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CALENDAR of EVENTS

The Sakonnet Collective presents Sarah Benham

Ceramic Classes with Arch Contemporary

2016 SUMMER SESSION
CLASS SCHEDULE

Our 2016 summer line-up includes a choice of 3-week, 6-week or 12-week sessions in either wheel throwing or hand-building. Classes meet once a week for three hours.  Tuition includes 25 pounds of clay,  all glaze materials and firing fees.
Email shauna@archcontemporary.com with any questions or to reserve your space (6 students per class max).
For more info or to sign up for classvisit- http://www.archcontemporary.com/classes-events/

 

Gallery 4 Presents Nature Preserved

Rock A Baby FREE Children’s Concert

Returning for the third year here in Four Corners is the amazing children’s concert Rock-A-Baby!!!!

JULY 12th @ 2:30pm

at the Four Corners Arts Center

3852 Main Road, Tiverton Four Corners

Rock a baby is an interactive music program for children. The concert introduces children to mucis from Bach to rock and rap.

We will dance play games and shake it up to some great music with our puppet friends, Rhythm, Melody and Harmony!!

Rock-a-baby.net

South Coast Artists Tour

Arts & Artisan Festival 2016

Visit artsandartisanfestival.com for more information!

 

 

Steel’n Space: 2016 Outdoor Sculpture Park

On view from July -October during daylight hours

FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

OPENING RECEPTION: July 17th 2016 2-4pm

on the lawn of the Meeting House, 3850 Main Rd.

Summer Children’s Art & Nature Camp

Ages 4-6 9am-12pm | Ages 7-9 1pm-4pm
$50 per student for the week, all materials will be provided.

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER FOR CAMP!

Camp Instructor: Erin Glynn, Bachelors Degree in Art Education for the Univeristy of Mass Dartmouth & a teacher at Little Peeps Montessorri and Naturskola School in Little Compton, RI

Cultural Survival Bazaar

When: July 30th & 31st

Where: on the Lawn of the Soule Seabury House in Four Corners

The Cultural Survival Bazaars are a series of cultural festivals that give Indigenous artists, their representatives, and fair trade companies from around the world the chance to sell their work directly to the American public. They also expose over 35,000 Americans each year to Indigenous art, music, and culture, while giving vitors a chance to talk with Indigenous artists directly.

In the past seven years alone the bazaars have generated over $3 million for indigenous artisans, fair trade businesses, indigenous communities’ programs, and Cultural Survival’s work on behalf of indigenous peoples..

Every year, hundreds of artists and their representatives sell traditional crafts, artwork, clothing, jewelry, carpets, and accessories.

The bazaars also offer a wide assortment of cultural performances, which include live music from around the world, Native American storytelling, cultural presentations, craft-making demonstrations, short films, and much more.

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