Sunday, December 8 A Victorian Christmas Celebration, especially for children and families!
$5.00 per person includes refreshments and a photo opportunity with Father Christmas! The celebration begins in the Tannenbaum Cultural Center at 6:30. There will be crafts, snacks, carol singing, and a visit with Father Christmas. Parents, bring your cameras! Stop by the museum to buy tickets, or just pay at the door!
Thursday, Dec. 19 Art Workshop: Fused Glass: Small Items (Choose Your Own Project!) Need a last minute do-it-yourself Christmas gift? Items made at this workshop will be available for pickup before Dec. 24th. Jewelry? Ornaments? Sun-catcher? Small bowl/plate? You decide! 6 p.m. $15
To register, go to: https://www.eventbrite.com/event/9258746159
Monday, Dec. 30 Art Workshop: Choose Your Own Project (select from fused glass or pottery painting/glazing) $15.00 (may be an upcharge if you choose a larger piece) 2 p.m.
To register, go to: https://www.eventbrite.com/event/9259323887
Wednesday, Jan. 1 (New Year's Day) Seeking an alternative to watching football that day? Come create with us! Art Workshop: Choose Your Own Project (select from fused glass or pottery painting/glazing) $15.00 (may be an upcharge if you choose a larger piece) 2 p.m.
To register, go to: https://www.eventbrite.com/event/9259418169
Friday, Jan. 3 Art Workshop: Choose Your Own Project (select from fused glass or pottery painting/glazing) $15.00 (may be an upcharge if you choose a larger piece) 2 p.m.
To register, go to: https://www.eventbrite.com/event/9259915657
Information about ART CLASSES/WORKSHOPS
Unless noted otherwise, workshops are conducted by our art instructor, Jennifer Snook. If items need to be fired, they will be available for pick-up approximately one to two weeks after the workshop, after they have been fired in the TCC kilns. The cost of the workshop includes firing. After firing, items are held for pickup in the Rotary Jail Museum gift shop. (During the winter, when the museum is closed, you will make arrangements with the instructor to pick up the items from her directly.) Stop by the gift shop during museum open hours to get your item. Workshops are designed for adults/teens/older children. Younger children can attend if accompanied by an adult. Workshops typically last one to one and a half hours.
If you are bringing a child with you, and you and the child are creating one piece together, you only need to pay for one registration. If you are each creating a piece, you need to register both of you. We do not recommend bringing very young children to fused glass workshops, as the glass is sharp.
Register for art workshops on www.Eventbrite.com. If you do not wish to pay online, you can come to the museum during open hours and pay in person, prior to the workshop. Then a space will be reserved for you! Some workshops have a limited number of items available, so please register in advance! Thanks!
Workshops are held in the Tannenbaum Cultural Center at 107 W. Spring St. in Crawfordsville, located behind the Rotary Jail Museum. The TCC is wheelchair accessible and has a wheelchair accessible rest room.