Liberty Arts News In a Flash
Liberty Arts Glass Studio Opens
Liberty Arts announces the opening of its 1,000 square foot furnace-based glass blowing studio and coldworking shop. In keeping with the mission of Liberty Arts, it operates as a non-profit studio with public access.
The Liberty Arts Glass Studio will offer introductory to advanced classes, along with public demonstrations and events. Private instruction is available at all levels. Beginners will learn glassblowing by creating objects such as cups, tumblers and paperweights. More advanced students will create functional, ornamental pieces of glass art.
Advanced students and experienced glass artists will be able to rent the studio and equipment by the hour. Multi-media collaboration with Liberty Arts metal, wood, ceramic, and metal casting will also be available.
Clay Sculpting Classes are now at Liberty Arts Again
Liberty Arts Artist, Caroly Van Duyn, is teaching introductory and intermediate Expression Through Clay: Handbuilding Techniques classes. Come check out our new ceramic area and learn from a wonderful and very experienced artisan. Register online by going to our website and clicking on the Classes heading or contact email@example.com with any questions.
Jackie MacLeod shows at Fearrington Folk Art Show
Liberty Arts Artist, Jackie MacLeod, is taking part in the 15th annual Fearrington Folk Art Show. See her brass and copper paintings and the work of 35 other artists in an extremely diverse display of art on February 24, 25 and 26 in Fearrington’s barn.
We will soon have gift certificates offered online! Until then, Liberty Arts is happy to offer gift certificates in any denomination. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org with the amount and what information you would like on the gift certificate (To/From names). Once we receive payment we will send out your gift certificate.
Liberty Arts on HB2
Liberty Arts is a sculpture studio and foundry whose purpose is to enrich our communities with arts experiences that inspire, empower, educate and entertain.
We believe strongly that diversity enhances our ability to fulfill that purpose, and in fact fosters a more creative and innovative artforce. Liberty Arts welcomes all to our inclusive atmosphere.
We do NOT support the NC Legislature’s passage of HB2.
"The Iron Furnace"
If you created a scratchblock mold at the iron pour on Friday, November 18 and have not picked it up yet contact us at email@example.com to set up a time to pick it up at the foundry in Durham Central Park.
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