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Watercolor for Children ages 9 - Teens
Carolyn Daniele

Day: Thursdays

Session 1: Thursday July 8
Session 2: Thursday July 22
Session 3: Thursday August 5

Time: 1:00 - 3:30p.m.
Fee: $45 per class
Location: The  Studio

Let your inner artist shine. Bring a willingness to have fun with a magical art medium. Many students have won prizes with their paintings from this class at the fair.
Preregistration required. Supplies will be provided.




Collage and Collographs for ages 10 and Older
Carolyn Daniele

Day: Friday July 9

Time: 10:00am - 1p.m.
Fee: $35 per class
Location: The  Studio

Carolyn will teach collage, collographs and the system of placement. It is great fun!






Punk Pen Pals for children ages 11-14 
Emmeline Brown

Dates:
Wednesday, June 16
or
Wednesday, June 23

Time: 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Fee: $30
Location: Lower Barn Studio 
  
Design all kinds of creative stationery using alternative and traditional printmaking techniques, collage, and other fun and funky paper arts. By the end of class you'll have a handful of artsy envelopes, great paper to write letters on AND small paper artworks to send to your favorite people all around the world! 

Class supplies provided: 
Paper (thick and thin), ink, paint, glue, clippings, colored pencils, markers, etc. 
  
Class supplies the student needs to provide: 
Please bring in fun and funky magazine clippings, postcards, paper, and photos that you don't mind cutting up and reusing. 






Reincarnated Art for children ages 11-14  
Emmeline Brown  

Dates:
Thursday, June 17
or
Thursday, June 24

Time: 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Fee: $30
Location: Lower Barn Studio 

Using recycled materials we will create functional pieces of art that can be used everyday. Turn your trash into treasure in the best possible way- ART! We will be creating mostly sculptural pieces but your 2-D talent will be great in adding design elements to your 3-D creations. 
  
Class supplies provided: 
Recyclables and craft materials. Mostly magazines, newspaper, glue, paint, etc. 
  
Class supplies the student needs to provide: 
We could always use more magazines and newspaper!


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Art Every Day for children ages 7-12
Emmeline Brown, Sabrina Kuchta 
Nancy Blank – Ceramics Instructor

Enjoy an arts experience every week day – rain or shine – in the Lower Barn Studio.

We will offer a three hour art class from 2:00 – 5:00 p.m. each week day beginning June 14  through the week of August 23. The cost for each three hour art class will be $45.

Please register at least one day in advance.

Time: 2:00 – 5:00 p.m.
Fee: $45 per class
Location: Lower Barn Studio

Monday, June 14: 
Art of the senses: Taking a closer look at things found in nature we will draw detailed macro masterpieces on a large scale, as well as learn how to draw without relaying on your sense of sight.

Tuesday, June 15: 
Paper Art: 3-D paper sculpture, simple books, paper mobiles, and collage.

Wednesday, June 16: 
Untraditional printmaking: Tape transfers, rubbings, trace monotypes, Styrofoam prints, stamp making, and fish prints.

Thursday, June 17: 
En plein air, abstract, and pointillist projects: Painting outside, painting abstractly and using alternative tools we will paint paintings without paintbrushes and without brushstrokes!

Friday, June 18: 
Ceramic Projects in the Pottery Studio. 

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Monday, June 21: 
Pigment in the Bouquet: Using flowers as our muse we will create colorful drawings with a variety of materials.

Tuesday, June 22: 
Recycled Art Projects: Using recycled materials to create masterpieces and artist books.

Wednesday, June 23: 
Paper Lanterns and Book Projects: Using decorative papers and simple sewing skills create sewn lanterns and books in many different styles including: Japanese stab binding, accordion, pop up, and mini artist journals.

Thursday, June 24: 
Industrial art: Wire contour sculptures, aluminum and copper embossing, lanterns, frames, and decorative mirrors.

Friday, June 25: 
Ceramic Projects in the Pottery Studio. 

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Monday, June 28: 
Polymer clay projects: Make beads, earrings, charms, and create unique one of a kind pieces of wearable art, or all sorts of creepy crawlies.

Tuesday, June 29: 
Banners: Using Buddhist prayers flags and the cut paper Mexican dia de los muertos banners as inspiration to celebrate anything and everything!

Wednesday, June 30: 
Art in the yard: All things from and inspired by nature. Site-specific art installations made on the Featherstone campus; inspired by the artist Andy Goldsworthy, and treasure maps!

Thursday, July 1: 
Fiber projects: Weaving natural and synthetic fibers into beautiful tapestries, baskets, etc.

Friday, July 2: 
Ceramic Projects in the Pottery Studio. 

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Monday, July 5: 
Art of the senses: Taking a closer look at things found in nature we will draw detailed macro masterpieces on a large scale, as well as learn how to draw without relying on your sense of sight.

Tuesday, July 6: 
Paper Art: 3-D paper sculpture, simple books, paper mobiles, and collage.

Wednesday, July 7: 
Untraditional printmaking: Tape transfers, rubbings, trace monotypes, Styrofoam prints, stamp making, and fish prints.

