ArtWorks at the West Side YMCA Announces its 33rd Annual

ARTWORKS HOLIDAY CRAFTS FAIR 2018

Thursday December 13th to Saturday December 15th, 2018

 

SAVE THE DATE!  MARK YOUR CALENDAR NOW FOR THE ARTWORKS HOLIDAY CRAFTS FAIR 2018.

 

ArtWorks at the West Side YMCA studio will host its 33nd Annual Holiday Crafts Fair December 13, 14, and 15 in the Y’s famed George Washington Lounge. The event will showcase over 300 handmade and one-of-a-kind ceramic art pieces, watercolor paintings, and stained glass and beaded jewelry pieces created by students, assistants, and teachers who study and work out of the Y’s ArtWorks Studio. The crafts fair is timed to coincide with the holiday gift-giving season and is a
great opportunity to purchase an original piece of art that has real value and lasting impact at an affordable price. This year we will reveal a small sampling of the crafts that will be for sale in a POTTERY PREVIEW in the ArtWorks Lobby Display Case starting Monday November 26, 2018.

The “Meet The Artists Reception” on Friday 12/15 from 6 to 9pm is FREE to the public and is an exciting opportunity to mingle with the artists, learn about their work and share refreshments with the Y community. For additional information contact ArtWorks at the West Side YMCA Co-Ordinator Kate Missett. 

 

Thursday: December 13th – 10:00 am to 9:00 pm

Thursday: Meet the Artists Reception – 6:00 – 9:00pm

Friday: December 14th – 10:00 am to 9:00 pm

Saturday: December 15th – 10:00 am to 6:00 pm

Location: George Washington Lounge @ West Side YMCA

5 W 63rd St, main floor, NYC 10023

 

Info: Kate Missett, 212.912.2638, kmissett@ymcanyc.org

Click here for more info!

 

About ArtWorks. ArtWorks at the West Side YMCA services the Upper West Side along community with a variety of classes in the visual arts including ceramics, stained glass, drawing, watercolor and beading.  We have monthly exhibits in the ArtWorks Display Cabinets located in the lobby of the West Side YMCA.  The exhibits are of work created in the ArtWorks studios both by students and faculty members. Practicing a craft is focusing for the body, calming for the mind, and enriching for the spirit -all part of the YMCA mission!