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JE-107-20 VIRTUAL CLASS - Watercolor Basics with John Erwin

VIRTUAL CLASS - WATERCOLOR BASICS with John Erwin

Watercolor can be elusive and challenging.  John Erwin instructs in a way that creates successful paintings.
In this class you will learn the basics of color and design to create well balanced paintings.  John will instruct on how to start and complete a painting.  Each week you will build techniques and skills to guide you into more complex, finished paintings.

For beginning watercolor students

 

Tuesdays, 9:30 am - 12:30 pm  |  April 14 - May 19, 2020 (no class 4/21)  |  5 sessions  |  $175

Price: $175.00

Date: April 14, 2020

Available Spaces: 8

JE-108-20 VIRTUAL CLASS - Watercolor Techniques with John Erwin

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VIRTUAL CLASS - WATERCOLOR TECHNIQUES with John Erwin

Watercolor can be elusive and challenging, even to those that have worked in the medium before.  John Erwin instructs in a way that helps experienced watercolor students create more successful paintings than ever before.

In this class you will learn the basics of color and design to create well balanced paintings. John will instruct on how to start and complete a painting.  Each week you will build techniques and skills to guide you into more complex, finished paintings.

For intermediate/advanced watercolor students

Tuesdays  1:00 pm - 4:00 p.m.  |  April 14 - May 19, 2020 (no class 4/21)  |  5 sessions  |  $175

Price: $175.00

Date: April 14, 2020

Available Spaces: 1

EE-150-20 VIRTUAL CLASS - Advanced Colored Pencil Techniques with Elliott Everson

VIRTUAL CLASS - ADVANCED COLORED PENCIL TECHNIQUES with Elliott Everson

Join us to further your learning about the variety of uses and techniques of colored pencil drawing including different pencil strokes, blending, layering colors, burnishing, as well as other tools and materials.

Use colored pencils to achieve realistic colors and textures to create drawings of man made or natural subjects, animals, plants, landscapes, shiny or rusty cars, or a glass vase of flowers. Returning students will continue learning and refining techniques, try new subjects and textures or surfaces. Come to work on a current project or start a new idea. Have fun!   Basic experience required.

Wednesdays  |  9:30am - 12:30 pm  |  April 15 - May 27,  2020  |  7 Sessions  |  $245

Price: $245.00

Date: April 15, 2020

Available Spaces: 7

DW-59-20 VIRTUAL CLASS - Building a Body of Work in Ceramics with Danielle Wood

VIRTUAL CLASS - BUILDING A BODY OF WORK IN CERAMICS with Danielle Wood

In this class, students will be encouraged to focus on a body of work, exploring themes and forms they like to use for their ceramic artwork. A variety of different handbuilding ideas and techniques will be presented each class. Students can bring a work in progress, come with a project in mind or try a new technique in class.

The students will have the opportunity to try out different different forms using slab work, coiling, pinch pots, press molds, drape and slump molds. Students will have the opportunity to work with cone 5 glazes, paper transfers, decals and lusters. Group and individual discussions and demonstrations will be available based on the developing needs of the students. In this class, students will encouraged to explore new ways of working in the themes of their artwork and to try out new techniques!

Skill Level: Some Ceramic Experience Encouraged

Clay Request: *If clay is not requested it will be assumed that no clay is needed.

Wednesdays  |  1:00-4:00 pm  |  April 15 - May 27, 2020 |  7 sessions  |  Class fee: $245  |  Materials fee:  $15 studio fee (required) and $30 for clay (optional)

Price: $245.00

Date: April 15, 2020

Available Spaces: 9

DW-60-20 VIRTUAL CLASS - Ceramics: Exploring Glaze & Color with Danielle Wood

VIRTUAL CLASS - CERAMICS: EXPLORING GLAZE & COLOR with Danielle Wood

In this class, students will have the opportunity to explore glaze and color. The students will be able to try different glazing techniques with cone 5 glazes, decals, paper transfers, lusters, and china painting. Discussions and demonstrations will be tailored to the developing needs of each artist.

