Earth Canvas Group Project – Wednesday, October 19, 2016 – 6:30 – 8:30 pm at Chroma Art Bar
Be a part of something bigger! This is a fun group project, with a piece to take home at the end of the night. A local artist will be guiding us through the first steps in creating your masterpiece.
We will start with a center canvas that says, “The Earth Without Art is Just “Eh”. Everyone will then paint a canvas with their rendition of the Earth, using photos and stencils to guide them. Paint it realistically, funky, detailed, or simply…and then we will put them all together to make a giant “quilt”-like piece! Your painting is yours to take home at the end of the night.
Tickets available sign up here:
Fort Atkinson Arts Council SPECIAL:
If you participate in the Earth painting and would like to join the Arts Council, you have a chance to receive 50% off your first year’s dues- that’s only $5 to be a part of this great community group for the next year! The Arts Council board will be there to answer any questions about what Arts Council is, their vision for the future, and how you can be involved! $5 membership fee is due the night of the event – no advance payment, and valid only 10/19/16.
The Fort Atkinson Arts Council elected a new executive board at the April 20th board meeting. The new board members include Leslie LaMuro – President, Mary Pratt – Vice President, Angie Szabo – Secretary and Kirsten Mortimer – Treasurer. Thanks to these women for stepping up to take on leadership roles.
Our next board meetings are Wednesday, August 17 at 6:30 pm in the Community Room at the Dwight Foster Public Library and Wednesday, October 19 at 6:30 pm location TBA.
The Fort Atkinson Arts Council, a 501 C (3) non-profit organization, is committed to Fort Atkinson’s local community by supporting all art forms including visual arts, theater arts, music, writing, film, photography, sculpture, ceramics, and multi-disciplinary art. Founded in 1983, volunteers have revived our commitment by co-hosting the Annual Winter Arts & Farmers Market, partnering with the Friends of Lorine Niedecker by supporting the Wisconsin Poetry Festival, partnering with the Wisconsin Arts Board Jefferson County arts network, and through general assistance of arts and artists in the Fort Atkinson area.
Check out this great page that showcases the artwork of Fort Atkinson’s K-12 artists!
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