'Fiber, cloth, trend' on the runway at New Hope exhibit – Bucks County Courier Times

New Hope Arts invitational present, "fiber, cloth, trend 2017," opens Saturday and runs by way of Could 28.

It provides a month-lengthy exploration of authentic and repurposed methods in fiber and trend that includes couture to radical experiments in design. Opening occasions on Saturday at 7 p.m. and Could 7 at 6 p.m. highlight the return of the widespread runway present, Tickets are $20 and advance buy is inspired.

NHArts' second showcase of textile arts is dedicated to established and rising designers and fiber artists. The exhibition, curated by Sandy Morrison, options the vast number of strategies and media in wearables, wall artwork and installations. Roughly 30 artists are taking part.

The wall artwork and installations will likely be on show all through the month. A retail boutique with samples of the designers' wearables and equipment will likely be accessible on the market.

The gallery at 2 Stockton Ave. in New Hope is open Fridays by way of Sundays from midday to five p.m.

Info and tickets: www.newhopearts.org or 215-862-9606.

Occasions proceed at BCCC

At present is the spotlight of the annual Pupil Exhibition at Bucks County Group School, with the reception from to four p.m., however occasions will proceed by way of Could 9.

At present guests can go to open studios and get perception into nice woodworking; jewellery, images, printmaking and sculpture in addition to ceramics wheel-throwing and hand-constructing.

Additionally, wooden turning will likely be demonstrated from to 2 p.m.; a bronze pour demonstration at three p.m. and glassblowing all afternoon.

The scholar artwork and craft sale will likely be held in the three-D Courtyard, climate allowing. Additionally, the Artmobile additionally will likely be on web site.

Amongst the persevering with festivities are Classical Chamber Ensembles enjoying at 7:30 p..m. Monday; a movie competition 5:30 to 7 p.m. Wednesday; Live performance Choir performing 7:30 p.m. Wednesday; Gerald Veasley's Electrical Mingus Challenge at 7:30 p.m. Thursday (a grasp class at 2 p.m. is also open to the public); "Unequalled Sound: A Steinway Celebration" at 7 p.m. Saturday; and the Jazz Orchestra at 7:30 p.m. Could 9.

The campus is at 275 Swamp Highway, Newtown. Info: www.bucks.edu/news/culture/artatbucks/

Patsy Cline tribute present

A Tribute to Patsy Cline Dinner/Present will likely be held Thursday at the Lambertville Station Ballroom.

Maggie Worsdale, adept in jazz, Broadway, requirements and novelty songs, will sing Cline's well-known repertoire and take one on a journey by way of her life.

There additionally will likely be music earlier than and after her present.

Doorways will open at 6 p.m. for a money bar with the buffet at 6:30, dessert at 7 and the present at eight. The occasion runs till 9:30.

The ballroom is at 11 Bridge St. in Lambertville. Tickets are $80, accessible at www.mountaintopmarketing.net and clicking on occasions. Info: 908-507-3209.

Life drawing class supplied

A 4-session course in life drawing will begin Wednesday at the Bucks County Classical Arts Middle, Riverstone Circle, 205 in the college constructing, New Hope. Lessons will run from to four p.m. on Wednesdays by way of Could 24. The charge is $180.

College students will discover ways to deal with drawing supplies, make shapes, get proportions, and make mild and shadow. A reside mannequin will likely be used.

College students will use the sight measurement methodology to get correct proportions. Freshmen or intermediate college students will draw, and extra superior college students with expertise with sight measurement can paint in black and white or coloration. College students are inspired to name to search out out the place they need to start.

For extra data contact teacher John Murdoch at 267-221-6046. For data on all lessons: http://buckscountyclassicalartscenter.org/art-class-enrollment.

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