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Summer Art Space: Jewelry Basics III: Making a Metal Charm (Ages 8 – 12)


Students will create a charm to add to a braid or chain bracelet. Sharon will teach the basics of sawing in metal, stamping, shaping, finishing and patinas. Advanced students can cold connect layers or add found materials to their charm. If you sign up for all of the Art Space sessions you will receive a (more…)

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Tools, Marks, and Metaphors (Ages 14+)


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If you are looking for a way to get into drawing and have a curiosity about collage, this class is a great fit for you. Learn to really see what you draw, and draw what you see. Students will go back to the basics by first creating mark-making tools. After tools are made and students (more…)

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Summer Youth Art Camp (Ages 9 – 14)


CAMP DESCRIPTION & OVERVIEW Add a hand-crafted book to your library! Students will learn a series of papermaking, book arts, and printmaking techniques in the process of creating their own unique book as well as a collaborative, all-class book. Students must sign up for the entire week of camp and will be sent additional confirmation (more…)

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Summer Youth Art Camp (Ages 5 – 8)


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CAMP DESCRIPTION & OVERVIEW Explore painting, mixed-media, and clay handbuilding, while creating a variety of projects and pieces. Students will also have a chance to create a relief sculpture through the process of sand casting and an aluminum pour. Students must sign up for the entire week of camp and will be sent additional confirmation (more…)

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Summer Art Space: Surface Design: Shibori Bandanas (Ages 8 – 12)


Shibori is the Japanese art of planned tie dye patterns. The word bandana come from the Indian word Bandhani and the Indian tradition of tie dye resist fabrics in indigo and red madder. Unlike tie dye of the 1960s where rubber bands were used, Shibori and Bandhani use the tight folds created by carefully placed (more…)

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Hardbound Sketchbook (Ages 10 – 14)


Create a one-of-a-kind sketchbook or diary with an easy book binding technique and a cloth bound hard cover. Students will create their own book cloth and add a few extra embellishments to make each book a unique work of art. This class is part of the Book Arts Weekend. View supply list here. Registration for (more…)

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Summer Art Space: Surface Design: Printing on Fabric (Ages 8 – 12)


Students will create a repeat patterned scarf with blocks and objects. Sharon will teach methods of carving motif linoleum blocks and unique designs with a mix and match of chosen motifs. Students who attend the August 15 class have the option to print over the dyed scarves to add more interest and color. If you (more…)

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Suminagashi


Suminagashi, or “floating ink,” is the process of marbling plain paper with water and ink to transform it into a vibrant and colorful design. It originated in Japan as early as the 12th century. Create your own unique print and learn more about this art form. Registration for this class will remain open until October (more…)

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Suminagashi


Suminagashi, or “floating ink,” is the process of marbling plain paper with water and ink to transform it into a vibrant and colorful design. It originated in Japan as early as the 12th century. Create your own unique print and learn more about this art form. Registration for this class will remain open until October (more…)