Sand Creek Country Club, 1001 Sand Creek Dr, Chesterton, IN 46304
30th annual juried sale and exhibit by leading Midwest textile and fiber artists. Fiber in the hands of weavers, dyers, felters, hookers, seamstresses, papermakers, and basketmakers. All original works by hand. Participation limited to residents of states bordering Lake Michigan. Currently featuring 35 artists from Detroit to Indianapolis, Kalamazoo to Lafayette, to Chicago and points between. Eight artists are from the Greater South Bend area. Exquisite creations - contemporary and traditional fashion, home decor, and holiday gifts. Excellent holiday shopping. Free admission, free parking.
Make it a Friends Day Out! Shop, dine, and shop again! The Grill Room of Sand Creek, usually reserved for members only, will be open all day to Interwoven Expressions patrons.
Lu Terock, IE Chair, 219.730.8460 terockL@aol.com
Krasl Art Center’s Fall Class Lineup Released
Sep 29, 2008 - Jan 1, 2009 Beginning Monday: 10AM - 4PM
Krasl Art Center
707 Lake Boulevard
St. Joseph, Michigan
Fall classes for both adults and children will begin on September 29 at the Krasl Art Center in St. Joseph, Michigan.
The Krasl is widely known for its extensive adult class list in jewelry. This fall you will see classes in metal clay, silversmithing, basic jewelry, beach glass, earrings, and an interesting new class called Knitting with Wire
where participants learn the ancient Viking method of knitting strands of wire to form beautiful supple necklaces, bracelets and anklets.
Ceramics always plays a big role in Krasl classes because of the extensive ceramics studio at the Center with several kilns to fire class work. This fall is no exception with classes in Raku, sculptural ceramics, and basic skills, not to mention a new Wednesday evening class.
The Krasl also offers a class every Tuesday year-round for home school students. This fall it is Ceramic Overview
for ages 4-12, where students will look at ceramics around the world while learning fundamental skills. Family workshops are a popular activity and the Krasl offers several, including Family Art Studio
, and Family Woodworking
The old favorites are still available at the Krasl. Classes for ages 4-7, and ages 8-14, where basic skills are learned as well as more advanced techniques are available in drawing, oil painting, acrylic, watercolor, textile painting, sculpture, and even cartooning. And brand new for this year is our Teen Intensives
for ages 12-17. Ceramics, drawing studio, and textile painting are taught Tuesdays or Wednesdays after school.
Glass classes are still hot, and the Krasl offers glass bead making and glass fusing workshops as well as mosaics. And for those whose kids on a tighter Holiday budget than they are, the Krasl offers Giftmaking Galore
, where kids can make gifts and cards for all occasions.
The Krasl offers scholarships for those who qualify; information about classes, fees, as well as scholarships is available at (269) 983-0271. Or click here to download a fall class brochure
The Krasl Art Center is a 501(c) (3) non-profit organization owned and operated by the St. Joseph Art Association, Inc. In operation since 1980, the Krasl Art Center boasts a membership of over 1200, a 17,500 square foot, three-story building located in downtown St. Joseph, Michigan overlooking Lake Michigan.
KAC has three public galleries, five studios, a library / lecture room, a black and white wet darkroom, a gift shop, and a permanent collection of some 37 works of sculpture. With a mission to bring people and art together, KAC offers thoughtful exhibitions, engaging classes, outreach opportunities, and cultural exploration. The Krasl Art Center's hours are:
For more information, please contact the Krasl Art Center at 269-983-0271, Or click here to visit the Krasl Art Center online
|Sunday|| 1PM - 4PM|
|Monday||10AM - 4PM|
|Tuesday||10AM - 4PM|
|Wednesday||10AM - 4PM|
|Thursday||10AM - 9PM|
|Friday||10AM - 4PM|
|Saturday||10AM - 4PM|