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NOTE: All of our adult classes are appropriate for ages 13+, unless a specific age is mentioned. Our Kid's classes are for ages 8-12, unless specific ages are indicated.  If for any reason you cannot register online, you may call Hancock Arts at 228-342-4521 and register over the phone.

Upcoming events

    • 9 Dec 2023
    • 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM
    • 405 Blaize Avenue, Bay St. Louis, MS 39520
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    Art WithOut Walls AWOW - Holiday market

    Join us at The Arts, Hancock County and support our local deeply talented Artists

    Art mediums include original art, prints, giftable art, mixed media, fiber arts, jewelry, pottery, books, cards, culinary arts, and beyond.

    AWOW markets are scheduled in conjunction with the 2nd Saturday Art Walks in BSL during the Spring and Fall months. 

    AWOW times 10a - 2p

    AWOW markets are held on the grounds of The Arts, Hancock County located at 405 Blaize Avenue, Bay St. Louis.


    AWOW - Art Markets are not juried - However all artwork must be hand made by the artist.


    Art Without Walls market does not require a booth fee. However, artists who wish to participate must be members of The Arts, Hancock County. 

    To join, please visit

    Artists will be provided a welcome packet at set up with tent assignment and the sales tax form.

    Artists are required to charge 7% sales tax for all items that are sold. 

    At the end of each market, all sales tax collected and the original sales tax form will be turned in to a representative from The Arts, Hancock County. 

    The Arts will submit your sales tax for you to the Mississippi Department of Revenue.

    Artist Members must register for each AWOW individually.

    • 9 Dec 2023
    • 6:00 PM - 8:30 PM
    • 405 Blaize Avenue, Bay St. Louis MS

    Everyone, please join us for the Awards Presentation, Art Reception, and Annual Holiday Party

    Saturday, December 9, 2023, from 6 - 8:30p

    The Arts will provide food and beverages; please bring the holiday cheer!

    The exhibit will run from December 9, 2023 - January 10, 2024

    Location: The Arts, Hancock County, MS - 405 Blaize Ave.


    • 21 Dec 2023
    • 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
    • 405 Blaize Ave to Beach Picnic Area at End of Washington Avenue, Bay St. Louis, MS
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    Everyone is invited!  

    We will light up the LONGEST NIGHT of the year, Winter Solstice on December 21, 6p.

    Meet at The Arts, Hancock County and parade with us in our WALKING PARADE down to Washington St. for a beach bonfire, pizza, familiar tunes, and just enjoy the night. Feel welcome to meet us at the bonfire as well.

    Bring your lanterns, handmade or purchased, battery powered only. Wear a costume if you like!!

    (Make a lantern at our workshop on Dec. 2  - )

    What to bring to the parade:

    1. Any type Lantern (battery-operated only, prefer handmade)
    2. Folding chair or blanket (drop off at the beach area prior to parade)
    3. Beverage of your choice
    4. Snack to share if you like

    This is a family-friendly event. No dogs please! Friends are always welcome!

    We are having lantern-making workshops - see above.

    Registration is requested for parade participation as we need to let city know our aproproximate number of walkers.

    • 10 Jan 2024
    • 10 Feb 2024
    • 405 Blaize Ave, Bay St. Louis MS
    • 14

    Historic Mardi Gras Throws Exhibition.


    JANUARY 10 THRU FEBRUARY 10, 2024.

    Also includes Children's Shoe Box Floats! Come see!! Open Tuesday thru Saturday, 9am-4:30pm.

      A Brief History of Mardi Gras Throws from The Historic New Orleans Collection:

      In early-19th-century New Orleans, processions of ladies en route to Carnival balls were said to have tossed sweets and bonbons, as well as provocative smiles, to gentlemen along the route. Bands of youths would throw flour (and, later, nastier substances, such as rotten fruit, plaster pellets, urine, and caustic lime) at revelers on Fat Tuesday. One newspaper in the 1840s reported on Ash Wednesday that the streets looked as if snow had fallen. 

      The first reports of items being thrown as part of the official parades we know today came in the early 1870s with the second procession of the Twelfth Night Revelers, according to Carnival historian Errol Laborde. Following their “Mother Goose’s Tea Party”–themed parade, a costumed Santa distributed gifts from his bag.

      In the early 20th century, the Rex Organization began the tradition of tossing throws to the crowd from each float. Strings of hand-strung glass beads quickly became the desired souvenir. According to a master’s thesis written by the late Lissa Capo, who was THNOC’s in-house expert on Carnival throws, the earliest surviving examples are Japanese mercury glass beads, made during WWII. Czechoslovakian crystals were in vogue next, through the 1960s, when they were superseded by hand-strung plastic necklaces. With the arrival of plastic beads molded directly onto polyester strings, the throws became bigger, longer, showier, and more customizable to each krewe. Abundant strings of oversized beads became the new gold standard, beloved by viewers. And the krewes responded, throwing more and more—and more.

