Light up the winter nights with your own unique painted lighted bottle! In this workshop, students will paint a glass bottle with their own unique design and insert lights for a finishing touch. All supplies and materials provided. Students have option to bring their favorite acrylic paintbrushes.
Part 1: Distribute and explain supplies. (15 minutes)
Students will choose from a variety of ready-to-paint, pre-drilled bottles.
Part 2: Design
Instructor will show examples of completed bottles and allow time for students to create a design. Instructors will give feedback and suggestions.
Part 3: Painting the bottle (90 minutes)
Students will paint their bottles as desired before adding a sealant.
Part 4 | Installing lights (10 minutes)
Instructor will demonstrate how to install lights. Student will install lights in their painted bottle.
Part 5: Brief discussion on how to care for bottle (5 minutes)
INSTRUCTOR PROVIDES THESE SUPPLIES
VRAC PROVIDES THESE SUPPLIES
Wear clothing that you don’t mind getting some paint on
Optional: favorite acrylic paint brushes
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The 2020 1st annual Black History Extravaganza is happening Saturday,
February 29, 2020 from 11 am to 5 pm at Douglas County High School, 8705
Campbellton St, Douglasville GA 30134. The Extravaganza programming is
family-oriented day and rooted in Celebrating the African Diaspora.
There will be panel discussions, educational activities, art gallery,
children’s activities, health and wellness sessions, storytelling,
community connection circles, youth performances, musical and dance
performances, food, goods, and services vendors, workshops, and so much
The event is free and open to the public.
Featuring Carol Collins. All items under $75.
Local young artists aspire to greater heights as we celebrate their fresh vision and the teachers who have mentored, inspired, and challenged them to create.
Opening reception, hosted by District Art Teachers
Thursday. March 5th, 5—7 pm
Free and open to the public
Cultural Arts Center Douglasville/ Douglas County
8652 Campbellton St.
Douglasville, GA 30134
On view March 2nd – March 26th, 2020
Free admission and open to the public
Monday – Friday, 9 am – 5 pm