First Saturday is Reception Night!!

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Happy May everyone! Can you believe it’s May this weekend? We are so lucky here in Tucson with such gorgeous sunshine and spring weather!
And what does a new month mean? First Saturday Night, Art Walk Night at downtown Tucson art galleries!

Join WomanKraft in celebrating this special occasion this Saturday, May 2nd from 7:00 – 10:0 P.M. for an evening of divine art celebrating our feminine power, with the current exhibit, Drawing Down the Muse.

Drawing Down the Muse runs through May 30th at the WomanKraft Art Center located at 388 S. Stone Avenue, just 4 blocks south of Broadway. The gallery is open weekly Wednesday – Saturday, 1:00 -5:00 P.M. with 2 evening Receptions the first Saturday of the Month. (April 4 and May 2) 7 – 10 PM.

We are proud to announce that this is our 23rd annual Women’s only exhibit. This particular show is a spectacular combination of over 30 local artists showcasing a variety of media. By and for local women artists. Viva la mujer!! Support your local artists and non-profit arts organizations, you fantastic cultural creative, you.

And why not make it a whole evening of art? First Saturday Art Walk is all over downtown, be sure to learn more here, http://www.firstsaturdayartwalks.com/.

 

Giclee on Canvas by Marguerite Lloyd

‘Communion’ Oil Painting, Giclee on Canvas by Marguerite Lloyd

 

See a sneak peek of some of this work on our gallery page, by clicking here!

There is still time to catch ‘Drawing Down the Muse’

Have you been to WomanKraft recently?? Join in celebrating our 23rd Annual Drawing Down the Muse Exhibit! This is our only exclusive Women’s only exhibit, by and for local women artists. Come and join us in this celebration of our divine feminine power. All mediums and subject matter displayed, over 30 artists featured.

The Gallery is open Wednesday – Saturday 1:00 – 5:00 P.M.
With an evening reception the first Saturday of the month, April 4 and May 2nd 7:00 – 10:00 P.M.
We are located at 388 s. Stone Avenue.

To see a sneak peak of this exhibit, visit our Gallery Page by clicking here!!

Baby Let’s Fall in Love by Kat Cronn

Drawing Down the Muse OPENING RECEPTION this weekend and more!

Drawing Down the Muse

Join WomanKraft THIS SATURDAY, April 4th for our 23rd Annual Women’s Only Exhibit: Drawing Down the Muse.
Come celebrate our divine feminine power with Tucson original art work – by and for women artists. No restriction on subject matter.
Drawing Down the Muse opens Saturday, April 4th with an Evening Reception from 7:00 – 10:00 P.M. at the WomanKraft Art Center, located just 4 blocks south of Broadway. Artists, don’t forget your beautiful name tags!

Want to stop by and see the new show some other time? Feel free! the WomanKraft gallery is open Wednesdays through Saturdays, starting April 8 – May 30 from 1:00 – 5:00 P.M. There will be another evening reception the first Saturday in May, May 2nd from 7-10 P.M. For more information, Call (520) 629-9976
AND NEXT WEEK, DRUM ROLL PLEASE,

DIYClick on the image above to see the Facebook Event!!
Join WomanKraft at the Flycatcher for an amazing event hosted by FST! Female StoryTellers. www.fstorytellers.com
Sometimes, when you want something done right, you’ve just got to Do It Yourself. Join us at the Flycatcher on Wednesday, April 8, as the crafty women of FST! tell their stories of making, building, doing, hacking, crafting, and home-improving. FST!ers are doing it for themselves!
Doors open at 6:30PM, show starts at 7. Suggested donation is $7; cash only, please! ASL interpreters will be provided. Venue is 21+.
As always, FST! will donate a portion of proceeds to a local nonprofit. This month, our beneficiary is WomanKraft Art Center, a Non-Profit Arts Organization founded in 1974 to claim, validate, and empower women artists and other under represented groups

Check out this amazing blog!

Our Current Exhibit, Here Comes the Sun, has over 23 local artists exhibiting a variety of mediums in celebration on the arrival of spring. One of our new artists, showing work with us for the very first time, Miriam F. Vercillo, a crotchet artist, inspires many, including her daughter, a crotchet enthusiast. Check out the fantastic article about Miriam and her work at http://www.crochetconcupiscence.com/2015/02/my-mother-the-crochet-artist/

A Splash of Color Miriam F Vercillo

WomanKraft would like to say Thank you! to Kathryn Vercillo for mentioning us.

Haven’t been in to catch the show yet? Here Comes the Sun is open to the public
Wednesday – Saturday 1:00-5 :00 P.M. at 388 S. Stone Avenue. An Evening Reception will be held
Saturday, March 7 from 7:00-10:00 PM.