THROUGH JUNE 28. ARTS AND DESIGN SOCIETY’S (ADSO) PHOBIA SHOW AT THE ART CENTER, FORT WALTON BEACH
All kind of art representing things artists are ascared of. Opening reception Friday, June 7, 6-8 PM. More info at artsdesignsociety.org.
THROUGH JUNE 30. ADSO WINDOW GALLERY DISPLAY AT THE ART CENTER, FORT WALTON BEACH
The June spotlight shines on Michael Lunsford, award-winning acrylic artist and big fan of detail, crisp lines and vivid colors.
THROUGH JUNE 30. MARA VIKSNINS EXHIBIT AT WALTON COUNTY COASTAL BRANCH LIBRARY, SANTA ROSA BEACH
More in this section’s feature. Stop in and meet the artist Saturday, June 15, 1-3 PM. More at maraviksninsart.com.
THROUGH JULY 15. THE FOSTER GALLERY’S SPRING ROTATION IN GRAND BOULEVARD TOWN CENTER, MIRAMAR BEACH
Artists include Gayle Campbell, Donnelle Clark, Lee Clark, Heather Clements, Skip Deems, Iva Jazayeri, Linda Kernick, Jason Lindblad, Merry Beth Myrick, Rosalyn O’Grady, William Polley, Mary Redmann, Kathleen Schumacher, Shelly Swanger and Connie Sweetland. Call 850-837-3037 or visit CulturalArtsAlliance.com for more info.
THROUGH JULY 29. THE FOSTER GALLERY’S SPRING ROTATION IN THE RUSKIN PLACE ARTIST COLONY, SEASIDE
Artists include Melody Bogle, Marscha Cavaliere, Donnelle Clark, Patrick Connolly, Skip Deems, Joyful Enriquez, Victoria Guennewig, Marian Pacsuta, Mary Redmann, The Salty Sparrow, Nikki Staks, Jenna Varney, Krista Vind, and Judy Walton. Call 850-837-3037 or visit CulturalArtsAlliance.com for more info.
THROUGH FEB. 14, 2020. ROSEMARY BEACH SCULPTURE EXHIBITION
The second biennial juried art show of contemporary outdoor sculpture along Scenic Highway 30A includes 16 sculptures by 16 artists. More at rosemarybeachsculpture.com.
STARTS JUNE 10. CULTURAL ARTS CREATIVE KIDS CAMP SUMMER SERIES AT THE BAYOU ARTS CENTER, SANTA ROSA BEACH
Camp sessions are scheduled Monday through Friday with a different age group served each week. Primary sessions for ages 4-6 run June 10-14 and July 15-19 from 9 AM to noon. Elementary sessions for ages 7-9 will run June 17-21 and July 22-26 from 9 AM to 2 PM. Middle school sessions for ages 10-13 will run June 24-28 and July 29–Aug. 2 from 9 AM to 2 PM. The Bayou Arts Center located at 105 Hogtown Bayou Lane in Santa Rosa Beach.
Creative Kids Camp lead instructor Sue Davis is a former school teacher who incorporated arts education into her twelve years of teaching preschool and elementary aged students in Destin and Tallahassee. Sue and pottery instructor Stacy Martin will lead students in various projects throughout each week, including two pottery hand-building projects where they will tour the CAA’s new pottery studio and learn the basics of glazing and firing pottery. Campers will learn how to work with a variety of mediums and use different techniques so they go home at the end of the week with a diverse portfolio of work.
Early bird pricing of $175-200 per child is available now for each five-day session, and space is limited. Early bird registrants will not be charged ticketing fees for additional cost savings. Prices will increase to $200-250 per child one week in advance of each camp session, and daily drop-in registrations will be available as well. Multiple week discounts apply per child. All supplies are included.
Registration is available online at CulturalArtsAlliance.com. Students should be dressed for a fun and messy art experience and should come to class with a peanut-free lunch and water bottle. Snacks will be provided. For more information, call 850-622-5970 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
STARTS JUNE 17. ADSO KIDS’ SUMMER ART CAMP AT THE ART CENTER, FORT WALTON BEACH
Classes begin on Monday with clay artistry and feature a different medium each day, including drawing, painting and other media. Each week ends with an art show and reception for the families during the second half of Friday’s class.
There are four sessions of the camp, organized by age groups. Session 1, for ages 6-8, is June 17-21, 9:30-11:30 AM. Session 2, for ages 9-13, is June 17-21, 1-3 PM. Session 3, for ages 6-11, is July 8-12, 9:30-11:30 AM. Session 4, for ages 6-11, is July 8-12, 1-3 PM.
The cost for each of the weeklong sessions is $70 per child ($60 for children of ADSO members). Pre-registration is required by Friday, June 14, for June sessions, and Friday, July 5, for July sessions. For further information or to register, call 850-244-1271 or visit artsdesignsociety.org.
JUNE 18. PAINTING & WINE AT TWISTED GRAPE CAFÉ & WINE BAR, SHALIMAR
Starts at 6:30 PM. Also—enjoy $2 off wine flights from 5 PM til closing. Call 850-651-5100 or visit twistedgrapewinebar.com for more info.
JUNE 22. ADSO’S URBAN SKETCHERS
The group meets at 9 AM in downtown Pensacola at the parking lot across from the Pensacola Museum of Art on West Main Street. Sketch for a few hours, then have lunch and discuss/share what you’ve drawn. Email email@example.com for more info.
JUNE 26. ADSO LUNCHEON AT THE ART CENTER, FORT WALTON BEACH
ADSO welcomes Pensacola multimedia artist Cheryl Foster, who discusses “It’s All About Texture” starting at 11:30 AM. Cost for the luncheon is $12 if you reserve a spot by Monday, June 24—after that, it’s $15. Email reservation requests to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 850-244-1271.
JUNE 27. ADSO DRINK & DRAW AT THE SHACK, FORT WALTON BEACH
For more info, contact Holly Bain at email@example.com.
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