|when:||01.19.2013 - 04.19.2013|
|Event title||Winter 2013 Workshops and Classes at Waterfall Arts|
|Where:||Waterfall Arts Belfast - Belfast|
(Belfast, ME) This winter, Waterfall Arts will be holding workshops and classes for adults and children including paper and book arts, life drawing, clay, shumanigashi and more.
Megan Cullen will lead a four hour workshop in paper marbling, using ancient and modern techniques, on Saturday, January 19. On February 16, Abbie Read will teach gelatin printing, a low tech, and inexpensive way of making monoprints using a gelatin surface as the printing plate. Read will also teach Coptic book binding and paste paper on March 2.
A ten week clay class for young people with Linda Stec begins Wednesday, January 23 through March 27th. Stec is a master ceramic artist and enjoys working with children and teens age 5 to 15. Scholarships are available to those in need. Please call Waterfall Arts at 207-338-2222 or visit waterfallarts.org for registration and scholarship applications.
Bill Davis will lead a clay class for adults beginning Thursday, February 7, continuing to March 28, from 6:30 to 8:30 pm. He’ll teach wheel work, slab construction, hand building and glazing techniques.
Life Drawing begins again on Saturday, January 19 from 9:30 am to noon. The models usually assume long poses in this non-instructional group. Bring your own materials.
Shumanigashi, a process in which Sumi ink is floated on the surface of plain water, then transferred to a sheet of paper, creating unique monoprints, will be the subject of a workshop on Saturday, February 23rd. The workshop is appropriate age 6 and up and families are encouraged to attend.
Bridget Matros will lead February and April School Vacation Art Camps. From February 19th to 22nd (Tuesday through Friday), she preside over a Sketchers’ Studio from 9:00 am to noon. During April School Vacation, April 15 to 19, she’ll have students dive into everything having to with earth – clay, dorodango (dirt balls), seed bombs, recycled papermaking – a very earthy week. The vacation camps are designed for ages 8 to 12; space is limited and scholarship funds are available.
Waterfall Arts, located at 256 High Street in Belfast, is a non-profit arts center dedicated to creating community in harmony with nature through the transformative power of the arts. Scholarships for those in need are provided by United Mid Coast Charities, other foundations and private contributions. For more information on classes, scholarship applications, volunteering, exhibitions and studio rentals, please visit waterfallarts.org or call 207-338-2222.
|Venue||Waterfall Arts Belfast|
|Street:||256 High Street|
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|Waterfall Arts is a non-profit 501 (c)(3) contemporary arts center located in Belfast and Montville, Maine, dedicated to: - generating awareness of the deep connections between art and nature in the lives of all the people - powering understanding of the arts through classes, residencies, exhibitions and events for all ages and abilities - sourcing inspiration within our local, national and global communities Tel: (207) 338-2222 firstname.lastname@example.org|
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