      The early 20th century marked the arrival of painted walnuts and, later, painted coconuts from the Zulu Social Aid and Pleasure Club. Today the painted, glittered, and feathered coconuts are passionately sought—something of a holy grail for even experienced parade-goers.

      The Zulu coconut influenced other krewes and walking clubs to create their own signature throws. In 2001, a member in the Krewe of Muses—using the Zulu coconut as inspiration—introduced their tradition of presenting glittered, decorated high-heeled shoes as the prized throw of their parade. Each one is intended to be a unique work of art for the lucky recipient. Other krewes have thrown bedazzled oyster shells, brassieres, wine corks, goblets, grails, eyeglasses, toilet scrubbers, eggs, and more. There seems to be little a Carnival-loving New Orleanian won’t encrust with glitter! And, on the receiving end, there’s little a dedicated parade-goer won’t do to secure one of these treasures—screaming, dancing, and making a general fool of one’s self. Such is the magic of the season. 

      • 10 Jan 2024
      • 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM
      • 405 Blaize Avenue, Bay St. Louis MS


      Curated by Yuki Northington

      We have a FULL CALENDAR of events to share with you - come see how you can have more fun!

      Members and non-members invited.  Registration is not required.

      >>>Remember to bring a 'pot luck' dish or an hors d'oeuvres to share. The Arts provides beverages. 

      • 13 Jan 2024
      • 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM
      • 405 Blaize Ave, Bay St. Louis MS
      • 14

      FOR KIDS! Crab in the Sand: Acrylic painting with Samantha Hallenus

      This is a great way for Kids to get hands-on and involved with art.

      January 13, 10 -11:30a

      This fun-first class is for ages 5-10. Each participant will have the option to draw or trace their crab, making the class accessible to kids on all levels.

      Parents are invited to work on a piece with their child or to create their own piece.

      We look forward to a great time on the Gulf Coast with color.

      Register and Save Your Spot Today!

      Students Will Learn

      ·       Drawing

      ·       Mixing/blending techniques

      ·       How to apply acrylic paint to canvas

      Class Details

      ·       Appropriate for kids 5 – 10 years of age.  Children 7 & under must be accompanied by an adult, and each adult/child team will do one painting.

      ·       Children 8+ may be dropped off.

      ·       Each student and adult/child team will do one painting.

      ·       $22.50 fee for members

      ·       $25 fee for non-members

      ·       $4 per person supply fee payable to instructor at beginning of class

      ·       For parents who want to make their own painting, be sure to sign up and pay a separate fee.

      ·       Class Size: 15 maximum/4 minimum

      The $4 fee includes

      ·       A 9” x 12” canvas

      ·       A tube of acrylic paint to take home

      ·       A pencil, and a brush

      ·       Students will have access to other supplies during the class

      ·       Students should bring an apron or old shirt to protect their garments


      • 14 Jan 2024
      • 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM
      • 405 Blaize Ave, Bay St. Louis MS
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      It's Back! The next STORY SLAM, Sunday, Jan 14, 5 - 7p

      Story SLAM at The Arts is a live storytelling "Open Mic" type event in the vein of poetry slams and was originally organized by The Moth, a non-profit literary society from New York City, since 2001. Storytellers (slammers) have 5 minutes each to tell a story, based on a theme chosen for the event. January's theme is"I could have died!"  

      1. For Story Slammers, your story must be about YOU!

      2. Stories must be told, not read in five minutes (No note cards)

      3. Again, the theme for January is......."I could have died!"

      4. We will limit each SLAM to ten storytellers. 

      5. Register only if you want to tell a story. Listeners/audience members do not need to register.

      6. BYOB and snacks

      (note to parents: some stories may contain adult content)

      While our event is not affiliated with nor endorsed by THE MOTH, we are their idea for our own fun. And we do have fun. Who knows? Maybe we will eventually host a live MOTH broadcast! 

      All slammers will have a chance at our FABULOUS door prizes to be given away!

      • 17 Feb 2024
      • 18 Feb 2024
      • 2 sessions
      • 405 Blaize Ave, Bay St. Louis MS
      • 5

      Two-day WATERCOLOR Workshop with Kathy Bensabat

      Watercolor class- learn the fundamentals of watercolors. Beginners to experienced students welcome. Learn the basics of watercolor painting and beyond. Experience the beauty of the medium. 

