workshops

UPCOMING WORKSHOPS


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SUNSHINE COBB

OCTOBER 21-22, 2017

JON TOWNLEY 

NOVEMBER 4, 2017

RICHARD AERNI 

APRIL 7,8,9,10 – 2018

KAREN SNYDER-KADISH

Enhance Your Work by Making Your Own

Tools, Stamps, and Texture Mats

APRIL 28 – 2018

ALISON PALMER

Creating Large Animals

MAY 4,5,6 – 2018

STEVEN HILL’S 2ND JOURNEY WORKSHOP

MAY 21-27, 2018 / OCTOBER 13-14, 2018 / MAY 17-19, 2019

SUZE LINDSAY & JAN MCKEACHIE

Third Annual Collaborative Workshop

JUNE 7,8,9,10 – 2018

KEN MATSUZAKI

JUNE 23rd-26th 2018

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LUCIEN KOONCE

JUNE 30-July 1

ZACH SIERKE

JULY 14, 15, 16 – 2018

ALISON PALMER

Creating Large Animals

JULY 27,28,29 – 2018

DAN FINNEGAN

Throwing Pots for an English Tea Party

AUGUST 25-26, 2018

JUNE HOUSE

Serti Silk Painting

SEPTEMBER 8th-9th 2018

LORNA MEADEN

SEPTEMBER 15-18

 


 

FLYERS FOR UPCOMING WORKSHOPS IN 2017

 

SUNSHINE COBB

OCTOBER 21-22, 2017

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JOHN TOWNLEY

Design Workshop

NOVEMBER 4, 2017

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2018

RICHARD AERNI

Throwing Skills with Demos in the AM.

APRIL 7,8,9,10 – 2018

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STEVEN HILL’S 2ND JOURNEY WORKSHOP 

MAY 21-27, 2018

OCTOBER 13-14, 2018

MAY 17-19, 2019

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SUZE LINDSAY & JAN MCKEACHIE

Third Annual Collaborative Workshop

JUNE DATES TBA

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KEN MATSUZAKI

YouTube Video

JUNE 23rd-26th 2018

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LUCIEN KOONCE

JUNE 30-July 1

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ZACH SIERKE

JULY 14, 15, 16 – 2018

“Zach embraces place-based making and will work with participants to develop the local narrative and integrity of their work through intimacy with geology, history, and community. There will be lots of food for thought about developing the connections of one’s work with the world in this hands-on 3 day workshop.”

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DAN FINNEGAN

Throwing Pots for an English Tea Party

AUGUST 25-26, 2018

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JUNE HOUSE~ Serti Silk Painting

SEPTEMBER 8th-9th

In this workshop we will be painting pre-hemmed silk scarves in the serti resist method.  You’ll start with a line design on paper, which is then traced with resist onto the silk with a fine squeeze bottle. When the resist is dry, the real fun begins: applying the dye to the silk!  When you touch the brush to the silk, the dye spreads, stopping at the resist lines.  Colors can be mixed on or off the fabric.  Using this technique, it is possible to get airbrush quality blends from one color to another.   The result is shimmeringly gorgeous!  All levels welcome.  Experienced artists can experiment using favorite motifs, images, patterns.  For beginners I’ll provide suggestions for designs from readily available sources (think quilt blocks, adult coloring books, stained glass), and will also bring designs that you may use.  Most  can expect to complete a scarf on day one.  Day two will provide an opportunity for more experimentation and production of one or more scarves, depending on the complexity of your designs.  All tools, fabrics, and dyes will be provided.  Prior to class, students will be provided with a list of additional things to bring, and guidance regarding designing for this unique and fun process.

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