Different handbuilding techniques will also be demonstrated including slab building, coiling, pinch pots, press molds, and drape/slump molds. Discussions will also include how to apply glazes efficiently, feathering glazes, making washes with oxides, and many more techniques. Discussions on the different types of glazes and their firing temperatures will also be available. There will be a glaze intensive, with the opportunity to test different glazes, so that each student will have the opportunity to discover their own palette of glazes for their ceramic artwork.

Clay Request:

*If clay is not requested it will be assumed that no clay is needed

Skill Level: Some experience with clay is encouraged

Fridays  |  9:30 am - 12:30 pm  |  April 17 - May 29, 2020 |  7 sessions  |  Class fee: $245  |  Materials fee:  $15 studio fee (required) and $30 for clay (optional)

Price: $245.00

Date: April 17, 2020

Available Spaces: 8

KH-03-20 Whimsical Ceramic Planters with Kimberly Harris

WHIMSICAL CERAMIC PLANTERS with Kimberly Harris

In this workshop, students will learn to create simple, fun planters that will be manipulated from solid blocks of clay. Patterns can be stamped or carved onto the planter. Accessories like handles and legs can be created in a wide variety of forms. Kimberly will be giving demos and providing examples of finished planters for reference.

After the first class, the planters will be bisque-fired. During the second class, students will have an opportunity to add patterns and designs to their planters with glazes and underglazes.

Upon completion of this workshop, students can expect to end up with about 4 to 6 finished planters.

All levels.

Saturday, May 2 & 9, 2020  |  10:00 - 2:00  p.m.  |  $120, plus $25 materials fee paid directly to the instructor the first day of class

 

Price: $120.00

Date: May 2, 2020

Available Spaces: 4

AA-02-20 Saturday Art Club with Amanda Adkins

SATURDAY ART CLUB with Amanda Adkins

Each Saturday, instructor Amanda Adkins will guide students, ages 8 - 12, through a different art project! Students will be working with watercolor, creating a folk painting with acrylics, and exploring printmaking. While students learn new skills, students will be encouraged to have fun and express themselves creatively!

Saturdays, May 2 - 23, 2020 | 11:00 am - 1:00 p.m. | 4 Sessions

Class Fee: $100

Materials Fee: $10 paid to instructor on first day of class 

 

 

Price: $100.00

Date: May 2, 2020

Available Spaces: 10

AJ-102-20 Beginning & Intermediate Pottery with Alan Jones

BEGINNING & INTERMEDIATE POTTERY with Alan Jones

If you have ever wanted to learn how to work with clay, this is the class for you.  Alan Jones is a Phoenix icon.  He has been a professional ceramic artist for decades, generously sharing his knowledge and skill through his teaching.

Beginning Students:

Beginner-level instruction will keep students focused on their goals. They will learn to control clay on the potters wheel and practice basic shapes to get their pottery adventure started!

Intermediate Students:

The focus will be on creating functional pots. Students will learn what to do now that they are at the level that they can control the clay. The intermediate class projects will guide students towards mastery!

Open to all levels

Mondays | 1:00-4:00 pm | May 4 - June 1, 2020 **June 1 session will be held at an alternative location or a different date/time  | 5 sessions  | $175, plus Materials Fee: $15 studio fee (required), $15 for clay (optional)

Price: $175.00

Date: May 4, 2020

Available Spaces: 1

AJ-103-20 Intermediate & Advanced Pottery with Alan Jones

INTERMEDIATE & ADVANCED POTTERY with Alan Jones

Intermediate Students:

Students will take their pottery-making ability to the next level. They will perfect the skills that they learned as a beginner, and adapt them to evolve their own unique pottery style. Progress will be made by working on different projects each session. Working with clay becomes more relaxing and fun as basic skills are mastered!

Advanced Students:
Now that students have really sharpened their skills, they will begin to design their own successful projects. Advanced students will focus on creating functional pottery that works well, and looks good doing it. Students will be given the choice of working along with the class projects or working on their own ideas. Either way, they will explore the process of bringing creative ideas to life.

