Saturday: 11:00 AM to 3:30 PM
Bring a Bagged Lunch!
Class Fee Now $20.00!
For ages 14+
This workshop will take participants through some of the history of paper marbling and into creation of their own pieces using various techniques and tools. Paper marbling is a method of aqueous surface design (design on a fluid surface), which can produce patterns similar to smooth marble or other kinds of stone.
7:00-9:30 Tuesdays, Feb 26 to May 7 (10 weeks, no class March 26): $230.00
An introductory class to hand building with clay as well as making pots on the wheel. Slab, coil and extruded form will be explored, and basic forms on the wheel. Combining of hand built and wheel-thrown forms may be included as well. Designed for new students as well as those who have some clay experience. Price includes glazes and firings, and one bag of clay. REGISTER BY February 20.
7:00-10:00 Mondays, Feb 25 to April 29: $200.00
Designed for pottery students who are looking to commit to practicing their skills with feedback, this program will have 12 hours total instructor feedback time divided between 3 or 4 of the Monday nights (Will be determined as needed). Additionally, key access is included: students will have access to the pottery studio at any time. Firing for one box of clay is included. Students are required to provide their own clay and tools. Prerequisite: As this this program is very much focussed on independent skill development, it is best suited to students who have taken three or more pottery classes, are comfortable with fundamental skills such as centering, opening, and forming basic shapes, and understand the basics of how to properly dry clay, attach handles, etc. *note: You are welcome to participate in this program without attending the group throwing time, but instructor feedback will happen on Monday nights TBD. REGISTER BY February 20.
Saturday, April 13 9:00-5:00 and Sunday April 14 10:00-12:00: $125.00
Students will work to create an egg basket in this two day workshop. Basic weaving techniques will be taught and students can expect to complete the project in class time. A juried member of the Saskatchewan Craft Council, Beth started weaving in 1991 at Crete Nebraska, and learned Willow weaving in Saskatchewan. She is largely self-taught, and enjoys creating her own designs. Her work in watercolour and clay influence the development of her weavings. Her weavings are in collections across Canada. Beth’s classes are focused on fun, learning, and exploring your colour and textural choices, while developing your skills as a basket weaver. REGISTER BY APRIL 5.
Wednesdays, March 6 to April 10 (6 weeks) 7:00-9:30pm.
Register by October 30.
Cost: $160.00, plus glass (approx. minimum $20.00 --based on chosen project). Tools will be provided
This course will introduce students to the exciting possibilities of stained glass art. You will learn about the tools and techniques, the different styles of glass, how to solder, and how to clean a completed project. You will leave this class with the skills necessary to go forward to work on your own personal projects. For participants who have taken classes previously, you will continue to develop glass skills and are welcome to choose a more advanced project with instructor input and support. REGISTER BY FEBRUARY 20.