Event Details

June ArtShare

Time: June 21, 2014 from 2:30pm to 4:30pm
Location: The Hudgens Center for the Arts
Street: 6400 Sugar Loaf Parkway, Building 300
City/Town: Duluth, GA 30097
Website or Map: http://www.thehudgens.org
Phone: 770-623-6002
Event Type: artist, talk, and, artshare
Organized By: Kathy Meliopoulos (WCGA contact) Teresa Osborn or Angela Nichols (Hudgens Center contacts)
Latest Activity: Jun 9, 2014

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Event Description

ArtShare is a forum for members of WCAGA to show their work for the purpose of gaining feedback and insight, and to network with other artists and art professionals

New member Teresa Blanchard Osborn from the Hudgens Center for the Arts in Duluth has offered to host the June ArtShare in one of the classroom/studios at the center. Members should come into the center and go to the reception desk to be directed to the room (to be determined). We can drop off our work and refreshments there.

An added BONUS is that artist Pam Longobardi, winner of the Hudgens Prize, will be giving an artist talk on her work which is currently on display in the center's gallery from 1-2 pm. We can arrive early to see the exhibit and hear her talk. I plan to be there at 12:15 so I can see the show before the talk begins.

This is an excellent opportunity on many levels and I hope lots of us will attend. Please let me know if you plan to come to the talk, the art share and/or both. Beverages will be provided, you may bring a snack to share.

Kathy Meliopoulos: kathymeliopoulos@gmail.com, 404-325-0863

***Please be aware that the center closes at 5 pm so we must conclude by 4:30 pm (this includes clean up  and pack up!)

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