Bunnell Street Arts Center's mission is to nurture and support
innovative art of exceptional quality in all media.
Please consider renewing your membership this year and ask your friends and neighbors to join in the fun as well!
The Annual Plate Project preview is now open at Bunnell Street Arts Center and online. The reception is Saturday, May 21 at 4pm. The sooner you renew your membership the sooner you can pick a plate!
You can now purchase plates at the $250 membership level and higher until 4pm May 21st.
At 4pm on May 21st and anytime after you can purchase plates at the $100 membership level and higher.
Dinner in the Street • Tuf & Fancy
Sunday May 29, 2016
Outdoor dinner in the street with live entertainment and silent art auction at Bunnell Street Arts Center.
A delicious dinner sponsored by Maura’s Cafe and neighborhood restaurants featuring fresh local food, a unique handprinted souvenir napkin and beautiful handmade soup bowls by local potters.
(Ticket includes dinner and handprinted napkin or keep your handmade soup bowl for an additional $35)
Peonies on Pioneer
Starting in June, we will embellish Pioneer Ave in Homer with peonies at willing private businesses, public and non-profit spaces. To do this, Bunnell presents artist in residence, muralist Kady Perry from New Orleans in June. Kady will facilitate mural workshops which will generate murals at a couple prominent Pioneer Avenue properties to jump start enthusiasm for the project, and provide inspiration for other businesses to participate in Pioneer Avenue revitalization. Perry will lead a team of many local volunteers to create these murals. Meanwhile, Peony pioneer, Rita Jo Shoultz is sourcing hundreds of peony tubers to plant along Pioneer Avenue. We need volunteers to dig tubers from local fields and help plant them along Pioneer Avenue.
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