Friday–Saturday, Mar 6–7 2020| Join fiber and textile artist Steven Frost who works with laser-cut backstrap loom design to learn technical skills and concepts focused on portability, ease-of-use, and is perfect for all skills levels.
ARTIST INFO | Find and download all required forms for exhibitors, including rental order form and agreement, logos and marketing toolkit, sales tax license registration form, and more.
Saturday–Sunday, Feb 15–16, 2020 | Join artist Quang Ho in celebration of his exhibition on display at Gallery 1261. He’ll share his knowledge, techniques and approach that make his work so special.
NEW DATES! May 16-17, 2020 | Join artist Anna Kaye for artists wanting to explore natural subjects through a variety of watercolor painting techniques. For all levels.
Summer 2020 |In its 5th iteration, ASLD exhibits national ceramic artists’ functional works in our national juried biennial exhibition on the fine art of dining.
Summer 2020 | Liz Zlot Summerfield visits to share comments about her work and discuss this year’s delecTABLE exhibition. Join her workshop to delve into function, scale, intention and personalizing your work.
JUNE 13–14, 2020 | Join us this year on Saturday & Sunday, June 13–14 and be a part of the annual Summer Art Market. This year’s market promises a weekend of excitement—live music, art demonstrations, food, drinks, friends and fun!
Friday, August 21–Friday, August 28, 2020 | Join us for a special atelier in the South of France, taught by ASLD faculty member Andrea Kemp, focused on the beauty found in the Mediterranean landscape.
Printmaking open studio is located on the 2nd level of the main building in the southeast corner classroom. Please respect open studio hours, and allow ample time for clean-up. Monday-Thursday: Open Studio ends at 9PM (You will not be able to enter the building after 7PM.) Friday-Sunday: Open Studio ends at 4:30PM April 2020 Sun…
JAN 31–MAR 15, 2020 | In anticipation of the 50th anniversary of Earth Day, join us for an exploration of the material we love to hate: plastic. This exhibit explores the many ways plastic touches and shapes contemporary art and, by extension, life. Forward-looking and hopeful, you’ll come away from The Plasticene with a greater appreciation for all the things plastic does well and with hope that solutions to its environmental toll are within reach. Curated by Kalliopi Monoyios.