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Classes & Programs Catalog

{ April - June 2014 }

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Discover

Our Mission is to initiate and support humanities and arts activities that enrich our lives, nurture our creative efforts and vitalize the community.

Learn

Learn a new technique, medium,or vitalize your creative energy. Nurture your passion for literature or Foreign

Inspire

Films. We offer classes and learning programs for every age and skill level.

We offer many ways for you to inspire others through the arts and humanities. We are always seeking volunteers, artists, and community members for support. You can be an inspiration for others through instructing classes, creating pieces to sell, and supporting the arts and humanities locally. Cover art for this issue is a watercolor created by Artist Marlies Manning

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Classes & Programs Catalog

{ April - June 2014 } Table of Contents

NEW Feature!

Online classProgram registration is now available. Education Class Schedule Please visit www.artworksinbigrapids.org to register and pay for any of the classes listed.

Education Program Class Schedule Kids | Art & Dance

4 - 8

Adults | Art

9 - 12

Adults | Dance

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Adults | Basketry

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Adults | Media & Literature

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Programming and Event Schedule April - May

16 - 18

June - July 19 Ongoing Programs 19

Artworks Information Hours of Operation 20 Membership Information 20 Volunteer Information 21 Artist Information 21 Sponsorship Information 21 Artworks Rental Information 22 Artworks Board Members 23


KIDS { art

ages 2 and up

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education

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Intro to Art {3 - 5 Years}

Instructed by Micky Payton Tuesdays |4:00 PM – 5:30 PM Dates: April 15, 22, 29th; May 6, 13 and 20th

$65.00

Micky Payton is a certified Early Childhood Educator with a passion for helping kids explore art through movement, sensory experience, and exposure to literature. In this class your child will experiment with a variety of art mediums and discover how fun art can be.

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After School Art {1st - 4th Grade} Instructed by Jody Zuern Wednesdays |4:00 PM – 5:30 PM Dates: April 16, 23, 30th; May 7, 14 and 21st

$65.00

Your child will have an opportunity to expand their artistic talents during this six-week program. A variety of art mediums will be explored including painting, drawing, and collage. After School Art is a great way to jump start creative learning, as students complete fun projects while being introduced to new artforms.

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Clay Work {1st-4th Grade} Instructed by Andrea Schneider Tuesdays |4:30 PM – 6:00 PM Dates: April 15, 22, 29th; May 6, 13th; June 3rd

$80.00

Your child will have the opportunity to experience working and creating with clay! This class will cover the basics of hand built, slab built, wall hanging, and free-standing pottery techniques. Students will create and take home between three and five projects.

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KIDS & TEENS education

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Clay Work {5th-8th Grade}

$80.00

Instructed by Andrea Schneider Thursdays |4:30 PM – 6:00 PM Dates: April 17, 24th; May 1, 8, 22nd; June 12th

This class is designed for older students who have some experience with clay. Andrea will be reviewing the basics of hand built pottery and teaching basic techniques on the wheel. Students will create and take home between three and five projects.

Paper Folding {4th-8th Grade}

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$65.00 Instructed by Dawn Carpenter Thursdays |4:30 PM – 6:00 PM Dates: April 17, 24th; May 1, 8, 22nd; June 12th This class is designed for students who have an interest in origami and paper airplanes. Dawn will be teaching the basics of paper folding. Students will learn a range of skills from choosing the correct paper, to building a world-record holding paper airplane.

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KIDS { dance

ages 2 and up

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education

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Basic Ballet {6-10 Years} $48.00 Instructed by Rachel Seitz Tuesdays |6:30 PM – 7:15 PM Dates: April 15, 22, 29th; May 6, 13, and 20th

This is an introduction to ballet class for children ages 6-10. This class will instruct students in basic ballet positions, with an emphasis placed on developing coordination and musicality. (A familiarity with basic ballet steps is a great foundation for young dancers, as many types of dance draw from ballet techniques.)

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Tap {3-5 Years} $48.00 Instructed by Katie Healy Tuesdays |6:30 PM – 7:15 PM Dates: April 15, 22, 29th; May 6, 13, and 20th

This is an introduction to tap class for children ages 3-5. This class will focus on basic tap steps and techniques as well as simple step combinations. Tap is an energetic dance that your child will love.

