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Mar
30
Thu
Art with the Masters
Mar 30 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

2017 Art with the Masters 1040 x 425 With Dates - Copy

Featured Artist: Julianna Wells

Join us as we learn the Japanese art form of Suibokuga, a unique form of ink wash painting. Artists traditionally used sumi ink on Washi paper with varying degrees of water to create a tonal gradation. Experience the beauty of this art form in each brush stroke as it expresses and captures the spirit of what is being depicted. Learn about the history of the medium, about how the Sumi ink is ground, and how to paint with it on traditional Washi paper. Light refreshments will be provided throughout the workshop.

Register online by March 23

 

Apr
6
Thu
“Let There Be Art!” Benefit Gala
Apr 6 @ 7:00 pm

2017 LTBA 1040 x 425 Benefit Gala

Join us for the start of the fine art show. Enjoy entertainment, gourmet cuisine, and fine décor inspired by the WWI exhibition, courtesy of Bob Vardaman. Gala attendees get the first chance to purchase art from the 10”x10” Art for Education gallery.

Apr
7
Fri
Let There Be Art! Fine Art Show
Apr 7 @ 10:00 am – Apr 13 @ 5:00 pm

2017 LTBA 1040 x 425 Fine Art and Show

The fine art show will open during the benefit gala and run through April 13. It will include a variety of art from across the nation as well as original art from local, regional, and international artists.

Apr
8
Sat
Second Saturday
Apr 8 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm

2017 LTBA 1040 x 425 Second Saturday

Guest Artist: Meghan Lacey
Featured Book: The Dog Soldier: World War I Hero by Blake Hoena

Work with our guest artist as we take a look back at World War I and create a remembrance poppy.

This program is in conjunction with Let There Be Art! and From Flying Aces to Army Boots: World War I and the Chattahoochee Valley.

Apr
13
Thu
“Let There Be Art!” Luncheon
Apr 13 @ 11:30 am

2017 LTBA 1040 x 425 Luncheon

Let There Be Art! closes with a presentation by Rebecca Wood from R. Wood Studios in Athens, GA. Now the owner of one of the largest pottery studios in America, Rebecca got her start on a used kiln that a friend bought for her at a yard sale. Besides creating her one of a kind ceramics, Rebecca is also one of the photographers behind the blog, and book, Beauty Everyday. It represents a pictorial and poetic love affair with southern beauty. She also has a blog called ‘southernshacks.com’, where she documents the beauty of old homesteads and rural structures.

Apr
16
Sun
Easter Sunday – Museum CLOSED
Apr 16 all-day
Apr
17
Mon
Access for the Arts
Apr 17 @ 10:00 am – 11:00 am

2017 Access for the Arts 1040 x 425 With Dates

Access for the Arts is an art exploration program for individuals and caregivers with early stage Alzheimer’s. We offer monthly tours or hands-on art making sessions led by a Museum Educator.
Register by one week prior to each class.

Apr
18
Tue
Educator Evening
Apr 18 @ 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm

2017 Educator Evening Exploring Curriculum 1040 x 425 With Dates - Copy

Museum collections can be used to teach an array of subjects. During this special event, educators and future educators will experience miniature lessons that incorporate history, art, and other subject areas. Participants will have the opportunity to engage in hands-on activities with Museum objects in a completely different way. By the end of the evening, participants will walk away with four adaptable lesson plans as well as samples of handson projects and ideas for their classrooms. This program is FREE, but registration is required.

Register by April 4

Apr
24
Mon
Volunteer Appreciation Luncheon
Apr 24 @ 11:00 am – 1:00 pm

2017 Volunteer and Docent Appreciation Luncheon 1040 x 425 With Dates

Docents and volunteers, join us at our annual luncheon celebrating your hard work and dedication throughout the year. A catered lunch will be provided, and each participant will enjoy a special behind-the-scenes tour of the museum.

Apr
27
Thu
Home is Where the Heart is Reception
Apr 27 @ 5:30 pm – 7:00 pm

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Join us for our second art exhibition!

‘Home is Where the Art is’ is a program in which local artists and students help guide and assist individuals in the homeless community to create their own unique pieces of art. ‘Home is Where the Art is’ is a collaboration with the Chattahoochee Valley Jail Ministries, Safe-House at Rose Hill United Methodist Church and the Bo Bartlett Center. The program takes place every Thursday morning at the Safe House at Rose Hill Methodist Church in Columbus, Georgia.

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