Experience visual arts at The Barn for ArtsWave Days!
Your neighborhood, your arts. Wherever you are, in 10 different locations, from Downtown to Oxford, Northern Kentucky to Hamilton, the arts are calling you to get involved. Drawing, painting, sculpting: take your pick!
At The Barn, enjoy the Elliott Jordan 70/70 Retrospective exhibit, an art scavenger hunt, manga drawing, and a shadow puppet class. Reservations are suggested for the workshops, click here to reserve your spot! Walk-ins welcome based on availability.
ArtsWave Days is brought to you by Macy’s. Series sponsorship from Frisch’s Big Boy and Official Print Media Sponsorship from Enquirer Media.
ArtsWave Days is a free service to the community as part of the 2019 ArtsWave Community Campaign.
2019/03/30 - 2019/03/30
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Elliott Jordan 70/70
A 70-year retrospective exhibition by Cincinnati artist Elliott Jordan, including a scavenger hunt!
Time: 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Manga Drawing Class
Families and artists of all ages are invited to visit the Loft in the Barn to try their hand at sketching Manga & Anime (Japanese Cartoon) characters from costumed models in dynamic poses! We will provide the instruction, materials and drawing boards, as you sketch the models first in pencil, then fill in with ink and colored markers. All ages welcome!
Time: 10 a.m. to Noon
Shadow Puppet Class
Families are invited to visit the Loft in the Barn to design and create their own shadow puppet characters, and then put on a short puppet play! We will provide the instruction, materials, and a puppet showcase as you draw, cut out, and assemble your shadow puppets. You will even take home a translucent sheet to aid you in creating your own puppet theatre at home! This session is taught by Christine Langford, an artist who has attended and lectured on shadow puppets internationally.
Time: Noon to 2 p.m.
Click here to reserve your spot at one or both classes. Walk-ins welcome based on availability.
Parking is available in the West gravel lot and in the courtyard at the front of the building. The facility can accommodate up to 40 cars on-site; parking on the street is also available.