Upcoming Events

  • Artists on Location
    Saturday, April 28th at 5pm
    Knoxville Museum of Art

What do Monet, Pissarro and Renoir all have in common?  Mais oui, en plein air!  This French expression translates to “in open air,” the setting these artists explored in their paintings.

Modern day painters still use the temporal effects of natural light on their subjects – in fact, more than thirty local and regional artists will be painting in and around Knoxville as part of the Guild of the KMA’s event Artists on Location.

You are invited to meet the artists and see their works of art at the Artists on Location Preview Event.  As an Art House member, you will have early access to purchase these locally produced works.  Light refreshments will be served and each Art House guest will receive a complimentary drink ticket.

See image for further details – reply to mmeyers@knoxart.org by April 26.

Artists on Location

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  • Kick-off to Summer
    Friday, May 11 at 7pm 
    Knoxville Museum of Art
    *Dressy casual

Dance to the music of party band The Atlanta Showstoppers; enjoy drinks and a cocktail buffet.  Tickets are $125 per person, however, Art House members receive a special $25 discount and access to the private Art House lounge, where we can gather during the lively event! Click here to receive the exclusive Art House discount.

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  • Letterpress & Printmaking with Bryan Baker
    Wednesday, May 30 at 6pm

    Striped Light Letterpress Studio

Exclusive to Art House members – owner Bryan Baker will give a tour of the Striped Light Letterpress Studio and give a printmaking demonstration. And, you may leave with your own print too!

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  • Painting with a Purpose 
    Saturday, June 23 at 6pm
    Knoxville Museum of Art

Art House is bringing animal and wildlife painter Freddy Paske from the UK to Knoxville for this incredible event. Paske’s work brings attention to the difficulties facing what remains of the world’s wildlife population. He was embedded with wildlife rangers in Africa where he was inspired to create works of art. The night will be one you don’t want to miss, as the gregarious Paske shares his work with us, and the powerful meaning behind it.  More details to come!

Sponsorship opportunities available; email cpare@knoxart.org for more information.

 

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