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Made in Southern Oregon Seeks Local Vendors

Made is Southern Oregon was created to highlight all the wonderful makers in Southern Oregon. From Art, Leather Goods, Woodworking, Welding, Food, Drinks, Jewerly and much more, there is something for everyone! Come join us for this one of a kind event on Pine Street in Downtown Central Point. May 15, 2019

CALL TO ARTISTS FOR MADE IN SOUTHERN OREGON

Saturday, May 18, 2019 – 12:00pm to 7:00pm

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Made in Southern Oregon was created to highlight all the wonderful makers in Southern Oregon. From Art, Leather Goods, Woodworking, Welding, Food, Drinks, Jewelry and much more, there is something for everyone! Come join us for this one of a kind event on Pine Street in Downtown Central Point. This is a brand new event for Central Point!

Details

Date & Time: Saturday May 18th from 12-7pm Location: Pine Street – between 1st and 4th Street

Vendors

Want to join our event? We are looking for fun, creative and Southern Oregon-located vendors to be apart of our new event. The cost is $50 for each space with power and water not included. For more details

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Art Reception at the Rogue Gallery on October 20, 2017

Elm Burl by Dan Tilden

Art Reception at the Rogue Gallery on October 20, 2017

Alx Fox Sunrise Through the Mist

Main Gallery exhibit: Elements: Earth, Water, Fire, Wind, Eleanor Erskine, Alx Fox, Zelpha Hutton, Keith Johnson, and Dan Tilden

Exhibit date: September 29 – November 10, 2017

Artists in this exhibit explore the classical idea of the elements: earth, water, fire, and wind. Described as the simplest essential parts of all things, the four elements have fascinated artists throughout history. Printmaker Eleanor Erskine, sculptor Dan Tilden, and abstract painters Alx Fox, Zelpha Hutton, and Keith Johnson uniquely create artwork reflecting this concept of the natural world.

Eleanor H. Erskine received a BFA in Painting/Printmaking from the Kansas City Art Institute and a MFA in Printmaking with special focus in Sculpture from the Cranbrook Academy of Art. She has taught at Maine College of Art,

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Rogue Gallery and Art Center Workshop: Intro to Woodworking for Artists

Rogue Gallery & Art Center is pleased to host a unique workshop experience, with master woodworker and fine art furniture maker Nick Clark.

Intro to Woodworking for Artists

November 12, 13, & 14 Fri, Sat, & Sun 10-4 Instructor: Nick Clark

If you are an artist and want to explore working with wood, this class is a great introduction to wood, its properties, and its uses, as well as the tools to work with it. In this workshop, students will create a small bench to learn the use of hand tools, wood consideration, finishing techniques, principles of machine use, safety, joinery, and maintenance of tools. This class will be held off-site in the private studio of fine art furniture-maker Nick Clark, and will allow for a intimate experience with lots of one-on-one attention and instruction by limiting the number of students. COST: $230/members $255 non-members (+$30 materials fee and

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Rogue Gallery and Art Center Fall 2010 Classes: Intro to Woodworking for Artists

November 12, 13, & 14 Fri, Sat, & Sun 10-4

If you are an artist and want to explore working with wood, this class is a great introduction to wood, its properties, and its uses, as well as the tools used to work it. In this workshop, students will create a small bench to learn the use of hand tools, wood consideration, finishing techniques, principles of machine use, safety, joinery, and maintenance of tools. This class will be held off-site in the private studio of fine art furniture-maker Nick Clark, and will allow for a intimate experience with lots of one-on-one attention and instruction by limiting the number of students.

Instructor: Nick Clark has been creating with wood for more than 25 years. Nick began as a Master Joiner in Sheffield, England. He then attended the prestigious two-year fine woodworking program at The College of the Redwoods. Nick

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