Glass Ornament Workshop with Barb McKinley (CANCELLED)
Saturday, November 11, 10:00 a.m
–Create several decorations of your choice to take home.
–$65 All materials provided.
–Call 563-652-9925 or stop in at MAE to sign up or register on line
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Introduction to Jewelry – Make your own earrings or pendant
July 13, 14, 15 Time: 9-12pm Cost: $75
Suzanne Rogers received her MA in Design (Metals) from The National College of Art Dublin in 2012. She has exhibited in Ireland and Europe including shows such as London Design Festival in England and Inhorgenta Munich in Germany. Her work has received many awards including The Design & Craft Council of Ireland’s Future Maker Award and The Royal Dublin Society National Craft Award. When Suzanne is not busy creating new designs, she teaches Metals and Art in Inchicore College of Further Education, Dublin.
The aim of this workshop is for participants to create their own piece of handmade jewelry. Over the three mornings of class, you will learn basic skills of jewelry making including filing, texturing, annealing, forming and polishing. You will create a piece of jewelry that you can take home and enjoy.
Pencils, pens, notebook, super glue, small pliers and snips if you have them
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Bookbinding as Sculpture | Credit Class, Relicensure & Audit
Date | Tuesday, June 21- Wednesday, June 22, 2016 | 8:30am-5:30 pm
Andrew Huot is a book artist and bookbinder in Davenport, Iowa. He operates Big River Bindery, a shop for bookmaking and letterpress printing, book repair, and design. He has a Masters in Book Arts from the University of the Arts in Philadelphia. He teaches bookbinding and conservation for the University of Illinois and has worked in conservation across the country. He exhibits his work widely and it is held in over 25 university collections.
Location: Maquoketa Art Experience
Registration and Credit Link: http://www.solutionwhere.com/mbaea/cw/showcourse.asp?2693
- $255 1 Drake EMDA credit
- $185 1 Relicensure credit
- $135 Audit/no credit
Tom Christopher |Pastel Painting and Beyond
Tom Christopher, Master Pastellist
Saturday April 1 -Sunday April 2, 2017
9:00 am to 5:00 pm Each Day
Tom will begin each day of the workshop with a demonstration of pastel painting using various techniques for under-painting on gator board . The attending student artists will then receive instruction and prepare their own textured surface for pastel painting. Throughout the workshop, the artists will receive additional instruction on plein air painting as well as studio techniques. This workshop is also open to artists not currently working in pastel. The central focus of the instruction is on understanding value, color, and texture in the Midwest landscape.
The student are encouraged to bring photographs as well as plein air sketches to use as reference material. The instructor will also have photos for reference use.
Tom is careful to set aside sufficient time each day to provide individual instruction and goal planning for all student artists. Students are also encouraged to bring previous works for personal critiques and instruction.
Additional Topics covered…
1. gallery representation, 2. advertising , 3. networking (social media), 4. teaching workshops
Two Day Class | $258
One Day Class (Returning Students Only) | $130
(Max Class Size 15 Students)
- Pastels bring as many as you normally use_medium to soft pastels works best. Terry Ludwig, Sennlier, Unison, Mt vision.
- Three or four 11×14 sheets of gator board or 4ply mat board. I order gator board through Uline shipping company. I will bring a limited supply.
- A small set of watercolors or acrylic paints and brushes.
- Landscape reference photos ..personal camera note : I have a good supply of reference photos
- Drop cloths …apron…blue rubber gloves as needed.
- Drawing pencils and/ or charcoal sticks.
- Pastel paper. I recommend Uart 400 to 500 grit.
- Personal easel or drawing board.
$130.00 – $258.00 Select options
Glass Garden Stake Workshop With Artist Barb McKinley
Make Fun Fused Glass Yard Ornaments For Your Garden
June 1, 2016 – Time: 5:30 pm – 8:30pm
Come and design three 5″-8″ fused glass garden stakes on 12″ or 18″ stakes depending on whether you want to use your stakes indoors or outdoors.Make flowers, butterflies, bees, angels, or create your own design. If you don't need garden stakes, you can make large sun catchers with a suction cup hook to hang in your windows.
NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY.
All materials will be provided .
Class fee |65.00
(Barb will take your finished designs with her to fire and fuse at her home studio.They will be available for you to pick up at MAE 2 weeks after the class)
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