanton on May 11, 1929.