Jazz/Funk {3-5 Years}

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Instructed by Rachel Seitz Wednesdays |6:45 PM – 7:30 PM Dates: April 16, 23, 30th; May 7, 14, and 21st

$48.00

This class will combine basic jazz and hip-hop movements to create a fun introduction to dance. This energetic combination of dance styles will get students comfortable with moving their bodies while having fun at the same time. Students should dress in a tank top or t-shirt with shorts or pants, jazz shoes or tennis shoes. Hair should be pulled back out of the face.

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{ dance } KIDS

& TEENS

Hip-Hop {8-14 Years}

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Instructed by Katie Healy Wednesdays |6:45 PM – 7:30 PM Dates: April 16, 23, 30th; May 7, 14, and 21st

education

$48.00

This class will focus on the foundations of hip-hop style and movement. Students will learn step combinations that teach fundamental techniques and improve their control, strength, and musicality. It is a very energetic class that students can have fun with. Students should dress in a tank top or t-shirt with shorts or pants, jazz shoes or tennis shoes. Hair should be pulled back out of the face.

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Basic Ballet {4-5 Years} $48.00 Instructed by Jessica Maas Mondays and Wednesdays |5:00 PM – 5:45 PM Dates: April 21, 23, 28, 30th; May 5, and 7th

This is an introduction to ballet class for children ages 4-6.This class will introduce students to basic ballet positions and will emphasize coordination, grace, and poise. (A familiarity with basic ballet steps is a great foundation for young dancers, as many types of dance draw from ballet techniques.)

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Intro to Middle Eastern Dance {Teens} $48.00 Instructed by Clare Freeman Thursdays | 7:30 PM – 8:30 PM Dates: April 17th; May 8, 22, 29th; June 5, 12th

Dance is an excellent medium for empowering young people. Through dance,teens build self-confidence as well as physical and emotional strength. Through Middle Eastern Dance, students will learn about cultural expression and become empowered through their dance movements. This class incorporates some techniques that may be better known as ‘belly dance.’

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KIDS {dance} education

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Jazz {6-10 Years} $48.00 Instructed by Jessica Maas Mondays and Wednesdays |6:00 PM – 6:45 PM Dates: April 21, 23, 28, 30th; May 5, and 7th

This class is an introduction to jazz. Students will continue to learn and improve as they dance basic jazz steps and techniques. They will also learn simple step combinations. Students will continually build their strength and flexibility while having a fun time learning the beauty of dance. Students’ hair should be pulled back out of the face.

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Online class registration is now available. Please visit www.artworksinbigrapids.org to register and pay for any of the classes listed.


{ art } ADULTS education

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Portrait-Drawing in a Day

Instructed by Cheryl Gould Tuesday, April 29th | 9:30 AM – 2:30 PM

$42.00

This one-day workshop will concentrate on three portraits. Students will focus on expression, facial proportions, and shading, and will build on the skills they learned in “Drawing in a Day.” Both new students and those who have completed a previous “Drawing in a Day” session are welcome.

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Picasso in a Day $42.00 Instructed by Cheryl Gould Tuesday, May 20th | 9:30 AM – 2:30 PM

Picasso is known as the “Master of Diversity” and this class will explore one of his styles—Cubism. Students will draw, cut, paint, and paste to create a cubist still life. As we create this work, we will have fun with viewpoint, color mixing, and composition. Bring an interesting object to draw if you have one, but we will have some, too. Have no fear: nothing we draw or paint will need to look “right.” Picasso’s certainly doesn’t!

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Monet and Merlot $40.00 Instructed by Andrea Schneider Fridays | 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM Three sessions: April 18th | May 23rd | June 20th

Join Andrea each month for a little wine, a little art, and whole lot of fun! In each class, she will guide you through a step-by-step painting project. You will leave with a completed 12”X12” acrylic painting plus the shared memory of creativity and great conversation with friends new and old. Wine and snacks will be provided. Students must be 21 or older.

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ADULTS { art } education

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Steampunk Jewelry or Frames Instructed by Maureen Roslanic Saturday, April 19th | 10:00 AM – 1:00 PM

$26.00

Upcycle old watches, jewelry, and beads to create a Steampunk-style pin, earrings, or photo frame. All basic supplies are included, but feel free to bring any antique jewelry, keys, metal parts, or gears that you would like to incorporate into your design.

