Museum Membership Events:
Art with the Masters
MARCH 30 | 6-8 P.M.
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
$35 member/ $45 future member
“Let There Be Art!”BENEFIT GALA
Thursday, April 6 | 7 p.m.
Join us for the start of the fine art show. Enjoy entertainment, gourmet cuisine by Jamie Keating Culinary, 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.
$90 member/ $100 future member
“Let There Be Art!” LUNCHEON
Feat. Rebecca Wood (R. Wood Studios)
Thursday, April 13 | 11:30 a.m.
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.
$40 member/$50 future member
To take part in these unique membership events or for additional information about a particular event please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.