Calling all Artists and the Creatively Spirited!
Are you interested in:
* Being a featured artist for Second Saturday exhibits at the Museum?
* Teaching workshops to the community?
* Giving live demonstrations of homesteading skills and crafts (think butter churning, wool spinning)?
CURRENTLY SCHEDULED WORKSHOPS
Friday, May 25th
Ahtna Mitten Workshop: this is a free even sponsored by the Chickaloon Traditional Council located at the Palmer museum. Learn how to knit hands on in this workshop taught by Chickaloon traditionalists; supplies are provided however there is limited space available. To sign up or for more details, contact Sonya Charles at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call (907) 745-0737 ext: 2205.
The Palmer Museum of History and Art is looking for artists/writers/ performers/educators for numerous events and activities throughout the 2018 summer season. If you are interested in the opportunity of presenting a fun, cultural, entertaining activity this year feel free to contact us; the possibilities are endless!
During the months of February through November we are looking for artists to participate in the Palmer Art Walk, which is a part of the valley-wide event, Second Saturdays (www.valleyartsalliance.com) Throughout the year, the Museum also hosts an eclectic Temporary Exhibit program that encompasses a variety of media. The Museum is constantly searching for artists to be a part of these exhibits.
If you love teaching, we are looking for exciting new classes to get the community involved and create a fantastic lineup of workshops for 2018. Previous workshops include: making a bent willow trellis, basket weaving, and digital photography to name a few. It is a great way for artists to get involved with the community while earning a little extra income!
And for those of you who are skilled artisans or tradesmen and women, we are looking for people to offer hands-on educational demonstrations of the types of activities one might find during the colony era. Do you know how to make cheese, spin wool or needlepoint? Or perhaps you are a horse farrier, ironworker, or show cobbler? If so, we want to know!