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Summer 2018

Painting Workshop - Oil, Acrylic, or Watercolor

Instructor: Janet Lynn Eggen
Learn to develop an image from initial concept to final product in oil, acrylic, or watercolor media in this workshop series. Instructor will emphasize color theory, color mixing/blending, brushwork, and the ap­propriate application of paint.

Intermediate students continue their exploration of their personal style as they broaden their understanding, gain confidence and refine their techniques in their chosen medium. Basic drawing experience is required. Come and learn a new media in the 4 Saturdays or attend class to practice your skills in your favorite media over the summer.

Instructor will contact students directly regarding supplies. ​Sign up for one, two, or three sessions, or register for all four and save 10 percent on your total!

Workshops meet on Saturdays from 12-4pm.
July 21, July 28, August 11, August 25

SM1807 July 21 CLOSED 
SM1808 July 28 CLOSED 
SM1809 August 11 CLOSED 
SM1810 August 25

SM1811 All four sessions 

Members $40 per session, Nonmembers $50 per session

Fall 2018

Camera Boot Camp: Introduction to Manual Settings

Instructor: Judith Soule
This class presents an introduction to manual settings on your digital SLR camera, so you can get out of auto and start shooting in manual. We’ll discuss shooting modes, image storage capabilities, file types, menus, exposure, light, shutter effects, and the resulting creative possibilities. A digital SLR camera is preferable but any camera with manual capabilities will work as well for this class. No previous camera knowledge or experience is required. Photo editing skills will not be covered in this workshop. Please bring the manual that came with your camera to class.
Members $75, Nonmembers $90

October 12
Friday, 9:30 -4:30pm 
1 Day Workshop; Beginner
F1816

Capturing Natural Light Portraits, Ages 13 -17

Instructor: Jennifer German
Understanding light is the key to a great portrait. Learn to use available light sources to go beyond the basic snapshots and create images that express emotion and depth. Please bring your own digital camera (either point-and-shoot or digital SLR) to the class.
Members $25, Nonmembers $30

October 13
Saturday, 1:00 – 4pm
1 Day, Teen Workshop
F1823

Fused Glass Jewelry   

Instructor: Ali Rogan
Create unique layered fused glass jewelry using specialty fusing glass, plus iridized and dichroric glass. Discover the simple secrets to making beautiful glass jewelry! Students will also have the opportunity to work with molded forms for a variety of jewelry applications.
Members $45, Nonmembers $50

October 20
Saturday, 10:00 am – 1:00 pm 
1 Day Workshop; Beginner, Intermediate
F1831

Imagery on Fused Glass Dish 

Instructor: Ali Rogan
Students will work with specialty fusing glass powders, frits, and glass stringers to create a visual design of their choice.  Bright vivid colors work best to design that pop art impact.  No glass cutting required for this glass, instead students will explore the more painterly approaches to fusing on glass tiles.  A variety of techniques will be covered to create unique designs with glass fusing dish!  The projects can be picked up the following week.
Members $90, Nonmembers $105

November 18
Sunday, 1:00 - 4:00pm 
1 Day Workshop; Beginner, Intermediate
F1832

Beyond the Snapshot: Taking Better Photos of Your Kids

Instructor: Jennifer German 
Capture your family’s story by taking photographs of your children that go beyond a snapshot and truly document the moment. Learn the basic techniques of informal portraiture and candid action shots as well as how to see and use available light to your advantage. All levels and all camera’s welcome including DLSR, point and shoot, and smartphone cameras
Members $35, Nonmembers $40

November 3
Saturday, 10:00am – 1:00pm
1 Day Workshop
F1822

Printing on Clay 

Instructor: Anna Freeman
An introduction to print techniques on clay, including stencils, screen-printing and
more! We’ll be using underglazes on leatherhard clay, with demonstrations and
time to practice applying the techniques. The focus of the workshop is on learning techniques and processes rather than making a finished product. Optional, students may bring a leatherhard test tile or form to practice techniques.
Members $45, Nonmembers $50

November 17
Saturday, 1:00 – 4pm
1 Day Workshop
F1830

Painted Images on Glass Holiday Ornaments  

Instructor: Ali Rogan
Bring in a favorite image or sketch to translate onto glass using painting techniques. Students will create beveled glass ornaments using a variety of methods complete their work.  Traditional vitreous glass painting and reverse on glass painting will be covered in this class. Let how to create distinctive finished glass works of your own design!
Members $70, Nonmembers $85

December 1
Saturday, 10:00 am – 2:00 pm 
1 Day Workshop; Beginner, Intermediate
F1834

Intro to Zentangle

Instructor: Kim Herman
Looking for a way to express your creative side, unwind from stress, focus your thoughts or just have fun? Zentangle is an easy to learn method of creating beautiful images from repetitive patterns. It is a fascinating new art form that is fun and relaxing. Zentangle provides artistic satisfaction and increases focus and creativity. No prior training or drawing skills are needed - if you can hold a pen, you can create a Zentangle (even if you feel you are not at all artistic). Class fee includes materials. Note: Zentangles are created on a 3 1/2 inch square piece of art paper - if you wear reading glasses, please bring them to class. The Zentangle art form and method were created by Rick Roberts and Maria Thomas. Zentangle is a registered trademark of Zentangle, Inc. Learn more at: www.zentangle.com.
Members $40, Non-members $45

December 8
Saturday, 12:30- 3pm
1 Day Workshop
F1835

Zentangle
Zentangle
Camera Boot Camp
Camera Boot Camp