Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Intersections of Cultures and Traditions

Fiber   Arts   Guild 
October 2010

Intersections of Cultures and Traditions:  A Fiber Artist’s Journey
Speaker:  Boisali Biswas
Wednesday, October 6, 2010
Holland Area Arts Council
150 E. 8th Street, downtown Holland
6:30pm Social Time, 7:00pm Business/Program Meeting

The Lakeshore Fiber Arts Guild will present Boisali Biswas speaking on”Intersections of Cultures and Traditions: A Fiber Artist’s Journey”on Wednesday, October 6, 2010 at the Holland Area Arts Council, 25 W. 8th Street, Holland at 7:00 pm. A $7 donation is requested of nonmembers.   Boisali’s work is a combination of weaving, painting, screen-printing,  surface design, beading, and wrapping, besides other inventive techniques.


Blue Coast Artist Fall Studio Tour

OCTOBER 2nd & 3rd
Saturday-Sunday 10am-6pm
For over twenty years the Blue Coast Artists have
been delighting and educating the public with
their annual Fall Tour of Studios. Viewers are invited
once again to experience the creative process in action.
See a piece of pottery form, watch glass beads take
shape in the torch, or watch colors come alive with
spun wool. These are just a few of the demonstrations
that art lovers of all ages are sure to enjoy during this
annual West Michigan autumn event, from 10AM-6PM
both days and is free of charge.
The 2010 tour includes seven working artists' studios
located between South Haven and Saugatuck. Each
site features demonstrations, original artwork,
refreshments and more. Hands-on art making
projects, unique art abodes, a haunted garden and
fall color makes this creative experience fun for the
whole family.
The tour can be completed in one day.
Guild member, Suzie Jenkins is a member of Blue Coast Artists.  For a map of the tour, click here.

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