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Carrie Ann Baade uses remnants of Renaissance and Baroque paintings to create surreal landscapes inhabited by exotic figures. Her work brings a contemporary voice to the past and has been exhibited nationally and internationally. The artist lives and works in Tallahassee, where she is Associate Professor of Painting and Drawing at Florida State University. Opening … Continue reading Wondering and WanderingFind out more »
Great things come in small packages. These small-but-mighty works, created by members of the Carrollton Artist Guild, fit within a 12 x 12 x 12-inch space and come in a variety of media and styles. All purchased artwork may be taken home immediately after purchase and make great gifts for friends, family -- or yourself. This … Continue reading Small PackagesFind out more »
In 1951,Gian Carlo Menotti was commissioned to compose the first opera for television by NBC and decided to tell the tale of the Magi from his childhood holiday tradition. Amahl learns about charity, mercy, faith and hope in the span of a cold night when he and his mother find themselves unexpected hosts of a … Continue reading Amahl and the Night VisitorsFind out more »
Make and decorate a colorful gift container using an assortment of art materials, recyclables and your own sense of creativity. Once you are finished, stay at the Center for the Arts to see a special holiday performance at 7:30 pm. All ages welcome, but young children will need assistance from their parents. Cost: $10Find out more »