WALDOBORO — The BugTussle Annex, in Waldoboro’s Historic Village District, will host Musings on the Creative Spectacle: An open discussion, Saturday, Feb. 1, from 2 - 4 p.m.
The group will explore three major themes: the nature of art, the process of making art, and the role of the viewer. Artists, writers, musicians, actors, and anyone involved in the arts, or who has an interest in the arts, are invited to attend and join in the discussion.
The setting will be informal and interactive. Following opening remarks on the three major themes, attendees will be invited to participate in what is expected to be a lively exchange of personal experiences in making art and meditations on art viewing.
This event will be the last opportunity to view the current gallery show, “Unpainted to the Last: Art Works Inspired by Herman Melville’s 200th.”
Many of the artists whose work is represented in that show will attend this public event, according to BugTussle, in a news release.
All are invited to attend, and light refreshments will be served.
The BugTussle Annex, located at 251 Jefferson Street, third floor, in Waldoboro’s Historic Village District.
For additional information, contact: (207) 549-5450 or (207) 790-2155