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Saturday, May 15, 10 am – 4 pm
Leader: Leigh Yardley
Location: Common Thread Community Farm
Free and open to all!
Be part of a creative community with bread! In 2009 MAD Art and the community built a sculptural oven with mud and recycled materials. Join others and learn to build the fire for a wood fired oven, prepare dough for baking, then sample the bread or pizza baked in the oven.
One of many Art Walk events planned May 14th & 15th.
Wednesday, June 23, 1 – 6 pm (visit is 2-5pm)
Leader: Carol Iannitti
Destination: Golden Artist Colors
$5 members; $10 non-members
Group limited to 12
This trip includes a tour of Golden Paints followed by a 2 hour workshop on using acrylic gels and mediums to extend and modify acrylic paints and to create textural surfaces for many kinds of media including pastels and oil paints. These products are also excellent adhesives and can be used to develop “skins” for use in paintings, sculptures and collage. Artists will get hands on instruction blending paints with gel mediums and using the mixtures to achieve various effects on sample boards.
Car pool drivers will be reimbursed $5 per occupant.
In addition to the Art Walk, MAD Art, Inc’s Leigh Yardley, will be demonstrating bread baking in the Mud Oven at Common Thread Farm at 3424 Lake Moraine Road in Madison. The Mud Oven was built last fall as the final piece for an environmental project, ReUse/ReArt. All materials for the oven are made with recycled/repurposed materials. The oven will be available for use by individuals or groups. Come out to the farm Saturday May 15th from 10AM to 4PM to learn more about baking in a wood fired mud oven.
HAMILTON, NY –Hamilton’s Community Art Space and the Hamilton Business Alliance are again collaborating with downtown merchants to feature locally-created and world-renowned art works throughout the historic village’s downtown. The event will take place at a dozen downtown locations during Colgate’s busy Family Weekend – Friday, May 14th from 10AM-7PM, Saturday, May15th from 10AM-7PM and Sunday, May 16th from 10AM – 3PM.
Art Walks are held in many communities around the country to highlight local artworks and invite residents and visitors to experience the artsy side of town. The event will provide opportunities to meet the artists, see the wealth of talent, visit the town’s historic buildings, and support local businesses.
Locations featuring local and regional artists will be: Evergreen Gallery; MAD Art Community Art Space in the Lebanon Street Alley; Swank, in it’s new location on the corner of Broad and Lebanon Streets; The Barge Canal Coffee Shop; and The Peppermill.
The Hamilton Post Office, which will be open Friday until 4:45 pm, and Saturday until 11:30 am, has works on permanent display by Denise Stillwaggon Leone and Lee Brown Coye.
Organizers hope to continue Hamilton’s Art Walk throughout the year, showcasing the area’s wealth of creative endeavors. For more information, call 315-824-1843, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit the MAD Art website, www.madartinc.org.