The Georgia Piedmont Arts Center hosted its annual Harvest of Art festival Saturday, Sept. 10, 2011, in Auburn.
Monday, September 12, 2011
Friday, February 11, 2011
Winder-Barrow Community Theatre prepares for its 2011 season.
Winder-Barrow Community Theatre will be open its ninth season Feb. 25 with the dark comedy Dearly Departed. This will be the first of four shows in the local theater groups' 2011 Main Stage Season. The play, written by David Bottrell and Jessie Jones, follows the Turpin family and their dysfunctional lives in the days leading up to their father’s funeral. The three Turpin children, Raybud, Junior and Delightful, each have their own share of problems. Raybud drinks too much, Junior has been unfaithful to his wife and Delightful eats her feelings and anything else in sight. This will be Leslie Kimbell’s fifth show directing. She has always loved theater, since the days when she performed plays at home for her parents. “I love this theatre …
Saturday, January 15, 2011
Georgia Piedmont Arts Center is seeking exhibitors for its spring event.
Calling all artists. The Georgia Piedmont Arts Center is seeking entries for its Spring Tent Festival, dubbed the Spring Phling. The event will showcase the talents and work of local fine artists and crafters and will be held April 19 on the lawn of the GPAC cottage, which is located at 1396 3rd Ave. in Auburn. All art shown and sold during the event must be original work created by the exhibitor. Booth fees prior to Feb. 1 are $35 for GPAC members and $45 for nonmembers. For more information on the Spring Phling, call Kathleen Gill at 404-202-3044 or view and print an application from the organization’s website.
Tuesday, December 28, 2010
Fred and Terri Wulf run a downtown Winder business where customers can paint their own pottery.
The first time Terri Wulf painted at Mudpatch Creations, she sat for hours with a brush in hand, a piece of clay pottery her canvas, and with each stroke made the piece her own. Wulf's trip to the downtown Winder art shop, where visitors can purchase and paint their own pottery, was a Mother's Day gift more than two years ago from the Dacula resident's daughter, Tania. "We just were absorbed," Wulf remembered. "I don't think I moved for about six hours outside of the paint brush. That's what caught me." Leaving Mudpatch Creations that day, Wulf picked up a free newspaper and saw that the business was actually up for sale. "I said, 'Wouldn't that be cool if I could do that?'" she said. Wulf's husband, Fred, had money set aside to invest, …