Focused on furthering your skill level

Mondays | 9:30 am-12:30 pm | May 4 - June 1, 2020 **June 1 will be held at an alternative location or a different date/time | 5 sessions  | $175, plus Materials fee: $15 studio fee (required) and $15 clay (optional)

Price: $175.00

Date: May 4, 2020

Available Spaces: 6

AJ-104-20 Pottery Open Studio with Alan Jones

POTTERY OPEN STUDIO with Alan Jones

This is a class for students that would like to work on their own projects at their own pace. The freedom of the studio environment will allow students to work with intense focus, or with expansive contemplation. The instructor will be available to offer guidance on an individual basis.

Alan Jones is a Phoenix icon.  He has been a professional ceramic artist for decades, generously sharing his knowledge and skill through his teaching.

NOTE: The Pottery Open Studio class is open to ceramics students currently enrolled at the Shemer Art Center, regardless of instructor. The fee, provided there is space, is $35 each class. No materials fee is charged.

 

 

Open to all levels

Mondays | 6:00-9:00 pm | May 4 - June 1, 2020 **June 1 will be held at an alternative location or a different date/time | 6 sessions  | $175, plus Materials Fee: $15 studio fee (required) and $15 for clay (optional)

Price: $175.00

Date: May 4, 2020

Available Spaces: 5

SH-109-20 VIRTUAL CLASS - Mixed Media and Collage with Sue Hunter

     

VIRTUAL CLASS - MIXED MEDIA AND COLLAGE with Sue Hunter

The arts of mixed media and collage offer an endless array of creative techniques. This class is perfect for students who would like to add new dimensions to their creative process or beginners who want the freedom to experiment. Create either traditional or abstract designs using acrylic paints and mark making tools for texture.

Processes using materials such as molding paste, fiber paste, tar gel, gesso, paper, and stencils will be demonstrated.   Build textures and layers with handmade stamps and objects used as stamps. This class also provides instruction on how to under paint images and create unique papers for collaging. There is no limit to how far the imagination can go!

Open to all levels.

Tuesdays  |  9:30 am - 12:30 pm  | May 5 - 26, 2020  |  4 Sessions  |  $140

Price: $140.00

Date: May 5, 2020

Available Spaces: 10

EE-148-20 VIRTUAL CLASS: Drawing Basics with Elliott Everson


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VIRTUAL CLASS - DRAWING BASICS with Elliott Everson

Everyone can learn to draw and this class will get you started.

Drawing requires learning how to observe correctly and record what you see.

Students will learn the essentials of proportion, line, shading, perspective and composition, and use basic drawing techniques to create realistic pencil drawings of still life, landscapes and more, with natural and man made textures and subjects.

Learning to draw accurately will provide you with an excellent foundation for additional drawing, colored pencil, painting and other art classes. Returning students will continue learning and refining techniques, try new subjects and textures or surfaces. Come to work on a current project or start a new idea. Have fun!

All Levels

Tuesdays  |  9:30am - 12:30 pm  |  May 5 - 26, 2020   |  4  Sessions   |   $140

Price: $140.00

Date: May 5, 2020

Available Spaces: 5

EE-149-20 VIRTUAL CLASS - Colored Pencil Techniques with Elliott Everson

VIRTUAL CLASS - COLORED PENCIL TECHNIQUES  with Elliott Everson

Join us in learning about basic techniques of colored pencil drawing.

Instruction will include different pencil strokes, blending, layering colors, and burnishing, as well as the use of other tools and materials.

Use colored pencils to achieve realistic color and texture in your drawing of your  subject be it animal, plant, landscape, shiny or rusty cars, or a glass vase of flowers!  Returning students will continue learning and refining techniques, try new subjects and textures or surfaces.

Come to work on a current project or start a new idea. Have fun!

All Levels

Tuesdays  |  1:00 - 4:00 pm  |   May 5 - 26, 2020  |  4 Sessions  |  $140

Price: $140.00

Date: May 5, 2020

Available Spaces: 8

JGP-32-20 Watercolor Unleashed: Rocks with Petroglyphs with Julie Gilbert Pollard

WATERCOLOR UNLEASHED: ROCKS WITH PETROGLYPHS with Julie Gilbert Pollard

Arizona’s ancient native American artists recorded their artistic statements on rocks and boulders that we now marvel at and appreciate. In this class, students will study rocks as landscape material and incorporate their role as a canvas for the ancients in their painting. A reference photo will be provided but students are welcome to use their own if they prefer.

