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October 11 Beginners Wheel with Chris Neiman

Clay Studio - 204 High St

Beginners Wheel Course DescriptionThis course introduces basic pottery wheel techniques to beginning students with a focus on throwing bowl and cylinder forms. Students will be shown the step-by-step process of wedging, centering, throwing, trimming, and glazing clay into finished pieces. Class time and the encouraged Open Studio practice time will enable students to create at… Continue Reading October 11 Beginners Wheel with Chris Neiman

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October 23, 30, & Nov 13: Watercolor Journaling with Jim Mahla

Arts Alive! - 200 High St

3 Saturdays: October 23, October 30, November 13, from 9:30 am - 12:30 pm $100 per participant Adults and teens welcome! This workshop with Jim will focus on how to develop a watercolor journal for traveling or simply painting “En Plein Air”. You will begin with some studio time learning various watercolor techniques and then… Continue Reading October 23, 30, & Nov 13: Watercolor Journaling with Jim Mahla

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September 20 Intermediate Wheel with Chris Neiman

Clay Studio - 204 High St

This pottery course offers students a 6-week intensive workshop for intermediate level wheel throwing with a focus on form and design. Each week you will address new throwing techniques and finishing options. You will discuss aspects and approaches of scale, design, construction, and glazing throughout the process. If you are looking for a skills refresh… Continue Reading September 20 Intermediate Wheel with Chris Neiman

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Virtual Photo Club (Free!)

RiverArts Education Center - 200 High St

Undaunted by social isolation, RiverArts Photography Club facilitator Steve Kane hosted the first meeting of a new online version of the club on Thursday, March 26, using the Zoom platform. The club normally meets the fourth Thursday of each month at the ArtsAlive Education Center from 7 to 9 pm, and provides a forum for discussion… Continue Reading Virtual Photo Club (Free!)

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November 2 Advanced Techniques: Teapots with Marcey Sherman

Clay Studio - 204 High St

November 2, 9, and 16 from 6:00-8:30 pm This pottery course offers students a 3-week workshop exploring the art of ceramic teapots. Learn how to combine all your ceramic skills (and perhaps learn some new ones!) with the ultimate ceramic project. Students will be guided through the process of designing, throwing, hand building, trimming, and… Continue Reading November 2 Advanced Techniques: Teapots with Marcey Sherman

November 5: Indigo in the Afternoon

Arts Alive! - 200 High St

Friday, November 5, 2:30 to 4:30 pm Cost: $30 per participant Material Fee - $10, instructor will collect material fee at class. Adults and teens welcome! Learn to indigo dye during the “blue” hours! We will learn about indigo and explore various Shibori resist methods while creating some great gifts. When you’re ready to dye… Continue Reading November 5: Indigo in the Afternoon

November 5: Indigo at Night

Arts Alive! - 204 High St

Friday, November 5, 6:30 to 8:30 pm Cost: $30 per participant Material Fee - $10, instructor will collect material fee at class. Adults and teens welcome! Learn to indigo dye during the “blue” hours! We will learn about indigo and explore various Shibori resist methods while creating some great gifts. When you’re ready to dye… Continue Reading November 5: Indigo at Night

November 9 – RiverArts Salon: The American Impressionists: An Online Tour of the Smithsonian American Art Museum

ArtsAlive! - online

A RiverArts Salon is a (virtual) place to learn something new, share ideas, explore interesting topics, see and be seen, and have fun. In this virtual tour, we will look more closely at just what constitutes Impressionism and then meet several American Impressionists and their work from the collection of the Smithsonian American Art Museum.… Continue Reading November 9 – RiverArts Salon: The American Impressionists: An Online Tour of the Smithsonian American Art Museum

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