      Appropriate for ages 15 and up.

      NOTE: $50 supply fee payable to Kathy Bensabat on day of class.

      February 17 & 18

      What you need to bring with you to the two sessions: pencils, eraser.

      About your instructor: 

      Katherine S. Bensabat:
      Louisiana State University 
      Bachelor of Fine Arts with a concentration in painting and drawing 
      Graduated 2007
      Florida State University 
      Bachelor of Science in Business 
      Graduated 1980
      Workshops in portraits, watercolors and oils 

      Teaching experience:

      16 years of teaching 
      Louisiana State University leisure courses 
      Casselberry Art House 
      Watercolor classes
      Casselberry Florida 
      Armbruster Studio and Gallery Covington Louisiana 
      Watercolor and oil classes ( past 5 years)
      Private lessons 

      • 13 Apr 2024
      • 10:00 AM
      • 14 Apr 2024
      • 5:00 PM
      • BSL Community Hall, The Depot Arts District, Bay St. Louis, MS
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      Makerspace at ARTS ALIVE 2024

      We will again feature a MakerSpace area with artists and non-profit organizations from across the region offering demonstrations to the community. Selected artists and non-profits are invited to participate free of charge. 

      MakerSpace does not require a registration fee or membership fee. (Please consider supporting The Arts, Hancock County by becoming a member. You may join at

      MakerSpace is a creative experience where learning takes place through hands-on activities and/or demonstrations. Participants have the opportunity to be creative and apply learning strategies to develop their own ideas, methods, and products. All we ask is that each demonstration engage the community in projects using simple hands-on learning experiences suitable for all ages. Every demonstrator and/or organization must offer some type of activity for kids or adults.

      We have three time slots for you to choose from or you may take all three. It's up to you and if space allows.

      Please email us and let us know what time you prefer:

      10a -12p noon     -      12:30-2:30p      -       3-5p

      PLEASE REGISTER YOUR INTEREST HERE. One of our MakerSpace Coordinators will contact you to schedule your location, time and complete your registration.

      #ArtsAliveBSL will be located in the Depot Arts District and MakerSpace will occupy the BIG HALL in Bay St. Louis Community Center located on Blaize Avenue.

      NOTE: MAKERSPACE is an “art happening” and not an art sale.  

      You may sign up students for your classes by demonstrating what they may learn, distribute business cards, have a drawing - there is a wide range of opportunities for you to promote your business or organization.

      • 13 Apr 2024
      • 10:00 AM
      • 14 Apr 2024
      • 5:00 PM
      • The Depot Arts District, Bay St. Louis, MS
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      It takes a lot of volunteers to make ARTS ALIVE happen.

      We invite you to be an Arts Coterie.

      Below are some of the areas where we need you. Please decide if you would like to volunteer in a specific area and we will contact you with your schedule. You may also email us with ANY QUESTIONS at

      Choose any time frame you like, from two hours to two days!

      ·        MakerSpace

      ·        Vendor Area

      ·        Food Truck Area

      ·        Artist Check-in

      ·        Messenger Needs

      ·        Children's Art Show

      ·        Culinary Competition

      ·        Grounds (erect signage, manage electrical)

      ·        Any

      Upon signup, you will be contacted for your assignment, and receive a check-in time and place.

      • 13 Apr 2024
      • 10:00 AM
      • 14 Apr 2024
      • 5:00 PM
      • The Depot Arts District in Bay St. Louis
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      Arts Alive 2024 is an innovative art festival, where music, visual art, culinary art and theater mix it up for an unforgettable experience. All set in the historic coastal community of Bay St. Louis, Mississippi. Dozens of artists will show work and/or demonstrate technique and share their creative process with customers at locations across The Depot Arts District.

      Including the newly installed grounds & facilities in front of THE DEPOT and Community Hall on Blaize Avenue. The Arts, Hancock County's gallery will also be open during the festival. Please note that the festival does not include access to the Depot building.


      #ArtsAliveBSL Refund/ Cancellation Policy:

      In the event of circumstances beyond the control of The Arts, Hancock County (War, natural disaster, threatening weather, public health emergency or other acts of God) which force the cancellation of #ArtsAliveBSL, the following refund policy will be in effect.

      If The Arts, Hancock County is forced to cancel #ArtsAliveBSL, artists will receive a 50% refund of registration fee.                                                 

      If an artists cancels for any reason, the following refund policies apply: 

      ·        An artist cancellation by March 13, 2024 will receive a 50% refund.

      ·        An artist cancellation after March 13, 2024, will not receive a refund.

