UPCOMING EVENTS + PROGRAMS
WITH CHARIS NORELL
Discover the endless, creative possibilities of color and texture through warp and weft. Work with local artist, Charis Norell, on individual “fiber drawings” using a variety of yarn to create different textures & shapes. The framed loom structure used for your unique weaving can be easily hung in your home or placed in your office. No previous experience in weaving needed!
Wednesday, August 21 / 6-8:30 p.m. /
MUD + MERLOT: NATURE INSPIRED COASTERS
Join Community Artist Fellow Dryden Wells for an evening of working with clay in a fun and relaxed environment. Learn clay slab construction, experiment with clay slip colors and explore surface textures and stencils to create graphic, nature-inspired coasters.
Friday, August 23 / 6:30–9:30 p.m. / $54
FREE FAMILY DAY: CREATIVE NATURE
Calm, stunning, scary and mysterious—the intricate beauty of nature affects us daily. Play with the shapes, textures and colors in activities that will let you get creative with nature. Spend some time creating with Community Artist Dryden Wells and visit Sam Fall’s exhibition that uses botanical shapes to explore creative approaches to painting and sculpture.
All Ages: / Saturday, September 8 / 2-4 p.m. / FREE
CALL FOR ARTISTS / GRACIE’S SHOP CONSIGNMENT
With the goal to incorporate more work from local artists, Laumeier Sculpture Park’s gift shop, Gracie’s Shop, is seeking unique, crafted pieces for consignment. The Park invites artists who work in any medium to submit pieces for retail consignment. We consider artists for Gracie's Shop on an ongoing basis. No walk-ins will be considered and not all applicants will receive a reply.
We accept work based on quality of craftsmanship, salability, and connection to Laumeier's mission:
"Engaging the community through art and nature"
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Laumeier Sculpture Park is free and open daily from 8 a.m.–30 minutes past sunset.
The Aronson Fine Arts Center is open daily from 10 a.m.–4 p.m. and until 8 p.m. on Fridays, Memorial Day through Labor Day.