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Learn how to make a pair of earrings to march every outfit. Enjoy learning from others in the class and take home a beautiful pair of earnings that you make yourself.
Bring your own tools if you have them. Needle nose pliers, cutters and a looper. Some tools will be available for use.
Artist in Residence Linda Roesch will be teaching this exciting acrylic painting class for adults or mature teens. Get a closer look a few of the most well known Impressionist paintings and learn about technique and inspiration behind the work. Students will learn how to emulate these techniques by creating a landscape painting of your own on an 11x14 canvas.Find out more
This basic clay class for adults will teach the ancient art of handbuilding with artist Bill Nybo. Create a clay object of your choice. What would you like to make? The options are limitless. Something fun. Something useful. Or something special you have always wanted to create.Find out more
Join us for a fun class learning the basics of glass fusing. Students will have the choice of creating a one-of-a-kind night light or three unique jewelry pendants. Students will learn basic glass cutting and designing techniques as they stack layers of glass with stringers, milleflori and frit.Find out more
Linda Roesch will teach students to take vacationing to a whole new level with just a sketchbook and basic supplies! See how taking 30 minutes per day to sketch on location can enhance memories of a special place or event. Create small sketches quickly using mixed media techniques and watercolor. We’ll also make a portable watercolor palette to take home.Find out more
Whether your child is a budding artist, an explorer, or an adventurer—every class offers something right up their alley and will open their eyes to new experiences.
Students will learn in a supportive, small class setting with plenty of individual instruction. Creative challenges await!Find out more
Our new exhibit features a Walter Piehl Retrospective. This exhibit showcases the scope of Walter's career and gives the public the opportunity to experience the evolution of an artist's style. Walter is an aficionado of history and art with a lifelong passion for Western Americana.Find out more
Wood carving with the local Woodchippers… Experienced carvers and curious beginners are all welcome to drop in a get carving. The more experienced members of the Woodchippers group will help get beginners started. The group meets every Thursday evening, except Holiday weeks. This is a free activity.Find out more
The Mini-Art Hunt is an annual favorite in Jamestown. It brings art to the people, and people to the parks! Ten unique mini-artworks by visual artist Nicole Gagner will be hiding throughout the Jamestown parks & Historic Sites. Can you find them? If you do, the art is yours to keep! Just remember to report your find.Find out more
When Kevin Locke is here for the Downtown Arts Market he will be offering an Indigenous Flute Workshop (1.5-2 hr long) where he provides all materials, assembles the flute per person, teaches the flute songs and leaves the people at a level of competency that they can practice songs from an instructional song book he composed.Find out more