“Common Threads” Explores Color, Style And Texture At GalleRE. Behind The Scenes At Resource Depot: YOUR Resource For Materials, Classes And More Than You Can Begin To Imagine!
The Resource Depot and the Conniston Middle School art department invite the public to “Common Threads”. Displayed at Resource Depot’s GalleRE, this art exhibition represents unity and diversity through different colors, styles, and textures of fabric that were found in Resource Depot donations. There will be a Special Workshop Open to the Public on February 11th to create Fabric Portraits. This is just one phenomenal place to explore for yourself, your students, and organizations! The Rickie Report shares the details about Resource Depot, one of our Community Partners.
2510 Florida Avenue West Palm Beach, FL 33401
P R E S E N T S :
F A B R I C P O R T R A I T S W O R K S H O P
Saturday, February 11th at 10 am
Resource Depot will be hosting a Fabric Portraits workshop featuring artists Lisette Cedeno and Jade Henderson, whose students have participated in the show.
Reserve your spot: www.resourcedepot.net.
Cost to participate is $20 per person.
Workshop space is limited, so please register in advance.
For questions about workshops, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
MIDDLE SCHOOL STUDENTS UNIFY THROUGH ART
Resource Depot and the Conniston Middle School art department join together for a creative project called “Common Threads”. Displayed at Resource Depot’s GalleRE, “Common Threads” is a student art exhibition representing unity and diversity through different colors, styles, and textures of fabric that were found in Resource Depot donations. Seeing all these mismatched materials and how they work together reminds us that the same is true for people.
“Common Threads” is now open through March 15th
Admission is free, with a suggested donation of $5.00
Tuesdays and Thursdays 11 am – 5 pm
Wednesdays 11 am – 7 pm, and Saturdays 9 am – 2 pm
The Resource Depot GalleRE serves as a space to not only display upcycled artwork, but also to inspire others to think about what they are throwing away and how it could benefit someone else. All art pieces exhibited in the GalleRE include some aspect of reusable materials.
We will be CLOSED Saturday, February 18th.
Come visit us at ArtiGras!
We need volunteers in the following areas at ArtiGras!
All volunteers receive free admission to the Festival.
Help us serve beer to festival-goers.
Must be 21 or older to sign up. 10% of beer sales goes to Resource Depot!
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Help us make art projects for their
Circus-themed kids area. Must be 14 or older to sign up.
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We fill minds, not landfills. We turn almost 200,000 pounds of reusable stuff a year into classroom and alternative art materials, equipping educational programs, public workshops, and the weekend tinkerer with all sorts of unusual and inspiring resources to build, make and create with in Palm Beach County.
We have one focus in mind: inspiring individuals to make a difference in our world through environmental awareness and to participate in the ripple effect of taking small, but immediate action towards making your community a better place.
Tinker Lab Area
Resource Depot was founded. Members from the Solid Waste Authority of Palm Beach County,Children’s Services Council of Palm Beach County, the Palm Beach County School District and Florida Power & Light, came together to divert clean, safe, reusable materials that would otherwise be destined for the landfill into the hands of people who can use them for educational and artistic purposes.
After several changes of location in the intervening years, we finally found the ideal home: 2510 Florida Avenue, off Belvedere in West Palm Beach. We made our big move in the fall allowing our role in the community to expand. We are still “the teacher place” but we are also SO MUCH MORE. We couldn’t be more proud of our space, and we invite you to visit any time during our shopping hours to check it out! Please note warehouse access policies.
A look at what’s coming:
Making Resource Depot a Destination Location. With additions of:
And more educational programs on and off site for all of Palm Beach County.
Project Ideas! Materials! Recycle! Reuse!
Teaching Artists Wanted!
Send resume and photos of project samples to Chelsea at email@example.com.
About Resource Depot:
Resource Depot is a non-profit organization in Palm Beach County that has been inspiring the masses for 17 years to reduce waste by way of creative reuse. Each year, Resource Depot rescues approximately 83 tons of waste from our landfills transforming that into supplies for classrooms, educational programs, and the weekend tinkerer. They spark imagination through their annual memberships, field trips, a summer Junk Camp, and in-house DIY workshops for all ages.
For more information visit: www.resourcedepot.net
or Call 561.882.0090
Shopping hours are:
Tuesdays & Thursdays 11 am – 5 pm,
Wednesdays 11 am – 7 pm, Saturdays 9 am – 2 pm
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