Kannapolis Arts Photographers March 15 meet up

Kannapolis Arts Photographers is organizing a meet up on March 15.

Price: Free
Location: Kannapolis Train Station, 125 S. Main St., Kannapolis.

March’s Meet Up:
Lee Kington presents an instructional session inclusive of hands-on segment about OC/OCF

Drop-in, no registration required.

This activity is specifically designed for intermediate and advanced photographers – both hobbyists and professionals. These meet-ups are designed for photographers to share and gain knowledge with other photographers in the area.

Kannapolis Arts Photographers (KAP) is a division of Kannapolis Arts (KArts).


Dedicated to connecting photographers of all levels in and around the Kannapolis area.
Dedicated to helping each other grow as photographers and businesses;  by sharing our experience and knowledge and most importantly our time.KAP members will be the first to know about potential exhibits, contests or other opportunities sponsored or associated with KArts.

KAP members will be the first people that KArts contacts with a “Call for photographers” for events, etc

Visit HERE for more details.

 

The Dwayne David Trio to perform free Kannapolis Jazz Concert Series on April 23

The Dwayne Jordan Trio will perform from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. Sunday, April 23 as part of the City of Kannapolis and Kannapolis Arts jazz concert series.

The concert series is free and will be held in Veterans Park, 118 N. Main Street, Kannapolis.

Other guests featured this concert season include:

April 30 – Nicci Canada Quartet

May 7 – Brad Bailey (solo)

May 14 – John Gurske Band

The concert series is being offered through the City of Kannapolis with the partnership of Kannapolis Arts, a division of a the volunteer organization Downtown Kannapolis Inc.

About the artist:

Dwayne Jordan is a Drummer, arranger and composer from charlotte North Carolina. Musical Influences are Jazz, Rock, Gospel, Hip-Hop, Rhythm and Blues.

Beginning Sewing Workshop — Throw Pillow (Saturday, March 18 class)

Ever wanted to learn to sew? Come join this beginners sewing class. All materials will be provided. If you have you own machine, please bring it – only a few machines will be provided. This class will be taught by Wanda Gordon as a part of the Kannapolis Arts Program.

Project: Throw Pillow (REGISTER)
Date: Saturday, March 18, 2017
Time: 10 a.m.

Location: Kannapolis Train Station, 201 S Main St, Kannapolis
Cost: $35.00

Kannapolis Arts Photographers March 15 meet up

Kannapolis Arts Photographers is organizing a meet up on March 15.

Price: Free
Location: Kannapolis Train Station, 125 S. Main St., Kannapolis.

March’s Meet Up:
Lee Kington presents an instructional session inclusive of hands-on segment about OC/OCF

Drop-in, no registration required.

This activity is specifically designed for intermediate and advanced photographers – both hobbyists and professionals. These meet-ups are designed for photographers to share and gain knowledge with other photographers in the area.

Kannapolis Arts Photographers (KAP) is a division of Kannapolis Arts (KArts).


Dedicated to connecting photographers of all levels in and around the Kannapolis area.
Dedicated to helping each other grow as photographers and businesses;  by sharing our experience and knowledge and most importantly our time.KAP members will be the first to know about potential exhibits, contests or other opportunities sponsored or associated with KArts.KAP members will be the first people that KArts contacts with a “Call for photographers” for events, etc

Visit HERE for more details.

Call to Artists: Aug. 26 Kannapolis Arts Zombie Walk and Arts Festival

The second annual Kannapolis Arts Zombie Walk and Arts Festival is set for 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 26 in downtown Kannapolis.

The 2nd annual Kannapolis Arts Zombie Walk and Arts Festival kicks off at 4 p.m. and will feature performances by the Stray Cat Sideshow troupe with fire eating and sword swallowing; music by David Domingo and Co. as well as local “haunts” and hearses provided by the Reaper’s Rides hearse club. The festival will also feature entertainment from the Queens of D’Nile Studio belly dance troupe!

Come celebrate “Halloween” early with the festival, which will include people dressing up in costume to get into the Halloween spirit and at 7:30 p.m. will feature a zombie walk around the North Carolina Research Campus.

In the past, the festival has been on West Avenue, but with the road improvements underway during the festival the event has been moved across the street to Research Campus Drive, which is essentially an “extension” of West Avenue.

It is FREE to attend the festival as a patron and just $10 to set up as a vendor.

INTERESTED VENDORS, REGISTER HERE:

 

 

Crafts for the Home with Jenny class (March 28)

Kannapolis Arts and the City of Kannapolis are offering a craft class with artist Jenny Booe.

Start Date/Time:
Tuesday, March 28, 2017 6:00 PM
End Date/Time:
Tuesday, March 28, 2017 8:00 PM
Location:
Kannapolis Train Station, 201 S Main St, Kannapolis

CRAFTS FOR THE HOME with JENNY

Join us for different sessions making crafts for the home. Project ideas for each month will include: door wreaths, wooden painted signs, floral arrangements, rustic signs and more. All materials will be included, but participants may bring embellishments as desired to personalize each craft. These classes are offered through Kannapolis Arts/DKI and Kannapolis Parks and Recreation Department.

Cost: all sessions at $40.00 each

Register HERE: