The following is an overview of programs offered to the public at the Tannery Row Artist Colony.
Additional opportunities may arise throughout the year, so please check our programs page for updates and changes.
ARTIST TALKS AND OPEN STUDIOS
Open Studios and Artist Talks offer the community a chance to meet the colony artists and to gain insight into their creative process. Each participating artist gives a short demo or presentation in their studio or a featured artist will give a formal artist talk in the gallery of the colony. Questions and discussion will be encouraged.
We also offer a monthly group critique (beginning in January) the first Saturday of the month, starting at 3 pm. This type of critique involves placing each participants work up for group discussion, and giving insight into improving the artwork's various elements and techniques.
Various members of the Tannery Row Artist Colony are available to give one on one art critiques in their studios by appointment. If you are interested in an individual critique, please click on the individual button below.
Many of our colony artists offer private art lessons to both children and adults. Beginning fundamentals such as drawing, painting, encaustic and color theory are offered. Inquire below to learn more.
Take a look at our artist page to see the type of artwork our artists create.
Donna Biggee demonstrating an underpainting technique.
WORKSHOPS and DEMONSTRATIONS
Several artists are also available to give workshops and demonstrations to organizations, schools, and most any private or public group. Find out more about the type of workshops our members provide.