ArtNight

03-Nov-2016 to 06-Dec-2018 

ArtNight, Now with low-cost featured one-night projects. Thursday nights. Art & Cocktails, what could be better? We open up our doors no admission fee (ever), our cash bar and turn on the tunes. Grab a friend and any project you are working on. It can be a craft, painting, sculpture, whatever you are or feel like creating. Chances are we have probably made many of things you are working on from Pinterest projects to fine art. If we haven't, we are great at figuring stuff out. Gather, relax hang out with friends and make stuff. We're here to help. If you don't know what to make, we can help plan or get you started. If you choose a project you may pay at the time of the class. 

 

Just want to hang out? You don't even have to make anything. ArtNights are Free and open to anyone. Art & Cocktails, what could be better? We open up our doors, our bar and turn on the tunes. Grab a friend and any project you are working on. It can be a craft, painting, sculpture, whatever you are or feel like creating. Chances are we have probably made many of things you are working on from Pinterest projects to fine art. If we haven't, we are great at figuring stuff out. Gather, relax hang out with friends and make stuff. We're here to help. If you don't know what to make, we can help plan or get you started.

Every Thursday evening at 6–9 p.m. We will provide low-cost feature projects which include a glass of house wine. (additional glasses at regular WAC prices). We accept cash, check or credit card.

 

*occasionally we host private events. Please check our calendar. ** for any materials supplied by WAC; nominal donations are appreciated. See the current schedule below.

 

 

2/9: Psychedelic Wine Bottle Lights: You can make a lot of things out of wine bottles. We promise this wine bottle light is quite different and even a tad trippy. A great way to brighten up the winter indoors and can move outside in the summer. $15 gets you a wine bottle, a set of battery lights, all materials and a glass of our house wine. Additional glasses available at regular WAC prices. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2/16: Catnip Toys: There is nothing like a new, hopped up -hipped up cat toy for your favorite feline. Infused with organic catnip and in the colors and embellished however you like. (dog toys are perfectly fine too) $8 gets you the makings for a toy and one glass of house wine. Additional glasses at regular prices.  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2/23: Ceramic Garden Stakes: Have you ever noticed that all the pre-made garden stakes out in the market never have the exact things you plant? Well here's the chance to make your own. $6 will get you 3 stakes ($1per stake after that) and a glass of house wine. Additional glasses available at regular WAC prices. Pictures soon. 

3/2: Vine & Palette: Okay...enough is enough. Enter spring. It still may be a bit early but we can think spring and put it on the canvas. Think warmer sun on your face and spring flowers. (pics soon!) Wassenberg wine and paint sessions are based off of original art from WAC artists. Unlike other programs we encourage you to step out of the box to make your painting unique. We still make it easy but encourage your naturally occurring creative impulses to emerge and make your work unique. $15 for a canvas and all materials plus a glass of our house wine. Additional glass at regular WAC prices. (Pictures soon!) You will go home with a true original.

3/9: Talisman Dreamcatcher: Art is about self expression. This won't be a generic dreamcatcher. Dreamcatchers were first made by Native Americans to catch good dreams in the wind. Here's chance to make a dreamcatcher truly your own. Bring in mementos, broken jewelry, buttons, feathers, scraps of cloth, small photos... little things sitting around in trays. (If you are really neat and tidy, we will have items on hand as well) $10 will get you the remaining materials you need to make a personal dreamcatcher and a glass of house wine. Additional glasses available at regular WAC prices. Pictures soon.  

 

 

 

 

 

Photos from past ArtNights!

 

 

 


  

 

      



 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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