Wednesdays

Drawing with Colored Pencil with Allison Berkner

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April 24 @ 2:20 am

The objective of this course would be to learn the basics of colored pencils, different types of paper, color theory, and drawing skills. · Ideally, the students will create 3 or 4 total drawings in colored pencil.  The technique would be for the instructor to have the class do color…

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Casting with Lisa Johnson

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April 24 @ 2:20 am

Students will wax carve a pendant or ring that they will learn how to sprue and invest for centrifugal casting.  Casting organic matter such as a leaf, bug, branch, etc…will also be introduced. Cleaning up your object and finishing techniques will be demonstrated. You will need to purchase sterling silver…

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3D Printing for Ceramic Applications with Ron Shaw

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April 24 @ 2:20 am

In this introduction to 3D printing, you will learn the workflow of creating custom objects for use specifically with ceramics. Students will learn to use TinkerCad to design their own unique ceramic tools such as cookie cutters, stamps, extruder dies, wire tools, and personalized and customized tool caddy. This class includes simple…

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Abstract Painting with Jim Rigg

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April 24 @ 2:20 am

This class is a fun introduction to abstract painting. Jim will demonstrate this in a step-by-step approach. You will select your own personal color palette, work on drawing and composition, and create a dynamic image of your own design. You will explore a variety of techniques unique to abstract painting…

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Around the Wheel

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April 24 @ 2:20 am

In this 2 hour wheel class, students will cover the fundamentals of the potter’s wheel. From there students will learn how to make vessels, such as cups and bowls. Each student will walk away having completed 3-4 of their very own thrown creations. All supplies included- no experience necessary.

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Youth Sculpture Ages 7-12 with Amalia Mermingas

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April 24 @ 2:20 am

In this mixed media sculpture class, students will learn to work with a variety of sculptural materials such as air-dry clay, papier-mâché, plaster, and cardboard. Students will learn to plan a sculpture and then problem-solve to bring it to life. We will cut, glue, tear, sculpt and paint to make…

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Photographing Jupiter Florida (Intermediate to Advanced DSLR and Mirrorless Photographers Field Trips plus Lightroom Editing) with Bob Gibson

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April 24 @ 2:20 am

Explore the wilds and waterscapes around Jupiter Florida while supercharging your photography skills! The group meets at 7:30 each Wednesday at Jupiter’s most scenic parks and natural Areas such as Riverbend Park, Pine Glades Natural Area, Coral Cove Beach Park, Dubois Park, Juno Pier, and Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse Outstanding Natural…

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An Introduction to the iPhone Camera with Mark Stall

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April 24 @ 2:20 am

The iPhone is one of the world’s most frequently used cameras. Mark’s workshop will demonstrate how to improve everyday photos so you’re ready for any situation. Mark considers the iPhone his  ”Digital Brownie Camera” due to its simplicity. iPhones are digital darkrooms with sophisticated apps empowering you to do so…

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Fun with Oils with Pam Ayres

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April 24 @ 2:20 am

Learn the exciting medium of oil paint. Explore basic design and color mixing techniques to gain confidence, and develop your skills to produce beautiful paintings. Fun With Oils Supply List

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Advanced Wheel with Chad Steve

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April 24 @ 2:20 am

This hands-on class includes pottery wheel and glaze demonstrations, critiques, slip application, kiln-loading, and firing. Types of vessel construction covered in this class include platters, jars, pouring vessels, and other large forms and beyond.

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