Artist and educator Eleanor Heimbaugh currently makes ceramic work that is a pseudoscientific investigation of artifacts, specimens, and fossils, of 21st Century American culture. Heimbaugh teaches ceramics and sculpture at Bethany college and often travels to give technical hands on clay workshops and artist talks about her creative processes. Heimbaugh is always open to new art sharing opportunities.
I am a conductor/cellist/educator. I collaborate with artists all over the nation and have high level colligate students who are willing to do the same. Performing and teaching is the bulk of what I do.
Craig is an artist that uses paint, papers, fabrics and metals to create modern and clean visual art on canvas of all types. He often uses re purposed items as a base for his work. He is available to show his work as well as a potential for commissioned work.
I create custom writing instruments, vases and bowls from fallen trees and unused furniture. Incorporating acrylics with wood to make pieces of art is very satisfying. I especially enjoy designing, cutting, gluing and turning segmented wooden bowls.
2516 Ridgehill Drive, Salina, KS 67401
I do pencil/pastel drawings, oil/acrylic paintings & murals, digital photography, and cake decorating.
101 W. Cloud St, Salina, KS 67401
Stephen M. Hoffman
I'm interested in talking to groups about ideation, the process of developing ideas. Through this process, we can nurture an idea until it is fully mature to solve a problem, improve a process, or come up with a new product.
Salina, KS 67401
The Flying Debris Show is a comedy variety show filled with juggling, magic, basketball spinning, unicycling, zany stunts and lots of audience participation. The show always includes an inspirational message that can be tailored to fit your event. Fire eating and fire juggling are an optional add on. The show and comedy are appropriate and appreciated by all ages. Performances are suited to corporate events, colleges, school shows, and even birthday parties.
Kyle Hopkins is an Associate Professor of Music and Director of Bands at McPherson College. In his short time at McPherson College, the band program has experienced unprecedented growth and success. In addition to being a sought-after adjudicator and clinician, he performs with many groups such as the Wichita Grand Opera, and the Salina Symphony as principal horn.
McPherson, KS 67460
As an artist I love it all but especially sculpture. I find such joy in uncovering what nature has hidden in a stone or piece of wood. The beauty is already there and I find and uncover it for all to see. I sculpt, create, and share.
made2save is a multimedia production & consulting agency founded in 2004 by KSU Alumnus Jamie Hughes. We offer photography, web design, graphic design, logos. illustrations, corporate branding packages, all forms of printed media including garments, music production, and voice over services.