Canine Memorial, OMART And Chinese Brush Painting
There’s a collective memorial called the 4th annual Canine memorial at Lake Baldwin at which former pet owners release and candle lantern into the water in memory of a lost pet. Its purpose is to provide everyone with the opportunity to honor and bid farewell to their treasured companions. The memorial takes place Saturday 7 to 9:30 in the evening at 4990 New Broad Street in Baldwin Park and is free and open to the public.
Join Noelle Mason, winner of the 2016 Florida Prize in Contemporary Art, as she shares insights about her work Saturday 2 to 3:30 at the Orlando Museum of Art. Mason is a Tampa artist who uses embroidery and tapestry weaving to create jarring works that expose political and social systems. Her work is currently on view in the museum and the workshop is free. For more info go to omart.org.
Artists and people who are just bored between the ages of 15 and 21 can join a free art workshop with Teresa Lachowicz-Chin. She will lead a structured, hands-on workshop on Chinese brush painting, with emphasis on the plum blossom, a symbol of renewal, rejuvenation and hardiness of life. No art supplies or plums needed. This workshop is at Artegon Marketplace and happens Saturday 1 to 3:30.
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