      This is a rain or shine event.  If the possibility of rain is predicted 48 hours prior to the start of the festival, the board of The Arts, Hancock County will make a determination about relocation of festival activities indoors.

      Artists are responsible for providing their own set-up, including tents, displays, tables, and chairs

      Thank you for participating in the 2024 Arts Alive BSL Artist Festival. The following is important information regarding your role in the Arts Alive festival.

      1. Artist check-in is in the Community Hall meeting rooms (west end of Hall by parking lot). Check-in is from 7:30am until 9:45am on the day of the festival. At this time, you will also pick up your Welcome Packet, which will include information about the location and set up of your booth.

      2. Artist booths will be located in the park at the east end of the Community Hall and in the park in front of the Depot.

      3. Booth set-up time is immediately following check-in (7:30am-9:45am). Booths must be ready to open to the public at 10:00am. The festival hours are 10:00-5:00pm. Artists are not to begin teardown until the end of the Festival at 5:pm.

      4. Parking in The Depot Arts District is limited. It is recommended that artists unload their vehicles near their assigned booth space. After you unload, please park in the lot at the corner of Sycamore Street and Blaize Avenue.

      5. Artists are responsible for all sales and transactions. Artists are to bring their own money, cash box, change, credit card reader, receipt book, and anything else needed to process customer transactions.

      6. Artists are responsible for collecting 7% Mississippi Sales tax on all customer purchases. Completed Sales Tax forms and a check/cash for collected taxes must be in a the Check-in Room in the Community Hall no later than 6:00pm. The Arts, Hancock County is responsible for submitting all sales tax to the Mississippi Department of Revenue.

      7. All artist tents must be adequately secured against high winds. Serious damage and injury have occurred from unsecured tents in previous years. The Arts, Hancock County reserves the right to have a tent taken down if it isn't properly secured.

      8. Artists are responsible for their own signage, bags, and packing materials.

      9. This is a rain or shine event. If the possibility of rain is predicted 48 hours prior to the start of the festival, the board of The Arts, Hancock County will decide about moving the festival activities indoors.


      To register for this event, YOU DO NOT HAVE TO be a member of The Arts, Hancock County; HOWEVER, there is a discount for members. We encourage you to visit, for up to date information about all we do and opportunities. 

      • 13 Apr 2024
      • 10:00 AM
      • 14 Apr 2024
      • 5:00 PM
      • Bay St. Louis Depot Arts District

      Support the Arts and Great Thing Happen

      “Art gives us meaning and helps us understand our world. Scientific studies have proven that art appreciation improves our quality of life and makes us feel good. When we create art, we elevate our mood, we improve our ability to problem solve, and open our minds to new ideas.”

      Arts Alive is an outstanding opportunity for you and your business to be seen making a positive impact on our Gulf Coast community. 

      As the premier art event of the area, Arts Alive historically draws thousands of patrons. With this year’s event expanding to a second full day, the impact you make will only increase.

      Levels of sponsorship range from as low as $250, and go up to $10,000. You choose what makes sense for you and your business or organization. These levels are broken down in the box on the left of this page.

      Arts Alive promotes, enhances and supports the arts in Hancock County.As a non-profit corporation that is inclusive of all artists: visual artists, performing artists, writers, artisans and art supporters, we support art education in the schools and for the general public and work to foster a deeper appreciation of all the diverse forms of art within the community.

      ·        We believe artists and art supporters have the power to inspire social change.

      ·        We pledge to be committed and accountable to creating a path and welcoming everyone interested in the Arts while acknowledging their individual knowledge and experiences.

      ·        We strive to support creativity and continual learning.

      ·        We realize the under-served can experience disparities in terms of access to publicly funded services including arts and culture. We work to break down barriers so there is equal access to the arts.

      To be a sponsor and/or learn more, please contact us

      Email hancockarts@gmail.comCall 228-342-4521 Or

      Come By The Arts, Hancock County at 405 Blaze Avenue Bay St. Louis, MS 39520

      Without the support of our patrons and businesses, we would not be able to provide this amazing experience for our artists and our community. The Arts, Hancock County is grateful for all your support whether monetary or In-Kind donations.  

      • 13 Apr 2024
      • 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
      • The Depot Arts District, Bay St. Louis, MS
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      Culinary Art Competition

      We’re thrilled to feature a Culinary Art Competition for non-professional chefs to showcase their dessert-making skills. 

      Cash prizes will be awarded for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place entries ($150, $100 & $50).

      Specialty desserts may be submitted on April 13th, from noon until 2p in the kitchen of the Community Hall. Dessert specialties must be set up for sampling by 2p.

