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Russ Traver’;s vibrant acrylic paintings portray dreamlike landscapes, often featuring quirky and fantastical creatures. This collection is part of Traver’s Garden of the Moon series: images featuring recognizable settings that include surprising characters. Through it, Traver hopes to “take viewers to a wondrous land of pure beauty where there is no beginning or end.” A self-proclaimed surreal-fauvist artist, Russ Traver strives to combine the dream like quality and distorted reality of Surrealism, with positive expression achieved through the strong color of Fauvism. The artist believes, “it is the regression of the mind into the past by which we discover images of the future.”
Gadsden Arts is pleased to present the thirty-third year of oour signature exhibition, Art in Gadsden. The 33rd Art in Gadsden regional exhibition of fine art presents 99 works by 88 artists, selected from 263 works entered. Aja Roache, Gallery Director, Foster-Tanner Fine Art Gallery at FAMU will select award-winning works of art, and share her thoughts about the work and the exhibition. Exhibited works span the mediums of watercolor, pastel, acrylics, oil, photography, ceramics, wood, fiber, metal, glass, and serigraph.
Embark on an epic quest through hidden ruins, ancient caves, and dense jungles. At Treasured Vacation Bible School (VBS), kids dig into action-packed, faith-filled adventures. They’ll discover God’s greatest treasure isn’t diamonds, gems, or gold–it’s them! You do not have to be a member to join in the fun!
VBS is open to rising Kindergarteners through rising 5th graders! More infdo and registration at https://goodsamtally.org/vbs/
Young prince Pippin is in search of the secret to true happiness and fulfillment, he finds that it lies not in extraordinary endeavors, but in the unextraordinary moments that happen every day.
Tickets are available at https://www.quincymusictheatre.com/pippin.
Note: This production is intended for more mature audiences.
The Tallahassee Farmers Market originally stemmed from the Tallahassee Curb Market on Gaines Street, which was present from the 1930s to the 1950s. In 1978, the market moved to the pavilion at Market Square, and the Tallahassee Farmers Market was established. In 2019, the Farmers Market moved to a new home at the Cornerstone Presbyterian Church on Kerry Forest Pkwy and Thomasville Rd. Several vendors you see at the market today have been there since the beginning.
We can’t wait to bring the First ever Thomasville Summer Craft Festival!! This indoor event will be at the Thomasville Fair Grounds on July 31st, 2021. Bring the family out & enjoy shopping local vendors, small businesses, Live Music, Food Trucks & Fun!
July 31st, 2021 from 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Local Vendors and Small Business
Live DJ & MORE
Join the Friends of Maclay Gardens for Yoga in the Gardens every Saturday morning. Classes are led by certified instructors from Yoga Power Tallahassee and all experience levels are welcome. Bring your water bottle and mat. Preregistration is encouraged; call the park at 850-487-4556 to sign up.
This morning session camp is $195 per registrant, and runs from Monday-Thursday from 9:00 am-12:00 pm each day. Our camps are designed for girls and boys, ages 7-14. Kids will create 4 DIY youth projects and a DIY camp t-shirt over the course of the camp! Participants will be able to customize and choose their project designs and paint colors from our decor line of paints!
We also offer an optional Friday half-day camp August 6th from 9:00 am-12:00 pm. Check our calendar to register!
This Week’s Summer ARt Camp Projects will include:
Project 1: Wooden Animal Blocks
Project 2: Rainbow Pom Hanger
Project 3: Canvas Pillow
Project 4: 12×16 Plank Sign
Join Maclay Gardens and Barbara Clark, regional director of the Florida Public Archaeology Network, for a discussion on how Native Americans and early European settlers in the North Florida region used plants as food, medicine, and more.