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Intro to Drawing - Zoom online class
with Rachel Romanski, Five Town CSD Adult & Community Education
This course focuses on the development of observational skills and drawing techniques. Students will learn the basic fundamentals of mark making, gesture, volume, and perspective to draw from life and photo. No prior drawing experience is necessary. Students will need to purchase their own supplies, but will need to pick up information packets before the class begins.
Rachel Romanski is an interdisciplinary artist living and working in Midcoast Maine. She received her Bachelor of Fine Arts in sculpture from MECA and studied Renaissance Art History through the UGA campus in the Tuscany. Since then she has focused much of her efforts in artistic collaborations with marginalized communities and teaching Art and English as a Second Language.
with Joanne Voltaire, York Adult Education
Learn the basics of chacha and rumba in this 4 week course. These dances provide a great way to connect with your partner and possibly shed those extra pounds. A partner is required.
Joanne Volatire is a ballroom dance instructor who currently teaches at the Portsmouth Ballroom. She has taught various dance classes for nearly 20 years.
The price is for 2 people- only register once.
with PATRICIA HAYES, MSAD #37 Adult Education
Handbuilding this year encompasses the use of 4 types of clay. Each clay including porcelain, terra cotta, white stoneware and brown stoneware will have its own hand built project!
There is a minimal clay charge due to the instructor.
There is a limit of 6 students per class. Please call the school at 483-2746 to check on availability of spaces before registering online. Many people register in person and the slots may be filled.
$30 fee for MSAD #37 residents
$35 for non-residents
with David Deas, MSAD 52 Adult & Community Education
Learn the basics of guitar playing, make friends and make music in this virtual camp! From holding a guitar to first chords and songs. No prior guitar or music experience necessary! You must have a guitar to participate. FUN for all ages!
WEDS July 8/15/22 & 29 6-8pm $50
• A ZOOM link will be shared once you have registered.
Understanding the York Ballot
with YACE staff, York Adult Education
Join us for a community meeting to discuss the issues coming up in this July's local vote. Ask questions and learn the answers in a non-persuasive environment. There will be no campaigning, only reading and explaining. Leave this session ready to vote and have your voice heard!
New format: Livestream through Google Hangout. Link will be sent upon registration.
Mushrooms, Edible and Medicinal of New England 7.8.20
with David Spahr, Five Town CSD Adult & Community Education
This class will feature easy-to-understand information on finding, collecting, identifying, and preparing the safer and more common edible and medicinal mushroom species of New England and Eastern Canada. Whether you are a cook, forager, herbalist, or restaurateur you will enjoy this class. The book "Edible and Medicinal Mushrooms of New England and Eastern Canada" will be available for purchase in class for $21.
Just For Kids - Kids Handbuilding - Pinch Pot Monster Mouths
with Amanda Williams, Sanford Community Adult Education
We know you miss pottery classes! We miss you too. We have a pretty neat solution to social distancing for pottery. As you know, the studio is small and it would be virtually impossible to keep everyone at a safe distance. So, what will be happening is that Amanda will be in the studio, teaching and creating the project described over Zoom. Upon registration, students will stop in at the studio and pick up a clay kit for the class. Gather these homemade "tools" for your live, online session with Amanda: a butter knife, a rule or straight edge, a fork or comb, an old plastic credit card or gift card, a dish of water, newspaper, and a plastic bag to cover the finished piece while drying. Optional tools: a sponge, a chopstick, a paint brush, and interesting objects with textures you can press into the clay to add visual elements. Once the session is complete, and you're satisfied with your project, you'll bring it back to the studio, and we will get it in the next available kiln firing. And we'll let you know when it's ready for pick up!
Let your imagination run wild with clay, and make a pinch pot trinket dish shaped like a creature! It can be a frog, a cat, a dog, or any sort of monster mouth you choose! Follow the instructor in real time, as she walks step-by-step through the process! Includes $12 material fee for clay and firing fee.
Learn to Use your 60 Degree Ruler
with Sophia Santerre, York Adult Education
Learn how to make table runners with your 60 degree ruler and border prints. Students need a 12 in’ 60 degree ruler and 1.5 yards of at least one border print. Instructor will email students with a full list of items necessary. Students must bring their own working sewing machine
Sophia Santerre has been sewing for over 40 years and quilting for 20. She has taught classes in several areas of quilting, from basic piecing to ruler use, to free-motion quilting. Sophia and her husband Paul own a quilt studio with longarm quilting services in York.