LSAA Upcoming Programs

LSAA programs are held on the 3rd Tuesday of the month, at 7:00 p.m.
(Sept., Oct., Jan. through April)
at the Marquette Arts and Culture Center on the lower level of
Peter White Public Library, 217 North Front St.

EXCEPTION: The April program will be held at the DeVos Museum. 
These programs are free and open to the public. 
Contact Michele Tuccini at: 906-250-7364 or
mtuccini@chartermi.net for further information.

*UPCOMING PROGRAMS*
JANUARY 17 – Kathi Hanson demonstrates “Special Effect Pencil Techniques”
Learn how to do everything with a pencil EXCEPT draw with it! Graphite, Charcoal, Pastel, and Watercolor Pencils are covered. Kathi, from Michigamme, is a representative for General Pencil. She has a new DVD – “You Want Me to Do WHAT with that Pencil?” and the techniques she shows are from that DVD. Grating, burnishing, layering, resists, and masking are a few of the topics she will cover. There will be a drawing for a door prize: one of the DVDs!  They will also be available that night to purchase.

FEBRUARY 21 – Scot Stewart’s Photography – Two Part Program:
“Patience & Birds” and “An Eye for Detail”
Scot is a local science teacher and writes a weekly column on birds for the Mining Journal.   His website has an amazing array of categories for his photos. Scot started photography with the eye of a naturalist, photographing everything, but eventually fell in love with the lives of birds. Lately, he has been lured back into photography additional nature subjects including fungi, minerals, flowers, and abstracts, patterns, and macros.

MARCH 21 – Carl Mayer & The Transparent Watercolor Society of America Annual Exhibition from 2016 will be shown on screen.
We are again lucky to have Carl Mayer, local artist and watercolor teacher, to commentate for us. Carl is a signature member of TWSA.

APRIL 18 – The Senior Art & Design Students Exhibit at the DeVos Museum.
THIS PROGRAM WILL BE HELD AT NMU.
Are you interested in what the graduating art students are up to?
We will get a tour of the exhibit by Emily Lanctot, Curator of Collection and Outreach.