Cartoonist Cole Closser discusses the relationship between art and narrative during an interactive workshop for adults. Closser is Assistant Professor of Art and Design at Missouri State University and author of the graphic novels Little Tommy Lost and Black Rat. Registration is required.
From storyline to final frame, this hands-on, step-by-step workshop gives young adults the tools they need to develop a first graphic novel. Cole Closser is Assistant Professor of Art and Design at Missouri State University and author of the graphic novels Little Tommy Lost and Black Rat. Registration is required.
Local children's book author Darcy Pattison will read and discuss her new book Nefertiti, the Spidernaut: The Jumping Spider Who Learned to Hunt in Space.
Sandy Tush from Soderquist Leadership will host the Nonprofit Leadership workshop on Wednesday November 2 from 9:00--11:00 am in the Walker Community Room. Nonprofit Leadership is a program designed to help nonprofits meet goals, move forward and solidify their organization. Sandy will present tips and strategies on having a clear vision, mission and set of goals for the nonprofit. The workshop will also include discussions and activities about best practices for a strong, collaborative partnership between nonprofit staff and board members. This program is designed to be beneficial to
Suzie Sanford will guide little ones, with help from their parents, through an art project.
Sweet Freedom Creameryowner Jessica Keahey leads a cheese tasting class with a discussion of different varieties of cheese and foods and drinks to serve as an accompaniment. She gives suggestions for how to cut, serve, and store cheeses. Participants will sample the cheeses and have opporunity to ask questions.
Cheese 101 is free but sign-up is required.
Join Ozarks at large host Kyle Kellams for an intimate conversation with Robert Ford, novelist, playwright and TheatreSquared artistic director, who adapted Dickens' Great Expectations for T2's current season. Robert and Kyle will discuss the joys and perils of adapting a beloved classic for the stage-how what we expect from a novel differs radically from what we expect for live theatre-and what to look for in the T2's six-actor production. Highlights will be broadcast on KUAF 91.3FM.
Harpist Beth Stockdell plays a solo acoustic lever harp in the main lobby at the Fayetteville Public Library, 1:00pm – 3:00pm, Sunday, October 23. Stockdell is a lifelong artist working in photography, stained glass, and multimedia painting. She began playing harp in 2003 and, since that time, has played harp coast to coast.