Art Walk April 20

Thu Apr 5, 2018 at 04:50 PM

Colby Community College art instructor Rebel Mahieu and her students will host the annual Spring Art Walk on Friday, April 20, from 5 to 8:30 p.m. along Franklin Avenue in downtown Colby. This is the eighth year for the event.

Art and activities will span 16 locations, with many pieces available for purchase. The show will feature works by professional artists, as well as student creations from CCC and area K-12 public and private schools.

K-12 art will be displayed at McCarty Dairy. CCC student art will be on display in Colby Furniture.

Additional highlights include:

CCC freshman August Hutfles demonstrating how to throw clay pots on a ceramic wheel outside of Horlacher Jewelers.

An opportunity to purchase and glaze pottery at Movement Connection. Artist Lissa Sexson will fire the piece and return it to the buyer at a later date.

Raku firing by the CCC ceramics class led by Jeanie Cox.

Three food vendors. The Trinity Youth Group is offering a beef stew meal near BankWest. The Colby Area Democratic Party will provide soups for a free-will donation. 420 North Company will have a barbecue meal.

Singing by cast members in the spring musical “Sister Act,” along with other musical talent on the sidewalks.

Face painting inside Sunflower Bank.

At 8 p.m. Moonlight Gardens, located at 1837 Co. Rd. V, will host “Tulips and Tequila” to showcase their new glow-in-the-dark products.

“There will be all kinds of interesting talent to see, and we still have room for more if somebody has something they want to share,” Mahieu said.

There is no charge to attend. For more information or to volunteer, contact Mahieu at (785) 460-5459.