Fine & Functional Craft Show
Reception: Friday, December 2 from 5-8 p.m.
Fine and Functional returns to the Hammond Regional Arts Center just in time for the holiday season. After a three year hiatus, the highly acclaimed Fine and Functional craft show returns to the Arts Center for the month of December. This unique, handmade art experience is curated by local stained glass artist, Jerry Hymel. The items for sale include wonderful jewelry pieces by several artists, iron sculpture by John Perriloux, folk art by Pat Juneau, and wood sculpture by David Nagel.
There will be pottery by nationally known artists Ken Follette and Flynn Sochon. Hymel says that in addition to the artists named here there will be many more participating including local artists and artists from the Rhino Gallery in New Orleans. There will also be lots of Christmas ornaments for sale. So here is your opportunity to purchase unique crafts to fill out your Christmas list. Join us as welcome the return of this HRAC tradition on Friday, Dec. 2 through the 21st.
Dress in your fabulous After Five attire to sample cocktails created by several local Hammond bartenders. These mixologists will be putting all their skills to the test in order to create the best cocktails. Whose drink will come out on top? Find out on as the Hammond Regional Arts Center presents its inaugural event Art of the Cocktail!!
Save the Date: Friday, Feb. 3
Location: Hammond Regional Arts Center
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The Hammond Regional Arts Center (HRAC) supports, promotes, and coordinates visual, performing, and literary arts in Tangipahoa Parish and surrounding parishes. Our primary mission is to enrich lives through quality arts education, develop an appreciation of the arts within individuals, and introduce the public to professional exhibitions, performances and literature.
The Hammond Regional Arts Center is supported in part by a Decentralized Arts Funding Grant from the Arts Council of Greater Baton Rouge in cooperation with the Louisiana Division of the Arts, Office of Cultural Development, Department of Culture, Recreation and Tourism, and Louisiana State Arts Council.