SPARK Number Two Takes Strike And Ignites Local Imagination
Annual Event Inspires Local Creativity
LINDON, UT, Friday, September 10, 2010 and Saturday, September 11th 2010 – SPARK number two, the second annual event designed for the creative spirits in search for an extra spark, that turn hobbies into artistic masterpieces. One of the three founders, Rhonna Farrer, when asked how SPARK came to be, says, “We realized how desperately Utah needed a creative event that is unique and sparks creativity.” The two-day event will take place at Noah’s of Lindon, where the exterior of the building will serve as a blank canvas for participants to show their artistic originality with colorful chalk.
“This is a local event that will get people excited about their hobbies of the arts. Whether it’s photography, jewelry making, scrap booking, wool felting; whatever it may be, SPARK will spark their creative outlets,“ says Farrer. A ticket includes an assortment of art classes instructed by talented artists coming nationally and internationally, along with lunch, dinner, and snacks throughout the day. Friday night concludes with an unplugged concert by Mindy Gledhill in the garden area of Noah’s. A Rooftop Soiree on Saturday night will finalize the SPARK event. Additional information about SPARK number two can be found on the event site, www.sparktheevent.com.
The founders of SPARK, Elizabeth Kartchner, Margie Romney-Aslett and Rhonna Farrer, are three self-taught arts and crafts loving women from Utah, that have traveled the world and inspired artistic minds throughout the country and worldwide. Last year was SPARK’s first go-around and the success was larger than they expected. Farrer states, “This year, we have capped the event at 200 people and there are very few spots left.” This event provides the resources to spark the creativity of artistic wannabes and event gallery aficionados locally and beyond.
Noah’s – 644 N. 2000 W. Lindon, UT – (800) 696- 6247 - www.mynoahs.com