Art For the Ages June
RVCF Art for the Ages 2023
Learn about art!
Talk about art!
Take your art home!
On June 16, 2022, Ra-Ve Cultural Foundation will hold our annual Arts for the Ages event with celebrated local artist and gallery owner, Kinya Christian. This FREE event is focused on people over 60, but all ages are welcome––and it includes a vegetarian lunch! The event is FREE but registration is required. To register, go to https://www.flipcause.com/secure/cause_pdetails/MTgyODI0 . Bus transportation by Ozark Regional Transport is available. Starting at 10 AM, Kinya will facilitate a session on the basics of painting, providing a brief introduction and suggesting guidelines to create your own picture. There will be plenty of time to work on your masterpiece to take home, and Kinya will spend time individually with each participant to guide us on our art journey.
This is a FREE event.
A vegetarian lunch will be provided.
Paints, brushes, and canvas are included.
June 16, 2023, from 10 AM to 2 PM.
Kalaloka Institute of Fine Arts ,1380 SW Westpark Drive, Ste #2, Bentonville, AR 72712
To register, go to https://www.flipcause.com/secure/cause_pdetails/MTgyODI0
RVCF has arranged with Ozark Regional Transport to provide FREE limited bus routes to and from the venue. This special shuttle will stop at Sullivan Square Apartments, I Street Modern Apartments, Links at Rainbow Curve Apartments, Village on the Park Bentonville, Watercolors of Centerton Apartments, The Pointe Bentonville. and Harbin Pointe.
Contact Ozark Regional Transport at www.ozark.org or (479) 756 5901 for details.
Care providers can also drop their seniors off on the bus, get them settled, return home, then come back on the bus later to pick them up.
About Kinya Christian
Kinya is the owner and operator of Into+View Art Gallery and Studios in the heart of downtown Rogers, Arkansas. She started her art career in 1998, working for a yearbook publishing company in Kansas City, Missouri. Over the course of twenty years, Christian has worked for everything from a commercial offset printing company to a full-service advertising and marketing agency as art director. She has guided creative and production for magazines, television, stage design, and branding campaigns. Her branding work and fine art have been seen all over the country, in both public installations and private collections. Kinya is a MidAmerica Arts Alliance Artist360 grant recipient, and a 2022 Dr. Margaret Sirman Clark Leading With Excellence Award from the Black Action Collective.
Kinya can be reached at:
Instagram: @KinyaChristian @IntoViewGallery