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Live Online Events

Upcoming Celebration of Women Artists Virtual Events

NMWA Art Talk Live!

Women Artists
Art Talk Live!

Four Centuries of Creativity
Thursday October 28, 5:30pm on Zoom

Link to register for Virtual Happy Hour

Virtual Happy Hour

Florida Artists Celebration
Tuesday November 9, 5:30pm on Zoom

Link to register for Florida Talks

Marjorie Harris Carr

Florida Talks by Dr. Peggy Macdonald
Thursday November 18, 1:00pm on Zoom

Art Talk Live!

with Renee Lewis

Thursday December 2, 1:00pm on Zoom

Join artist Renee Schwadron Lewis and Angie Barry, Curator for a virtual Art Talk Live to discuss Lewis’s art making process and decades long artistic career. Lewis will discuss her Post-Impressionist style drawings on display in the Zoe Golloway Gallery this fall, and reflect on her use of a combination oil crayons, colored pencils, and pastels to capture the colorful nature of women. Register here! 

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Art @ Home Activities

Marbleized Paper

Another fun Art @ Home with Gadsden Arts! This time we're making marbleized paper. You'll need: a tray, shaving cream, food coloring, a fork, a ruler (plastic works best), and paper. Watch the video for step-by-step instructions. #MuseumFromHome

Big Bend Quilt Trail

Get inspired by the #BigBendQuiltTrail to make your own geometric quilt block designs. You can use magazines, construction paper, or newspapers as your paper and design a quilt block onto our template! If you need inspiration, you can take a look at some of the designs made by our community partners on quilts.gadsdenarts.org

Stop Motion Animation

Create your own stop motion animation video! This instructional video comes with lots of great tips for making your own stop motion animation. Special thank you to Carter Nelson for creating this whole video for us. 

Carter uses iMotion to create his stop motion video, and provides helpful tips and tricks plus two sample videos and behind the scenes of making them! 

Check out the video on YouTube.

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