Christine Marsh-Leutgeb, Pleasant Ridge Elementary Art teacher, is showing her work at two venues this December. Her sculpture Moving Forward is part of a fundraiser for Arts Novi, a group of artists who are working together to sell their wares and raise awareness for the arts in the Novi community. Art will be auctioned off as part of the fundraiser on December 2nd at Gjeto's in Novi. Proceeds will help support the group's activities, such as booth space fees.
Also, she is the featured artist at the Pentamere Winery in Tecumseh. The show Wall Jewelry is on display throughout the month of December and the opening is this Saturday, December 4th from 4:30-6:30. Please join Christine and support the arts!
Tuesday, November 23, 2010
It only happens twice a year, the Motawi Tile Overrun Extravaganza and Mega Sale. If your still looking for that perfect gift or need an excuse to be creative, visit the tile shop on Saturday, December 4th between 10am to 3pm. You can shop until you drop and make a tile in the workshop. Make sure you map out how to get there and arrive early.
Tuesday, November 16, 2010
A new exhibit opens this weekend at the Detroit Institute of Arts! With the Thanksgiving holiday right around the corner, what better way to spend time with the family then to go check out this new show in addition to your favorites at the museum. Fakes, Forgeries and Mysteries includes works from a variety of cultures in a vast range of media and will appeal to a large audience, especially those interested in learning more about how the museum ticks from a scientific standpoint.
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Sunday, November 7, 2010
What is a logo? That's what Heritage School is asking 4th and 5th grade students in order to help develop a logo for an anti-bullying campaign. Heritage is looking for an idea to symbolize the schools new slogan, B3 - Bye Bye Bullying. Parents will see information coming home this week when students receive an official entry form to participate in the school wide logo contest. The logo will be used to communicate that bullying is unacceptable an that we, as a school, can work together to keep a safe, happy, and enjoyable environment in school. Keep checking in to see the progress of the competition over the next few weeks as the school will announce the winner of the contest in December. To get more ideas and see how old logos can get a fresh look, visit the Brand New website.