Date: Friday, July 25, 2014
Time: 12 to 1:30 PM
Place: WashArts, 70 South Street, Washington, PA 15301
Artists and arts organizations of Washington County are invited to a brown bag lunch and information exchange with the Office of Public Art. We will give a 15 minute presentation about programs that are open to everyone in the region, including the Pittsburgh Artist Registry, Pittsburgh Art Places, and the Artist Opportunities List.
After our 15 minutes of fame, it’s your turn! The first 8 people to RSVP will be given 5 minutes to share their work or recent projects with everyone in the room. We’ll wrap up with a bit of networking and cookies.
To RSVP and to send images, a powerpoint, or a web link to help present your project with the group, please contact Laura at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Any questions? Call 412-391-2060 ext. 237.
Hey Kids! Put YOUR art work in a park! Wash Arts Summer Camp Students in Pottery, Metals and Garden classes will be eligible to have their artwork integrated into the new parklet at the intersection of Schaefer St. And Wheeling St. in the city of Washington. We will be working with Pittsburgh Center for The Arts Resident Artist Melissa Davenport, Wash Arts Artist in Residence Lindsay Huff, Wash arts instructors and the community to complete this beautiful addition to Washington, PA Click HERE! To see the location!
On July 18th Wash Arts will be hosting The Art of Recovery an Art exhibition focusing on art’s ability to aide in drug addiction recovery. If you are in or have been in recovery and would like to participate you can contact our event coordinator at email@example.com or call us at 724-222-1475. This is an open submission show.
Help Wash Arts continue it’s mission by helping us in an unrestricted $1,000 grant. All you have to do is click this link between June 9th and June 15th. Please tell your friends and help Wash Arts continue to bring art to Washington!
For details about the contest click here.
On Thursday May 15th from 7-10pm Wash Arts is pleased to be debuting a new recurring event. The Washington Songwriters Circle will be a once monthly open mic styled event focused on the songwriting process. Songwriters can play and receive feedback on songs and gain songwriting inspiration from other local songwriters. Check out the event on Facebook and come out for a laid back evening!
On June 23rd and June 30th Brain McDermott will be hosting pastel workshops at Wash Arts! This is a two session workshop. This course will cover: applications, technique, trouble-shooting, and various themes of fine art – using pastel. Learn the basics or improve techniques with a master!
To Register Click Here
On May 31st from 5-7pm join us at Wash Arts for a delightful evening of good friends, good art, and good drink! Learn to paint in a fun and laid back way! A local artist will instruct you step by step through an original piece of art! At the end of the night you’ll take home a one-of-a-kind painting and hopefully a newfound talent!
To Register Click Here
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On Monday the 7th from 12-4, Wash Arts is happy to be hosting a workshop with pastel artist Brian McDermott. Wouldn’t you love be able to use pastels like him? To register click here:https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1Bxh
Our resident Audio Engineer, Events, IT, and Marketing coordinator Alex Riedel was busy experimenting in the recording studio today testing various stereo microphone techniques and microphone preamps. To listen to his experiments click here: https://soundcloud.com/alex-riedel-3/sets/stereo-test.
Wash Arts recording studio is always booking. To schedule time to call us at 724-222-1475, or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Our spring schedule is now complete and can be viewed at http://www.washarts.org/children-and-teen-classes-2/ for our children and teen classes and http://www.washarts.org/adult-classes-spring-2014/ for our adult offerings. All of your favorite classes are returning along with some great new classes!