      Please prepare enough desserts for at least 30-50 people

      Tasting cups and eating utensils, for sampling, will be provided by The Arts.

      Judging will be conducted by pre-printed ballots completed by the public. The competition does not require a registration fee.  

      The competition will be held inside the Bay St. Louis Community Hall located at 301 Blaize Avenue.

      On the registration form, chefs must include the name of their dessert and a total list of ingredients used to create the dessert.


      Thanks you.

      Please consider supporting The Arts, Hancock County by becoming a member, where you may experience opportunities to participate in programs, events, workshops, and classes.

      You may become a member by going to and clicking on the join-us button.

      • 6 May 2024
      • 9:00 AM
      • 10 May 2024
      • 4:00 PM
      • 405 Blaize Ave, Bay St. Louis MS
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      Description of the workshop
      This class will explore as many different aspects of constructing the collage as possible with paint acting as the integrating element.  By using water based paint over and under the constructed collages, students will learn not only how to build their collages, but also how to paint both supportively and expressively.  By understanding how the different media work together, each student will be able to understand what process works best in finding his/her own creative voice.  We will cover transfers, gluing techniques, compatibility of media, and different ways of working with water based paints.  Materials will include but not be limited to: paint, photographs, found objects, organic material, and drywall mud.

      Appropriate for ages 16 thru adults

      Workshop Fee Members: $950
      Workshop Fee Non-Members: $995
      $20 supply fee INCLUDED IN ABOVE FEES INCLUDES: Gesso, drywall compound, contact paper, presentation paper, parchment paper and sandpaper for each student. 




      ·     Cadmium Yellow (Light or medium)
      ·      Cadmium Red (deep)
      ·      Alizarin Crimson
      ·      Ultramarine Blue
      ·      Cerulean Blue
      ·      Thalo Green or Viridian
      ·      Yellow Ochre
      ·      Burnt Umber or Raw Umber
      ·      Titanium or Zinc white, or a combination of the two
      ·      Naples Yellow
      ·      Paynes Gray

      (Really, just bring enough colors so that you have lots of choices; this is a basic list if you don’t already have paints)

      (personally, I like the liquid paints rather than the tube paints)


      5-10 artists’ brushes, from very large to very small, including any soft watercolor or
      Japanese brushes
      1” house paint brush
      1”, 3” & 4” house paint brush
      (the house paint brushes should be inexpensive NATURAL bristle brushes found in hardware stores-most commonly made in china and not costing over $2.00 per brush - the more brushes the better on these) 
      Foam brushes, different sizes, small to large (JEN foam brushes are the best. The ones with the plastic T going into the foam part fall apart quickly)
      Again, bring whatever brushes you have


      • Scissors or x-acto knife, whichever you prefer to cut with.
      • Disposable latex gloves
      • Plastic credit cards (no longer in use)
      • Water containers and spray bottles

        A Laptop is recommended if you can bring.

        Thumb or flash drive with any photographic information you would like to print out


        One or more of the following sizes you feel comfortable working with and transporting:

        Plywood, Masonite(or hardboard), MDF board, or any hardwood panels(I recommend Panels for their durability and good adhesion qualities)

        Paper (100lb or heavier)

        Canvas panels boards are okay but not great.  Tend to weaken under abuse

        Any rigid surface but NO mat board or foam core


        polymer medium (gloss or matte), AKA gloss or matte medium or gel medium although not as good as the more liquid polymer mediums


        Photographs, color or black and white

        Prints from your inkjet or laser printer

        Colors from laser prints are not permanent, but work best for some transfers. Copies from Kinko’s type places work well) or using your own laser Printer

        Images from magazines or newspapers

        Any photographic information of any kind that you want to bring in-if it’s important make a copy (or several) so you won’t lose the original. 20lb copy paper-the regular stuff-works well.

        Anything that you would like to work with that you think you can adhere to a surface. If you have an inkling of wanting to use something, then bring it.

        Any drawings, prints, paintings of your own that you would like to incorporate into your image

        For the most part we aren’t concerned with the quality of your photo, but rather with your ability to cut it or transfer it and use it in your image


        • Scrapers
        • Putty knives
        • Sponges

        Your Instructor is renowned artist Holly Roberts. 

         Read about Holly Roberts HERE.

        • 21 Dec 2024
        • 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
        • 405 Blaize Ave to Beach Picnic Area at End of Washington Avenue, Bay St. Louis, MS
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        Bring your lanterns - homemade or purchased, battery powered only- to this fun playful meetup as we light up the LONGEST NIGHT of the year on December 21- the Winter Solstice. .

