| Exhibition Examining Sequential Art Draws 300 Opening Night |
"Rated G for Graphic" a look at the sequential art of comic books, graphic novels and video games drew 300 excited guests to its September 13 opening. Many of the guests came in cosplay (comic book or video attire) and are pictured below.
The exhibition features the video game designs of Tiffany & Tammy Dao, the graphic novels of James Greene, the comic and graphic novel work of John Allison and the Marvel Comics cover art of Paolo Rivers. The exhibition runs through November 17 and has been drawing large numbers of visitors.
Click here to see some of the guests at the opening reception for Rated G for Graphic courtesy of the Ormond Beach Observer
Pulp fiction (the predecessor of comic books) and its connection to Ormond Beach were the topic of an historical talk by Audrey Parente that drew 30 guests.
The educational portion of the exhibition continues with a Comic Book Workshop for Teens and Tweens on Saturday, Oct. 19 from noon - 3.
www.ormondartmuseum.org for more information
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from 9:30am - 11:30am.
This one is outdoors and a little messy!
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| Come Back to School This Fall- At the Museum! |
Adult Fall Classes:
Adult Art 101:
The Elements of Art with Karlene McConnell
Think Outside the Box with Oil Pastels and Mixed Media with Diane Parks
How Does Your Bromeliad Grow? Garden talk with Janett Taylor and Jay Thurrott
Fused Glass Pendants with Gail Artin
Enchanted Dish Gardens with Sherrill Schoening & Janett Taylor
Kids Art Classes:
Free Family Art Night
Friday, Oct. 4th, 6- 7:30
Comic Book Workshop for Teens & Tweens:
Learn the basics with comic book and graphic novel artist James Greene
Saturday, October 19th, Noon-3pm
Schools out - Eco Art Day III
Ages 6 - 12
Monday, October 21st
Ongoing monthly programs
Canvas & Cocktails
our best-selling evening of painting.
Art As Therapy
for those in medical situations, caregivers and loved ones
Click here for more information about upcoming classes. Register for classes by calling 386-676-3347.
New Museum Travel Trip Announced:
Join us in Europe for "Tulips, Great Art & the Beaches of Normandy"
May 9th - May 20th, 2014
12 days, 11 nights in superior tourist class hotels
3 nights in Amsterdam the Netherlands
2 nights in Bruges Belgium
Overnight at Omaha Beach
3 nights in Paris
Guided tour of the newly renovated Rijksmuseum housing masterpieces from the Dutch Golden age including Rembrandt's "Night Watch" and Vermeer's "The Milkmaid"
Trip to the spectacular Keukenhof, known as the Garden of Europe with more than 7 million bulbs planted! (visit during the height of tulip season)
Stroll the streets of medieval Bruges --Belgium is home to 178 breweries, numerous chocolatiers and lace products
Visit the beaches of Normandy 70 years after the Allied invasion on a guided tour
Guided tours of Monet's home and inspiration, Giverney and the Musee d'Orsay housing impressionist masterpieces including Van Gogh's" Starry Night", and the work known affectionately as "Whistler's Mother" by James Whistler
Plenty of independent time to enjoy Paris - the City of Light
City tours of Amsterdam, Bruges and Paris included
Click here for more details
Special Thanks To:
Two local businesses stepped forward to help ensure that the technical display of video game artistry went off without a hitch.
MicroMax Computer Store at 1425 W. Granada Blvd. and owner John Martineau for building PCs capable of projecting the work and toJose Rivera
Aaron's at 120 South Nova Road for providing the wall-mounted televisions for displaying the work!