ART WORKSHOP FOR TEENS & ADULTS
A NOTE FROM ARTS FIFTH AVENUE
Arts Fifth Avenue has decided, for the safety of our students, artists, audience members and staff to postpone all events and classes until the Corona Virus outbreak is under control. We will resume and extend all classes as soon as we can.
If you have any questions, please call: 817-923-9500 or email: email@example.com
CHILDREN'S ART CLASS
SPRING 3rd WALK-BY ART GALLERY
"SPRING IS IN THE AIR"
Pick-up materials: Saturday, March 27- Sunday, March 28
Event: April 19-May 16, 2021
VIEWING: 24 hours/day, day or night with solar powered flood lights!
Who: Students | Parents | Friends | Artists | Neighbors
What: Your medium of choice, create a work of art to fill one of our 100+ windows
When: Pick-up a blank canvas
Sat. March 27 & Sun. March 28
12 pm-3 pm
Return Art: Sat. April 10 & Sun. April 11
12 pm-3 pm
A new concept, an outdoor gallery in Fort Worth, Arts Fifth Avenue invites you to see our 3rd outdoor Spring walk-by gallery. With over 100 windows, we are inviting students, parents, friends, artists and neighbors to fill our windows with art!
You can walk-by, dance-by, drive-by or cycle-by a one-of-a-kind gallery for the people. This is the only outdoor gallery you will find in the Southwest! Grab your honey and make it a date night or an afternoon stroll in the Historic Fairmount District.
The Arts are Alive on the Southside!
Please practice social distancing and wear a mask.
For any questions contact:
Teresa Marteny, firstname.lastname@example.org
or Arts 5th Avenue, call 817.923.9500
ARTS FIFTH AVENUE
1628 5TH AVENUE
FORT WORTH, TX
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ART FOR AGES 8 & UP with Donna Johnson
Wednesday...4:30-6:00pm...$45 per month (4 classes)
Mixed-Media, Drawing & Composition
Class cost includes all material and supplies
ART WORKSHOP for Teens & Adults with GLENNA JANDA:
DRAWING & PAINTING - DATES, TIME & ADDITIONAL DETAILS TO BE ANNOUNCED FOR FALL 2019
Glenna is a Fort Worth native and received her Bachelor of Fine Arts from TCU. While living in Mexico, Glenna also studied at the University of the Americas in Mexico City, the Institute Allende and the Institutio Nacional de Bellas Artes in San Miguel de Allnde. She also apprenticed for at the Enruiqe Mirlada Sculpture Studio and the Manola Ruiz Ceramics Studio in Mexico City. Glenna's work has been shown in galleries in Mexico City, Sante Fe, Denver, Dallas and Fort Worth. In addition to her work in sculpture, painting and ceramics, Glenna also has a strong dance background. She studied with Mia Slavenska and while living in San Miguel de Allende, Glenna taught ballet at the Nacional de Belle Artes. Glenna moved to Santa Fe, NM in 1981 and while there she again taught ballet and choreographed several musicals while teaching ceramics and sculpture at the community college.