|New director gives DAAG a fresh canvas|
|Written by Stephanie Groves|
|Friday, March 15, 2013 12:29 PM|
What started as five local artists holding monthly artistic sessions at each other’s homes has developed into a well-structured organization housed in a spacious 5,000-square-foot area of sprawling, open interior which supports classroom environments, large social gatherings, receptions and events, as well as a rotating exhibition space.
The 2nd Floor Gallery, located above the Postal Museum at 339 N. Main St., will be home to offerings of seasonal classes, workshops, art outreach programs, event and exhibition planning and is focused on catering to all individuals in the community.
DAAG’s first class session, a 10-week Beginning Guitar Class for ages 8-12, will be held on April 8 and run through June 10. The class will be lead by Tim Zerkel, a certified guitar instructor, who will teach participants about types of guitars, tuning, chords, picking and information on continued learning. Additional guitar classes will be available in the future.
To read the rest of this article please subscribe or sign in