October's Guest SpeakerMYLES GEYMAN - STAK CERAMICS

http://www.stakceramics.com/about-1/

November's Guest SpeakerJUSTIN MERRELL - CO-FOUNDER of CATALYST SPACE / CEO of ADIAON

https://www.adiaon.com/

January's Guest Speaker - MAIA LEPPO - Resident Artist at the Brewhouse Association located in Pittsburgh, PA

http://www.maialeppo.com/

February's Guest Speaker - Kim Foxan artist in the medium of tins and salvaged wood, as well as art teacher, designer and illustrator

https://www.workerbird.com/

Monday-Friday
Saturday
Sunday

Kim Fox, aka "Worker Bird" - a multi-talented ‘metals quilter,’ 

as well as art teacher, designer and illustrator 


Kim Fox was born in New Wilmington, PA and raised in Stahlstown, PA, a rural area east of Pittsburgh. She currently resides in Mt. Lebanon, PA, a “streetcar suburb” of Pittsburgh. She earned her BFA in Printmaking from the College of Charleston in Charleston, SC, 1994. Her childhood in rural Western Pennsylvania informs her aesthetic, subject matter and choice of materials. She has been making art and showing her work for sixteen years - beginning with more traditional painting and collage when she lived in Florida. After moving back to Pennsylvania and reclaiming her roots, she started to explore the regional arts and crafts with a more rural bent. Six years ago, she began working with vintage tins and salvaged wood and patchworking the tin in a way that felt like quilting. Currently, she is researching traditional quilting and the stories behind the patterns. Her tin quilts have been shown in galleries in Pittsburgh, Providence, RI, and Brooklyn, NY. In addition to making her tin quilts, Fox is an itinerant art teacher in regional schools and also is a designer and illustrator. When she’s not making or teaching, she’s with her husband and son, their three dogs, a cat, five chickens, and a milk snake. Probably around a fire. 


10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Closed

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The goals of this series for Craft Business Thursday’s @ Creator Square are to update the community on Creator Square’s progress in anticipation of the buildings renovation and program rollout in 2018-19; discuss concepts like ‘craft business,’ ‘makers movement,’ and entrepreneurialism; and feature a talented and accomplished craft business person / maker during each evening lecture / workshop.


The Community Arts Center of Cambria County will be hosting the fourth Craft Business Thursday @ Creator Square on Thursday, February 22 from 6:00-8:00 P.M. at the Community Arts Center’s Goldhaber-Fend Fine Arts Center gallery. The CBT@ Creator Square will be a series of monthly lectures featuring a special guest speaker. Kim Fox is the fourth speaker in the Creator Square, Craft Business Thursday

Speaker Series. 

Keeping the Arts Alive in Cambria County.

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