In this Fall season, we will be making art activities inspired by art around the world from various cultures in Asia, Africa, North America, South America, Europe, Australia, and Antarctica. We will make art with various wet and dry mediums, also have fun creating art with sand, paper, and fabric.
Autumn is here, and we will explore the mood and palette of the season and create drawings and paintings about various aspects of love, life, and nature in portraits and landscapes. We will use inspiration from Austrian painters Gustav Klimt and his protege Egon Schiele, and their unique interpretations of lines, colors, and composition.
Coil, pinch, and slab your way around the world as students experience different cultures through African Masks, Tiki-inspired cups, and the folk art of Mexico. This supportive and lively class is suited for artists of all levels and experience. New students will learn a variety of hand building techniques while the more experienced artist will continue developing their individual style. All projects will be fired and glazed.
Looking to kick start your writing? Find what you want to say, in prose, whether it’s fiction or non-fiction? Through exercises and prompts, listening and sharing, you’ll write short pieces that can spur you to continue on your own. Either way, you’ll get an imagination-to-pen workout.