August – September 2014
The Jax’s senior art group displays their artwork. This hard working art group is self-lead, free, and meets every other Thursday. – See more at: http://jacksonvillecenter.org/at-the-center/breezeway-gallery/#sthash.4hpSWA6I.dpuf
The Jacksonville Center for the Arts has partnered with the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts to present works of Richmond artist, Willie Anne Wright. The exhibit includes images from Wright’s twelve year project of evocative views of dedicated re-enactors, using a lensless (pinhole) camera. http://jacksonvillecenter.org/at-the-center/hayloft-gallery/
An ongoing weekly art opportunity for kids!!
Thursdays, 4-5pm, Ages 4-12, $3 per kid per session!
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–advance notice will be given for Thursdays that will not be scheduled.
The Jax does close when Floyd County public schools are closed, so there will be no Afternoon Arts during school closures.
Ecoprinting is a unique process of soaking, steaming and drying to create unique, natural designs on fabric and paper. Along with nature and handmade tools, participants will create breathtaking papers that we bind into an artist book. No experience is necessary. All levels welcome. – See more at: http://jacksonvillecenter.org/classes/09-september/book-arts-ecoprinting-mark-making-fib090514/#sthash.EXHShokA.dpuf