Art

Rafael Salas to Offer a One-Time Life Drawing Workshop at Town Square

Rafael Salas to Offer a One-Time Life Drawing Workshop at Town Square

This workshop is open to all levels. It does not assume any prior experience or that one will become an artist, but it prepares all to do stronger work in fields that depend upon creative thinking. Participants can expect to learn historical and contemporary life drawing techniques practiced by the greats, using simple materials—pencils, charcoal and erasers—as means of discovery. The $50 registration fee will help offset the cost of hiring a live model and cover materials like artist tape, charcoal sticks, a charcoal pencil kit, and strathmore drawing paper.

Elizabeth Kazda Exhibit on Display at Town Square

Elizabeth Kazda Exhibit on Display at Town Square

Local artist Elizabeth Kazda will unveil her spectral light photography on Friday, June 1 with a reception from 4:30 pm to 6:30 pm at Town Square Community Center’s lobby gallery. The exhibit, including several pieces available for purchase, will be on display through June 30.

Green Lake Renewal Donor Update | March 2018

Green Lake Renewal Donor Update | March 2018

Nine days until the official start of spring, and your generous support is creating another Greater-Than-Ever-Before season of learning, fun, wellness and community in Green Lake. See how your donations are making a direct, visible impact:

Freeland Film Festival Announce Opening Film

Freeland Film Festival Announce Opening Film

In her film “The Last Animals,” photographer turned filmmaker Kate Brooks traces the deadly trade of illegally poached rhino horn and elephant ivory across four continents, traveling from protected areas in Africa to wildlife markets in Asia and North America in order to illustrate the complex web of global consumer demand, transnational criminal syndicates and the local conflicts and political problems that contribute to the current poaching epidemic. Along the way, Brooks also meets with investigators, scientists, zookeepers and rangers engaged in an all-too-often life threatening struggle to preserve the last remaining elephants and rhinos.

Figure Drawing Classes at Town Square

Figure Drawing Classes at Town Square

The classes, designed for those interested in working on their observational drawing skills, will be held weekly for six weeks. Classes are uninstructed, but moderated and open to artists of all skill levels. Participants provide their own drawing materials and must be at least 18 years of age.