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Brown Bag Lunch and Learn is a great way to way to connect with artists, network and enjoy the teaching aspect of a particular art form. Make sure you come to our Friday, December 13, Lunch and Learn at Franklin Creative Studio, 1290 Columbia Pike, to with a artist Anne Goetze.
Bring your lunch! Doors open at 11:30, Talk and Demonstration from 12-1 pm. $10 for non-members, $5 for members and free for professional members. You may pay at the door.
The Annual Artist's Studio Tour planning is underway.
This is a ticketed event allows patrons to meet professional working artists in their creative spaces. This is a great opportunity to visit artists in our community and learn about their artwork.
Visit studios on one or both days for one ticket price. Save $5 and get your ticket in advance!
Who ever said, “The Earth without art would be just, ‘Eh’.”, fully expresses my feelings. Imagine your home or office with nothing but plain paint on the walls. Imagine your tables, credenzas, and shelves empty. Art fills our spaces with beauty, whimsy, hope and imagination. Art is central to developing personally and increasing appreciation for others. Like music and food,…
Our speaker for August Lunch & Learn is Lucy Cline who will demonstrate Sumi-e, which is Japanese for black ink painting. In Sumi-e the focus is on the beauty of each stroke of the brush. More detailed information as well as many examples can be found at Sumi-e Society of America. Lucy will be bringing some inks and watercolors so if you would…
In this post, I wanted to highlight some new art offerings for our community. First the Franklin Art Scene hosts the monthly Art Crawl. If you are interested in exhibiting your work, contact them for more details There is a new Franklin Creative Gallery & Boutique located at 1261 Columbia Ave. This gallery will add to what Gallery 202 and…
Welcome to our newly update website! We have been working hard on making our site more user friendly and helpful to you the artist, arts educator, arts advocate, collector and community member. We want to be a resource for you on all things arts related and we want to serve as connector to the arts community. Let us know how…