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27th Annual Artists' Exhibit and Sale

19-Nov-2016 to 18-Dec-2016 

It’s time once again to celebrate those who help identify our culture and give our region identity. The 27th Annual Artists’ Exhibit & Sale is opening on November 19 and on display through December 18. The Artists' Exhibit & Sale is a great chance to choose from hundreds of both two and three dimensional types of art, jewelry, prints, hand-made greeting cards and other gifts for the holiday season. Join us for this visual art tradition and celebration at the Wassenberg Art Center, your advocate in local, regional and national art for generations.

Everyone is invited to the Open House Party on November 19 from 6–9 p.m. Entry is free and we always have food and a cash bar. Joining us for this great night out is the Changing Elements Band. TCEB is an all-original group out of unassuming Stryker, Ohio. Their music is anything but! Enjoy the combination of folk and funk music with tribal drum patterns. Warm up with the easy tunes of these guys. 

Founder, Glen Wright has combined deep lyrical content, an open minded spiritual backdrop, and an ironic twist when additional instruments joined in keyboard player Kent English and inspiring musician Kenny White. Frequently performing at Father John's, restaurant & brewery in Bryan Ohio, the positive response inspired them to release music videos "Ekundayo" and "90 days in The CHANGING ELEMENTS Band". 

Wrapping up an exhausting summer performing at countless festivals and venues they will be setting the pace this winter focusing on their debut CD. The band is currently juggling recording options as notable studios are showing interest in their music.

Call: 419.238.6837
email: info@wassenbergartcenter.o rg

Free Public Opening Saturday, 11/19: 6–9 p.m.

ReceptionAwards 7:00 p.m.

Live Music: The Changing Elements Band

Hors d’Oeuvres, cash bar

Regular Exhibit Dates 11/20–12/18, Tuesday–Sunday: 1–5 p.m.

Call: 419.238.6837 or email: info@wassenbergartcenter.org


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