Digital and In-Particular person Alternatives for the Second Saturday Artwork & Cultural Stroll | Sedona.Biz
By Annabel V Sclippa
Poplar AZ ((September 2, 2020) – It was a crazy COVID-19 time in art land and especially here in Old Town Cottonwood. In August some places were closed or moved away, but also one of our galleries, The Muse, with the Readers Choice Best Gallery Award.
It seems that now, more than ever, the time has come to bring more art, music, joy and a sense of community into our lives – even when we are physically distant.
So we welcome you on September 12th for the second art and culture walk on Saturday!
Hart from AZ Art Gallery will introduce Scott Jeffers “Traveler”. Jeffers is an American composer, singer, violinist, and multi-instrumentalist based in Phoenix, Arizona. He writes, records and plays world music (Celtic music, Middle Eastern music, Asian music) that is fused with rock. The music starts at 6 p.m. and lasts until 8 p.m.
The Hart of AZ Art Gallery is located at 1017 N Main St, Cottonwood, AZ 86326. Go to for entertainment, meet local artists, and enjoy amazing art!
The Muse Gallery is offering a FB Live Virtual Studio Showcase from 3 p.m. with moderator Elizabeth Gerstner. Gerstner is known for her graceful ceramic goddesses, mosaic tiles, wings and other beautiful and imaginative things. She will host FB LIVE in the gallery with The Kiln Studio, along with Ann Metlay, an experimental ceramicist.
The segment will also include other artists from the Muse Gallery, who have since expanded into working studio spaces and also teach courses at The Muse. Candi Anderson offers her drawing, painting, and rock star cactus classes. Joan Bourque shows her pictures, the fully illustrated book Dream of Dolphins Dancing and Mandala courses. Loretta Meyer-Furrey offers her painted glasses, bottles and barrels as well as a selection of glass and canvas paintings. Head over to their FB page at 3:00 PM: @OTCMuseGallery, sit back and enjoy the show! FB Live Studio Showcases take place every Saturday at 3 p.m. and last between 10 and 40 minutes.
The Muse Gallery courses (virtual and limited in person) can be found at www.the-muse-gallery.com/events and are otherwise open by appointment at +1 (928) 634-0003. A limited selection of their items can be purchased online from their Etsy shop: https://www.etsy.com/shop/MuseGalleryArtShop.
To learn more about the Art & Cultural Walk on the second Saturday and to stay up to date with the upcoming events, visit https://www.facebook.com/oldtowncottonwoodsecondsaturday. Or call The Muse Gallery +1 (928) 634-0003.
For more Old Town Cottonwood events, visit the Cottonwood Old Town Association website: https://oldtown.org/.