In this class you will be shown by demonstration and hands on, how to see new colors and to apply them to your paintings. You will learn which colors are compatible with other colors and how to successfully use them to enhance your painting.
Wednesday, September 5, 1:30-4:30pm
Eco Dyeing on Paper
Karin Fish instructor
Random Acts of Fiber’s
Each student will leave with 4 eco-printed, double- sided sections of watercolor paper approximately 4 x 6 inches. End results could be framed or made into a notecards when fully dry. Material list: A pair of rubber gloves, card-board and/or newspaper to carry your wet paper home, flat. Wear old clothes or bring an apron. You can bring leaves but some will be provided. Questions? Ask Karin: firstname.lastname@example.org.
NAA Member $30 . Non-Member $35
With Evie Sussman
$15 each or $25 for two
Hosted by the Dark Sky Committee of Northport Energy
Presenter: Mary Stewart Adams
Dark sky is about more than seeing the night sky. It is also about reducing energy costs, health & safety, and protecting wildlife.
Come and learn more about all aspects of dark sky, including the stories it tells of our human journey.
About our speaker...Mary Stewart Adams, star lore historian and storyteller, is dedicated to a humanities-based approach to understanding our celestial world, and the arts and sciences it inspires. Mary led the initiative that achieved International Dark Sky Park designation for the Headlands in 2011, which was only the 9th such park in the world at the time. Under Mary's direction, the Headlands was named the 2017 International Dark Sky Place of the Year by the International Dark Sky Association. Over the years, Mary's work has taken her around the globe, where she advocates for protecting the night sky in order to nurture healthy human imaginations. She has received numerous honors for her work and can be heard each week on Interlochen Public Radio with her "Storyteller's Night Sky" segment.
Community Meeting: The Report on Designing and Achieving 2018
Please join us Wednesday, May 30, 2018 for a community meeting at the Village Arts Building in Northport.
Location: Village Arts Building, 301 N. Mill St., Northport, MI 49670
Date: Wednesday, May 30th
Time: 6:30 PM - 8 PM
Maybe you joined us to talk about Designing and Achieving in October 2017 at the Northport Creek golf course, and/or participated in a focus group, and/or took the Designing and Achieving survey in January/February. Or maybe you are just now hearing about it. We hope you'll join us in learning more about top priorities in our region and initiatives underway.
Wise Witty Wonderful Women of Leelanau
Wednesday, April 25
Village Art Building - 301 Mill Street, Northport
5:30 - 8:300pm
Connect with other Wonderful Women!!!
Enjoy the Northport Art Association Works of Art!!!
Bring friends and Finger Food &/or Beverage to share
Contribution of $5 for use of space is appreciated!!!