Lets Make Jewelry!

Lets Make Jewelry!

Dates

January 23, 2023
 - March 6, 2023

Ages

Ages 14 & up

On Mondays

$190

Class Location

Reeves Art Studio

REGISTRATION

CLASS DESCRIPTION

Jewelry is wearable art, and there are lots of different techniques to use. We’ll explore a different medium each week, including metal stamping, resin, polymer clay, and more. (Please note: These will all be cold mediums. We won’t do any forging, soldering, or hot casting.)
 
Supplies Provided
No class Held on Feb 20th

Class space is limited. 

Woodstock Arts is taking measures to ensure your safety and well-being. We want to make this experience as comfortable, safe, and fun as possible for everyone involved. 

 

INSTRUCTOR

Allison Frink

Allison has been creating since she was old enough to hold a crayon. She earned a BFA in Animation and has been teaching and organizing community art classes since 2006. She loves trying new mediums, learning new skills, and sharing that knowledge. Current favorites include watercolors, drawing, jewelry, and fiber arts. 

 

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Children’s Clay Creations for Homeschoolers| Ages 7-15

Children’s Clay Creations for Homeschoolers| Ages 7-15

Dates

January 20, 2023
 - March 10, 2023

Ages

Ages 7-15

On Fridays

$190

Class Location

Kish Pottery Center

REGISTRATION

CLASS DESCRIPTION

Join us for an exciting clay class on Friday mornings. Students will enjoy learning new clay techniques and exploring their creative side in the fun world of clay. We will handcraft at least 4 pieces and learn a variety of glazing techniques to complete their artwork.

There will be no class held during on Feb 3rd or Feb 24th

Class space is limited. 

Woodstock Arts is taking measures to ensure your safety and well-being. We want to make this experience as comfortable, safe, and fun as possible for everyone involved.

 

 

 

INSTRUCTOR

Heather Stevens

Heather Stevens is an artist that loves utilizing creative objects in her work. She loves focusing on textures and combining art skills in unique ways. Teaching Ceramics brings her great joy; she loves that it provides students of all experience levels the opportunity to make impressive pieces. When Heather isn’t staying up too late obsessing about her own art projects, she can be found working with her own Photography Company, exploring the beautiful outdoors with her family, or working with her children to clean up the many art projects they have created. She has taught at Jan Dempsey Community Art Center, Jules Collins Smith Museum, and in various school systems. She loves being a part of Woodstock Art

 

 

 

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Parent & Child Clay Collaboration

Parent & Child Clay Collaboration

Dates

January 23, 2023
 - March 6, 2023

Ages

Ages 3 -12 and Adult

On Mondays

$210

Class Location

Kish Pottery Center

REGISTRATION

CLASS DESCRIPTION

Bring your child and have fun creating hand-built clay pieces together! Projects will focus on pieces that both adult and child can make together as well as alongside one another, while creating lasting memories. At least 4 projects will be made. Up to two children per adult included.

 

There will be no class held on February 20th

Class space is limited. 

Woodstock Arts is taking measures to ensure your safety and well-being. We want to make this experience as comfortable, safe, and fun as possible for everyone involved.

INSTRUCTOR

Heather Stevens

Heather Stevens is an artist that loves utilizing creative objects in her work. She loves focusing on textures and combining art skills in unique ways. Teaching Ceramics brings her great joy; she loves that it provides students of all experience levels the opportunity to make impressive pieces. When Heather isn’t staying up too late obsessing about her own art projects, she can be found working with her own Photography Company, exploring the beautiful outdoors with her family, or working with her children to clean up the many art projects they have created. She has taught at Jan Dempsey Community Art Center, Jules Collins Smith Museum, and in various school systems. She loves being a part of Woodstock Arts

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If you have any questions, please let us know.