Draughon Center to Host Black Belt Treasures Virtual Holiday Market on December 9
The Caroline Marshall Draughon Center for the Arts & Humanities will offer a virtual holiday market on Wednesday, December 9 from noon to 1 p.m. at aub.ie/bbt.
Attendees will learn about artists in the Black Belt region of Alabama and have an opportunity to purchase holiday gifts on the Black Belt Treasures website. Online participants will enter a raffle for a free gift during the program.
Featured artists for the day will include Andrew McCall (“Vines and Branches” baskets, barn-wood churches and angels); Sam Williams (functional pottery); Betty Anderson (Gee’s Bend soaps and dolls); Laura Spencer (soaps, candles, and skin care products); and Bud Rogers (wooden lathe turned ornaments, trees, and gift products).
Black Belt Treasures Cultural Arts Center in a non-profit organization based in Camden, Alabama and serves as the centerpiece of an arts economy revitalization involving artist development and arts education, encouraging residents and visitors to experience arts, culture, and place.
The event will stream live on the Draughon Center’s Facebook page at aub.ie/bbt. A Facebook account is not required to participate. For more information, contact the Center at email@example.com or (334) 844-4903.
The Caroline Marshall Draughon Center for the Arts & Humanities in Auburn University’s College of Liberal Arts creates opportunities that explore our individual and collective experiences, values, and identities through the creativity of the arts and the wisdom of the humanities. For more information, please visit www.auburn.edu/cah.
Last Updated: December 07, 2020