Local Teaching Artist, April Zajko, will be offering a series of “Pop Up Art Studio” sessions in the Northeast Kingdom of Vermont. These open studio sessions are for everyone! Pop Up Art Studio is a welcoming space, that creates opportunities for dialogue, skill sharing, and art making between people of differing backgrounds, ages, cultures and abilities. If you would like to host a Pop Up Art session at your business, organization, or circle of friends please contact April at firstname.lastname@example.org
April’s unique perspective as an early childhood educator makes participants of ALL ages and artistic abilities feel welcomed and at ease. With a focus on enjoying the process of art making, participants can feel the gentle transformative power of creating art in a cozy and encouraging space where ALL are welcome.
The December 18th session will focus on card making with mixed media & paper collage. Participants are invited to drop in for an hour (or several hours) to sip tea, chat, and create unique paper collages. Bring a friend or family member or come meet new friends in your community.
POP UP ART STUDIO ~ Card Making
Location: 142 Eastern ~ St. Johnsbury, Vermont
$10 suggested donation per person
No one turned away for lack of funds
All ages (Children 8 and under must attend with a responsible adult)
Live Music from 5-8 p.m. with “BOBBY FARLICE SOUND SYSTEM”
With a long history of music in Los Angeles and the San Francisco Bay area, Bobby Farlice was a member of Nobuko Miyamoto’s band Warriors of the Rainbow and the Change Band with Flip Nunez and Michael Howell. He was also a contributor to music for the progressive social scene at San Francisco’s Glide Memorial Church. His set is jazz, blues and Latin, all with a touch of soul, and all for your listening pleasure. Having played the nightclub scene for many years, he prefers playing community gigs like First Night, which he generously supports. The sound system in the Bobby Farlice Sound System is his Roland FP2 keyboard with Session Partner, which turns Bobby into a one-man band.