        On Dec. 21, at 6pm, we will meet at The ARTS at 405 Blaize Avenue, light up our lanterns and have  our second annual HANDMADE PARADE over to Washington, then down to the picnic area at the end of Washington Avenue in Bay St. Louis. 

        Parade with us along the beach then sit by the bonfire and sing familiar tunes, or just enjoy the night. Or, meet us at the bonfire!

        What to bring:

        1. Any type Lantern (battery-operated only, prefer handmade)
        2. Folding chair or blanket (drop off at the beach area prior to parade)
        3. Beverage of your choice
        4. Snack to share if you like

        This is a family-friendly event. No dogs please! Friends are always welcome!

        We are having lantern-making workshops - for kids and adults.

        Registration is required for parade participation as we need to let city know our number  of walkers. 

        "Civic play connects people to place."

      Past events

      2 Dec 2023 Make a Willow & Paper Parade Lantern for the HANDMADE PARADE
      2 Dec 2023 Walk in the Woods 2023
      1 Dec 2023 Holiday De-stressing with Neurographic Drawing
      18 Nov 2023 BOOK ARTS: Altered Book Workshop, with Anne Neeb
      11 Nov 2023 Stennis SPACE Day HOT SPOT - 2nd Saturday ART WALK - OPEN GALLERY
      11 Nov 2023 Art Without Walls Art Market - Stennis SPACE Day - Nov 11
      8 Nov 2023 OPEN Membership Meeting & Members Gallery Reception - NOVEMBER
      7 Nov 2023 STORYTELLING: The Art of Crafting & Telling a Great Story
      25 Oct 2023 Glitter Shells & Throws Workshop: with Yuki Northington
      20 Oct 2023 Watercolor Workshop, with Kathy Bensabat
      14 Oct 2023 Art Without Walls - AWOW Art Market - October 14
      14 Oct 2023 Plein Air BAY ST. LOUIS, with Jerrod Partridge
      11 Oct 2023 October - Membership Meeting & OPENING NIGHT for the Members Gallery
      1 Oct 2023 OPEN SUBMISSION - The Arts, Hancock County, 2023 Juried Art Exhibition
      1 Oct 2023 BOOK ARTS: Japanese Stab Binding, with Anne Neeb
      27 Sep 2023 Glitter Shells & Throws Workshop: with Yuki Northington
      13 Sep 2023 Membership Meeting September: PEACE theme & Gina's Craft Supplies
      10 Sep 2023 STORY SLAM (After "The Moth"): The Art of Story-Telling, with door prizes!!
      9 Sep 2023 pARTy Bus to Mobile, History & Art Immersion
      24 Aug 2023 How to Tell a Story: Story-telling workshop with Honey Parker & Emma Connolly
      23 Aug 2023 Nereids' Glitter Shells, Throws Workshop: with Yuki Northington
      9 Aug 2023 Membership Meeting August: LOCAL OPPORTUNITIES TO SELL YOUR ART! & Peter Anderson Festival info!
      22 Jul 2023 Exploring Watercolor, with Kathy Bensabat
      17 Jul 2023 FOR KIDS: ArtVentures Day Camp, Session 2 - July 17, 18 & 19
      15 Jul 2023 For Kids! Learn Impressionism: Egret Acrylic, with Samantha Hallenus
      14 Jul 2023 Poetry of Place, Public Discussion with Mississippi's Poet Laureate Catherine Pierce
      14 Jul 2023 Adult Creative Writing/Poetry Workshop with Dr. Katie Pierce, Mississippi's Poet Laureate
      9 Jul 2023 Intro to Screen Monotype Printing, workshop with Richard Stowe
      1 Jul 2023 Intro to Screen Monotype Printing, workshop with Richard Stowe
      26 Jun 2023 FOR KIDS: ArtVentures Day Camp - Session 1, June 26, 27 & 28
      25 Jun 2023 STORY SLAM (After "The Moth"): 5 minute stories, with door prizes!!
      21 Jun 2023 Summer Solstice Drumming Circle, with Firepit
      17 Jun 2023 Make Your Own Box Drum, with Michelle Allee
      14 Jun 2023 Membership Meeting June: Liz Schaffer on "Hurricane Preparedness for Artists" (and anyone)
      10 Jun 2023 Art Without Walls Pop-up Art Market - June 2023
      2 Jun 2023 Beginning Acrylics Workshop, with Mary Ann Mays
