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“Topography In Flux” Features Glass Work by Sara Michalik at the Works
Friday, April 4, opening reception from 6 to 8 p.m. Show runs through Saturday, May 3.
“Topography In Flux: Navigating Perpetual Landscapes” is a collection of installations and discrete sculpture created by Michalik, a New Jersey based artist. Her work is influenced by her time in Newark, Ohio and draws from the experience of traveling to a new place. Referencing landscapes of the area, such as the Earthworks, Michalik creates abstract topographical sculpture as a tribute to the beauty of the land, and a vehicle to understand one?s connection to it. Meet this talented glass artist and enjoy beverages and light appetizers while browsing this impressive collection of glass work available for purchase. Michalik will continue to demonstrate the art of glass blowing through May 3.
Daffodil Arranging Classes with Evelyn Frolking at the Robbins Hunter Museum
Saturday, April 5, 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. and from 1 to 3 p.m. $95 per class, $195 for both.
Robbins Hunter Museum of Granville presents a fundraiser with Evelyn Frolking of Studio Artiflora. Join us as we celebrate the passion of former museum Board Member Jill Griesse and the blooming of her daffodils with our floral arranging classes. You will be provided an introduction to design and then create your own arrangement to take home with you.
Family Day Festival at the Denison Museum
Saturday, April 5, 1 to 3 p.m. Free
Join us for a fun filled, family friendly event that will feature the Green Revolution exhibition. We’ll engage all ages, focusing on creating treasured objects from recyclables and building awareness of an individual’s impact on the Earth, or Green Footprint. Demonstrations, Tours, Story time, Drum Circle, Scavenger Hunts, and Hands-on art making.
Poet Mary Reufle at Denison University’s Barney Davis Boardroom
Tuesday, April 8 at 4:30 p.m. Free
Denison University’s Beck Lecture Series welcomes poet and essayist Mary Ruefle.
“5000 Years of Moundbuilding in North America” at the Bryn Du Mansion
Tuesday, April 8, from 7 to 9 p.m. Free
Presented by Richard Shiels, OSU Newark Associate Professor Emeritus of History, Director of Newark Earthworks Center. Free and open to the public.