May-June Member Meeting

Come to our bi-monthly member (business) meeting Monday May 1 at 6:30 pm at UAH Wilson Hall, Room 309. Topics include election results, mixer, Chair painting and more! and upcoming exhibitions.

Chair Painting Put-Together!

Have fun painting Outdoor chairs for downtown Huntsville, AND raise a little money for ALWCA! Saturday May 6 at 10 AM, UAH Wilson Hall Painting Studio, For directions and More information email info@alwca.org

 

 

Mixer & Art Swap

Our next Mixer is Scheduled for Sunday May 21, 3pm at the home of Roxie Veasey & Jill Johnson.  In addition to the the usual conviviality, bring a small artwork to swap!  For more information contact Jill or info@alwca.org

Member Meeting March 6!
Come to our bi-monthly member (business) meeting Monday March 6 at 6:30 pm at UAH Wilson Hall, Room 309. Topics include upcoming elections, Empty Bowls, and upcoming exhibitions.

Empty Bowls Event

Join us Sunday March 26th, 1-3 P.M at Campus 805 for Empty Bowls, a special event in support of First Stop of Huntsville.
Enjoy yummy soup, good company and take home a beautiful hand made bowl!
Tickets are $15 donation in advance, $20 donation at the door.
VIP tickets are also available for a donation of $50 or more– VIP’s get in at 12:30 for first pick!
For Tickets or More Info Email: info@alwca.org
Directions to Campus 805

Celebrate the Holidays December 9th at Pie Party #2!

This year’s holiday party will be held at Roxie & Jill’s house but “yule” still be loving the pies!
When: Friday December 9, 6-9pm
What to bring: a sweet or savory pie (other foods are welcome too!)
Where: 2710 Evergreen Street

Hold Still for Book Club December 7th!

For the last book club of 2017, we will finish discussing Sally Mann’s autobiography Hold Still.  

We will meet at a cup of Everything, december 2nd at 6 pm.

Coming in January! Blue Territory by Robin Lippincott “No mere recounting of the life of an artistic figure, Blue Territory is an audacious rendering of an artist, her passion, her obstacles, and her triumphant work. Robin Lippincott has created a genre of his own in this revelation of Joan Mitchell and her world. Here, the abstract nature of her painting is made concrete, the metaphysics of her vision made tangible, and her vibrant color finds its perfect translation in equally vivid prose. The reader comes away from the experience with the impression of having inhabited, in deep empathetic understanding, a life made from art.” – Kirby Gann, Author, Ghosting and Our Napoleon in Rags

Member Meeting January 9th

Our next Member (business) Meeting is on January 9th, 6pm in room 309, Wilson Hall UAH Campus.
Help plan for the new year, learn more about upcoming exhibitions, projects and the upcoming officer elections!