Focusing solely on glass as a medium for creativity, “Rhythms of Glass” will feature artists working in the style of stained, fused, cast, blown, and flame-worked glass within the Virginia or the National Capital region. Recognized as a Master Artist in the state of Virginia in 2009, Liz Mears will be curator of the show.
Opening reception on Saturday, May 30 with a performance afterwards.
This organization establishes a framework within which experienced and beginning quilters may learn from one another, sharing techniques and quilting advances; and to foster within the community an awareness of quilting as both a historical and a living creative contribution to our lives as a community. – See more at: http://jacksonvillecenter.org/at-the-center/clubs/#sthash.Xtrn7yJd.dpuf
The purpose of the group is to study the human form from an artistic standpoint; for this purpose the model will be nude, as is the tradition. No instruction will be provided. The moderator will keep time and call breaks for the model.
Anyone artist (18 and over) in the community wishing to draw from the model is invited to participate for a fee of $15.00 per person. Any funds collected above paying the model’s fee will be donated to The Jacksonville Center.
Participants will need to bring their own easels, drawing boards, and all other drawing materials they wish to use. Non-drawing persons will not be allowed in the room.
An ongoing weekly art opportunity for kids!!
Tuesdays and Thursdays, 4-5pm, Ages 4-12, $3 per kid per session or 4 for $10!
Celebrate creativity every week, with great art for kids at the Jax.
Kids ages 4 to 12 are invited to experience this array of arts and crafts, and thanks to some wonderful sponsors, each session is now only $3 per child!!
Parent participation is welcome, but not required.
You can register online or call or stop by the Jax during regular business hours.
Walk-ins: please call the center before class to make sure that we are holding class that day.
The Jax does close when Floyd County public schools are closed, so there will be no Afternoon Arts during school closures.
$5 per person. All clay and tools provided. No instruction, however a studio assistant is available for help.