Tuesday, March 24, 2009

Homeschoolers' Art Show in Staunton Coming Up

AN INNOCENT ART WALK
Saturday, March 28
1 - 3 p.m.
downtown Staunton

The homeschoolers' art show opens this Saturday, with festivities beginning at 1 p.m. Anyone participating, or just eager to share in the joy and inspiration, should begin at The Bookstack, 1 E. Beverly St. Here you may pick up your art critique booklets for each participating artist and anyone may grab an Art Treasure Hunt map. There will be art documentaries for the more serious-minded of you, embodied artworks, Living History Artists such as Degas, Cassatt, Dali and Rembrandt strolling around and ready to engage in conversation. Staunton Art Supply will have free children's art projects ready to do, and you may encounter the occasional group of street performers wishing to create something with the kids that very moment. It will be a great deal of fun, a wonderful family event, and a fantastic chance to celebrate the various forms of creativity coming from our regional homeschoolers! With art from Staunton, Charlottesville, Harrisonburg, Berryville, Afton, and more.

Parking:
Can be found in the large parking lot at the wharf on Johnson, across from Pufferbellies. There are two parking garages on Johnson as well, the first one you must turn onto New St. in order to enter, the second is just past the aforementioned wharf parking lot. You can try your luck with random street parking, too, though I wouldn't bet on it. Johnson St. is parallel to Beverly, so simply park, and walk up.





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