Happy Hour at the Art Center
Space is limited so register early.
Try something new while relaxing after a long day. Bring your favorite work crew, schedule a friend outing, have a special date night, or come to meet and mingle with new people. Each week offers a different project that can be completed by any participant with no previous experience. This is a great opportunity to meet Art Center instructors, and discover and explore the beautiful facility. Please feel free to bring your favorite beverage (adult or other) to enjoy. Fee includes all supplies. Sign up for all 6 sessions and save $20 using code #366209.
April 14, Fused Glass- Garland Decoration
Discover the versatility of glass to create a colorful garland to decorate your home, office or outdoor porch. Participants learn the basics of glass safety, cutting and assemblage to design their own garland piece consisting of five 3-inch triangles. Must wear long pants and closed-toe shoes. Completed projects available 2 – 3 weeks after workshop, hanging instructions included.
April 21, Bountiful Harvest- Watercolor Painting
Create a watercolor wonder of harvest-ready grapes. Participants learn the basics and how to use additional tools to achieve textural and atmospheric effects to complete their own unique watercolor paintings.
April 28, Collage, Zine and Found Poetry
Found poetry is a process that allows people to create a literary collage by combining borrowed text to make something new and fresh. Participants experiment with visual collage techniques to present newly formed poetry in a hand-bound zine made from used books, acrylic and watercolor paint, ink and more.
May 5, Clay Bookends
Show off your book collection with one-of-a-kind bookends. Participants use clay slab and coil techniques to form unique bookends in their own style. Underglaze adds color and personality and the final pieces are clear glazed for a professional finish. Completed projects available at the Art Center 2 – 3 weeks after class.
May 12, Fused Glass- Spoon Rest
Jump into the playful world of glass while creating a functional object for your home or a gift for a loved one. Participants learn the basics of glass safety, cutting and assemblage to design their own spoon rest. A selection of different molds available to choose the final form. Must wear long pants and closed-toe shoes. Completed projects available 2 – 3 weeks after workshop.
May 19, Hand Printed Cards
Participants explore printmaking with Gelli Plates ®, stencils, texturing objects and paint to produce one-of-a-kind, colorful cards on paper.
If the cost of the program is prohibiting you from registering, please contact the Art Center supervisor, Jes Schrom, at email@example.com to discuss fee options.