Jim Stratton: Screams and Whispers

Jim Stratton: Screams and Whispers 

December 1st – January 27
Opening Reception December 1st from 5:30-7pm

This exhibit will remain on display until January 27

Gallery Hours:

Tuesday through Thursday ~ 10-1 and 2-5
Fridays ~ 10-2
Second Saturday of the month ~ 10 – 1

Bottles and Brushes, Fun Art not Fine Art

Cost: $35 includes materials

Join Jenny Altman with Art Bug Studio at BCAC for a social painting class with easy step by step instructions for completing a painting in one session.

Creative fun for all levels, even the complete novice who has never held a paint brush. Bring your own beverage
Visit Art Bug Studio or Call 843.250.4592 to register.

Wood Burning Workshop

Cost: $120

Ages: 16+

This three hour workshop will combine the entire wood burning series into one session. The class will cover the basics of wood burning, including safety procedures, creating and applying a design, and wood treatment.

Due to the potential of self-burning, students must be over the age of 12 to attend this class. To register Black Creek Arts Council at 843.332.6234, or use the button below.

Opening Reception for Jessica Clark

Jessica Clark is a resident of NC and a member of the Lumbee Tribe of NC.  She earned a Bachelor of Art in Studio Art from the University of North Carolina at Pembroke and a Master of Fine Arts in Painting from the Savannah College of Art and Design.  Jessica has exhibited in numerous shows in the Southeast, and her work is included in the collections of the Museum of the Southeast American Indian, Savannah College of Art and Design- Lacoste, France and the Federal Reserve Bank in Charlotte.  Her work concentrates on documenting, preserving and educating her viewers on Southeastern Native American identity.  She was profiled in the Winter 2014 and 2015/16  issue of First American Art Magazine, named a ‘2014 Woman to Watch’ at the Eighth Annual Conference of American Indian Women of Proud Nations and is a 2015 Joan Mitchell Visual Arts Scholar. She has a 14-year old son and is employed by the Public Schools of Robeson County where she teaches Visual Arts.

Jessica Clark: Lumbee Artist

October 6 – November 23, 2016

Gallery Hours:

Tuesday through Thursday ~ 10-1 and 2-5
Fridays ~ 10-2
Second Saturday of the month ~ 10 – 1

Pinhole Photography at BCAC

Pinhole photography is the art of creating pictures through the use of a pinhole camera, which is essentially a light-proof box with a hole in one side made from household objects. During this two-part series, students will construct their own pinhole cameras and will be able to take them home. Students will also put their cameras to use and take, as well as develop, their own pictures of a variety of mediums. Due to the use of chemicals, students must be 16 or older to attend this class.
Age: 16+
When: September 8 & 22
Time: 6:00PM
Cost: $50
Instructor: Ashley Gillespie

Pottery Throwing at Black Creek Arts Council

Under guided instruction, students will learn the basic techniques of pottery throwing and slab work. During this 4-week class, students will be given the opportunity to complete a project from development of technique, to decorating and cleaning, and finally the firing and finishing process.
When: Tuesdays
Time: 1:00PM-4:00PM
Cost: $180
Instructor: Diane Winrich

Basic Beading at BCAC

This class will give students a foundation in basic beading techniques including bead stringing, how to add clasps, crimp protectors, crimp covers and crimp beads and the basics of wire wrapping. The instructor will also discuss techniques on how to pick out beads, how to coordinate colors with the use of a color chart, as well as an understanding of contrasts in texture, lights and darks, and size and shapes.
When: September 6, 10am – 12noon, or
September 7, 10am – 12noon & 6pm – 8pm
Cost: $15 plus supplies
Instructor: Diane Winrich

Disney’s Music Camp for 2nd-5th Graders

 Grades 2nd – 5th                                  Cost $50 
Join us for a week long, Disney-themed music camp where we will develop musicianship through singing, basic rhythm skills, general music theory, and themed crafts.

Camp Creative for 3rd and 5th Graders

Grades 3rd – 5th                                   Cost $75 
At camp creative, the students will explore all different kinds of art with Mrs. Gardner.  The students will create original paintings, sculptures, prints, and drawings.
Art Camps inspire kids to reach beyond and create art that is unique to them. By doing so, kids feel empowered to be creative and expressive. It’s amazing to see just what kids design when given the freedom to explore and to express themselves creatively! Imaginations soar!