Thursday, July 8: 
En plein air, abstract, and pointillist projects: Painting outside, painting abstractly and using alternative tools we will paint paintings without paintbrushes and without brushstrokes!

Friday, July 9:
Ceramic Projects in the Pottery Studio. 

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Monday, July 12: 
Pigment in the Bouquet: Using flowers as our muse we will create colorful drawings with a variety of materials.

Tuesday, July13: 
Recycled art projects: Using recycled materials to create masterpieces and artist books.

Wednesday, July 14: 
Paper lanterns and books: Using decorative papers and simple sewing skills create sewn lanterns and books in many different styles including: Japanese stab binding, accordion, pop up, and mini artist journals.

Thursday, July 15: 
Industrial art: Wire contour sculptures, aluminum and copper embossing, lanterns, frames, and decorative mirrors.

Friday, July 16:
Ceramic Projects in the Pottery Studio. 

•••

Monday, July 19: 
Polymer clay projects: Make beads, earrings, charms, and create unique one of a kind pieces of wearable art, or all sorts of creepy crawlies.

Tuesday, July 20: 
Banners: Using Buddhist prayers flags and the cut paper Mexican dia de los muertos banners as inspiration to celebrate anything and everything!

Wednesday, July 21: 
Art in the yard: All things from and inspired by nature. Site-specific art installations made on the Featherstone campus; inspired by the artist Andy Goldsworthy, and treasure maps!

Thursday, July 22: 
Fiber projects: Weaving natural and synthetic fibers into beautiful tapestries, baskets, etc.

Friday, July 23:
Ceramic Projects in the Pottery Studio. 


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Monday, July 26: 
Art of the senses: Taking a closer look at things found in nature we will draw detailed macro masterpieces on a large scale, as well as learn how to draw without relaying on your sense of sight.

Tuesday, July 27: 
Paper Art: 3-D paper sculpture, simple books, paper mobiles, and collage.

Wednesday, July 28: 
Untraditional printmaking: Tape transfers, rubbings, trace monotypes, Styrofoam prints, stamp making, and fish prints.

Thursday, July 29: 
En plein air, abstract, and pointillist projects: Painting outside, painting abstractly and using alternative tools we will paint paintings without paintbrushes and without brushstrokes!

Friday, July 30:
Ceramic Projects in the Pottery Studio. 


•••

Monday, August 2: 
Pigment in the Bouquet: Using flowers as our muse we will create colorful drawings with a variety of materials.

Tuesday, August 3: 
Recycled art projects: Using recycled materials to create masterpieces and artist books.

Wednesday, August 4: 
Paper lanterns and books: Using decorative papers and simple sewing skills create sewn lanterns and books in many different styles including: Japanese stab binding, accordion, pop up, and mini artist journals.

Thursday, August 5: 
Industrial art: Wire contour sculptures, aluminum and copper embossing, lanterns, frames, and decorative mirrors.

Friday, August 6:
Ceramic Projects in the Pottery Studio.
 

•••

Monday, August 9:
Polymer clay projects: Make beads, earrings, charms, and create unique one of a kind pieces of wearable art, or all sorts of creepy crawlies.

Tuesday, August 10: 
Banners: Using Buddhist prayers flags and the cut paper Mexican dia de los muertos banners as inspiration to celebrate anything and everything!

Wednesday, August 11: 
Art in the yard: All things from and inspired by nature. Site-specific art installations made on the Featherstone campus; inspired by the artist Andy Goldsworthy, and treasure maps!

Thursday, August 12: 
Fiber projects: Weaving natural and synthetic fibers into beautiful tapestries, baskets, etc.

Friday, August 13:
Ceramic Projects in the Pottery Studio. 

•••

Monday, August 16: 
Art of the senses: Taking a closer look at things found in nature we will draw detailed macro masterpieces on a large scale, as well as learn how to draw without relaying on your sense of sight.

Tuesday, August 17: 
Paper Art: 3-D paper sculpture, simple books, paper mobiles, and collage.

Wednesday, August 18 (Illumination Night): 
Lanterns: Aluminum and copper embossed lanterns as well as hand sewn paper lanterns. 

Thursday, August 19: 
Untraditional printmaking: Tape transfers, rubbings, trace monotypes, Styrofoam prints, stamp making, and fish prints.

Friday, August 20:
Ceramic Projects in the Pottery Studio. 

•••

Monday, August 23: 
Banners: Using Buddhist prayers flags and the cut paper Mexican dia de los muertos banners as inspiration to celebrate anything and everything!

Tuesday, August 24: 
Recycled art projects: Using recycled materials to create masterpieces and artist books.

Wednesday, August 25: 
En plein air, abstract, and pointillist projects: Painting outside, painting abstractly and using alternative tools we will paint paintings without paintbrushes and without brushstrokes!

Thursday, August 26: 
Art in the yard: All things from and inspired by nature. Site-specific art installations made on the Featherstone campus; inspired by the artist Andy Goldsworthy, and treasure maps!

Friday, August 27:
Ceramic Projects in the Pottery Studio.