Bring a friend, enjoy the meeting, program and refreshments.
• Wyn Flo’s Program: A Creative Approach to Helping Others through Breast Cancer Treatment
• Plans for Angels of the Arts Brunch
Immediately Following the Meeting:
Wreaths for All Reasons Workshop
Bring your lunch or order out, drinks provided.
For more info, contact:
Robyn Parker, HMA Guild Secretary
828.228.5860 • email@example.com
Response Appreciated (but not required)
Additional Wreaths for All Reasons Workshops:
- Tuesday, October 14, 10 AM
- Monday, October 20, 1 PM
The workshops will be held in the small education classroom. Also, if we could mention that we still need donations for the workshops and that the Fall wreaths are in the Galleria for sale.
Free Demonstration, Coe Gallery
Give Tai Chi a try! The ancient Chinese art of Tai Chi uses gentle flowing movements to reduce the stress of today’s busy lifestyles and improve health. Rick Berry is a certified Tai Chi instructor who teaches with great clarity and patience. Improve your balance, strength and coordination in the ambience of beautiful original art.
A series of 18 classes will begin on October 22. Classes will be held on Wednesday evenings from 6:30 – 7:30 PM for Introductory Class; and 7:30 – 8:30 PM for Continuing Class. The cost for 18 classes is $70 Members, $85 Non-Members (either Introductory or Continuing). The Continuing Class is open to students who have studied with Rick previously at the Museum and to others with Tai Chi experience.
A minimum of 10 registrants is required for the class to run.
Once part of New York City’s art scene, Tryon, NC artist Margaret Curtis has been reviewed by Artforum, Art in America and The New York Times. “Her level of technical skill draws viewers in – but the longer one examines the scene, the odder it appears.” [VERVE Magazine]
Exhibition runs through November 2.
Join Raymond Smith for a gallery talk through his current exhibition In Time We Shall Know Ourselves. Following the discussion, Smith will sign copies of the catalog, which illustrates all 52 photos with essays by Richard King and Alexander Nemerov.
Refreshments will be served at 2:30 PM.
Enjoy the eerie electric improv sounds of John Cheek (keyboard synthesizer), Rick Cline (drums) and David Wechsler (wind synthesizer and flutes) inspired by B-horror movies. Presented in conjunction with LRU’s concert series.
Members: $19.44 for a couple [$10 individuals]
Non-Members: $44 for a couple [$22 individuals]
Please reserve your spot by Monday, November 3
This event is presented in honor of the exhibition 1944: A War, The People, A New Museum. Dare to dress vintage and enjoy cocktails, period music by Nathan Hefner and Rick Cline, and hors d’oeuvres by LRU’s Chef Eddie.
Sponsored by George Clay III, DDS Family & Cosmetic Dentistry
Shop the HMA Galleria for your holiday needs!
Enjoy 20% off for Members (10% Non-Members) on most items*, and free lemonade & cookies. (*excludes gift certificates, memberships, exhibition artwork, and certain book titles)
$15/Family (or individual) Members
Includes materials for one multi-colored ball
Must register by Friday, November 14
Call HMA at 828.327.8576
Family fun includes making beach ball-sized lighted spheres. They look great on the lawn or hanging from your trees during the holidays! Les Whicker will lead you through the process. Please bring wire cutters and work gloves and be ready for fun!
Please note there was a date change from what was listed in the newsletter.
$30 per person, Call HMA at 828.327.8576 for Reservations
Lake Hickory Country Club
The HMA Guild presents its 40th Annual Angels of the Arts Brunch! The Silent Auction will be held from 10 – 11:30 AM; followed by the Brunch and Live Auction. New this year: “Wreaths for All Reasons” – a room devoted to wreaths that are perfect for all your holiday decorating needs! All proceeds benefit HMA. Invitations will be mailed in November.
Support provided by:
Von Drehle Corporation & Catawba Valley Medical Center
Join us for an ekphrastic (poetry about art) walking tour through the exhibits. Poets: To participate, visit HMA then submit poem(s) written about artwork to Kelly Demaegd (firstname.lastname@example.org) by November 29.