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Upcoming Events

FEBRUARY/MARCH 2024

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WCAA GALLERY EXHIBIT:

SAVING ALABAMA'S HEMLOCKS
Conservation Through Art

Exploring the power and beauty of the Eastern Hemlock ecosystem under threat.

In the WCAA main gallery located at 1500 Indiana Avenue on the Bevill State Community College campus in Jasper, AL, we are featuring the FANTASTIC paintings, photos, paper, book art, and poetry of 16 talented Alabama artists:

 

Gary Anderson, Anne M. Bailey, Janice Barrett, Elaine Booth, Sam Calhoun, Paulette Daniel, Jim Felder, Leisha Hultgren, Timothy Joe, Maggie Johnston, Allison McElroy, Yuri Ozaki, Charles Siefried, Jillian Sico, Beth Stewart and Starr Weems.

Gallery Hours:
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday & Friday - 10 AM to 3 PM

EXHIBIT CLOSES: March 29, 2024

April 13, 2024, 10:00 to 11:00 AM

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WAKE UP, BROTHER BEAR
Rowland Auditorium
on the Bevill State Jasper Campus

 

Admission is FREE but you must register online. Registration opens in February 2024.

Spring is here! Sister Bear is awake, energized, and ready to explore but first, we need to wake up Brother Bear. Through counting, rhyme, movement, and song young theatre makers will explore the different seasons of the year. Join these beary lovable siblings as they embark on an adventure with melting waterfalls, twinkling stars, and a very elusive fish!
 

Wake Up Brother Bear is Birmingham Children’s Theatre’s next installment of Theatre for Very Young Audiences (TVYA), where children ages 0 – 5 can explore the world around them through the magic of live theatre. Through repetition, rhyme, song, and a lot of audience interaction, this show invites young kids to not just watch but experience creative storytelling. 

Source:: https://www.bct123.org/wake-up-brother-bear

May 11, 2024, 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM

Join us for the 19th Annual Art in the Park juried arts festival hosted by the Walker County Arts Alliance.

 

Art in the Park is a family-friendly juried show with over 60 artists from around the southeast - primarily Alabama. Hand-crafted art includes painting, drawing, wood carving, stained glass, sculpture, pottery, fabric arts, jewelry, and much more. Throughout the day visitors can enjoy children’s activities, dance troupes, live music, and other performing arts.

 

Come and enjoy the beautiful, shady grounds and gently flowing creek of Gamble Park, adjacent to the Jasper campus of Bevill State Community College, while browsing the best local arts and crafts. This spacious park features a paved walking trail, playground, and picnic areas, and is convenient to many dining and hotel facilities.

ARTIST REGISTRATION OPENS IN JANUARY 2024.

REGISTER HERE

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