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Hot Glass Beads $45.00 Instructed by Kris Miller & Dan Wall Saturday, May 10th | 10:00 AM – 3:00 PM

This is a class for both beginners and intermediate-level students. Students will learn many different bead-making techniques and will be able to take home between 8 and 10 finished beads. Please bring your own safety glasses and one small MAPP tank found at any local hardware store. Former participants are welcome!

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Jewelry-Making Basics Instructed by Corri Riebow Saturdays | 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM Two sessions: April 26th | May 17th

$20.00

Join Corri, a local jewelry artist, to create a unique piece of jewelry from start to finish. The basics of jewelry making and stringing will be covered. Students will leave with a completed piece of jewelry of their choice. Join us for one session or sharpen your skills by taking both. All materials are provided. Ages 12 and up are welcome.

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Glass Yard Art Flowers Instructed by Robin Atwood Sunday, April 27th | 1:00 PM – 3:00 PM

$26.00

Create a masterpiece using vintage and unique glassware, and odd glass pieces. These upcycled glass flowers will help to make any garden, yard, or flower pot sparkle with ‘bling.’ No two pieces are alike. All materials are provided.

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Glass Yard Art Towers & Bird Baths $26.00 Instructed by Robin Atwood Sunday, May 4th | 1:00 PM – 3:00 PM

Upcycle unique glass pieces to create sculptures for indoor or outdoor viewing. Make them as tall or as short as you’d like. There’s no better conversation starter than your own artwork. These sculptures make a beautiful addition to a yard, home, or garden. No two pieces are alike. All materials are provided.

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The Art of Cooking $60.00 Instructed by Denise Furitano Mondays | 1:00 PM – 3:00 PM Dates: May 12, 19,26th; June 2, 9, and 16th

Location: Denise’s Home Kitchen - Directions to Denise’s home will be given upon registration. Put the fun back in your kitchen! Join Denise in this handson cooking class. Students will learn cooking techniques, tips, recipes, and more. This class is suitable for both culinary novices and home cooks who are ready to take their skills to the next level.

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ADULTS { art } education

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Wood Burning $46.00 Instructed by Robert Routley Sr. Wednesdays, May 14 and 21st | 1:00 PM – 3:00 PM

This is a beginner wood burning or pyrography class that will focus on the proper use of tools and decorative techniques. Students will complete a step-by-step project as they learn the fundamentals of this unique art medium. Materials and equipment are provided.

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Beginning Sewing: Aprons! Instructed by Elsie Vredenburg Wednesday, May 28th | 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM

$63.00

Create an Apron with Elsie. This class will walk you through the basics of sewing using your sewing machine while you create a beautiful apron you can use every day. Please bring your sewing machine, threads, and two yards of fabric. (One yard each of two coordinating colors.) A pattern and tracing materials will be provided.

Beginning Knitting $40.00

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Instructed by Paula Winters Tuesdays |6:00 PM – 8:00 PM Dates: May 27th; June 3, 10, 17, and 24th

Learn the basics of knitting with Paula as she covers casting on and off, choosing needles and yarns, and knit and purl stitches. Students will build skills quickly as they complete a knitting project from start to finish.

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Leathercrafting for Beginners Instructed by Dawn Carpenter Mondays | 5:00 PM – 7:00 PM Dates: May 12, 19,26th; June 2, 9, and 16th

$75.00

Learn the basics of working with leather. Dawn covers choosing leather for a project, casing, pattern tracing,

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tooling, stitching, and dying of leather. Materials will be provided.


