It’s starting to feel like that time of year! The months where nothing feels nicer than a sip of cocoa from a mug you made yourself. Or wrapping up in a scarf you weaved. Or sending a card you drew/painted/printed — yourself.
Getting the idea?
Winter is the perfect time to get creative
And with classes starting up in January, it’s also the perfect time to get a head start on those resolutions. So here are some links to help you out:
Or, why not come say hello in person and see the Best Place to Take Classes in DC? You’re invited to our annual open house, December 8–10! Here are all the details about Artfête 2017.
Sculpture instructor George Tkabladze talks with a student in Wood & Stone Sculpture.
Can’t wait? Try a workshop
9-week classes don’t start until the new year, but we have a bunch of one- and two-day workshops coming up in November and December. These are a way to brush up on a new technique or dive in with one of our Jumpstarts.
Maybe you want to step up your photography?
“Landscape” folded rings by instructor Nick Barnes
Or spend a day or two in the jewelry studio?
You can learn from our fiber artists …
Trying out silk screen printing at Artfête.
… try your hand at printmaking …
… or learn the fundamentals of drawing and painting:
As always, if you have any questions about what class is the right fit, you can contact our school office: