Choose the number of workshops you would like to attend. Pay that amount and attend that many workshops; attend the workshops of your choice*! All workshops will run, regardless of number of students.
1 workshop: $40; 2 workshops = $78; 3 workshops: $110; 4 workshops: $135; 5 workshops: $155; 6+ workshops: $175
*Please pick the workshops you tentatively would like to attend when signing up for the number of workshops you are paying for; it is for the instructor’s planning purposes only. You don’t have to stick with the workshops you first choose when registering. If you change your mind, an email to firstname.lastname@example.org would be appreciated, but is not required. Thank you!
Come learn how to take fabulous pics using the camera on your phone, a regular camera, and by using an easy-to-make light box. Bill Thomas, professional photographer, has so much information to give!
SATURDAY February 3, 10 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
BRING your phones/cameras
This class is an introduction to the basics of screen printing on paper and fabric. We will cover the history and process of screen printing, photo-screen printing, multicolor-monoprint screen printing, and an overview of what you need to do for multicolor screen print editions. We will discuss the materials needed.
SATURDAY, February 10, 12 noon – 2:30 p.m. OR
SUNDAY, April 29, 12 noon – 2:30 p.m.
Learning how to draw is definitely not an easy task. It takes tons of focus and proper instruction can lead to better results. In this class, you will learn how to compose with line, shape, tone, and color in a class designed to introduce you to the basics of drawing from life. Using still-life setups and our environment as sources of visual inspiration, you’ll find out how to work with perspective, positive and negative shapes, and texture as you explore the use of traditional drawing materials. A great class for beginners!
TUESDAY, February 27, 5:30 p.m. – 8 p.m.
Learn the ancient art of Japanese stab-stitch bookbinding. Stab-stitched books can be made in almost any size. Stab-stitching works wonderfully for binding collections of loose sheets of paper such as travel mementos or children’s artwork. We will go over some bookbinding basics and you will be able to choose from a variety of papers and graphics to create two unique, stab-stitch bound books.
SATURDAY, March 3, 10 a.m. – 1 p.m.
Material fee: $7 due to instructor at start of workshop
This class is an introduction to intaglio and copperplate-etching techniques from dry point to aquatints. Students should bring sketches, designs, ideas, or photographs to work from. We will explore the basics of intaglio from prepping a copperplate to etch to completing an edition of prints. We will discuss the materials needed for these processes during the first class.
SATURDAY, March 10, 12 noon – 3 p.m.
Learn the fundamentals of making fused glass. No experience is necessary. We will cover glass choices, preparation for fusing, how to use a kiln, safety, firing programs, and more. Students will learn how to cut glass and create incredible projects. This introduction will get our feet wet and help you decide if fused glass will become your next obsession!
SATURDAY, March 31, 12 noon – 4 p.m.
Materials fee: $20 due to instructor at start of workshop
Mixed-media art is the ideal medium to explore your creative side without the pressure of having to be “artistic” or create a perfect piece of art. Have fun using a variety of mediums and techniques. By combining collage, acrylic painting, layering, found objects, and more, you’re free to experiment and be spontaneous in whatever you create. During the process, we invite accidents and mistakes to happen, while finding beauty in the imperfections.
SATURDAY, April 14, 10 a.m. – 1 p.m.