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MindEdge Studio: Introduction to Drawing
with MindEdge Instructor
Drawing is a foundational skill that can aid in the development of other creative pursuits. Painters, architects, woodworkers, gardeners, and designers all benefit from honing their drawing skills. But drawing is also an art form in its own right, and learning how to draw can help unlock one's creative potential. Many benefits associated with drawing include increased focus and relaxation, improved creativity and problem solving, and greater hand-eye coordination. In this course, you'll learn the basics of drawing, including how to practice and implement the basic elements of drawing and how to develop a regular habit of drawing and sketching.
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Crochet & Knitting Lab
with Andrea Drabek
Do you love to crochet or knit but don't want to do it alone? Do you need help with a project? Or do you want to learn how to make something for yourself? Let us help you!!!
We are offering a crochet and knitting lab. This is for anyone who loves to crochet or knit and wants to learn. Our instructor is amazing! Let us know what you want to learn to make and we will find a pattern and she can teach you. If you just want to drop in for 1 night and get help on a project, it will only cost you a $3 drop in fee. Or do you want to hang out all 12 weeks and chat while working on projects, no problem!
with Wilma Winslow
Learn how to hold needles, cast on stitches, and read a pattern. An experienced teacher will lead you through the steps of learning to knit.
Ceramics: Gnome Planter
with Rae Rossignol
Paint this whimsical Gnome Planter! This is the perfect little pot to plant a cactus, a colorful succulent arrangement or your favorite flower! It's a great way to add a pop of fun and color to any room or porch! This piece is not only the perfect planter, but it can also be used as a pencil cup or brush holder.
Apx 6.5H x 5.75W
Presque Isle will hold their class on September 28, Caribou will be held on Oct 4th.
with Melissa Corbin
Have a project you need to finish or need some help with one? This class is for you! We have a great space that you can spread your project out with no interruptions. We have ironing boards, sewing machines and cutting boards so that you don't have to bring yours (unless you want to). Bring any sewing project and get hands-on help, or just use the time to join some fellow sewing friends.
Christmas Card Stamp Camp
with Elaine Ouellette
Elaine is offering a Christmas Card Stamp Camp for anyone who is interested. For only $35 you will be able to select 5 different designs with 6 cards to make for a total of 30 cards --- WOW!!!! All materials will be provided. We encourage you to bring your own cutter and adhesive.
Elaine will also have her scrapbook kits available to purchase which you can also work on, if you choose.
This class will be at the Alternative Education building, 1 Skyspot Lane.
with Melissa Corbin
Mandala comes from the Sanskrit word 'Mandal' meaning circle. ... It is a circular symmetrical design with repetitions of patterns, that create an illusion of motion.
Join us for 3 nights of learning how to make beautiful artwork with the Mandala Dot technique.
The first night we will be practicing on paper how to make designs. Once students are comfortable with the tools and design making we will move on to a canvas. You will make your final product on a 11 x 14 canvas. You will have 3 sessions/evenings to complete your mandala dot painting.
All materials for these classes will be provided for you.
Stained Glass Beginner's Workshop
with Lisa Wark
Glass with Class has teamed up with Adult Education to offer beginner classes.
If you are wanting to learn stained glass from start to finish then this is the class for you! You will be learning the art of Tiffany-stained glass and making your own bird suncatcher. You will learn the process from cutting the glass, to grinding, soldering, and finishing your pieces. You must be registered at least one week before the class starts. Lisa will have one pattern that you will all be working on.
This class will be 2 separate nights. The first class you will get a run down on the tools needed, safety lesson and tracing and cutting out your pattern and sticking the pattern to the glass. In the second class, you will learn how to cut out the glass, grind the glass, foil and solder the pieces together. Then you will clean it up and patina it and be ready to take it with you that night.
We will also be using lead and chemicals during this process as well as sharp glass. Safety equipment will be provided, and you will be asked to wear them during your class as well as signing a waiver.
Please do not wear nice clothes as you will be getting dirty during the class.
Space is limited to 8. This will be at the new location in Caribou, 53 Herschel St.