Cork and Canvas Art Party
Well known Indiana artists Mary Ann Davis & Carol Strock Wasson will provide step-by-step instruction to creat your own masterpiece while sipping a favorite drink! Gather your friends for a colorful group experience! All painting supplies are provided, including an apron to keep you looking your best.
Cost: $35/person (does not include alcohol; beverages, alcoholic and non, are available for cash purchase).
Must be 21 or over to participate.
Date: Friday, April 18
Where: Room 912
912 Main St.
Richmond, IN 47374
Cork and Canvas for Friday April, 18th has officially sold out! Thanks for the support!
2015 Date TBA
WHEN: Saturday, July 6th
Time: 8 AM - 4PM
Please RSVP at 765-966-0256
Meeting Place / Registration: Richmond Art Museum
Locations of interest - Maps will be provided at registration
COOKOUT AND ART SALE:
Time: 4 PM - 6PM
Location: Richmond Art Museum Grounds
RAM hosts a joint paint out inviting members of both the Indiana Plein Air Painters Association (IPAPA) and the Ohio Plein Air Society (OPAS) to come to Richmond and paint! Join us as we scatter across Richmond and the surrounding countryside for a fun day of study, painting and networking! This will be a fun, light-hearted, informal affair, so come prepared to enjoy!
2014 Dates TBA
TIME: 10AM - 4PM
Join us for a celebration of ceramics as we turn a spotlight on talented regional artists who work in clay! Pottery will be on display and available for purchase! Functional ceramics like plates, bowls, and mugs will be shown alongside sculpture and art pieces! We will also highlight area food vendors who will be on site, selling delicious fare to enjoy while browsing the ceramic booths! Plus, there is nothing like good music to liven up any festival! Bring the whole family as there will be hands on opportunities for both children and adults! Come get your hands in the clay!
FREE TO ATTEND
Pottery booths will have ceramics for sale! Food vendors will have food and drink! Cash or check preferred.
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Featured Potterypalooza Musicians:
Sean Lamb Band
Any artist of any skill level is welcome to this gathering. Come and paint with peers and find mentors to help advance your painting skills. Becoming part of the group has many benefits including an annual show and sale, paint out opportunities, and an important archiving aspect to track your progress as an artist as well as the groups progress and activities! Come and be a founding member of the revived Richmond Art Group!
MEETING SCHEDULED: Saturday, March 22, 2014
TIME: 10AM – 4PM
MEETING PLACE & PAINTING LOCATION: MEET AT RAM
2014 Group Meeting Schedule
Saturday, March 22 (Paint in)
Saturday, May 17 (Paint out; location TBA)
Saturday, June 21 & 22 (Paint out; Secret Garden Tour / Rose Garden)
Saturday, July 12 (Richmond Art Museum City Life Day at Glen Miller Park)
Saturday, Sept. 6 (Paint out; location TBA)
Saturday, November 1 (Paint in)
Sunday, Dec. 7 (Paint in / Coincides with RAM Holiday Art Mart Opening)
Please call or email to let us know if you are planning to attend:
June 21 and 22, 2014
This annual event gives you the opportunity to visit the canvasses of local landscape artists throughout our community. We will be featuring the Rose Garden at Glen Miller Park again this year which is where the garden boutique featuring unique iron works, baskets, containers and a variety of garden accessories will be held. The Richmond Group plein air painters will be on the grounds painting! Watch them paint! Many of the paintings will be available for purchase!
Tickets will beavailable at the Richmond Art Museum and will be available at the RAM during the garden tour.
All proceeds benefit operations at the Richmond Art Museum.
Saturday: 9:00am to 3:00pm, Sunday: 10:00am to 3:00pm (Rain or Shine)
Tickets $10 each Advance Sale. Or $12 on the days of the tour. Available at RAM and all First Bank Richmond Locations!
January 11, 2014
Each year the Richmond Art Museum and Reid Hospital Foundation join together for this premiere gala and auction. This year proceeds will again be shared equally between the organizations, benefiting Richmond Art Museum Community Education Programs and Reid Hospital Oncology Services.