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Dragons: East & West (ADULT & CHILD)

$69

with Chris Toy, RSU5 Community Programs

Calendar Apr 6, 2019 at 12 pm

If you're interested in Art, Food, Mythology, and ...DRAGONS.  Join artist Kat Logan and cooking Instructor Chris Toy for this hands-on experience!  Explore the mythology of dragons from Asia and Europe as we create our own edible versions of these fantastic creatures!  Kat will guide you through the creation of your own watercolor dragon masterpiece, and Chris will help you prepare the dough for your 3-D dragon sculptures!  Learn the Eastern and Western methods of cooking your dragon sculptures, and take one home to enjoy later! This is a hands-on experience you won't want to miss!  All materials included.  This workshop is family-friendly; please be sure to reigster for the Parent-Child option if you choose.

Dragons: East & West (SINGLE ADULT)

$59

with Chris Toy, RSU5 Community Programs

Calendar Apr 6, 2019 at 12 pm

If you're interested in Art, Food, Mythology, and ...DRAGONS.  Join artist Kat Logan and cooking Instructor Chris Toy for this hands-on experience!  Explore the mythology of dragons from Asia and Europe as we create our own edible versions of these fantastic creatures!  Kat will guide you through the creation of your own watercolor dragon masterpiece, and Chris will help you prepare the dough for your 3-D dragon sculptures!  Learn the Eastern and Western methods of cooking your dragon sculptures, and take one home to enjoy later! This is a hands-on experience you won't want to miss!  All materials included.  This workshop is family-friendly; please be sure to reigster for the Parent-Child option if you choose.

Exploring Painting Media

$49

with Beth Dunfee, RSU5 Community Programs

Calendar May 4, 2019 at 9 am

Explore the art of painting! This half day workshop provides participants with an overview of five painting media:  watercolor, tempera, acrylic apint, oil paint, and pastels.  If you're interested in learning how to paintbut don't know where to start, this is a great way to explore different media without the commitment!  Particpants will be able to try out all paints and take home sample artwork tthat they create.  There is a $10 materials fee paid directly to the instructor.

Landscape Elements in Watercolor

$85

with Beth Dunfee, RSU5 Community Programs

Calendar Apr 30, 2019 at 6 pm

Designed for someone with just a tiny bit of experience painting in watercolor (such as taking the Basics class above), this class will continue exploration of watercolor techniques to create trees,skies, clouds, foliage, rocks and other landscape elements.  Depending on weather, we may paint outside!  If you took this class last fall, you can take it again for more experience.  New projects will be presented.

Quilt Creations

$75

with Lucille Hunt, RSU5 Community Programs

Calendar Feb 25, 2019 at 6 pm

Discover the fun and social art of quilting! For beginners, we’ll cover all aspects of the quilting process, from choosing a pattern to the last binding stitch, both by hand and machine. More experienced quilters will be able to enjoy a forum for sharing ideas, learning new techniques, and working on their own projects.

Studio Artisane: Leaning Vanity

$45

with Sandrine Moser, RSU5 Community Programs

Calendar Apr 4, 2019 at 5:30 pm

Sandrine Moser is originally from a little town in Southern France. Sandrine’s woodworking career began in 2012 by building furniture for her daughter’s dolls. From there, she pursued her love for the craft with bigger pieces by building all the furniture in her house, including bookshelves, tables, and beds. Sandrine wants to empower her students by teaching them to confidently build their own projects. She wants her students to be proud to say “I built it!” This class is designed for beginner power tool users. Please keep long hair tied back, wearclosed-toe shoes, and do not wear jewelry.  Material fee of an additional $35 is to be paid directly to instructor the night of the class

Jaime Costiglio (photo credit)

Learn about the following in each workshop:

A. Selecting proper materials

B. Reading plans and visualizing the project

C. Measuring and laying out project parts

D. Identifying common hand tools by proper name

E. Identifying and demonstrating properusage of power tools

F. Cutting pieces

G. Sanding wood for preparation of finish

H. Sharing ideas on finishing (finishing is done at home)

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Studio Artisane: Modern Desk Light

$45

with Sandrine Moser, RSU5 Community Programs

Calendar Mar 21, 2019 at 5:30 pm

Sandrine Moser is originally from a little town in Southern France. Sandrine’s woodworking career began in 2012 by building furniture for her daughter’s dolls. From there, she pursued her love for the craft with bigger pieces by building all the furniture in her house, including bookshelves, tables, and beds. Sandrine wants to empower her students by teaching them to confidently build their own projects. She wants her students to be proud to say “I built it!” This class is designed for beginner power tool users. Please keep long hair tied back, wearclosed-toe shoes, and do not wear jewelry.  

Learn about the following in each workshop:

A. Selecting proper materials

B. Reading plans and visualizing the project

C. Measuring and laying out project parts

D. Identifying common hand tools by proper name

E. Identifying and demonstrating properusage of power tools

F. Cutting pieces

G. Sanding wood for preparation of finish

H. Sharing ideas on finishing (finishing is done at home)

Studio Artisane: Modern Outdoor Bench

$45

with Sandrine Moser, RSU5 Community Programs

Calendar May 2, 2019 at 5:30 pm

Sandrine Moser is originally from a little town in Southern France. Sandrine’s woodworking career began in 2012 by building furniture for her daughter’s dolls. From there, she pursued her love for the craft with bigger pieces by building all the furniture in her house, including bookshelves, tables, and beds. Sandrine wants to empower her students by teaching them to confidently build their own projects. She wants her students to be proud to say “I built it!” This class is designed for beginner power tool users. Please keep long hair tied back, wearclosed-toe shoes, and do not wear jewelry.  Material fee of an additional $60 is to be paid directly to instructor the night of the class

Learn about the following in each workshop:

A. Selecting proper materials

B. Reading plans and visualizing the project

C. Measuring and laying out project parts

D. Identifying common hand tools by proper name

E. Identifying and demonstrating properusage of power tools

F. Cutting pieces

G. Sanding wood for preparation of finish

H. Sharing ideas on finishing (finishing is done at home)





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