Two-Day #PleinAir Workshop with Award-Winning Artist, John P. Lasater IV, Coming September 2020

MUSEUM NEWS: Plein Air Painting Workshop with John Lasater IV, September 2 & 3, 2020

Deadline to register for the John P. Lasater IV 2-Day Plein Air workshop by August 30th, 2020.

August 7, 2020

Join award-winning representational painter, John P. Lasater IV, for a 2-day Plein air painting workshop this September, hosted by the Harlin Museum.

Workshop activities begin Tuesday evening, September 1st, with an Artist Meet & Greet at Harlin Museum of West Plains (participants will be notified of event time upon registration confirmation) at which participants will view a presentation given by the artist. Students will then meet the artist on location at Mammoth Spring State Park, Mammoth Springs, Arkansas, for the Plein air instructional workshop sessions on Wednesday & Thursday, September 2 &3, 2020, from 9 am – 4 pm each day.

The cost to attend the workshop is $300.00 total for both days. Payment must be made in full to Harlin Museum by the first day of the workshop. Students are responsible for bringing their own art supplies to the workshop, as well as a bag lunch or any other desired refreshments. The general supply list for John’s workshops can be found on his website at https://www.lasaterart.com/page/17524/workshop-supply-list.

All questions may be directed to the Harlin Museum via email at info@harlinmuseum.com or you may phone/text the workshop’s coordinator, Vicki Warren-Martin, at 870-706-7863.  Registration to reserve a seat may be completed online by clicking the link HERE and completing the Bookings instructions at the bottom of the page.


WORKSHOP VENUE/LOCATION: Mammoth Spring State Park, 17 US HWY 63, Mammoth Springs, AR 72554

LUNCH/REFRESHMENTS: Students will need to bring their own drinking water, bag lunch, and/or other refreshments

INSTRUCTOR: John P. Lasater IV

WORKSHOP HOURS: 9 am to 4 pm both days

SUBJECT: Plein air painting instruction

COST: $300.00 per person, total, for both days

REQUIRED SUPPLIES: View the basic supply list for John’s workshops on his website HERE.

POINTS OF CONTACT:
Museum Desk, (417) 256-7801, info@harlinmuseum.com
Vicki Warren-Martin, (870) 706-7863,  v.martin@harlinmuseum.com 

Youth Art Camp Session Dates Announced for Summer 2020

As public spaces reopen and we all begin the transition to our new normal, we have decided to dip our toes in the proverbial waters by announcing dates for our upcoming 2020 Youth Summer Art Camp sessions with Ginny Thomason. This will be an ideal opportunity for us to start small as we work towards reopening for public events and gallery shows.

The camp will have two sessions, Tuesday through Thursday, 10 am – 12 pm, on June 30th – July 2nd, 2020 and then again on July 21st – 23rd, 2020. The cost to attend is $10 / camper per day (snack and supplies included) and pre-registration is required; please register for the first session by June 29th.

To register your camper or for more information, please contact our Art Camp instructor, Ginny Thomason, at 417-257-3987 or email her at grace2u@centurylink.net.

Due to the current ongoing public health issue with Coronavirus, extra safety precautions will be taken to protect all attendees in accordance with the guidelines given by health authorities and #westplainsmo officials. We encourage all patrons to approach us with any concerns so that we may serve you better and make your experience a positive one.

We look forward to seeing you all again!!

The Lost Arts Workshop Series Debuts at the Harlin with Basket-Weaving Workshop by Michelle Werther

       

The Lost Arts Workshop Series, a new series of workshops sponsored by the Harlin Museum that focus on artisan skills and crafts from simpler times, debuted this weekend on Saturday, February 22nd in the Harlin’s lower-level classroom area. The workshop, taught by instructor Michelle Werther from Protem, MO, was a limited-seating workshop.

Five area ladies came to learn how to use rattan and oak to create a small market basket with a typical basket-weave method. The workshop, which cost $40 and included all the supplies for the price, began at 10 am and ended with five happy participants that leFt with lovely market baskets that they created themselves.

The Lost Arts Series will continue with other planned workshops, including Canning From Your Garden, Leather Working, Black-Smithing, Broom-making, etc, plus additional basket-weaving workshops. Watch our social media and website for future workshop announcements and let us know what kinds of workshops you’d like to see in this series!

