NEW! Paint Mixer – February 4, Chad’s Place
Thursday February 4, Paint Mixer, Chad’s Place, in the Village
A professional art instructor walks you through creating a beautiful acrylic painting on canvas, step-by-step.
Even if you’ve never picked up a brush, you’ll have no trouble following along. And if you’ve attended other Paint Mixers, you’ll learn new techniques and improve your skills. See upcoming Paint Mixer dates here.
Come and enjoy two hours of socializing and creativity (adults only please). Dress casual and come for the fun, but plan on taking home a masterpiece!
$30.00 per painter in advance, $35.00 at the door. Includes all group instruction, materials, 11×14 canvas, one wine or beer and snacks. Dress for painting and fun. More info and how to purchase tickets.
NEW! Musical School of Rock – Starts January 11, 2016
Classes for students 6 years and up will start in January at the Mary Johnson Center in the Village. Class size is limited so signup early to save your student’s place. Instructors David Castagner and Jennifer Gail. Musical Instruments are available for all students.
Sign up for any or all of the 3 School of Rock Class Series held on Mondays and Thursdays afternoons at our SignupGenius pages below:
Founded in 1988, The Arts Council of Big Bear Valley is a non-profit organization dedicated to enriching the lives of residents and visitors with visual art and music. Throughout the year, The Council produces a variety of events and performances that provide a venue for talented artists and musicians. These include the Artwalk and Art on the Lake Festivals, Music at the Mansion, special exhibits, and programs at the Performing Arts Center. Through these events, fund-raising and support of music and art in the schools, The Arts Council works to keep the Valley’s cultural life alive and well. The Arts Council of Big Bear Valley is a 501 (c)(3) organization.
“Big Bear Lake Arts” is the name we’ve given to an ensemble of programs, events and activities provided by or in partnership with The Arts Council of Big Bear Valley. The Council’s vision for the future includes creation of a Village Arts Campus, a cultural center where visual and performing artists from throughout the area can teach, create and share the arts for the enrichment of youth and the community.