Arts and Crafts
Please note: Programs are currently not taking place due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Are you an artist or have you ever dreamed of becoming one? Why not take advantage of one of our fabulous art classes!
Ages: 50 & over Class limit: 15
Tuesdays, Thursdays, & Fridays 9:30-11:30am
Instructor: Judi Roszak
All levels are welcome, including beginners. Instructor offers three separate classes; one Tuesdays, Thursdays or Fridays. Come and learn a new hobby, or brush up on your existing watercolor skills. You’re sure to have fun, and all participants have the opportunity to join in our annual May Art Show. Students provide own materials; list available at Senior Registration Desk. Registration required
Learn to paint and/or improve your painting skills and knowledge, with step by step instructions in a non-competitive environment. Basics such as color theory, composition, and glazing will be taught hands on by your instructor. Paint what you are interested in, learn, and become a part of our annual May Art Show. All levels welcome, using acrylics/oils/watercolor and mixed media.
Instructor offers two separate classes; one Tuesdays and one Thursdays. Students provide own materials; palette list available at Senior Registration Desk. Registration required.
Ages: 50 & over Class Limit: 15 6 Week Session Instructor: Joanne Richter
The photography club is for anyone that is enthusiastic about taking pictures. Skill level doesn't matter, from the first time photographer to the seasoned professional, we can all learn from an open discussion of ideas and critiques. The discussion is led by a professional photographer who will share some equipment and techniques that will help everyone. Each session will include a group discussion/critique of each person's photos which allows you to view your work through someone else's eyes.
Ages: 50 & Over Drop-In Program Free
Instructor: Rick Deal 10:00am-12:00pm
Mondays March 23, April 20
Fridays March 20 & 27 9:30-11:30am
Zentangle is a very easy to learn method of drawing to create beautiful images from repetitive patterns. It has been helpful to others for relieving stress, panic attacks, rehabilitation, chronic pain and weight loss. You don’t need to be an artist, as the entire process is broken down and taught “one stroke at a time”. You will be amazed at what you will accomplish.
This two day workshop is taught by certified Zentangle teachers. You will learn the history and philosophy, and begin creating basic tangles (patterns) in the first class, and begin learning more advanced tangles and create a tile in the second class. Register for this new Meditative Art Therapy. All supplies are included in the fee. Instructor: Cathy Zavodny & Michelle Rodgers
Join our instructor, as he focuses on a specific area of interest for both the hobbyist and the advanced photographer. This two-day, 1 ½ hour individual workshop will give you more confidence behind the lens. Instructor: Rick A. Deal
Shooting in Different Lighting Situations
Mondays, April 6th & April 13th 10:00-11:30am
Setting up your camera to shoot in one lighting situation can sometimes be tricky, but what happens when that light situation changes, or when shooting in several different areas with different lighting situations? Learn the best ways to adjust for different lighting and how that lighting may affect your images.