Carnegie Visual Arts Center

Night After Night O’ Moon

By • Aug 7th, 2018 • Category: News

November 27th thru January 13th 

This exhibit by Birmingham artist, Doug Baulos, features an ecological installation inspired by Doug’s time spent at the Wheeler Wildlife Refuge, Japanese Inari Shrines and the Ikan Crane Center. Doug has collaborated with Alabama high school art students, Priceville Elementary kindergartners and Artist, Jerry Slayton for a portion of the exhibit to include whooping crane paper puppets, found nature elements and digital art.

November 30th, 6pm—Members’ Artist Reception 

•January 12th, Crane Journal Workshop-10am-3pm. Doug Baulos will be leading a free workshop at the Carnegie Visual Arts Center where participants will create and experiment with a variety of handmade paper to create a small book examining whooping cranes. This workshop is come and go and is open to the public. Recommended to participants 12 yrs old and up. The Carnegie is an official stop on the Crane Shuttle tour bus.

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