As Spring 2019 Arrives, Learn the Art of Nature Journaling w/ Upcoming Harlin Museum Workshop April 27th & 28th

Join local instructor, Wendy Ziegler, on Saturday, April 27th & Sunday, April 28th, 2019 for our 2-Day Plein Air Nature Journaling Workshop & Nature Walk!

Nature journaling (sketchbook journaling) is the art of recording the natural world in its own environment; sketching in detail and recording information about plants, animals, mountains, and landscapes to use as a reference or for instances when it cannot be captured in detail by a camera.

This workshop’s emphasis will be on learning how to look closely at nature while observing with a keen eye and recording what you see in detail.  The cost for the workshop is $40, if you pre-register before April 20th, or $50, if you register after April 20th. The cost will cover instruction & student grade materials that will be provided to use during the workshop, however, you are encouraged to bring your own supplies. You can find a list of required supplies here.

The indoor part of the workshop will be in the Lower Level Classroom Space of the Harlin Museum on Saturday from 10 am to 2 pm. The Nature Walk portion to practice your skills will be on Sunday from 1 pm to 3 pm at Galloway Park. It is recommended that all wear walking shoes and comfortable weather-appropriate clothing for the outdoor portion. Of course, participants are invited to bring their own lunch or snacks for either portion of the workshop.

If you are interested in signing up for this workshop or would like more information, you may contact either the instructor, Wendy Ziegler, by email at wendyzieglerservices@gmail.com or Harlin Board member, Gladys Morris, at 417-255-0920 or by email at info@harlinmuseum.com

IMPORTANT: Please pre-register to attend ASAP for the best value and so that set-up spacing, and materials can be verified ahead of time.  Registering and paying in advance guarantees your space in the workshop.

 

May 2019 Exhibit Announcement: Harlin’s Annual Photography Show Competition

We are pleased to announce that the exhibit in the Hathcock Gallery for the month of May 2019 will be our annual Photography Show Competition!  If you, or someone you know, is interested in photography and would like to enter, please read the guidelines below:

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Harlin Museum’s 2019 Photography Show Competition

Exhibit Dates: May 2nd – 26th, 2019

(OPEN TO ALL PHOTOGRAPHERS AGE 16 & OVER)

Entry Dates

Friday, April 26th, 2019 from 12 pm – 6 pm & Saturday, April 27th, 2019 from 12 pm – 4 pm in the Hathcock Gallery of Harlin Museum

Entry Fee

1 photograph -$15.00, 2 photographs – $25.00, 3 photographs – $30.00, 4 photographs – $35.00
Photographers may enter a maximum of 4 photographs. Cash or check only; make checks payable to the Harlin Museum.

Entry Categories

  1. Black & White
  2. Color

Prizes

  • Best of Show – $100.00
  • 1st place per category – $75.00
  • 2nd place per category – $50.00
  • 3rd place per category – $25.00

 

Guidelines

All photographs must be original works of the photographer entering. All works must not have been previously exhibited in the Harlin Museum’s Photography Show.  Photographs must be no smaller than 8” x 10” and no larger than 24” x 30” matted and framed under glass.  Photographs must be framed and ready with wire and eye-screws for hanging.  No Saw-tooth Hangers. Artists may offer their photographs for sale. Sales commissions are split between the artist & the museum 80/20.

 

Awards Reception

The Awards Reception will be held Saturday, May 25th, 2019, from 12 pm to 4 pm, starting with a meet & greet social for the photographers, their families, and their friends, followed by the awards ceremony at 3 pm, where the ribbons, prize money, and special awards will be presented by members of the Harlin Museum Board. Entries will be released after the awards presentation.  Entries may be picked up at the museum at any time the following week during regular business hours.

 

Sponsors

The 2019 Harlin Museum Photography Show Competiton is sponsored and hosted by the Harlin Museum Board.  Proceeds after expenses go towards the museum’s maintenance and the sponsorship of future shows and activities

Points of Contact
Gladys Morris, 417-255-0920, gmorris@centurylink.net
Vicki Martin, v.martin@harlinmuseum.com

Learn the Basics of Crochet at Saturday, March 23rd Workshop w/ Angela Bullard

Instructor Angela Bullard

Join us for a fun craft workshop where participants will learn the basics of crocheting and receive one-on-one instruction to crochet their very own scarf! Cost is $20.00/person; must reserve a spot in advance. Students will need to provide their own supplies; you can find a list of them here: https://harlinmuseum.com/event/workshop-basics-of-crocheting-w-angela-bullard/