Introduction to Acrylic Painting (6 weeks)

Instructor: Elizabeth Klingler
Dates: Wednesdays, 5:30-8pm
2/8-3/15
Cost: $135

The purpose of this class is to help you understand and feel comfortable with the various techniques and approaches to painting. Learning how to use various types of tools for painting, understanding color theory, developing the form of objects and examining composition are only a few things that you will learn throughout this 6 week class! We will be focusing this class around acrylic painting as the primary medium.

Each class is dedicated to a particular process. As the class continues to progress throughout the 6 weeks, the projects will build on your new learned skill sets. You are encouraged to practice techniques and processes gone over in class at home and will be given optional “homework” to do at your leisure.

 

Ceramics (5 weeks)

wheel-throwingInstructor: Nataleigh Everett
Dates: Mondays, 5:30-8pm
2/6-3/6
Cost: $125

Over this 5 week course, students will gain a good understanding on how to throw on the wheel, trim their pieces as well as several hand-building techniques. This class will also allow time for students to glaze their pieces. Students will finish this course with several completed pieces. This class is for the person who has never worked with clay in their life, or one who wants a more in-depth understanding of ceramics that might be looking to refresh their skills.

Are you an experienced potter looking for a space to create again? Consider our ceramic studio rental option, under our Gathering Space tab, to come in and work at your leisure.

 

Introduction to Drawing (6 weeks)

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Instructor: Elizabeth Klingler
Dates: Mondays, 5:30-8pm
2/6-3/13
Cost: $125

Learning to draw begins with seeing objects in a way you haven’t thought of before. Expressing an idea through line, shape, value, texture & space are essential key concepts that will be taught in this course. These concepts (the foundations of art and design) will equip you to understand how to see the world around you in a different way! We will explore various types of tools for drawing, like compressed charcoal, vine charcoal, conté crayon and graphite pencils.

Each class is dedicated to a particular process. As the class continues to progress throughout the 6 weeks, the projects will build on your new learned skill sets. You are are encouraged to practice at home using optional drawing exercises provided by the instructor to do at your leisure.