Do you have a Forest County veteran in your family? Have you taken the steps the make sure his/her uniform is properly preserved for future generations? Check out Melissa Barker’s excellent tutorial on how to preserve an ancestor’s military uniform.
Join the Crandon Public Library on Thursday, December 29th at 7:00 p.m. as we welcome Meg Sprenger, current Master of Fine Arts candidate at The School of Art at Montana State University. Meg, a 2012 Crandon High School graduate, received her Bachelor of Fine Arts in Studio Art with an emphasis in ceramics and sculpture from the University of Minnesota Duluth in 2016.
Meg will be discussing her current work, her education goals and her plans for a career in the Arts. Meg’s work is inspired by her love for traveling combined with the history of ceramics and the progression of sciences. She interweaves psychology and biology as well as including the ideology of ceramics into her work.
This program is open to all ages. High school students who may be interested in learning about future career paths involving the Fine Arts are especially invited to attend. Funding for this event is provided by a WVLS Innovation and Collaboration Grant awarded to the Crandon Public Library in October of 2016. The grant will allow for collaboration between the library and the Crandon High School art club and will include a trip to the Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum in the spring.
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