A design group will welcome an art mixer | New


HIGH POINT – A group promoting High Point as a year-round destination for the design industry will host an open house in December at the Bienenstock Furniture Library to celebrate an exhibition of designer artists.

Designed and curated by Gary Inman, interior designer, educator and board member of the Bienenstock Library, “The Eye and the Hand” combines the photographic works of Stephen Shutts with renderings by Zachary Hodgin. The exhibit includes 12 original black-and-white photographs of lesser-known architectural works by Shutts captured in Italy, Germany and Vienna, and Hodgin’s hand-drawn interpretations of historically significant European and American buildings.

High Point by Design hosts the Mixer to foster professional and community engagement around architecture and art at the Bienenstock Furniture Library, which is dedicated to design documentation.

The mixer is scheduled from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. on Thursday, December 2. Community members are welcome to donate $ 10 or $ 15 at the door. Students will be admitted free of charge. Wine, light refreshments and appetizers will be served.

High Point by Design president and Splashworks owner Tom Van Dessel said the grassroots business organization wants to bring colleagues, partners, friends and neighbors together through the mixer to enjoy the exhibit before it ends in early January.

“Design thrives on community, conversation and engagement,” said Van Dessel. “The common bonds that unite us are art, design and the amazing Bienenstock library, a local gem.

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