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October 25, 2019
All Day
Time Details:
Friday, October 25 2:00pm - Wet Your Pallette: Aloha with Eva Makk 6:30pm - Wet Your Pallette: Aloha with A.B. Makk 7:30, 8:00, 8:30pm - “Down a Dark Hallway” Flashlight Tours Saturday, October 26 10:00am-5:00pm - Youth Art Activities throughout Museum 12:00pm - Pallette Knife Demonstration with A.B. Makk 1:30pm Wet Your Pallette: Aloha with Eva Makk 2:00-6:00pm - Hula dancing demonstrations, instruction, and Hawaiian culture with ‘Ohana Halau Hula 4:00-6:00pm - The Makk Family: A Vision of Life Reception with: -4:00-5:00pm - Eva & A.B. Makk Show & Sale -Cash Bar 6:00-7:00pm - Members Only - Makk Talk 7:30, 8:00, 8:30pm - “Down a Dark Hallway” Flashlight Tours Food Guests -10:00am-2:00pm Mo’s Hut Food Truck -4:00-7:00pm Noble House Hawaiian Food Truck
Coutts Museum of Art
110 N. Main St.
El Dorado, KS 67042
Admission/Activities free. Paint classes $35/$40, Flashlight Tours $15
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Festival of Arts: Aloha

Friday, October 25, 2019

Workshops, tours, and activities over the weekend with special guest artists from Hawaii! Eva and A.B. Makk, will lead three ticketed guided painting classes (21+;BYOB). Each night, the staff will lead ticketed guests through the Coutts on a flashlight tour highlighting the darker history of the Museum. On Saturday, youth art activities will fill the Museum, A.B. will demonstrate impasto, a painting technique using a palette knife rather than a brush, in the lobby: hula dancing, hula instruction, and educational pieces on Hawaiian culture. Hawaiian food trucks for lunch and dinner. 4-6pm, Saturday, October 26, a public reception will be held. Call us today at 316.321.1212 to register for paint classes and flashlight tours! Space is limited! This event is sponsored by: The Commerce Trust Company, Vintage Bank, and Steven & Susan Worrell. This event is also in partnership with: KMUW and ‘Ohana Halau Hula.