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Kentuck Art Center and Festival was established in 1971. Kentuck's mission is to perpetuate the arts, engage the community, and empower the artist. The Kentuck Festival of the Arts is held annually in October, and during that weekend, makes a $5.5 million economic impact on its community.

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workshops > creation vacation

creation vacation: february

for adults 18+

Take time to create every week – a creative mini-vacation!

Sherri Warner believes everybody is happiest when they’re making something with their hands. This workshop series features fun projects that will get your creative energy flowing. Come enjoy light snacks, a beverage, and an enjoyable environment, all while discovering how good a creation vacation can be for you!

When: Tuesdays 6-8pm or Saturdays 1-3pm

Instructor: Sherri Warner

Where: Kentuck's Georgine Clarke Building

Class size: Limited to 10 

Included: Supplies, snack, and a beverage sponsored in part by
                        Crimson Spirits

Tuition: $30 / class or $100 / 4 classes

*Call us (205)-758-1257 to register for the bulk deal ($100/4 classes) or continue scrolling for individual classes

March 12

Netsuke are small carvings worn in traditional  Japanese dress to attach articles to the sash of a kimono.

Let's make our own netsuke! We'll create these small ornaments using a faux ivory polymer clay technique. Then we'll create a mixed media diorama for them.

Netsuke and

faux ivory polymer clay

Art quilts and


Art quilts use an art form that uses both modern and traditional quilting techniques to create art objects. Practitioners of quilt art create it based on their experiences, imagery, and ideas rather than traditional patterns.

We'll make our own miniature art quilt -- a 2-inch version called a "twinchie".  Twinchies can be used as pendants, magnets, or displayed as art. We'll probably only have time to complete one, but you'll take home the supplies to create 3.

March 16 or

March 19

This is an ongoing series of workshops. Visit often to see new offerings!

March projects:

     3/2/2019 and 3/5/2019 - Medieval manuscripts and hand lettered journal cover

     3/9/2019 and 3/12/2019 - Netsuke and polymer clay sculptures

     3/16/2019 and 3/19/2019 - Art quilts and "twinchies"

     3/23/2019 and 3/26/2019 - Wyeth's "Master Bedroom" and watercolor