There will be demos, instruction at all levels as needed, one-on-one critique and lots of painting time. Class time will be structured, yet open enough to accommodate the artistic spirit within us all. All levels are welcome and encouraged to attend. The only prerequisite is an attitude of joy in the act of painting!

Tuesdays | 1:00 - 4:00 pm | May 5 - 26, 2020 | 4 sessions  | $140

Price: $140.00

Date: May 5, 2020

Available Spaces: 10

SH-110-20 VIRTUAL CLASS - Painting Open Studio with Sue Hunter

VIRTUAL CLASS - PAINTING OPEN STUDIO with Sue Hunter

Learn to develop and clarify your painting style while expanding your technical skills in this studio class.
Sue will tailor discussions and demonstrations to the developing needs of each student-artist. As the class progresses, students will have the opportunity to learn ways of adding other media to their paintings.

Prerequisite: Previous painting experience. Bring a blank canvas or a work in progress, images, reference materials, or a sample of finished work, and painting supplies you currently use to the first class; suggestions for additional materials will be discussed at that time.  All media welcome.

Wednesdays  |  9:30 am-12:30 pm  | May 6 - 27, 2020  |  4 Sessions  |  $140

Price: $140.00

Date: May 6, 2020

Available Spaces: 11

LN-19-20 VIRTUAL CLASS - Printmaking: Silkscreen & Intaglio Printing with Larry Nisula

VIRTUAL CLASS -PRINTMAKING: SILKSCREEN & INTAGLIO PRINTING with Larry Nisula

In this class, students will learn the basics of silkscreen printing. The traditional methods of using photo emulsion and cut stencils to create unique and exciting prints will be explored. Students will move on to discover how to work with brushed on color, as well as the process behind traditional color registration.

Larry will demonstrate techniques as the class progresses. Students will also learn the process of creating intaglio prints. Common techniques include using both drypoint and the etching of copper plates. When printing their plates, students will also have an opportunity to learn about and use the etching presses. Note: These printmaking processes involve chemicals and harsh solvents. The instructor will take time to explain proper safety measures.

Skill Level: Beginner and Intermediate

Wednesdays | 1:00 - 4:00 pm |  May 6 - 27, 2020  |  4 sessions  |  $140, plus $35 materials fee

Price: $140.00

Date: May 6, 2020

Available Spaces: 8

JE-109-20 VIRTUAL CLASS - Artisan Printmaking with John Erwin

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VIRTUAL CLASS - ARTISAN PRINTMAKING with John Erwin

Learn the hands-on art of printmaking and create hand-pulled prints.  Join John on this adventure as you explore traditional and experimental forms of printmaking.  The centuries-old process is easy and fun under the direction of this gifted artist and instructor.  Printmaking opens you to a new form of expression and helps you to reevaluate your approach to art making.

Experience the excitement of converting your designs into original prints! In this class you will learn to make your own unique marks and stamps that will become cards or artwork.  Explore mixing colors and printing on a variety of papers including colorful Japanese rice paper and an array of artist papers.

Most of the materials will be provided including carving tools, inks and a press.

All Levels
Thursdays  |  9:30- 12:30 p.m.  | May 7 - 28, 2020 | 4 sessions  $140

 

Price: $140.00

Date: May 7, 2020

Available Spaces: 8

LD-24-20 VIRTUAL CLASS - Drawing Realistic Portraits with Ludmila Demich

VIRTUAL CLASS - DRAWING REALISTIC PORTRAITS with Ludmila Demich

The focus of this class will be learning how to draw a portrait. Students will get introduced to and familiar with concepts like: composition, structural approach, proportions of the head and position of the head. As well as building value, light and shadow and defining features of the face.

Everything a student needs to know will be covered. Students will surprise friends, and themselves with their excellent results!
This class is for beginners.

Thursdays  |  1:00 - 4:00 pm  | May 7 - 28, 2020  |  4 Sessions  |  $140

Price: $140.00

Date: May 7, 2020

Available Spaces: 6

LD-25-20 VIRTUAL CLASS - Drawing Atelier with Ludmila Demich

VIRTUAL CLASS - DRAWING ATELIER with Ludmila Demich

In this class, students will learn how to draw using the principles of past and present masters, through a series of exercises that will guide them from the first line to the finished drawing. The class will begin with students copying a masterwork of art.

