Muralist and teacher, Angela Carstens, will be teaching an art class at the Okefenokee Heritage Center September 8th. From 2 pm – 4 pm students can be introduced to the world of art and leave with a masterpiece.
“We really wanted to bring art to everyone, and what better way than through a fun evening where everyone leaves with something beautiful,” said OHC Director Elizabeth Simpson.
Students can register online for the $35 class. A canvas, easel, paint, and instruction will be provided, and guests are encouraged to bring their own refreshments. Space is limited but there are still some tickets available.
“Art is a great way to express yourself and feel empowered,” Simpson said. “What a great way to share a piece of yourself with your friends and family.”
Contact the Okefenokee Heritage Center at 912-285-4260 or email email@example.com to register for the class today.
Pictured: Angela Carstens with husband Dr. David Carstens and son David, Jr. (Waycross)
“Dracula” by Steven Dietz, from the novel by Bram Stoker, with permission of Dramatists Play Service, will open Halloween night, October 31, at the Warehouse building at the Okefenokee Heritage Center.