The Old Depot Gallery initiates a new Saturday series of artists’ and crafters’ demonstrations beginning September 6, 2014.
Known for exhibiting a wide range of local crafters, Old Depot hosts the series for artists to share their creative processes with the public. Saturday demonstrations will include:
- September 6: Fredreen Bernatovicz, watercolorist.
- September 13: Todd Uebele, woodworker.
- September 20: Karen Roades, jewelry designer.
- October 4: Marinette Wanezek, knitting designer.
- October 11: Eunice Stackhouse, paper fabricator.
- October 18: Virginia Fadden, baby clothes designer and fabricator.
"This is a family fun day, with activities for children and adults," says Jim Griffin, vice president of the Association and event organizer. Major activities include a 5K race, refreshments and craft demonstrations.
Old Depot Association is a Black Mountain community-based and volunteer-run nonprofit organization that oversees operation of the Gallery, a showcase for Western North Carolina artists and crafters. It is open each year from April through December. Started in 1976 to protect and maintain the century-old Train Depot, the organization and the festival support the teaching of mountain and heritage crafts and the arts - music, drama, and fine arts - in the Swannanoa Valley schools.
Please call (828) 669-6583 or visit www.olddepot.org for times of the Saturday demonstrations. Old Depot is located at 207 Sutton Avenue at Cherry Street in the heart of historic Black Mountain.