Lasting Impressions presents sixty of the finest Japanese prints in the Read-Simms Collection at the Gibbes Museum of Art.
Our fifth installment in our Craft to Art series covers Musical Instruments and their history of use, importance in defining regional culture, material construction, and evolution of design in Southern Appalachia.
Meg Murry is a short-tempered math nerd who doesn’t fit in. Her scientist father vanished over two years ago, under mysterious circumstances. When a bizarre stranger arrives at Meg’s home in the middle of the night, she beckons Meg on a dangerous and extraordinary adventure across time and space.
The November installment of our Resident Artist Series will focus on providing you with all the basics you will need to know about using hand building techniques and the slab machine to make christmas ornaments, gnomes, and other related holiday projects. The class meets from 10am - 12pm/noon on November 8th, 10th, 15th, and 17th.
The Resident Artist Series in Clay is a program designed for students of all levels. Topics change monthly involving both wheel throwing and hand building techniques. Class tuition is $185/person and includes one 25lb bag of clay, Open Studio for the 2 weeks of class, glazing, and firing for projects made during class. For more information, please contact Frank Vickery at [email protected]