Later in the class, students will use the skills they have acquired to create their own original pieces.

Master copy drawing was such an important part of the Renaissance art training that the list of practitioners is a “who’s who” of art history. The great masters, like Leonardo da Vinci, Raphael, Michelangelo, Delacroix, Peter Paul Rubens and many others followed this historic discipline of master copy drawing.

Come and learn to draw like the masters!

Thursdays  |  9:30 - 12:30 pm 

May 7 - 28, 2020 |  4 Sessions  | $140

Price: $140.00

Date: May 7, 2020

Available Spaces: 8

SH-111-20 VIRTUAL CLASS - Oil/Acrylic Open Studio with Sue Hunter

VIRTUAL CLASS - OIL/ACRYLIC OPEN STUDIO with Sue Hunter

In this class students will be working in oil or acrylic paint. They will learn to develop and clarify their painting style while expanding their technical skills in this studio class.

Sue will tailor discussions and demonstrations to the developing needs of each student-artist. As the class progresses, students will have the opportunity to learn ways of adding other media to their paintings.

Prerequisite: Previous painting experience. Bring a blank canvas or a work in progress, images, reference materials, or a sample of finished work, and painting supplies you currently use to the first class; suggestions for additional materials will be discussed at that time.

Thursdays  |  9:30 am-12:30 pm  | May 7 - 28, 2020  |  4 Sessions  |  $140

Price: $140.00

Date: May 7, 2020

Available Spaces: 12

JKM-17-20 VIRTUAL CLASS - Ceramic Figure Sculpture with Jane Kelsey-Mapel

 

VIRTUAL CLASS - CERAMIC FIGURE SCULPTURE with Jane Kelsey-Mapel

This class will be an exciting exploration of the human and/or animal form in clay. Jane will discuss basic anatomy and structure and will demonstrate both hand building and traditional modeling techniques to create studies of heads, hands and torsos.

Surface finishes will include the use of underglazes, stains and glazes. The ultimate goal of this class is for students to have fun while learning about clay, the figure and developing their own personal style. Note: live models will not be used, students may work from photographs and/or their imagination.

Jane Kelsey-Mapel is an Arizona artist known for her narrative ceramic figure sculptures. She holds a bachelor's degree in Art from Arizona State University and a master's degree in Ceramics from the University of North Texas. Her work is held in numerous public and private collections and has been featured in U.S. and international publications.

All Levels

Thursdays | 1:00 - 4:00 pm | May 7- 28, 2020| 4 sessions  | $245, plus Materials fee: $15 studio fee (required) and $15 clay (optional)

Price: $140.00

Date: May 7, 2020

Available Spaces: 9

LT-07-20 Glass Enamel Painting: Starry Night with Lauren Toth

GLASS ENAMEL PAINTING: STARRY NIGHT with Lauren Toth

In this workshop, students will create a glass enamel painting. Students will learn how to mix and apply fine glass enamels onto a glass substrate that give the artwork dimension. The subject matter for this artwork will be the famous painting, “The Starry Night” by Vincent Van Gogh. Patterns will be provided, along with glass, enamels and tools. Finished artwork will measure 8”x6”, and will be available for pick up within a week of class.

All levels.

Friday, May 8, 2020  |  1:00 - 4:00 p.m.  |  $60, plus $20 materials fee paid directly to the instructor the first day of class

 

Price: $60.00

Date: May 8, 2020

Available Spaces: 7

JE-110-19 VIRTUAL CLASS - Travel Photo Sketching with John Erwin

VIRTUAL CLASS - TRAVEL PHOTO SKETCHING  with John Erwin

In this class, students will learn how to use their photos as sketch material to create a personal sketchbook. This class will cover perspective, sketching, and design.

Students will also learn how apply color to sketches. There will be an emphasis on landscape and architecture. Students are encouraged to come and have fun turning their photos into lasting sketch memories.

