Oil, Acrylic, or Watercolor Painting

January 01, 1970

Enjoy an afternoon of creative fun and professional instruction in the art of painting! Students may choose their painting medium (oil, acrylic or watercolor) subject matter, and painting style. Each class includes a short lecture or demonstration that covers the elements and principles of painting; composition, value, color mixing and practical advice on the technical […]

Introduction to Pottery and Wheel Throwing – Thursdays (AM)

January 01, 1970

Whether you’re looking to learn the basics or refine your skills, there’s something for everyone in this all levels class.

Expressive Sculpture: “Totems” – Wednesdays

January 01, 1970

Designed to encourage creativity and exploration through individually chosen projects, your personal interests and ideas will determine the direction of your projects. Demonstrations, techniques, guidance, and inspirational information will help you create your art in clay.

Expressive Sculpture: “Totems” – Thursdays

January 01, 1970

Designed to encourage creativity and exploration through individually chosen projects, your personal interests and ideas will determine the direction of your projects. Demonstrations, techniques, guidance, and inspirational information will help you create your art in clay.

Calligraphy: Irresistible Italics – 6 weeks

January 01, 1970

The Italic hand (Chancery Cursive) is “arguably” the most popular calligraphic hand. Its graceful beauty often hides the subtlety and versatility of this practical hand.

Beginning Handbuilding – Tuesdays

January 01, 1970

Beginner’s Handbuilding is a very important primer to wheel throwing and the more advanced forms of handbuilding. In these classes you learn to construct forms out of raw clay and how to decorate and glaze your pieces.

Basic Photography – 6 Weeks

January 01, 1970

In this course, students may use either a digital or film camera, set to automatic or manual. We will learn what it means to see through your lens and how to express yourself through photography.

Tuesday Korean Language Handbuilding & Pottery Wheel

January 01, 1970

This class is taught in the Korean language and is for repeat students who want to learn and advance their design concepts and wheel skills.

Beginning Handbuilding – Tuesdays

January 01, 1970

Beginner’s Handbuilding is a very important primer to wheel throwing and the more advanced forms of handbuilding. In these classes you learn to construct forms out of raw clay and how to decorate and glaze your pieces.

Korean Language Handbuilding & Wheel – Mondays

January 01, 1970

This is a beginning/intermediate level pottery class instructed in the Korean language. During the eight-week session, the class will learn fundamental knowledge and techniques required to hand-build, decorate, and glaze ceramic artifacts.

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