LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (Nov. 17, 2012) - The Arkansas Arts Center Museum School Sale is a unique opportunity to find a truly inspired gift created by Museum School faculty and students.
Attendees have the opportunity to experience the thrill of discovering new pieces for their collections. Items for sale include pottery, photography, jewelry, fused glass, paintings, woodwork, drawings and pastels.
The sale will be today, November 17 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Clear Channel Metroplex (10800 Colonel Glenn Road) in Little Rock. There is no charge for admission or parking.
Proceeds will benefit the Museum School, which offers classes for children, teens and adults and art enthusiasts of every skill level. Classes are offered on a quarterly basis with day, evening and weekend classes available to meet the demands of busy schedules.
Museum School disciplines include Art Appreciation & Art History, Drawing, Jewelry, Painting, Photography, Pottery/Clay, Theatre and Woodworking. Beginning, intermediate and advanced level classes are scheduled to focus on the fundamentals important to the progressive development of artistic technique. Children over the age of 14 are encouraged to participate in the adult classes.
The school is part of the Arkansas Arts Center, which features a museum with an outstanding collection of international art. It also includes paintings, sculpture and the largest U.S. repository of watercolors and drawings by 19th century artist Paul Signac.
The AAC also features the award-winning Children's Theatre, art classes and public programs. In addition, the AAC offers touring programs for communities, such as Children's Theatre on Tour, the Artmobile and traveling exhibitions.
To request more information on Museum School classes, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
(Source: Arkansas Arts Center)