All Levels

Friday  |  9:30 am-12:30 pm  | May 8 - June 5, 2020 |  4 sessions  |  $140

 

Price: $140.00

Date: May 8, 2020

Available Spaces: 6

EE-151-20 VIRTUAL CLASS - Drawing Open Studio with Elliott Everson

VIRTUAL CLASS - DRAWING OPEN STUDIO with Elliott Everson

Join Elliott Everson in an open studio setting.  New and returning students continue learning and refining drawing techniques, try new subjects and learn to use new textures or surfaces.Come to work on a current project or start a new idea. Elliott will provide one-on-one or group instruction depending on the needs of the students.

This is a tremendous opportunity to push your drawing skills to a new level in an open setting.  Use colored pencils or graphite.  Open to all Levels.  Have fun!

Fridays  |  9:30 am-12:30 pm  | May 8 - June 5, 2020 (no class 5/15)  |  4 Sessions  |  $140

Price: $140.00

Date: May 8, 2020

Available Spaces: 8

AV-07-20 VIRTUAL CLASS - Expressive Acrylic Basics with Agustin Vargas

VIRTUAL CLASS - EXPRESSIVE ACRYLIC BASICS with Agustin Vargas

This workshop is for students who seek to be paint with more freedom, expression, and spontaneity in acrylics! Students will learn to loosen up and tap into their own creative flow. Inhibitions will be lost as they learn to trust the process and let the journey of painting guide them.

The instructor will encourage freedom of expression while giving tutorials on creating a firm foundation of structure of a painting. Topics will include shape, value, color, edges and center of interest. All who attend will be able to apply the lessons learned to their own style of painting.

Fridays  |  1:00 - 4:00 pm  | May 8 - 29, 2020  |  4 Sessions  |  $140

Price: $140.00

Date: May 8, 2020

Available Spaces: 7

BB-20-20 Oil and Cold Wax Medium with Barbara Bagan

OIL AND COLD WAX MEDIUM: An Introduction and Way Beyond with Barbara Bagan

This class is for beginners as well as those who have some experience with oil and cold wax.

Participants will explore a variety of substrates/surfaces including oil paper, Mutilmedia Art Board, and cradled boards. Essential tools and various techniques for “mark-making” and scraping will be demonstrated. Students will learn how to add collage, stencils, and other materials to the oil and cold wax piece. In addition, we will discuss steps to finishing the final piece—to mat and frame or mount, to wax or varnish, to paint, varnish, or wax the sides of the board.

In this class we will play, experiment, and create endless opportunities for “happy accidents” which occur almost effortlessly when oil and cold wax are combined.

 

Fridays | May 8 - 29, 2020 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 pm | 4 sessions | $140

Price: $140.00

Date: May 8, 2020

Available Spaces: 10

WW-36-20 Wild About Watercolor with John Erwin

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Wild About Watercolor with John Erwin

Join us for a fun night of watercolor painting with John Erwin and you’ll be surprised what you can learn in just a few creative hours! You’ll enjoy the comfortable atmosphere of this light-hearted class and you’ll leave with at least one beautiful, completed painting!

Each month you will be introduced to the techniques of watercolor painting.  You’ll learn the basics as well as some advanced techniques as you continue attending this fun-filled event.  All supplies will be provided. Only a willingness to try something new is required!

Appetizers and beverages will be provided.  Space is limited so reserve your spot now for this month's Wild about Watercolor class at the Shemer Art Center!

All Levels
Thursday 6:00-8:00 pm | May 14, 2020 | 1 session

$30 per person

Price: $30.00

Date: May 14, 2020

Available Spaces: 18

LV-01-20 Small Wire Sculptures with Linda Vahrenkamp

SMALL WIRE SCULPTURES with Linda Vahrenkamp

In this workshop, students will be working with bendable, flexible wire and bases to create several sculptures. They will have access to a wide variety of materials to adorn their sculpture, such as beads, old junk costume jewelry parts, or even polished rocks and stones. Students will be encouraged to use their imagination and let the materials guide them to create unique artworks.

** Students are encouraged, but not required to bring a laptop

All Levels

Saturday May 16, 2020 |  10:00am - 1:00pm

$60, plus $30 materials fee paid to the instructors on first day.

