Annual Membership $20
AAC Special Friend $50
AAC Enthusiast $100
AAC Patron $250
AAC "Art Fiend" $500 and up
Located at Hadley Hall, at Arlington Boys & Girls Club, 18513 59th Ave NE Arlington
5 pm — Doors open, set up
5:30 pm —Artist workshop/demo/speaker
6:30 pm —Meeting
At most meetings we present a 45-minute artist workshop that is meant to inspire artists and art enthusiasts.
At 5:30pm we will discuss and plan events following an agenda set by the president and board of directors.
Visitors and members are encouraged to bring a piece of art to show.
Schedule for Artist Workshop/Demo/Speaker
Arlington Arts Council Artist Presentations
Location: Arlington Boys & Girls Club, Hadley Hall, 18513 59th Ave. NE Arlington
Classes may be cancelled depending on Covid restrictions, please follow Arlington Arts Council Facebook or website. https://www.facebook.com/ArlingtonArtsCouncil www.arlingtonartscouncil.net
Tuesday, May 10, 2022 at 5:30pm
Maria Casey, enriching lives by instructing unique art
Maria teaches art to help people learn how to cope with stress. Her workshops are meant to help both children and adults express their feelings through art.
She is the founder and principal instructor at the Fat Brush Art Workshop. She has a bachelor’s degree in Interior design from Universidadd Femenina de Mexico and a Diploma de Maitre de Formation de Pebeo in art from Provence, France.
Maria is an art Instructor at schools in the Seattle Archdiocese, teaching a wide variety of creative expressions. She collaborates with the Lynnwood Library, the Everett Community College and WAGRO Foundation, where she works with underprivileged Latino and Hispanic children, helping them to understand their culture and identity through the arts.
Tuesday, June 14, 2022 at 5:30pm
Judy Zugish presents: Intertwined, plants that become baskets
Judy has been immersed in her garden of fibers for over 30 years. Her twin passions are integrated as a professional nursery owner (Bouquet Banque https://www.facebook.com/Bouquet-Banque-236107386445900/ ) and basketmaker. Cultivation and nurturing, harvest and prep, weaving from nature’s provisions, each year has been a learning journey that builds skills and knowledge from traditions, but also explores uncharted territory.
Along the way, Judy began teaching, then co-founded the field school Fishsticks Basketry, inviting guest teachers to bring their special knowledge of materials and techniques to the Northwest. Judy loves to travel, taking the basketry path to Japan and England, Germany and Denmark, Ireland and France, Laos and Thailand, bringing home with her the experience of many cultures. She enjoys the disciplines within the craft, but also the joy and play in new discovery. This is Judy’s special connection with students as she takes barks and roots, vines and sticks in a carryall trunk, teaching across the US and abroad. Her artworks are exhibited widely and you are welcome to visit her garden in person.
Tuesday, March 8, 2022 at 5:30pm:
Marion Richards presents natural dyeing with mushrooms
Marion has had a passion for natural dyeing and the natural world throughout most of her life. She completed her undergrad at the UW through the Program on the Environment. She learned about using mushrooms for remediation in environmental conservation and have been hooked on mushrooms ever since.
Marion currently teaches dye classes and demonstrations through a mushroom club in Seattle. She also grows a plant dye garden, which allows her to cultivate a variety of dye plants to continue her passion for natural dyeing. She teaches an annual mushroom dye class and a dye demonstration through the annual fall and spring mushroom shows.
Tuesday, April 12, 2022 at 5:30pm
Learn about Seattle Mosaic Arts
Seattle Mosaic Arts (SMA) was founded in 2009 to create community and support through shared creativity, the studio features workshops from international visiting artists, mosaic technique classes, lectures, art shows, group events, commissions, and, of course, space and time to create your own mosaic projects.
Committed to the growth and development of mosaic art in the Pacific Northwest, SMA provides resources, materials, support and space for the sharing of all things mosaic.