(Cardboard Boxes Are Really Fun!)
Saturday, January 13
2:00PM – 4:00PM
Fact! Kids and cats prefer empty boxes over toys 95% of the time. This was the inspiration behind this very unique AAAH (All Ages Art happening) event: C.B.A.R.F. (Cardboard Boxes Are Really Fun)! For the third year, Waterfall Arts is throwing a party that’s all about building with cardboard boxes… and the whole community is invited! Read more…
Opening Reception: Thursday, January 18
5:00PM – 7:00PM
This year’s Denizen Show theme is salt. What comes to mind when you think of salt? When the ocean evaporates salt remains. Legally restricted in ancient times, salt was used as a method of trade and currency. Salting is an ancient form of food preservation. Our bodies contain salt. Food tastes better with salt. Some of us can’t have it…and some can’t get enough. A person can be a salt, a river brackish, air briny. Artists in this exhibition, which includes Waterfall Arts studio artists, volunteers, teachers, staff, board members, and more, will explore the theme of salt in a variety of media. Read more…
Sunday, January 21
2:00PM – 4:00PM
$10 Suggested Donation
Restorative Art Works – RAW – is a performance and writing group creating original theatre from true life stories of conflict, resolution, hope, incarceration, addiction, healing and freedom. Join us for a performance and an important community conversation. Read more…
Saturday, February 3
Featuring Margo Lukens and other performers.
Margo Lukens performs work-in-progress, “FATTY: or, Why White People Are Afraid of Indians,” a solo show based in memoir by a middle-aged white woman thinking about race and oppression.
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