Art Events and Classes
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Kids’ Summer Art Camp at Full Circle Gallery, Fort Walton Beach. Sign up at least a week in advance to take advantage of early bird pricing. Call (850) 362-8041 or visit www.fullcirclefwb.com.
July 6-10. Clay Figure Sculpture for Ages 5+, 2-4 p.m. Your child will bring their ideas to life as they create figure and animal sculptures. Cost is $180.
July 13-17. Wheel Throwing Pottery for Ages 8+, 2-4 p.m. Your child will learn a variety of wheel throwing techniques, and he or she will get to glaze, learn about surface design and create. Cost is $180, early bird price $155.
July 13-17. Painting and Drawing for Ages 5+, 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. Your child will gain experience in a variety of media, including pencil, ink, watercolors and acrylics. Cost is $180, early bird price $155.
July 27-31. Hand-Building Pottery for Ages 5+, 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. Your child will learn basic hand building techniques to create cups, plates and bowls they can use. Cost is $180, early bird price $155.
July 27-31. 2D and 3D Art for Ages 5+, 2-4 p.m. Your child will learn a variety of art techniques including drawing, painting and sculpting. No experience necessary. Cost is $180, early bird price $155.
Fridays Through July 17. Cultural Arts Camp at Bayou Arts Center, Santa Rosa Beach. Abrakadoodle features environmental art projects, nature walks and more during the six-week series. Camp is for kids ages 4-12 and costs $60 per day. To sign up, call (850) 622-5970 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
July 3. 30A Art Walk, featuring over 17 galleries including Adaro Art in Grayton Beach, 5-8 p.m. Celebrate art with wine, beer, artist demonstrations and promotional pricing.
Through July 4. Meagan Hindel’s “Awakening Nature” at Full Circle Gallery, Fort Walton Beach. Hindel’s debut exhibition is influenced by her love of nature and inspired by her relationship with animals. Call (850) 362-8041 for more info, or visit www.fullcirclefwb.com.
Through July 18. “Of Empire: Russian and Soviet Art” and “Raina Benoit: The Tree Army” at Mattie Kelly Arts Center Galleries, Niceville. Gallery hours are 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Mon.-Fri. and 90 minutes prior to most events in the Mainstage Theater. Call (850) 729-6044 or email ArtGalleries@nwfsc.edu for more info.
July 22. Arts and Design Society (ADSO) Luncheon at the Art Center Gallery, Fort Walton Beach, 11:30 a.m. Join photographer Jackie Youngblood, who’ll talk about “Enhancing Your Photography in a High Tech World.” Cost is $12 ($15 after July 20), and you can make reservations by calling Risa at (850) 376-3901 or emailing email@example.com.
Through July 31. Arts and Design Society (ADSO) Window Gallery Display at the Art Center Gallery, Fort Walton Beach. This month, the spotlight comes crashing down on Hanna Joensuu, whose new collection is inspired by Henri Matisse’s paper cuts and Andy Warhol’s screen prints.
Through July 31. ADSO’s “Wee Works” at the Art Center Gallery, Fort Walton Beach, featuring works not exceeding 10-by-10 inches. Opening reception July 10, 6-8 p.m. For more info, call (850) 244-1271 or visit www.artsdesignsociety.org.
Through Aug. 21. Theresia McInnis Solo Exhibition at Northwest Florida State College South Walton Center, Santa Rosa Beach. Presented by the Cultural Arts Alliance of Walton County in partnership with NWFSC. McInnis’ “Bromeliads Gone Wild” won the 2014 Top of the Class juried art show. For more info, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (850) 622-5870. Discover more at www.facebook.com/APlusArt.