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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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February At Kentuck

Updated: Feb 6, 2019

February Art Night

Feb 7, 5-8pm

Death of Caesar, Tom Wegrzynowski

Museum & Teer Gallery: Kentuck Art Center is proud to present the work of Tom and Charlotte Wegrzynowski.

Tom Wegrzynowski has been a full-time instructor with The UA Department of Art and Art History since 2006. He has exhibited work nationally, most recently at Jonathan Ferrara Gallery in New Orleans, Contemporary Arts Center in Las Vegas and Transmission Gallery in Oakland, CA. In addition to painting, Wegrzynowski is also interested in collaborative projects. These include the “Hand to Hand” chronicle of the Iraq War, which was curated by Cecelia Kane and exhibited nationally; illustrations for Alan May’s anthology, “Dead Letters”, which was published by BlazeVOX in 2009; and Jerry Cullum’s conceptual catalog of the “First Walker Street Biennial”.

By Charlotte Wegrzynowski

In her ninth year of teaching at UA, Charlotte Wegrzynowski teaches Drawing I and Design I in the Foundations area of The UA Department of Art and Art History. She has taught graduate level watercolor classes for the Department of Theatre & Dance and has given guest lectures in art appreciation as well as in anthropology classes. She also teaches through the community partnerships program at Arcadia Elementary School in Tuscaloosa. Wegrzynowski has been juried into exhibitions at the Meridian Museum of Art and the Alabama Women’s Art Caucus in Huntsville, and she won second place in the SECAC 2016 Juried Exhibition. She received the Best of Show award in the 31st West Alabama Juried Art Show. She received her BA from The University of the South and the MFA from The University of Alabama Book Arts Program.

By Debra Farley

Gallery Shop: The Gallery Shop will be open for browsing and buying. Debra Farley is the featured Gallery Shop artist and will have a special display of new work!  Debra, a jewelry artist from Pelham, Alabama, creates jewelry from damaged and recycled pieces such as porcelain dishes, postcards, vintage lace, photos, and found objects, all set in hand-formed bezels created from silver, copper, and brass.

Red Dog Potters: The Red Dog Potters will be set up in our courtyard during Art Night for their hot chocolate mug fundraiser! Get yourself a beautiful handmade mug! 😍

Courtyard of Wonders: Enjoy live "old time" music from G.W. Henderson and pop up shops from local vendors.

Artists Studios: Kentuck's Studio Artists will have open studios for browsing, learning, observing, and buying. Col. Lee Busby, Ret. is celebrating his grand opening! Plus, a SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT at 7pm in the Georgine Clarke Building!

February's Art Night is sponsored in part by Evangeline's, and they've been so kind as to let us give away a gift certificate for lunch for two at their location in the Galleria of Tuscaloosa! Enter to win in our Gallery Shop during Art Night.

Workshops:

We have several workshops available for February, including after school programs like Clay Play and Imagination & Enrichment: Tuesdays at Kentuck. If you're looking for workshops for adults, Creation Vacation or Basketweaving may be of interest for you. To keep up with what workshops we have available, click here.


Thank you new & renewing members!

BIG DOG Gina Miers David and Jenny Pass Nikki and Nathan Utley

FIRE ANT Jean Spruill and Benton Gup

MUSEUM Shelley and Dexter Hancock Kim and David Hudson Virginia McPhearson

ART CENTER Myra Nodine Susan Rue

STUDIO Laura Gregory Hazel Smith

Interested in becoming a member? Click here for more information.

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