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Square & Contra Dance $20.00 Instructed by Mark Baumann Wednesdays| 7:30 PM – 8:30 PM Dates: April 2, 9, 16, and 23rd

Join Mark to learn the basic steps for traditional square and contra dancing. The square dancing will be in the style that was common before the western style started, and contra dance is very similar to square dancing. No experience needed, come with or without a partner. This is an excellent activity for singles, couples, and families. Please bring comfortable shoes to change into to keep the dance floor clean and dry. Mark Baumann has been dancing for years. He attends many dances at Wheatland Music Organization,

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Intermediate West Coast Swing & Bachata Instructed by Clare Freeman Thursdays | 6:30 PM – 7:30 PM Dates: April 17th; May 8, 22, 29th; June 5, 12th

$48.00

If you’ve danced a little West Coast Swing in the past, join us for more patterns, more styling, and more technique. We will also be building our Bachata, a sassy Dominican nightclub dance. No partner necessary. No experience in Bachata necessary. Students should be comfortable executing the basic patterns of West Coast Swing.

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Intro to Salsa and Merengue Instructed by Clare Freeman Thursdays | 8:30 PM – 9:30 PM Dates: April 17th; May 8, 22, 29th; June 5, 12th

$48.00

Are you ready to bring the fun of the Caribbean into your date nights and special outings? Come learn the basics of Salsa and Merengue, two upbeat, sassy, and dynamic social dances. No partner is needed and no experience is necessary.

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ADULTS { BASKETRY } education

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Meadow Lane Basket $52.00

Instructed by Jeanette Fleury and Nancy Randall Saturday, April 12th | 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM Location: Jeanette’s Home Studio– Directions are avaiolable This square hoop-handle basket is 12”x12” and is a design by M. Wald. The basket is woven inside the handle which provides a unique look, and may use a liner if desired. Both beginners and more experienced basket weavers will enjoy creating and using this beautiful basket.

Lilia’s Storage Basket $55.00

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Instructed by Jeanette Fleury and Nancy Randall Saturday, May 24th | 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM Location: Jeanette’s Home Studio- Directions are available

Lilia’s Storage Basket is a 12”x12” square, or 12”x14” oblong basket (your choice) and is perfect for storing sweaters in a closet or wardrobe. Leather handles make using this basket for storage All skill-levels are welcome.

Round Quaker Basket $60.00

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Instructed by Jeanette Fleury and Nancy Randall Saturday, June 7th | 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM Location: Jeanette’s Home Studio Directions are available

This beautiful Quaker-style round basket is woven on a solid wooden base. It measures 12” across by 7” high and has a notched swing handle. This is a beautiful basket that you will find yourself using over and over. All skill-levels are welcome.

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{ MEDIA & LITERATURE } ADULTS education

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Social Media: What Should I Know?

$48.00

Instructed by Sharrie Parke Thursdays | 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM Dates: April 17, 24; May 1st Sharrie’s social media course will cover the basics of Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin, and Instagram. Students will learn how to sign up, set their privacy settings, upload photos, and more!

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Apps: What are they?

$48.00

Instructed by Sharrie Parke Thursdays | 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM Dates: May 22, 29th; June 5th Apps are everywhere—on your phone, on your tablet, and on your computer. This course will teach students how to find and download apps, how to use them, and what they need to watch out for.

Literature Programs Writers’ Workshop

$5.00 each Facilitated by Mikki Garrels Every Second Monday | 6:00 PM – 8:30 PM April 14th | May 12th | June 9th Workshop members bring a copy of a new, revised, or continuing work of either fiction or creative nonfiction for each other group member. The following month, their work is critiqued. Attendees will grow as writers and readers and sharpen their critical thinking skills through close reading and discussion. Groups are limited to 8 participants. Contact Artworks for more information.

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APRIL – MAY{ free events } programming and events April 4 – May 30 The Ferris State University Art Gallery and Artworks presents:

Secret Mantra by Le Quoc Viet at Artworks Gallery Opening Reception: April 4, 2014 | 6:00PM - 7:30 PM Secret Mantra” is an art installation about losing the root language ” of Vietnam and everything that loss entails. The art of Le Quoc Viet focuses on history through the representation of ancient calligraphy as a metaphor. The images he uses reference mantra pillars from the Dinh Dynasty and are applied on illuminated fabric lanterns. The Indochina Arts Partnership (IAP) conducts programs of cultural development and artistic and educational exchange between the United States and the countries of Southeast Asia, with a primary focus on Vietnam. Founded in 1888, to foster cultural understanding through shared art, the non-profit IAP has produced two widely traveled exhibitions (As Seen by Both Sides and An Ocean Apart) of modern work by Vietnamese and American artists. The Partnership has sponsored residencies in America for more than one hundred Vietnamese visual artists, writers, and teachers.

