Create Art Alongside South County Artists at ‘Do Art’ in Shady Side
Now in its third year, the Muddy Creek Artist Guild artists will be on site at the Shady Side museum, training would-be artists. Do Art is free and open to the general public (all ages). The artist guild is asking participants to make reservations so that they can know what supplies to bring.
That isn’t all that is happening at the Shady Side Museum on Sunday. Museum guests are invited to bring a picnic or buy a hot dog from the Boy Scouts and stay after Do Art for “Music on the Lawn: a Summer Series” of summer music concerts on the lawn of the Capt. Avery Museum.
On Aug. 5, the musical duo of Pint and Dale will be performing in the early evening. Be sure to bring a blanket or lawn chair to hear William Pint and Felicia Dale, who rank among North America’s most exciting interpreters of music based in the maritime music traditions of the British Isles and France. Their take on nautical numbers begins at 6 p.m. A donation of $5 is suggested.
During Do Art, the Muddy Creek Artist Guild artists will offer free training in photography, batik, pottery, sculpture, pastels, jewelry making, drawing, silk painting, and more. Participants will be “doing art” in these hands-on workshops.
Members of the artist guild will conduct the training and supply needed materials. They’ll assist participants in learning basic techniques. Participants can visit more than one artist and learn more than one type of art throughout the four hours of the event.
In order to have enough supplies on hand, interested individuals are asked to RSVP to the Museum’s office, 410-867-4486. Corporate sponsors of the Museum are Greenstreet Gardens and BayVue Consulting, Inc.
Noon to 4 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 5 Pint and Dale musical performance 6 p.m. Sunday, Aug 5 Bring a lawn chair or blanket $5 suggested donation Capt. Avery Museum
1418 EW Shady Side Road Shady Side. Please RSVP to 410-867-4486