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Family First: Sculptural Practice
Family Fun
Date: September 6, 2014
Time: 10:00 am - 2:00 pm

Location: Show map
Daniel Stowe Botanical Garden
6500 S New Hope Rd
Belmont, NC 28012

Contact: Jonell Logan
Phone: 704-547-3700
Email: jonell@ganttcenter.org
Site: http://www.ganttcenter.org/calendar/family-first-sculptural-practice/

Join the Harvey B. Gantt Center for African-American Arts+Culture and the Daniel Stowe Botanical Garden for this special Family First offered in conjunction with the Garden’s ZimScuplt exhibition, a show of Zimbabwean sculpture.
Please note this event will take place at Daniel Stowe Botanical Garden.

Meet Shona artists Partick Sephani and Passmore Mupindiko from Zimbabwe, and learn about their sculptural practice. Next, participate in a special workshop and make your own 3D piece! Round out this great day by exploring the gardens, visiting the exhibition marketplace, and learning more about one of the great resources in the Charlotte area!

Event Schedule

Demo/Workshop 1 – 11:00 am - Artist demo, 11:30 am - Workshop
Demo/Workshop 2 – 12:45 pm - Artist demo, 1:15 pm - Workshop




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