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Be My SweetART – Hopkinsville Art Guild Gallery

Be sure to mark your calendar for the next Be MY SweetART event, Friday, February 7, 2020 at the Hopkinsville Art Guild gallery, 108 E. 6th Street in Hopkinsville! Delicious treats to take home to celebrate Valentine’s Day, live music, art, appetizers, door prizes, and a picture in the Selfie Photo booth!

Midday at the Gallery Program – Taste of Kentucky

Join the Hopkinsville Art Guild as they host “Midday at the Gallery – Taste of Kentucky” on Wednesday, August 14th! Betty Vinson will share about the delicious foods that originated right here in Kentucky! You’ll be saying over and over, “So that is how that came to be!”

The Hopkinsville Art Guild’s “Midday at the Gallery” programs are presented on the second Wednesday of each month at 12:00 noon in the Hopkinsville Art Guild Gallery. The program takes place in an atmosphere of fine art created by local artists.

For more information on this program or other great Art Guild programs, call the Hopkinsville Art Guild Gallery at 270-962-7307 . You may also contact Carolyn Self at [email protected] or 270-887-3522 .

Midday at the Gallery Program – Poetry Reading by Pat Williams Owen

Join the Hopkinsville Art Guild Wednesday, July 10th from 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm at the Guild Gallery, 108 E. 6th Street, Hopkinsville, for a poetry reading from Pat Williams Owen’s newly released book of poetry “Orion’s Belt At the End of The Drive”. Owen went from a left-brain career of legal publishing to the right-brain world of poetry.  The shift still sometimes makes her dizzy.   Her work has appeared in several literary magazines and she was a finalist in the Atlantic Review International Poetry Competition.

The public is invited to attend this free program. A light lunch will be provided.

For more information on this program or other great Art Guild programs, call the Hopkinsville Art Guild Gallery at 270-962-7307 . You may also contact Carolyn Self at [email protected] or 270-887-3522 .

Brown Bag Lunch Series – Music of the 60s by Dan Wilkison

Join the Hopkinsville Art Guild Wednesday, June 12th from 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm at the Guild Gallery, 108 E. 6th Street, Hopkinsville, for a walk down memory lane with the Music of the 60’s presented by Hopkinsville Community College Professor Dan Wilkinson.

The public is welcomed to attend this free program. Guests are invited to bring their lunch and enjoy the music.

 

Brown Bag Lunch Series – Expressions of Worship

The Hopkinsville Art Guild’s Brown Bag Lunch programs are presented on the second Wednesday of each month at Noon in the Hopkinsville Art Guild Gallery. Everyone is invited to enjoy their lunch in the Gallery during an hour of discussion and information with a featured guest in an atmosphere of fine art by local artists and artisans.

This month Janice Bowling, Clarksville, TN, will present the program entitled “Expressions of Worship”.

Janice Bowling has been married to Tim for 39 years and is the mother of two and grandmother of four. She spent her professional life teaching in various settings, including public school music and special education, church music, piano lessons, and, most recently, adjunct professor in the music department at Austin Peay State University. She currently teaches children at her church and plays trombone in the Cumberland Winds music organization in Clarksville. Janice’s passion is to further the Kingdom of Jesus Christ through discipleship.

For more information please contact Carolyn Self, [email protected] or 270-887-3522 .

Motorcycle Ride – Ink’d Out Loud

Bring all of your friends out to the 8th Annual Motorcycle Ride — part of this year’s Ink’d Out Loud convention! Join Infinite Ink Tattoo & Piercing Studio on April 27th at Holiday Inn Hopkinsville for an 80 mile scenic ride through the Pennyrile Region. Net proceeds will benefit the Disabled American Veterans, and a portion will benefit the Trail of Tears Commission.

Registration will be held 11:30 am – 12:30 pm, and kickstands up at 1:00 pm.
| $15 per rider | $5 per passenger |
Includes BBQ dinner buffet, raffles, 50/50 raffle, vendors, entertainment, and more.
And be sure to vote in the People’s Choice Bike Show — there’s 4 classes, with $10 per entry.

Click here for more information on the entire Ink’d Out Loud weekend.

 

Ink’d Out Loud

Infinite Ink Tattoo & Piercing Studio presents the 8th Annual Ink’d Out Loud — tattoo | music | motorcycle convention !
Join them and a full lineup of artists and special guests on April 26th-28th at Holiday Inn Hopkinsville.

Free admission, tons of music and entertainment, motorcycle ride and more! Click here for more information on the motorcycle ride.

 

Pastel Workshop with Jeannie White

This Pastel Workshop will focus on painting an under painting with rubbing alcohol. This is a fun and exciting technique for allowing the under painting to show through layers of soft pastels. Ocean waves and a lighthouse on the cliffs, beckoning us to safely to shore, will the be the subject and inspiration for the workshop. Artists of all ability levels are welcome!

This class is open to the public and limited to 12 participants. Free workshop for Hopkinsville Art Guild members. Fee for Non Members $35. To register please contact Henrietta Kemp at 270-886-3776 or [email protected]

Registration deadline: March 16  |   Event Location: Jeffers Bend Environmental Center (Located off Metcalfe Lane, Hopkinsville, KY)

Victorian Tea Party

You are invited to join the Hopkinsville Art Guild for a Victorian Tea Party on March 13th, from 12:00 noon – 1:00 pm. Guests will enjoy tea and crumpets while learning about Queen Victoria, the artist. Tickets are $5.00 and available at the Hopkinsville Art Gallery, Tuesday through Saturday, 11:00 am – 4:30 pm. Tickets may also be purchased online at www.galleryon6th.org .

For more information about this event, please contact Henrietta Kemp at 270-886-3776 or [email protected] .

Youth Art Month Reception

Youth Art Month is an annual part of the smARTS program where we ask all area schools’ art teachers to submit a selection of their students’ best work. Arts education is important and we love to support our community’s budding artists and the great teachers who help them discover their passions and abilities.

Artwork in this exhibit will be displayed throughout the month of March. This year’s reception will take place on Thursday, March 7th at 5 PM where all of the participants will be honored.