Price: $60.00

Date: May 16, 2020

Available Spaces: 10

AJ-105-20 Throwing Large Pots with Alan Jones

THROWING LARGE POTS with Alan Jones

In this workshop, students will have the opportunity to take their wheel-throwing skills a step further by learning to throw larger pots. Once a student is able to throw successful vessels, there is a unique learning curve when it comes to throwing pots that are larger than the standard size. Alan Jones, a master potter, will be guiding experienced wheel-throwing students to create aesthetically-pleasing large vessels that have symmetry and proper thickness.

Prior Wheel-Throwing Experience Required

Saturday | 10:00 am - 1:00 pm | May 16, 2020 | 1 session | $60, plus Materials Fee: $15 for clay (optional)

Price: $60.00

Date: May 16, 2020

Available Spaces: 7

FF-25-20 Family Fun Night with Linda Arandas

FAMILY FUN NIGHT with Linda Arandas

Join us for a fun night of creating mixed media art with Linda Arandas!

Moms, daughters, dads and sons, and even friends who are like family, will enjoy the evening. Students will be surprised what they can learn in just a few creative hours!

Instruction will include a variety of mixed media techniques that Linda uses in creating her licensed art (painting, collaging, lettering, drawing, stamping and stitching - to name a few). All supplies are provided. Attendees will enjoy a light-hearted atmosphere while learning something new. Everyone will leave with at least one completed project.

Class includes appetizers and beverages.  Space is limited, so call today to reserve your place now for this month's Family Fun Night at the Shemer Art Center!

*Designed for adults and children ages 8 and up.

All Levels
Thursday | 6:00-8:00 pm  | May 21, 2020 | 1 session

$20

Price: $20.00

Date: May 21, 2020

Available Spaces: 18

DH-08-20 Mosaic Letter with Dave Hanson

MOSAIC LETTER with Dave Hanson

In this workshop, will create an eye-popping mosaic on their letter of choice. Materials to be explored will include glass, colored mirrors, millefiori, beads, and dichroic glass. The natural curves, sweeps and bends of the letters create a plethora of design opportunities, and these will guide the pattern as students explore the movement in mosaics, and the power of contrasting colors and textures.

The first day of the workshop, Dave Hanson will discuss the basics of creating mosaics and students will create a mosaic using the shape of their letter of choice. On the second day, students will choose their grout color to make their mosaic pop and complete their project.

 

** Please send an email after registering to andie@shemerartcenter.org with your letter of choice at least two weeks prior to the workshop.

Saturday, May 23, 2020  |  10 a.m. - 4 p.m.  |  $180, plus $20 materials fee paid directly to the instructor the first day of class

Workshop Wrap-Up on Saturday, May 30, 2020  |  10 a.m. - 1 p.m.

Price: $180.00

Date: May 23, 2020

Available Spaces: 8

SC-20-01 Summer Camp - Week 1

SC-20 -01  Week 1 Summer Camp

 

Daily instruction for children and teens ages 6 – 13 (grouped by age) will be offered from 9 a.m. – 4 p.m., with three teaching sessions per day plus two half-hour breaks.  Classes will include drawing, painting and ceramics, each taught by professional artists and instructors, with an Art Show on the last day!  Students will be grouped by age and abilities, and should bring a lunch, snack and water bottle each day.

Please be sure to call Shemer Art Center with questions or if you need assistance registering your budding artists!

Waiting lists are being compiled for each week so if you are interested in having your child attend the Shemer Art Center Summer Camps give us a call and we”ll add your name!

Week One:  June 1 - 5, 2020 |  9 am - 4 pm |   $250 (select "Sibling Discount Price" for $15 off your second registration)

Price: $250.00

Date: June 1, 2020

Available Spaces: 13

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SC-20-02  Week 2 Summer Camp

 

Daily instruction for children and teens ages 6 – 13 (grouped by age) will be offered from 9 a.m. – 4 p.m., with three teaching sessions per day plus two half-hour breaks.  Classes will include drawing, painting and ceramics, each taught by professional artists and instructors, with an Art Show on the last day!  Students will be grouped by age and abilities, and should bring a lunch, snack and water bottle each day.

Please be sure to call Shemer Art Center with questions or if you need assistance registering your budding artists!

