Arts & Music

Event Time and Date

Saturday, April 22 2017, 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM

Join us for three creative, collaborative, and FREE art-making workshops at the Moss Arts Center!


10AM–12PM Collaborative Weaving Sculpture with Tacie N. Jones

Miles C. Horton Jr. Gallery, 2nd floor
Work with others to create a work of woven art using plastic bags. All ages. Drop in any time.
Tacie N. Jones is executive director of LoCo Arts, a non-profit arts organization serving Giles County and the New River Valley

10AM–12PM What Color is Water? with Art Reach
Miles C. Horton Jr. Gallery, 2nd floor
Create a watercolor work of art that will be included in a large exhibition in the Perspective Gallery (Squires) in spring 2018. Explores issues about water quality. All ages. Drop in any time.
Art Reach is Virginia Tech Student Engagement and Campus Life’s community outreach program through the arts, headed by Art Director Robin Boucher

10AM–12PM DIY Bug Hotels with Meggin Hicklin
Miles C. Horton Jr. Gallery, 2nd floor
Create your own simple bug hotel using natural and recycled materials. Recommended ages 4 and up. Drop in any time, make and take. *Please bring a clean 1- or 2-liter bottle if able.
Meggin Hicklin is exhibitions program manager at the Moss Arts Center

Moss Arts Center

190 Alumni Mall, Blacksburg, Virginia
Event Categories:

Curiosity, Social, Sustainability

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