We don’t want to ruin your day and say that summer’s almost over.
So instead, we’ll phrase it like this: there’s still time for more creativity before Labor Day! We have 15 different workshops going on in the next couple of weeks, starting as soon as this Friday.
One- and two-day workshops take place over the weekend, while the handful of longer workshops take place during the week: perfect for a relaxing staycation. (Are you ready for Fall already? Find the full catalog on this page.)
Basic Photographic Lighting Tools (August 19): A must-take for any photographer thinking of investing in lighting equipment.
Creative Encounter: The 30 in 30 (August 26): The day starts with 30 drawing in 30 minutes, then progresses into critique and longer (but still intuitive) pieces.
Jewelry: Fold Forming For Beginners (August 26): Produce sample pieces with each of the folding techniques, with an eye toward creating future finished pieces.
Jumpstart in Ceramics (August 26): Have (supervised) fun in the pottery studio and try something new.
Creative Encounter: The Birth of Whimsy (August 27): For the other workshop in our Creative Encounter series, students can work in any medium as they think outside the box.
The Figure in Silverpoint (August 19–20): Learn how artists drew before graphite.
Jumpstart in Enameling (August 19–20): Our Jumpstarts are designed to be a short, sweet introduction to a new art form for beginners.
Flowers From Photos (August 26–27): Paint flowers on a large scale by working from photographs.
Mastering Color (August 26–27): Learn practical color theory as you mix colors using acrylic paints.
Mixed Media Narrative Triptych (August 26–27): Start with three small wooden panels, add personal images, and paint to create a narrative triptych.
Mosaic Stepping Stones (August 26–27): Create a mosaic that can survive rain, wind, snow, and boots.
Draw the Portrait/Sculpt the Portrait (August 21–23): For intermediate artists; each day begins with sculpture and moves on to drawing.
A Week in Thomas, West Virginia (August 21–25): Led by three instructors, participants can study painting or sculpture as they wish.
Design and Composition for Abstract Acrylic (August 21–25): Work on developing a whole view of the process of your work, and avoid common traps for abstract artists.
You can view the full, brand-new catalog online.