Carlijn is a Dutch artist, one of our 2016 Pajama Factory Artists in Residence.
This morning, Dutch Culture USA did a wonderful piece on her and her experiences here. Go take a look!
You can meet Carlijn and the rest of the visiting artists at their upcoming exhibition!
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(Shared Facebook Post from Dutch Culture USA)
“I’m a heavy dreamer, I do what moves me – guided by that tingly gut feeling or sense of wonder.” Dutch artist Carlijn Claire Potma is currently an artist-in residence at Pajama Factory in Williamsport, PA, and will be part of the Pajama Factory Artist-In-Residence Exhibition on July 16. Carlijn Claire works within a wide constellation of disciplines, ranging from alternative drawing practices to photography and beyond. The reception will take place between 6 and 9 PM.
Hey, artists! Come spend your Summer at the Pajama Factory!
(Shared Facebook post from Pajama Factory Artist-In-Residence)
AIR is a multi-disciplinary, international six week summer residency program centered within the revitalized, historic Pajama Factory complex in Williamsport, Pennsylvania. AIR is designed to provide both emerging and established artists and writers a place to grow creatively, as they work freely amongst the larger creative community housed at the Pajama Factory. The 2016 residency will run from June 4 to July 17.
Check out the AIR website for more information or to apply.
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Another reason to come to the Blues Bash tomorrow—some beautiful handmade items from the Williamsport Community Woodshop will be in the silent auction.
The Blues Bash is a fundraiser benefiting Factory Works, the nonprofit that calls the Pajama Factory home. You can buy tickets at the Pajama Factory at Way Cool Beans or buy them online.
Hope we’ll see you there!
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(Shared post from Williamsport Community Woodshop)
We hope you’re planning on coming to the the 4th Annual Blues Bash at the Pajama Factory! It happens on December 30th.
This year, it’s a family event that starts at noon! That’s right—the whole family is welcome! It’s a benefit for FactoryWorks, the non-profit based here at the factory that brings all kinds of benefits to the community, from the Community Woodshop, the Clay Studio, Bicycle Recycle and the Community Darkroom.
Check out the items that the Community Woodshop will have in the silent auction below…
Don’t miss the Open House at the (very nearly opened) Community Woodshop! We popped in on Adam and John to see how the space is coming along and found a bright, spacious shop that’s just about ready to open its doors to the community.
The shop will be open to those who’d like to take a peek, tomorrow, April 5th, from 9:00 AM to 9:00 PM.
Stop in on your First Friday to say hello!
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