Monthly Archives: March 2011

Candy Making – A Sweet Creative Class

Many of our readers have expressed an interest in knowing more about creative classes  and workshops here in Tucker County. Well, our aim is to please you.  The first to be announced here on our blog is Candy Making.  This class … Continue reading

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Thanks for Coming!

The first ever Create Tucker Blog Event on Sunday evening (March 20) at the Purple Fiddle brought together about 50 participants in the local arts scene.  They were a beautiful cross section of local residents representing a diversity not only … Continue reading

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Sunday

Here’s a little more details on the Blog Event for sunday. It’s at the Purple Fiddle, this Sunday, from 5-7 -Live music will be played by Ben Nelson, Myself, Ruth Melnick, Diana Villamor -Pot luck, Seriously good food. (Bring a … Continue reading

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Blog Event Sunday Y’all

My brain floods with information like taking a huge gulp of sea water into my mouth. Yes, I’m a whale feeding on plankton and yes it’s hard to understand that it is the plankton that is organizing itself in to … Continue reading

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Why Do We Choose a Certain Color or Colors?

I woke this morning and went to fix my cup of coffee.  I mean my pot of coffee.  While I was aimlessly walking around the house, with a near blank mind, the subject of color popped into my thoughts.  What … Continue reading

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Money-driven art is not ideal, but a necessary evil

My creative resources are the bands that I book at the Purple Fiddle. And I am very fortunate that they mostly all come to me for a gig. So my job entails two things –  first, to make sure there … Continue reading

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Help Wanted: Your Creative Ideas

That’s right, you. Yes—YOU! This request extends to residents and visitors, natives and newbies, adults and young people, those who practice all the arts, and those who appreciate them. And to all who read Create Tucker. When it comes to … Continue reading

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