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March Issue 2003
Center for Craft, Creativity & Design in Hendersonville, NC, Offers Latest in Series of Tea Time Talks
The Center for Craft, Creativity & Design at UNC-Asheville's Katherine Kellogg Center Campus in Hendersonville, NC, will be offering a talk with artist, John Nygren, as part of its Tea Time Talks series on Tue., Mar. 18, 2003, at 4 pm. The event is free and the public is welcomed.
Nygren lives in Walnut Cove, NC, where he has a studio. An accomplished and widely collected artist, Nygren has used the technique of lampworking and flameworking on hot glass since 1972. A love of nature, form, and color informs all of his work. Nygren is passionate about ecology and the environment, and has always worked with recycled container glass. He is one of fourteen artists whose work is currently on display as part of the "Mountain Inspired Exhibition" at the Center for Craft, Creativity and Design. This exhibition is co-sponsored by the Carolina Mountain Land Conservancy.
Tea Time Talks are held monthly at the Center for Craft, Creativity and Design, in conjunction with current exhibitions, as a variation on the evening artist receptions and talks.
The Center for Craft, Creativity & Design
is a regional inter-institutional Center of The University of
North Carolina. Our mission is to support, advance and integrate
craft, creativity and design into lifelong learning and solutions
for the community through research, education and community
For further infomation call the Center at 828/890-2050, e-mail at (CenterCCD@aol.com) or on the web at (www.craftcreativitydesign.org).
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