If you are looking for the perfect gift for the art enthusiast in your life, Space One Eleven offers gift certificates for art classes! To learn more or to get you gift certificate contact Arts Education Coordinator, Janna Phillips at 205-328-0553 ext. 24 or JannaPhillips@SpaceOneEleven.org.
After School Art Classes
City Center Art: Elementary and middle school students are instilled with basic artistic skill sets and fundamental art studio knowledge. Professional working artists lead activities in studio arts such as painting, sculpture and ceramics. Classes meet once a week.
January 11th – May 11th, 2016 (17 classes)
Grades 2 – 5, Mondays 4:00 – 6:00 pm, Beginner Studio
Grades 6 – 8, Wednesdays 4:00 – 6:00 pm, Intermediate Studio
Cost: $27 per class, scholarships available
Alabama Charcoal is an after school art program for committed high school students. The program is designed to enhance technical drawing skills and allow students to explore concepts of their choice using a wide variety of media. Professional artists, designers, and writers serve as mentors—leading workshops, critiques and portfolio assessments. If a student is interested in pursuing a college degree in visual art or design, artist teachers and mentors will guide the student in portfolio development, college applications, scholarship research, and admission essays; thereby increasing the student’s college opportunities.
For more information, call Tara Lee at (205) 328-0553 ext. 24. or email email@example.com
Thank you all for coming out to the best show of the night!
An Award Show Honoring
Heroes of Art History
Please join Space One Eleven and Max Rykov Productions for “Art’s Biggest Night”.
“Mix and mingle” from 8:00-9:00 PM. The show begins at 9:00 PM.
Purchase tickets in advance for $12, and $15 the day of.
Inspired by Marcel Duchamp’s infamous 1917 masterpiece, “Fountain” (the urinal), this award show features some of Birmingham’s most beloved artists and art enthusiasts dressed in costume as some of the most influential figures from the history of visual art. We’ll have Frida Kahlo, Leonardo da Vinci, Pablo Picasso, Georgia O’Keeffe, Salvador Dali, the Mona Lisa and many more presenting Fountys (small clay replicas of “Fountain”) to winners of categories like “Most Confusing to the General Public”, “Most Whimsical Representation of the Human Body”, “Most Posthumous Success”, and plenty more–all leading up to the final award of the evening, “Best Picture”. The event will be both entertaining and educational, with presenters describing the lives and work of the historical artists.
Celebrate with us on Friday, December 12, 2014 as we present the winners of the categories at the Bottletree Cafe.