Face painting, ceramics, t-shirt screening, and graffiti art!
All of them were on display on Saturday at the Quincy Art Center's "Artoberfest" - their annual fundraiser for art programs in area schools.
Visitors could take in the latest gallery, and learned a little bit about how a raku - or special kiln - works.
Director Julie Nelson says many are surprised with everything the Quincy Art Center has to offer. "That they want to come back and visit again, and we've seen a lot of new people today and in the galleries too - so folks know that we're here, and come sign up for a class or a workshops, and you know - take part," she said.
The event also sold hand-crafted ceramic bowls by local artists, and the proceeds went to benefit the art center's programs.
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