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SAGE - Prompted Collage

$15

with Pam Crawford

Calendar Next available session starts Oct 6, 2022 at 1 pm, runs for 4 weeks

*SAGE or MSC membership is REQUIRED to take this class.

Tap into your ability to play with abandon. Create imaginative and lasting collages in a beautiful coffee-table book. You will design reflective collages via creative mess-making and exploration, using lots of different materials and a wide variety of prompts (examples: significantly alter the focal point or subtract from the overall composition or go surreal). Instruction provided: no experience needed. Please bring your scissors, glue sticks, and creative playfulness to each class.

SAGE - How to Self-Publish a Chapbook

$10

with Andrew Birden

Calendar Next available session starts Oct 12, 2022 at 9:30 am, runs for 2 weeks

*SAGE/MSC membership is REQUIRED for enrollment in this class.

Learn to use a word processor and tools from Amazon.com to create and publish a collection of poetry as a printed chapbook and an eBook. To get the most from this class, students should be familiar with word processing and Internet browsing applications and have access to a PC connected to the Internet.

SAGE - Victorian Craft

$10

with Kim Smith

Calendar Next available session starts Oct 18, 2022 at 6 pm

SAGE or MSC membership required to take this class. 

Create a decorative wall hanging - It is a unique piece and hard to describe as it uses multiple techniques.  It is a heart shape with raised stencil, resin frame mold, and decoupage holiday clock face on it as well. The heart measures about 6.5 inches high.  I have found a wide assortment of clock faces to use for the decoupage part, so participants might also have a choice of paint colors rather than just the gray.

   

SAGE - Playful Book Making

$20

with Pam Crawford

Calendar Next available session starts Oct 31, 2022 at 9:30 am, runs for 2 weeks

SAGE or MSC membership required to take this class. 

In this class, you will explore the meaning of “bookness” as you examine a variety of playful book structures to answer the question “What IS a book?” You will create a number of small (mostly) blank books using predominantly recycled materials and employing various stitching, folding and binding techniques. Possibilities include junk journals, glue books, accordion books (that fit inside a pencil case), and books made of playing cards and dominoes. Students should bring a basic art kit to class each day: ruler, scissors, glue sticks, pencil, eraser, and anything you might want to add to customize your books.





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