Executive Director Christine Brondyke brings us the June edition of in the Water. So much happening this June! We’ve kicked off our Summer Camps. There are still plenty of fun Summer Camp classes available the rest of June and July. We have some great culinary
Friday, June 2: Sweet Jazz: Roger Humphries and the RH Factor in Bell Acres 6 p.m. A local jazz legend heats up the Sweetwater Center for the Arts music series. Next up for the outdoor lawn concert at a private residence in Bell Acres
Executive Director Christine Brondyke shares her favorite bloopers from this week’s episode of In the Water. We sold out Let Them Cook! Thank you to everyone from the community who came out to celebrate with us. We also were able to purchase a new kiln
Sarah Simmons’ exhibition “Portraits” will be on display until April 28th. During late April and early May, we are pleased to offer metal smithing classes. Additionally, our teaching kitchen is hosting taco and salsa classes, as well as several culinary classes tailored specifically for teenagers.
Sweetwater Center for the Arts is reviving and revitalizing a longtime favorite event with Let Them Cook, a fundraising dinner of signature dishes made by a group of volunteer home chefs. The event is set for 6 to 9 p.m. April 21 in the center
For March’s episode, Executive Director Christine Brondyke is in our ceramic studio discussing: Sarah Simmons as our solo exhibitionist and Artist Guild host, the opening of Summer Camp registration, Let them Cook, and accepting applications for Mavuno. Support your local art community by becoming a
1. Sweetwater Center for the Arts Kids ages 4-16 can find their muse through a wide variety of mediums at Sweetwater Center for the Arts. From ceramics and watercolor to animation and graffiti, kids will find exciting ways to express their creativity. Past years included