      28 May 2023 Jellies & Java: Illuminated Jellyfish Lanterns, with Holly Garvin
      26 May 2023 PRIVATE CLASS: NASH group
      25 May 2023 Drawing with a Live Model -Drop-in group (Call Instructor to register)
      19 May 2023 Jellies & Juleps: Illuminated Jellyfish Lanterns, with Holly Garvin
      15 May 2023 CALL FOR ENTRIES: The Poetry of Place
      13 May 2023 FOR KIDS: SCOTT ALBERT JOHNSON teaches Beginning Harmonica
      13 May 2023 Art Without Walls Pop-up Art Market - May 2023
      10 May 2023 Membership Meeting MAY, Maurice Singleton is Speaker
      6 May 2023 Under the Flower Moon 2023: Night Art Installations
      6 May 2023 Exploring Watercolor, with Kathy Bensabat
      29 Apr 2023 For Kids: Theatre & Improv Fun
      29 Apr 2023 Writing Your Life Creatively, with Ellen Prewitt & Deborah Tainsh
      27 Apr 2023 Introduction to Hand-building Clay: series, with Peggy Inabinet
      27 Apr 2023 Members Gallery Artists Registration - June
      24 Apr 2023 Circular Weaving Workshop for Adults, with Cecelia Hopes
      22 Apr 2023 INTRODUCTION TO LIFE DRAWING, with Sandra Epton
      15 Apr 2023 #ArtsAliveBSL Culinary Dessert Competition 2023
      15 Apr 2023 #Arts Alive BSL 2023 Sponsorships
      15 Apr 2023 #ArtsAliveBSL MAKERSPACE 2023
      15 Apr 2023 #ArtsAliveBSL Artist (Vendor) Registration 2023
      15 Apr 2023 ARTS ALIVE! 2023 VOLUNTEER SIGNUP
      13 Apr 2023 Members Gallery Artists Registration - May
      12 Apr 2023 Membership Meeting APRIL: Members' Gallery Opening; Social Media; Arts Alive!
      4 Apr 2023 Painting with Ellen Langford: Building the Story
      1 Apr 2023 Creativity Workshop: Nature as Muse, with James Inabinet, PhD
      30 Mar 2023 Drawing with a Live Model -Drop-in group (Call Instructor to register)
      26 Mar 2023 Introduction to Encaustics: Creating Within the Wax, with Shannon Mello & Holly Garvin
      25 Mar 2023 Stella Yelling Contest, Stella Stroll & Movie Night!!
      18 Mar 2023 Exploring Watercolor, with Kathy Bensabat
      16 Mar 2023 Drawing with a Live Model -Drop-in group (Call Instructor to register)
      11 Mar 2023 The Art of Astrology: Create Your Natal Chart
      11 Mar 2023 Create a Personal Shrine, with Paulette Dove
      8 Mar 2023 Membership Meeting March: MEMBERS GALLERY & Kathe Calhoun Retrospective Focus
      8 Mar 2023 Members Gallery Registration Window - April
      3 Mar 2023 Working With Pastels, with Janet Densmore
      2 Mar 2023 Drawing with a Live Model -Drop-in group
      25 Feb 2023 A Morning with Auseklis Ozols: St. Rose de Lima
      11 Feb 2023 Weaving Workshop for Adults, with Cecelia Hopes
      8 Feb 2023 Membership Meeting February: Speaker is Leo Green
      4 Feb 2023 Black Art Invitational Reception
      27 Jan 2023 Honoring the Life of Jerry Dixon: Silent Auction of Dixon's Personal Art Collection
      21 Jan 2023 INTRODUCTION TO LIFE DRAWING, with Sandra Epton
      14 Jan 2023 Kids' Weaving Workshop, with Cecelia Hopes
      13 Jan 2023 Mardi Gras Costume Sale - Carter Church's Costumes & More!
      1 Jan 2023 Black Art Invitational CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS
      21 Dec 2022 HANDMADE PARADE Winter Solstice Paper Lanterns & Bonfire
      17 Dec 2022 Juried Art Exhibition Awards - Holiday Membership & Guests Party
      15 Dec 2022 Make & Take a Gourd Santa with Holly Coia
      13 Dec 2022 Make a Willow & Paper Parade Lantern REDUX
      12 Dec 2022 Adult Ballet Series, with Michele Ball (December)
      10 Dec 2022 Make a Willow & Paper Parade Lantern - SEE ANOTHER CLASS HERE
      10 Dec 2022 Art Without Walls Pop-up Art Market - December
      10 Dec 2022 Kids Workshop: Make an Angel Parade Lantern
      10 Dec 2022 Parents & Children OPEN HOUSE for kids' class info
      3 Dec 2022 Walk in the Woods 2022