Saturday, April 12, 2014 at 7:00 P.M. at City Hall Foreign Film Prisoner of the Mountain This Russian film, Prisoner of the Mountain is about an oddball pair of Russian soldiers who are captured and taken prisoner by a Chechen father who hopes to barter the soldiers for the release of his captive son. The two hostages begin to develop an unexpected and humorous bond of friendship.

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{ events } APRIL –

MAY

programming and events

Thursday, April 17, 2014 Novel Tea Series

$5.00 each

Facilitated by Jeanette Fleury Every Third Thursday | 3:00 PM Read the book, then come join our book discussion.

April 17th|Falling Angels: Tracey Chevalier. Takes place in early 20th century London, a story of class and the desire for more personal freedom for women.

May 15th|The Ocean at the End of the Lane: Neil Gaiman.

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man returns to his childhood home for a funeral. A story of magic, memory, and survival set in Sussex, England

June 12th |The Book Thief: Markus Zusak. Narrated by DEATH, this book is set in Nazi Germany where DEATH is very busy, this book describes a young girl’s relationship with her foster parents and a Jewish fighter being hidden in the family’s basement.

Tuesday, April 22, 2014 at 7:00 P.M. At Artworks Gallery The Great Michigan Read | Discussion Group Annie’s Ghosts A journey into a family secret by Steve Luxenberg. Panel discussion on the history of mental health care in Michigan. Refreshments provided by the Friends of Big Rapids Community Library with Ken Bazan, Bill Burmeister, and Wendy Samuels.

Friday, May 9, 2014 12:00 PM – 2:00 PM at *Pocket Park Pocket Park Summer Music Series The Big Rapids Downtown Business Association and Artworks are planning the musical interlude at the Pocket Park between Pepper’s Cafe and Chemical Bank in downtown Big Rapids for the summer of 2014. Pocket Park which is located next to Chemical Bank in downtown Big Rapids.

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APRIL – MAY{ events } programming and events

Saturday, May 10, 2014 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM (Open Late) Member Discount Shopping Day at Artworks Gift Shop | 10% all purchases for members If you are not a current member, please consider supporting Artworks with a $50 annual community membership. Members receive discounts at Great Lakes Book and Supply, Barnes & Noble Bookstore at Ferris, Frameworks Framing at Artworks, and Brinks Framing in Cadillac. Members also enjoy special membersonly shopping days four times per year, and are invited to special events.

Friday, May 16, 2014 6:00 PM at Artworks Gala Fundraising Event - Through the Looking Glass An evening of fun and excitement as you peer “Through the Looking Glass”. Let it stir your senses and feed your soul. Our strolling dinner will feature the art of food and entertainment to delight! Support the arts during our silent and live auctions then continue your fairy tale evening by taking a treasure home with you. Please contact Artworks for reservations. Don’t Be Late!

Don’t be Late!

2014 Gala Event

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{ free events } JUNE

– JULY

programming and events

June 6 - July 26 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM (Open Late) Gallery Hoffman Challenge Quilts by Elsie Vredenburg In celebration of the 25th year of the Hoffman Challenge, Artworks will exhibit the quilt entries of our own artist, Elsie Vredenburg. Elsie is a graduate of Michigan State and holds a BS in Home Economics Education. Elsie began quilting at the insistence of her grandmother. In Elsie’s words, “I quilt because I love fabric in its many colorsand patterns, and I love cutting it up and sewing it back together to make new designs. Even though I always said I had no artistic talent (translation: ability to draw) and avoided art classes every time I could, I think deep in my heart, this is what I always longed to be able to do. I make quilts for enjoyment, both mine and others.”

Ongoing Programs Tuesdays, Weekly | 9:00 AM Artworks Education Center Harmonica Group The Harmonica Group is comprised of anumber of local musicians who meet every Tuesday morning at 9 a.m. in Artworks. They have performed at a number of local schools and other venues. This group is a lot of fun and everyone is invited to attend.