Waiting lists are being compiled for each week so if you are interested in having your child attend the Shemer Art Center Summer Camps give us a call and we”ll add your name!

Week Two:  June 8 - 12, 2020 |  9 am - 4 pm |   $250 (select "Sibling Discount Price" for $15 off your second registration)

Price: $250.00

Date: June 8, 2020

Available Spaces: 19

SC-20-03 Summer Camp - Week 3

SC-20-03  Week 3 Summer Camp

 

Daily instruction for children and teens ages 6 – 13 (grouped by age) will be offered from 9 a.m. – 4 p.m., with three teaching sessions per day plus two half-hour breaks.  Classes will include drawing, painting and ceramics, each taught by professional artists and instructors, with an Art Show on the last day!  Students will be grouped by age and abilities, and should bring a lunch, snack and water bottle each day.

Please be sure to call Shemer Art Center with questions or if you need assistance registering your budding artists!

Waiting lists are being compiled for each week so if you are interested in having your child attend the Shemer Art Center Summer Camps give us a call and we”ll add your name!

Week Three:  June 15 - 19, 2020 |  9 am - 4 pm |   $250 (select "Sibling Discount Price" for $15 off your second registration)

Price: $250.00

Date: June 15, 2020

Available Spaces: 6

SC-20-04 Summer Camp - Week 4

SC-20-04  Week 4 Summer Camp

 

Daily instruction for children and teens ages 6 – 13 (grouped by age) will be offered from 9 a.m. – 4 p.m., with three teaching sessions per day plus two half-hour breaks.  Classes will include drawing, painting and ceramics, each taught by professional artists and instructors, with an Art Show on the last day!  Students will be grouped by age and abilities, and should bring a lunch, snack and water bottle each day.

Please be sure to call Shemer Art Center with questions or if you need assistance registering your budding artists!

Waiting lists are being compiled for each week so if you are interested in having your child attend the Shemer Art Center Summer Camps give us a call and we”ll add your name!

Week Four:  June 22-26, 2020 |  9 am - 4 pm |   $250 (select "Sibling Discount Price" for $15 off your second registration)

Price: $250.00

Date: June 22, 2020

Available Spaces: 19

JGP-32-20 Watercolor Unleashed: Wet & Wild Ocean with Julie Gilbert Pollard

WATERCOLOR UNLEASHED: WET & WILD OCEAN with Julie Gilbert Pollard

Paint the misty, crashing, salty ocean waves and learn to apply the “anatomy” of an ocean wave to a watercolor painting. A reference photo will be provided but students are welcome to use their own if they prefer.

There will be demos, instruction at all levels as needed, one-on-one critique and lots of painting time. Class time will be structured, yet open enough to accommodate the artistic spirit within us all. All levels are welcome and encouraged to attend. The only prerequisite is an attitude of joy in the act of painting!

Tuesdays | 1:00 - 4:00 pm | July 7 - 28, 2020 | 4 sessions  | $140

Price: $140.00

Date: July 7, 2020

Available Spaces: 10

AC-02-20 See It, Feel It: People’s Intuitive Reactions to Famous Art with Dan Hill

SEE IT, FEEL IT: PEOPLE'S INTUITIVE REACTIONS TO FAMOUS ART with Dan Hill

Every wonder what a person's actual experience is when they are standing before a work of art? It’s time to get the “inside scoop.” Prepare yourself for the fascinating results from the largest study ever done involving eye tracking and art, plus facial coding to learn precisely not only where people look but also how they feel about what they are seeing.

This lecture draws on insights gathered across the mediums of painting, photography, sculpture and ready-made installations from the Renaissance to the latest in contemporary works. “Art is either plagiarism or revolution,” wrote Paul Gauguin. Welcome to revolution. You won’t find another art lecture like this anywhere else.

Dan Hill, Ph.D., is an internationally recognized expert on emotions and imagery, and has given keynote lectures in over 25 countries. His media coverage includes appearances on ABC’s “Good Morning, America,” NBC’s “The Today Show” and front-page coverage in The New York Times.

Thursday, October 22, 2020  |  5:30 - 7:30 p.m.   |  $20 per person 

Price: $20.00

Date: October 22, 2020

Available Spaces: 22