Creative souls come together for special Sunday afternoon Community Days to explore arts and crafts, experience what local non-profits have to share, and wander the large-scale outdoor sculpture garden at Tyler Park Center for the Arts.
Located on the Richboro Road side of Tyler State Park’s almost 1800 acres of trails, streams and disc golf course, the event is held several times a year. On June 4th from 1:00-4:00pm, participants will take part in multiple hands-on art projects, observe the exciting Manabigama wood kiln firing, and meet Rosilands Rescue Alpacas in training for therapy work.
Fiber artist Angela Tong will lead participants of all ages in a community weaving project and Tyler Park Center for the Arts nature inspired art projects include making wildflower seed balls with clay and soil in addition to other projects.
Our annual Members Show opened on May 19th and is a gallery style show featuring works in a variety of artistic mediums including fine art, photography, pottery, glass, jewelry, and fiber. Visitors can explore the works which are mostly all for sale. Show hours continue through June 10th on Saturdays from 10:00am-2:00pm.
Summer Camps are available for aspiring young artists ages 8-16. Three different weekly camps are being offered: July 24th-28th, August 7th-11th, and August 21st-25th. Register on the website. Space is limited.
Save the dates for our much-anticipated annual Crafts in the Meadow Show being held this year on October 21st-22nd. Crafts in the Meadow is a highly juried Fine Art and Craft experience. Information on tickets, sponsorships and registration is available on our website.
Be sure to visit TylerParkArts.org on a regular basis to keep up to date on classes and events.
PHOTO CAP: Harris Lindfield preparing his pottery for glazing at Earth Center Pottery/Tyler Park Center for the Arts.