Friday, April 27, 2012
For Durham Art Walk’s Spring Market, this coming weekend, the Liberty Arts group will be hosting two events. There will be one at their new location in the Golden Belt area, as well as another at the Pavilion on Foster Street.
Saturday glass blowing classes and demonstrations will be happening all day at the Sculpture Studio, located at #923 Franklin Street in Durham in the Cordoba Center for the Arts. There are still a few time slots left for participants to take part in the full class, taught by George-ann Greth, as well as an opportunity for individuals to walk-in and view the demonstrations, the Liberty Arts gallery, and take a look at everything their new space has to offer.
On Sunday, Greth will be offering shorter, twenty-minute tutorials for students to design and create their own glass blown ornaments. At only $25 a person, these are a perfect idea for Mother’s Day gifts, wedding shower presents, and more.
Also as a part of Community Art Day on Saturday, Liberty Arts will also be hosting a hands-on event ‘Making Art that Moves’, with materials for patrons to create their own mobiles out of provided items or their own findings. In response to the Alexander Calder exhibition at the Nasher Museum, this opportunity is free to the public, with all donations benefiting the Liberty Arts Group.
For more information on these and upcoming events, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit their website www.liberty-arts.org for a full calendar, updated newsletter, and more.