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Kentuck Art Center | Northport, AL
Kentuck Art Center | Northport, AL

Kentuck Art Center is located in Northport, Alabama

Kentuck Art Night
Kentuck Art Night

Cob Oven Pizza Kentuck Art Night
Cob Oven Pizza Kentuck Art Night

Kentuck Art Center | Northport, AL
Kentuck Art Center | Northport, AL

Kentuck Art Center is located in Northport, Alabama

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Art Night is our monthly, community-wide, FREE event that celebrates art and artists. Kentuck Art Center is located on the corner of Fifth Street and Main Avenue in the heart of Historic Downtown Northport. Join us for exhibition openings, open artists’ studios, live music in the courtyard, extended Gallery Shop hours, pizza from our cob oven, and pop-up shops from local vendors. These events are FREE, family friendly, and open to the public.

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UPCOMING: May Art Night at kentuck: May 6, 2021; 5-8pm

Join us for May Art Night! This month's Art Night features "Faces in Clay" by Tim Whitten, live music from Debbie Bond and Radiator Rick, "May Flowers" in the Teer Gallery, and pop up shops from local vendors including Bloomin' Idiots Flowers. Art Night occurs the first Thursday each month from 5-8pm and is always FREE and family friendly.

 

Pre-registration is encouraged, but walk-ins are accepted. Check in at the front door upon arrival. Masks must be worn over your nose and mouth. For more information about our current COVID protocols, please click here.

 

About Tim:
Tim developed a fondness for folk art upon moving to South Carolina in 2009. A self-taught potter, he began by making functional wares like bowls and birdhouses in 2010 before quickly making a shift to face jug pottery. Many of his pieces draw inspiration from traditional American folk pottery with an emphasis on face jug pottery. He has attended shows and festivals in Alabama and South Carolina and ships pieces throughout the country. Tim also enjoys doing demonstrations and passing along the tradition whenever there is an opportunity. Tim has a B.S. from Auburn University and a M.A.R. from Lutheran Theological Southern Seminary. He also works for the South Carolina Conference of the United Methodist Church.


About "May Flowers:"
This year, Kentuck's Teer Gallery is dedicated to local artists. Curated by Kentuck Studio Artist Neel Alexander, this first show is all about florals!

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Kentuck's Art Nights and exhibitions are sponsored in part by the Alabama State Council on the Arts, the National Endowment for the Arts, and the Alabama Humanities Alliance.