Artists and budding artists will be inspired by renowned artist Barbara Crawford, who will provide step-by-step instruction, and Rosie the Riveter, whose image will be used as a model, during a Patriotic Paint Party to be held at the George C. Marshall Museum on Saturday, March 19 beginning at 5:30 pm.
As many as 30 students will spend two hours flexing their creative muscles at the Marshall Museum in Lexington. There’s no experience necessary. The $35 per person fee includes instruction, canvas, paints, brushes, and snacks and drinks.
Reservations and advanced payment are required and can be made on the Marshall Foundation website or by calling Leigh McFaddin at 540-463-7103 x138.
This event is a part of the All Who Want to Serve sequence of the Marshall Legacy Series and is being presented in partnership with the U.S. Army Women’s Museum.
Guests can see the exhibition, “For My Country, For Myself,” that will remain open through April.
The George C. Marshall Legacy Series interprets General Marshall’s legacy through a multi-year series of exhibitions, speakers and programs centered on key themes or episodes from General Marshall’s career.
Additional activities to occur during the All Who Want to Serve sequence include the Marshall Matinee Film Series showings of the following films (Saturday, April 9, Wind Talkers; April 16, Go For Broke and April 23, The Tuskegee Airmen). Members will be admitted free; non-members will pay the regular Museum admission fee.
Please reserve my space with this $35 payment: