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Tuesdays at Turchin! (Just for APP Students)
Oct 19 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Location: Turchin Center: Room 3200
Audience: Appalachian State University Students
Materials: All materials needed for the sessions are provided by the TCVA.
Join us on Tuesday evenings throughout the semester to unleash your creative spirit in a community of App State student peers in the studio space at the Turchin Center. These art-making workshops are led by Appalachian State University student instructors and are open to all skill levels.
Open Studio will be a time to create and play with art making materials in a casual and welcoming setting. Explore the world of texture, color and design. Play with paint, collage, pastels, pen and ink with facilitators who will inspire and offer demonstrations and prompts for creative art making. Open Studio is offered on September 21, October 5 & 26 and November 9.
Paint Night activities will focus on exploring a variety of techniques in a casual and welcoming setting. Tap into your creative side with friends as you paint together. Paint Night is offered on September 28, October 19 and November 2 (priority given to transfer students) & 16.
Space is limited and registration is required.
Open Studio will be led by Miranda Lowery with assistance from Brooke Drury.
Paint Night will be led by Brooke Drury with assistance from Miranda Lowery.
Brooke Drury is a junior at Appalachian State University working towards a BFA in Studio Art with a concentration in painting. She began teaching paint classes in high school and loves to share her passion with others. She feels that art should be accessible to everyone and is confident that everyone can create something they are proud of. She encourages workshop students to embrace the sometimes messy side of the creative process. Brooke began working at the Turchin Center her sophomore year as a gallery ambassador and is grateful to be a part of a community that believes in educating the public about art and sharing visual beauty with everyone. She is looking forward to learning more about her own creative process and is glad to be able to be on this journey at the Tuchin Center.
Miranda Lowery is currently a junior at Appalachian State University pursuing a BS in Anthropology. She is interested in the intersections of psychology and art, with a particular focus on expression and how art can transform one’s lived experience. Miranda believes that everyone can be empowered through art and hopes to cultivate a safe, creative space for individuals while at Turchin Center.