Metal Crochet Workshop with Angela Bullard @ Harlin Museum; Lower Level, Classroom Space
Jun 22 @ 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm

This workshop is open to anyone that has knowledge and experience in crocheting and will teach the skill of using metal wire to crochet a lacy metal beaded bracelet. Metal crocheting uses the same stitching method as regular crochet but uses a thin, pliable, metal wire instead of yarn.

Each student will be using this method to create a beaded bracelet. Please pre-register to attend ASAP to allow for proper set-up spacing and materials.

VENUE: Harlin Museum; Lower Level, Classroom Space

LUNCH/REFRESHMENTS: Drinking water will be provided; students may bring other refreshments or snacks as they please

INSTRUCTOR: Angela Bullard

WORKSHOP HOURS: 12 noon to 4 pm

SUBJECT: Learning the art of metal crochet jewelry

COST: $40.00 per person; students may pay at the door upon arrival to the workshop

Metal crochet hook, size k
Pen and paper for taking notes

(The wire, beads, and clasps needed to make the bracelet will be provided.)

POINT OF CONTACT: Museum Desk, 417-256-7801, Gladys Morris, 417-255-0920,

Gala Night at the Museum : September 2019 @ Harlin Museum; Upper Level, Hathcock Gallery
Sep 7 @ 4:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Join us Saturday evening, September 7, 2019 (4 -7 pm), in our Hathcock Gallery for September’s Gala Night at the Museum artist’s reception, honoring artist, Lee Copen, and celebrating her solo show, “The Sky’s The Limit,”  currently on display at the museum. Free admission to the public; wine & refreshments will be served.

Take this opportunity to visit the museum during the evening hours to appreciate the talent of this local artist and her work incredible works of art, many of which depict her favorite subject: the beauty of the landscape and it’s interplay with the sky.

I have lived in some of the most beautiful places on earth; the high plains of South Africa, the coast of Chile, the Colorado Rockies, the Yorkshire countryside and currently the Ozark mountains. I have always found myself drawn to the beauty and diversity of the landscape.” – Lee Copen