Workshops
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Instant Gratification Printmaking: Polyester Lithography

Rebecca Woods
20W-2DWKS-0215
Feb 1 10:00 AM-2:00 PM


Tuition: Members: $ 125.00
Tuition: Non-Members: $ 150.00

This workshop is an introduction to one of the most satisfying and fast methods of taking a print directly from the drawing stage to the printing stage. Learn to create printing plates directly through drawing or through a laser printer or copier and print them right away. Affordable, approachable, and possible without expensive tools or toxic chemicals or acids, this method of printmaking does not require a press and can be done at home. It’s instant gratification in a method of art-making notorious for long processes! Participants will leave with a print or handmade card of their own.


Paper Theater: Tunnel Books and Shadowboxes

Rebecca Woods
20W-2DWKS-0238
Mar 14, 15
9:00 AM-4:00 PM



Tuition: Members: $ 225.00
Tuition: Non-Members: $ 250.00

Books are magical, but a book that seems to open into another world is even more magical. Learn how to create tunnel books and shadow boxes with layers of scenery that come to life when opened and lit. Collage, draw, paint, cut, or print–all of these are welcome. We will be covering how to create depth and space in a work, how to build a shadow box and a tunnel book, and how to bind and finish the work.


Vases for Spring Flowers

Robbie Breaux
20W-3DWKS-0261
Mar 15 1:00 PM-4:00 PM


Tuition: Members: $ 40.00
Tuition: Non-Members: $ 40.00

Are you looking for that special vase for spring flowers? In this three-hour workshop, students will be guided through the process of making a vase using slab and hand-building techniques. Pieces will be fired, glazed, and ready for pick-up two weeks after the completion of the work. The instructor for this workshop, Robbie Breaux, has over 15 years of experience in clay and is one of the top ceramic artists in the Valley.