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Art Presence March- April 2019 Newsletter

March – April 2 0 1 9 N E W S L E T T E R A R T E N H A N C I N G C O M M U N I T Y Shining Mountains by Andre Satie Balloons Over Began by Susan Quinn Sundial Courtyard by Katharine Gracey Hand Woven Basket by John Campbell Shadow by Tom Glassman Air Mail by Nancy Bardos Floating by Bill Stanton Unraveled by Brenda Mills Branan California Dreaming by Patrick Beste Wooden Bowl by Bruce Millbank Tommy by Anne Brooke Landscape Platter by Debra Earley Come and Visit Jacksonville Art Presence Art Center on the grounds of the Historic Courthouse 206 Fifth Street, Jacksonville, OR 97530 Like +1 Forward to Friend Facebook Website Email Google Plus

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Class: Basic Drawing for Adults

Join experienced art teacher Anne Brooke to learn basic drawing skills! First Session: March 11th through April 15th, Mondays from 3–4:30pm Second Session: April 29th through June 3rd, Mondays from 3–4:30pm

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Thank you Sanctuary One: Our March Community Sponsor

Meet Sanctuary One staff and volunteers at the Art Center on First Friday, March 1 and find out more about the upcoming “Year of the Pig.” celebration. Ashland Art Center is partnering with Sanctuary One for this fun-filled event in June, a special day to help animals and support local artists too! Sanctuary One: People, […]

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Thank you Sanctuary One: Our March Community Sponsor

Meet Sanctuary One staff and volunteers at the Art Center on First Friday, March 1 and find out more about the upcoming “Year of the Pig.” celebration. Ashland Art Center is partnering with Sanctuary One for this fun-filled event in June, a special day to help animals and support local artists too! Sanctuary One: People, […]

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The Emerging Artists Gallery

On March 1st from 5:00 pm to 8:00 pm, culinary artists from both Ashland Middle School and High School will be displaying and serving in the gallery and classroom. We invite the community to come out and support our budding young artists. Plant an artist, watch them grow. As part of our new Emerging Artist […]

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Fiber Artist Jo Ann Manzone

Host David “Glamour Dave” Nienow interviews Ashland Art Center artist Jo Ann Manzone to discuss the art process in the production of her artwork. Click here to view the entire interview with Jo Ann. “My love of fiber began at an early age when I learned to knit and sew.  In my many years as […]

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Winter 2019 Art Classes at Grants Pass Museum of Art

Fractured Flowers with Linda Dunn TWO DIFFERENT DATES OFFERED: Saturday, Mar. 9 or Thursday, Mar. 14 1 - 4 pm at Grants Pass Museum of Art

Art Classes!

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Click on any picture to reach our website class signup page. We now have two levels of pricing for classes. Museum members receive a $5 discount on all classes this year. To become a member or to renew a membership: Click here

ALMOST FULL: Creative Idea Generator with Karen O’Brien Saturday, Feb 2 10:30 am – 1 pm

Play generates ideas and constraints make things interesting. They send you in new directions and bypass inhibitions. The assignment is to make a figure. Any kind of figure. Or more than one! The more you do, the more ideas you will generate for bigger projects like dolls, drawings, paintings, and sculpture. This is a chance to engage deeply and freely with your imagination

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The Ashland Forge- Our February Community Partner

Dennis DeBey, operates the Ashland Forge. A Los Angeles native, Denny came to Ashland in 1969 from Humboldt State College, seeking a master’s degree in Outdoor Education at Southern Oregon College, with a goal of being a naturalist. In a chance encounter, DeBey met master blacksmith Al Bart here and got mentored for several months, […]

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Carolee Buck Art Exhibit in February

Ashland Art Center Artist, Carolee Buck is showing her work in February at LaBaguette Music Cafe. Her original Oil Paintings of animals and landscapes from Africa, Micronesia, England and the Netherlands will be on display. Cafe hours are Monday-Saturday 7am to 2 pm with a breakfast and lunch menu. Lite dinner menu during evening performances. […]

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First Friday music with Hollis Peach

Jan. 4 – 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm NO COVER Hollis Peach, an Indie Songwriting & Vocal Duo, creates not only exceptional music, but also an extended community of artists, students, & performers. Their musical arrangements and harmonies are lush, intricate, and often hypnotic in their elegance. Kenneth Pattengale, of the Grammy-nominated The Milk Carton […]

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