June 2018 Member Meeting &
Fun, Hands-on
Kinetic Art Mobiles Building Class

For our June Member Meeting, we're elated to have
Boulder Art Association member artist
Michael Deragisch of Colorado Kinetic Art
teach a hands-on
Building Kinetic Art Mobiles Class

We hope you can join us to in this fun participatory class,
meet new people and express yourself through art!
Come alone or bring a guest, and join us on
Tuesday, June 12th for a fun and creative evening of art.

PLEASE NOTE DIFFERENT LOCATION
WE ARE NOT MEETING AT THE LIBRARY!

WHEN:
TUESDAY, June 12, 2018   |   6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

WHERE:
Alfalfa's Market - Boulder
Community Room
1651 Broadway, Boulder, CO  (map)

DIRECTIONS:
Southwest corner of Arapahoe and Broadway, Boulder
Room entrance is to south side on
Alfalfa's main building.
PARKING:
Please do NOT park in Alfalfa's parking areas.
Parking is available at the City of Boulder parking lots
across Arapahoe or
at the Boulder Public Library.
(Payment metered only until 7pm)
MATERIALS:
All are welcome to attend, but materials
are limited to paying participants.

SORRY, REGISTRATION to
PARTICIPATE IN MOBILE CREATION
IS CLOSED.
Please feel free to attend meeting and/or
observe class.

Drinks and snacks may be purchased at Alfalfa's ONLY.
Outside food and beverage are not permitted.

Everyone is welcome to attend,
but registration to participate in class is closed.

Meet artists from the Boulder art community, art supporters,
friends from our Meetup Group, and the Board of the Boulder Art Association.

Hands-On Kinetic Art Mobile Class

All experience levels are welcome to join this class. Learn to express your creativity using  wood, dowels, paper, glue and string.  Find your unique style and learn the importance of color, balance  and design in building kinetic art.

Each participant will take home their own unique mobile!

Michael Deragisch
Kinetic Artist

Colorado Kinetic Arts is the brainchild Boulder Art Association member artist Michael Deragisch. His unique structural designs appear to float effortlessly, inviting the viewer to follow its movement while simultaneously being moved by the clean, artistic form. Each piece is an original and is the result of artful design and perfect balance. This combination is what makes the mobiles so captivating.

Mobiles are most often associated with the renowned artist, Alexander Calder, or alternatively, with infant mobiles which hang over a crib to stimulate thought patterns of babies. Mr. Calder has been credited with inventing the form, but as a prolific artist in many mediums, his work has been appreciated by millions worldwide. Most of Calder’s works are massive and intended for outdoor installations. These beautiful pieces are out of reach for most of us—in both cost and scale.

Please join us June 12th for a fun night of art, food, and
friendly people at our monthly member meeting!

BAA membership is not required for attendance,
but if you’d like to become a BAA Member,
please join on our Membership Page.

 

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