An exciting collaboration of site-specific choreography enhanced by the vision of Interdisciplinary artist donia salem harhoor will create opportunities for the public to engage in performance that is inspired and intrinsically connected to the land, artworks and history of the place.
Occurring intermittently throughout the festival days, enriching experiences await. This event, held on May 14th and 15th from 10:00am to 4:00pm expands the idea of traditional Fine Art and Craft to the level of interactive, immersive experience.
Pre-order your tickets at TylerParkArts.org, follow on @tylerparkarts Facebook and Instagram to spread the word while keeping informed of participating artists, musicians, community partnerships and ways to get involved with this special community art center.
While Spring preparations are underway, a plethora of workshops are being offered right now in the heated, newly renovated iconic Tyler Barn.
Professional instructors inspire and keep the creativity flowing all year with workshops and classes for adults and older teens in Glass, Silver Rings, Silver Bracelets, Pet Portraits, Felting, Pastels, Hooked Rugs, Acrylic Pour, Alcohol Paint Tiles, Precious Metal Clay, Pysanky, Stained Glass and Pottery
Taking the next step down the seasonal path, Summer Art Camps at TPCA are being offered for 3 weeks this summer with morning multi-media art and craft and afternoon wheel and hand-built pottery. “Keeping It Real” exploring realism, “Art in Nature” and “Food” are the three themes for summer art in the park.
Contact us for more info at TylerParkArts.org or EarthCenterPottery.com. You can also reach us at 267-218-0290.
PHOTO CAP: donia salem harhoor, interpretive dancer, will be a part of the Tyler Spring Arts & Culture Festival on May 14th & 15th.