      3 Dec 2022 Weaving With Natural Materials: Twigs, Leaves & Vines with Donna Erlach
      19 Nov 2022 FIBER FEST 2022: Vendors & Demonstrations Registration
      12 Nov 2022 Art Without Walls Pop-up Art Market - November
      9 Nov 2022 Membership Meeting November, Speaker is Paulette Dove
      9 Nov 2022 20th Anniversary Logo Design CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS
      8 Nov 2022 Making an Effigy Rattle, with James Inabinet, PhD
      8 Nov 2022 Adult Ballet Series, with Michele Ball (November)
      5 Nov 2022 Studio Tours: Kat Fitzpatrick, Kerr Grabowski & Ann Madden
      5 Nov 2022 Weaving With Natural Materials: Twigs, Leaves & Vines with Donna Erlach
      2 Nov 2022 The Art of Fine Jewelry, with Connie Boyd
      22 Oct 2022 Artistic Headdress Assemblage Workshop
      22 Oct 2022 Divining a Totemic Animal Guide, with James Inabinet, PhD
      13 Oct 2022 Six Week Basic Drawing Workshop with Holly Coia
      12 Oct 2022 Membership Meeting October - Costume Swap & Parade Possibilities!
      8 Oct 2022 Spontaneous Screen Printing with Kerr Grabowski
      8 Oct 2022 Art Without Walls Pop-up Art Market - October
      1 Oct 2022 Introduction to Batiks with Suzanne Findiesen
      1 Oct 2022 Make & Take a Gourd Witch with Holly Coia
      10 Sep 2022 The Art of the Cocktail: MIXOLOGIST REGISTRATION
      10 Sep 2022 Membership Meeting September Social
      10 Sep 2022 Introduction to Drawing with Graphite Pencils, & Collaboration with Cabi on the Coast
      10 Sep 2022 Art Without Walls Pop-up Art Market - September
      9 Sep 2022 "Funky Fish" SIP & PAINT, collaborative event with Cabi on the Coast
      24 Aug 2022 Grant Workshop with Mississippi Arts Commission
      16 Aug 2022 The Art of Dreaming: Working with Symbols & Images
      13 Aug 2022 Introduction to Drawing: Graphite Pencils, with Rosie Dumoulin
      10 Aug 2022 Membership Meeting & OPEN HOUSE
      9 Aug 2022 Let's Get Hooked: Intro to the Art of Crochet, with Anne Neeb
      21 May 2022 #ArtsAliveBSL Artist Information
      7 May 2022 Under the New Flower Moon 2022
      15 Apr 2022 #ArtsAliveBSL Culinary Dessert Competition
      15 Apr 2022 ArtsAliveBSL 2022 Artist Registration TBA
      5 Jun 2021 Wall to Wall Volunteer Sign up
      5 Jun 2021 Wall to Wall Mural Artist
      5 Jun 2021 Wall to Wall Business Registration
      5 Jun 2021 Wall to Wall 2021 Artist Hive
      29 May 2021 Mardi Gras in May
      29 Apr 2021 Fiber Collective Volunteer Sign up
      5 Jun 2020 Strawberry Moon - Art on the Beach
      2 May 2020 Under the Flower Moon 2020
      21 Mar 2020 Arts Alive! 2020 Business Hotspot /Sponsor
      20 Mar 2020 Arts Alive! 2020 Volunteer Signup
      7 Dec 2019 The Arts, Hancock County 2019 Juried Exhibition
      23 Oct 2019 General Membership Meeting - Tips & Tricks of Award-Winning Exhibitionists
      25 Sep 2019 General Membership Meeting - Social Media for Showcasing Your Art!
      31 Jul 2019 The Art of the Cocktail - Drink Maker's Registration
      18 May 2019 Under the Flower Moon
      23 Mar 2019 Arts Alive! 2019 Short Film Showcase
      23 Mar 2019 Arts Alive! Showcase Host Business 2019
      23 Mar 2019 Arts Alive! 2019 Artist & Artisan Showcase
      22 Mar 2019 Arts Alive! 2019 Volunteer Signup
      17 Oct 2018 The Arts Hancock County Juried Exhibition
      1 Aug 2018 Art of the Cocktail
      24 Mar 2018 Arts Alive! Short Film Showcase
      24 Mar 2018 Arts Alive! Showcase Host Business
      24 Mar 2018 Arts Alive! 2018 Culinary Artisan Showcase
      24 Mar 2018 Arts Alive! 2018 Volunteers
      24 Mar 2018 Arts Alive! 2018 Artist & Artisan Showcase
      23 Mar 2018 Arts Alive! 2018 Juried Exhibit
      21 Feb 2018 The Arts, Hancock Co. Potluck Meeting


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