The Picture Lady Program The Picture Lady program is gearing up for their spring series, “Native American Art.” This group of volunteers uses instructional materials purchased by the GFWC to educate school aged children on various aspects of art in a fun and interactive format. Currently, 9 schools have scheduled the Picture Lady which will benefit approximately 900 students. Volunteers for Picture Lady are being recruited for the St. Peter and Reed City schools. For more information, please call 231-796-2420 to speak with the Education Coordinator.

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ARTWORKS information

Be an inspiration Community Membership Please help Artworks continue to support the creative community by becoming a member. Artworks memberships are $50, and all members receive:

• Monthly Artworks newsletters and notifications of events, exhibits and classes. • Invitation to quarterly Members Only events, discounts, and drawings. • 10% discount on non-sale books and art and office supplies at Great Lakes Book & Supply, Big Rapids. • 10% discount on art supplies at Barnes & Noble on Ferris State University campus, Big Rapids. • 10% discount on art supplies and custom framing at Brinks Framing of Cadillac. Artworks supports 16 programs at little or no cost to the community. Additionally, summer camps, after school programs, educational opportunities for all ages are offered year round. The gift shop offers a local space where artistmade items are displayed for sale.

Gift Shop Hours

Tuesday - Friday | 10:00 AM - 5:30 PM Saturday 10:00 AM - 3:00 PM Closed Sunday & Monday

Gallery Hours Tuesday - Friday | 10:00 AM - 5:30 PM Saturday 10:00 AM - 3:00 PM Closed Sunday & Monday

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ARTWORKS information

Who inspires Artworks? Artists |

Join our family of exhibiting artists. The Gift Shop at

Artworks features art and handmade items by over 100 local and Michigan artists. Artists offer their work on consignment. Contact Anna at shopartworks@gmail.com or visit our website artworksinbigrapids.org for more information.

Volunteers | Without our wonderful volunteers, all that we do would not be possible. We have volunteer opportunities available for Gift Shop clerks, docents in our Gallery, to serve on committees and act as reception assistants. If you would like to know more, contact Anna at shopartworks@gmail.com or call 231.796.2420.

Sponsors |

You can make a difference in the culture of our

community by supporting Artworks programs through sponsorship. From exhibits in the gallery to the Foreign Film Series, Artworks enriches our community with humanities and arts programs for children, youth, and adults. If you are interested in sponsoring a program, please contact Jennifer at 231-796-2420 or artworksinbr@gmail.com.

Artworks is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization

106 North Michigan Avenue |  Big Rapids, Michigan 49307 231.796.2420 | 231.796.6595 fax | artworksinbr@gmail.com

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ARTWORKS information

Artworks Rentals From meetings to receptions, Artworks in downtown Big Rapids provides the perfect setting for your next special event. Our stylish, clean accommodations include two kitchenettes, two dance floors, an elevator for accessibility and A/V equipment. Our upper level -Gallery houses a spacious meeting room surrounded by our rotating art exhibits and can comfortably fit over 100 people. This area is ideal for creative brainstorming or an elegant reception. On the lower level is Studio A with a dance floor, open space for receptions or meetings and a dressing room. Also on the lower level is Studio B, comprised of a mirrored dance floor which can accommodate up to 30 people easily with added chairs and tables. This space conveys positive energy and is perfect for dance workshops and all-day seminars alike. Come to Artworks to check out these spaces for your next event. Open houses, receptions, meetings and seminars will be enhanced by the beauty of Artworks. Where else can you be inspired by works of art while entertaining friends or organizing your next big event? Contact Artworks at (231) 796-2420, or email artworks at artworksinbr@gmail.com to arrange a visit or rental. Also visit Artworks Facilities for more information regarding these spaces.

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ARTWORKS information

Our Mission is to initiate and support humanities and arts activities that enrich our lives, nurture our creative efforts and vitalize the community.

Artworks Executive Board Alice Bandstra, President Stephen Ross, Past President Doug Haneline, VP of Programming Marian Sakalauskas, Secretary Mike Grandy, Treasurer Allison Kwiatkowski, President Elect

Artworks Board Members Danielle Brennan Kay Crew Debra Jacks Joe Miles Barbara Ross Roger Schneidt Rick Swinson Trinidy Williams

The Board meets at 3:30pm on the second Monday of the month in the Artworks Upper Gallery. The meetings are open to the public.

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