At first glance, you may not notice the many similarities between Claire Bloomfield’s work and “The Lion Rock, Kynance Cove, South Cornwall” by William Trost Richards, but after watching this it will make so much sense! Join us August 4th at AVA for the opening reception of Examinations from 5:30-8pm
The Battle of Franklin Trust will host its ongoing Civil War lecture series this Thursday, July 13 featuring speaker Eric A. Jacobson, CEO of The Battle of Franklin Trust. Entitled “America, the Confederacy, and the Future of our Civil War,” the lecture will address current events, the Confederate flag, monument removals, changing interpretation, and what is in store for the future of Civil War history. The event begins at 6:00 pm at the Fleming Center at Carnton and is free and open to the public. For more information, contact [email protected] or (615) 786-1864.
Rachel Veal explains why the juxtaposition of different materials draws her in as she departs from her normal medium to connect with Christopher Wilmarth’s “Susan Walked In.” Join us August 4th at AVA for the opening reception of Examinations from 5:30-8pm.
Das Bewerbungsverfahren für die art KARLSRUHE 2018 hat gestartet und läuft noch bis zum 12. September. Alle Informationen zur Messe und dem Bewerbungsprozess finden Sie unter https://www.art-karlsruhe.de/website/f%C3%BCr-aussteller/ihre-teilnahme/download-bewerbungsunterlagen/index.jsp
Take a look and learn why the language of landscapes intrigue Katherine Hanks McAlister as she reflects on “Rocks at Lobster Point” by Lamar Dodd. Join us August 4th at AVA - Association for Visual Arts for the opening reception of Examinations from 5:30-8pm.
Join us at the Hunter tomorrow for a whimsical performance by musician Nick Lutsko, as part of our Bands on the Bluff series, starting at 6p. You can enjoy the concert and visit our exhibit "Thrill After Thrill: Thirty Years of Wayne White" for just $5 starting at 4p! Check it out at: http://www.huntermuseum.org/events/2017/7/6/thrill-after-thrill-bands-on-the-bluff-featuring-nick-lutsko-and-friends
Join your friends for the annual 4th of July Parade at 8AM along Scenic Highway 30A, concluding in Seaside with even more fun! The parade begins in Seagrove Beach and travels down 30A ending in Seaside! Then make sure to reserve your spot on the Seaside Amphitheater lawn for a festive, patriotic performance by the Victory Belles at 7PM in the Seaside Amphitheater followed by the always popular fireworks finale at 8:30PM—an annual 4th of July Seaside tradition! *Shuttles will be running from 6 a.m. until midnight on July 4 from the Grayton Beach Public Parking Lot. Free to ride. #SeasideFL
The Twirling American Beauties have been a crowd favorite during Seaside Parades for nearly 2 decades! Don't miss their final performance tomorrow during the 4th of July Parade starting at 8am - and make sure to tell Linda Happy Birthday! #SeasideFL #4thOfJuly Stars & Stripes in Seaside 2017 | The Walton Sun
Join us tonight as we kick off Stars & Stripes in Seaside 2017! We're excited to welcome back the Pensacola Symphony Orchestra for tonight's Stars & Stripes Pops Concert at 7:30pm in the Seaside Amphitheater! Come early to set up your blankets and chairs for this annual Seaside tradition! #SeasideFL
Check out Carrie Pendergrass as she reflects on her relationship with color and similarities and differences between her work and the work of George Ayers Cress as she responds to his piece, “Delta 3.” Join us August 4th at AVA - Association for Visual Arts for the opening reception of Examinations from 5:30-8pm.
We thoroughly enjoyed our opening reception for our new exhibit "Thrill After Thrill: Thirty Years of Wayne White" last night! The exhibit opens to the public TODAY so if you don't have any weekend plans, come stay dry and enjoy Wayne's work. Share Wayne with our community by becoming a weekend docent. First session is tomorrow. Head on over to our website for more info: http://www.huntermuseum.org/events/2017/7/1/weekend-wayne-docents