News Section: Arts and Entertainment
ArtCenter Manatee Used but Useful Sale Returns This Weekend
BRADENTON – ArtCenter Manatee's annual Used but Useful sale will be held from 9 a.m. - 2 p.m. on Friday, January 17 and Saturday, January 18 at ArtCenter Manatee, 209 9th St West in Bradenton.
Gently used but still useful items including art supplies, jewelry, purses, knick knacks, books, golf equipment, exercise equipment, small furniture, tools and hardware, dishes, linens and more will be on sale to raise money for ArtCenter Manatee.
ArtCenter Manatee's mission is to provide a welcoming, professional environment, educate novice and experienced artists of all ages, provide galleries to exhibit and market original artwork and enhance the visual arts in Manatee County through special events and outreach programs.
ArtCenter Manatee, formerly Art League of Manatee County, is a nonprofit organization in Manatee County focused on art education for adults and children and exhibition of local, regional and national visual artists’ work.
The nearly 10,000 sq. ft. building in downtown Bradenton features three galleries, five classrooms, an Artists’ Market gift shop and an art library featuring over 3,000 art volumes.
Day, evening and weekend art classes for adults and children are offered year round in painting, drawing, pastels, pottery, jewelry design, photography and more. Join ArtCenter Manatee and save on classes and workshops, art, gift purchases and support the arts in our community.
The Artists’ Market features unique, affordable gifts by local and national artists. Exhibitions in the galleries change monthly and showcase local, regional and national artists. Come meet the artists at the monthly evening opening receptions.
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