The Pine Center for the Arts has a busy month this October with a wide variety of programming available for the community. Here is just a quick preview of a few of the events that are being planned.
Friday, October 12th: Opening Night Reception from 4:00 – 6:00 PM
With “Close to Simple,” Don Farrell shares his view of the world through photography and handmade frames and mats. Don sees beauty and connectedness in the world around him, from a micro view of a flower to patterns found in nature and man-made structures. Read more on the Art Center Blog about this artist.
Friday, October 12th: Creative Canvas Painting Night with Lori from 7:00 – 9:00 PM
Creative Canvas nights provide a fun atmosphere with light appetizers and wine for guests to relax while learning to paint with a local artist. The October session includes a Mixed Media painting taught by Lori Tapani. Read more or register for this class by visiting the website at www.pinecenter.org
Thursday, October 25th: Wine Glass Painting Night with Charlene from 6:00 – 9:00 PM
Take a class with one of our local artists, Charlene. Students will enjoy painting wine glasses for this class and take home 2 completed glasses with an Autumn theme for use or display in their home. Advance registration is required for this event by 10/22 for supply purchases.
Friday, October 26th: Corner Cabaret Event – Tunisia: A November Story at 7:00 PM
The Corner Cabaret Series will present a special evening with local author, Gayla Marty.
In the fall of 1979, Gayla Marty was a Minnesota exchange student in Tunisia, making friends and learning to cook in a simple kitchen with different ingredients. Making a Thanksgiving meal took on new importance and meaning as political and personal events upset their lives. Join her for a reading from her work in progress, “Cooking in Paradise”.
Located in Pine City, the Pine Center for the Arts has been serving the Greater Pine City area since 2009. With a variety of programming opportunities, the non-profit, volunteer-led facility is a gathering place for artisans and art lovers alike. Artists interested in displaying their work or teaching others their skills are welcome to contact the Pine Center for the Arts. For more information, please see www.pinecenter.org.