From the Press Release:
Join us this Saturday and hear from Alison Barker, a writer from New Orleans; Nina Buxenbaum, a painter from Bethel, Connecticut; Virginia Griswold, a sculptor from Nashville; and Jessica Ingram (recipient of the WS Hopkins Fellowship for Photography) a photographer from Oakland, California.
The Second Saturday Artist Talks offer the community a chance to meet the artists-in-residence and to gain insight into the creative process. Beginning at 7pmat Lucinda’s Rock House, each of the participating residents gives a short reading or presentation. Questions and discussion will be encouraged. The group may drift up for a studio visit if an artist feels inclined to welcome visitors.
Free to Members or give what you can ($5 suggested).
Lucinda’s Rock House at Hambidge,
105 Hambidge Court, Rabun Gap, GA 30568
Office phone: 706-746-5718
For 80 years, the Hambidge Center has awarded residency fellowships to distinguished artists and scientists at our 600-acre creative sanctuary in the Blue Ridge Mountains. Eight individuals are in residence at any given time – each has access to a private studio and accommodations, as well as communal dinners. The public is invited to the historic campus on Saturdays for a series of rotating programs that include artist talks, nature hikes, gristmill visits, weaving demonstrations, gallery openings and other special events.