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EdAdvance Adult Education SPRING 2023 Catalog



Arts & Crafts

Watercolor Flowers (online)
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Watercolor Flowers (online)

$84

with Shawna Lee Kwashnak

***NO CLASS 2/20***

Who says flowers are just for spring? In this class, learn simple techniques for creating beautiful flower paintings. Skills covered will include color mixing, charging, and brushstrokes. Students will create paintings of flowers. Instructor will provide a list of materials needed prior to the first class.

Zen Doodle (Online)
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Zen Doodle (Online)

$25

with Laura Marks

Create beautiful abstract art through structured patterns and learn relaxation and creativity techniques from a certified teacher. Students should bring to the first class: one 3.5” X 3.5” square white or off-white piece of cardstock; watercolor paper or other sturdy paper (called your “tile”); one black fine-tipped pen; one pencil; tortillon or other shading device like a Q-tip or a small, clean makeup applicator; and an open mind. 

Re-Create: Collage With Mixed Media (New) (In Person) Pomperaug HS
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Re-Create: Collage With Mixed Media (New) (In Person) Pomperaug HS

$65

with Katherine Henderson

Do you have a pile of not-so-successful drawings or photographs? Put them to use and re-create your artwork. Students earn the basics of working with mixed media collage using their own drawings. Students discover the seeds of their past work in a new set of works and learn techniques involved in collage and mixed media. Instructor will call students with supply list prior to the fi rst class.

Origami For The Beginner (In Person) Litchfield

$45

with David Silver

Calendar Feb 15, 2023 at 6 pm, runs for 2 weeks

Origami is the ancient traditional Japanese art of folding paper. Getting lost in folding a model is an enjoyable pursuit. You will learn how to fold a greeting card, the traditional Japanese crane, and other models. The basics of how to fold and how to read diagrams will be covered. This is a comprehensive class which includes paper selection, recommended books, and online resources. There is a $8 (cash) material fee payable to the instructor on the first night of class. 

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Charcoal Drawing With Shawna Lee (Online)

$84

with Shawna Lee Kwashnak

Calendar Feb 21, 2023 at 6:30 pm, runs for 4 weeks

Learn drawing skills using charcoals from how to see like an artist, understanding techniques, and values of lights and darks. Subjects include feathers, flowers, and landscapes. Upon successful completion of the course, the student will be able to create more sensitive drawings. Topics to be covered include, but are not limited to, hatching, cross-hatching, values, and composition. A supply list and pdf for convenient printing will be emailed shortly after registration.

Appreciation Of Early American Landscape Painting (New) (Online)

$65

with John McGiff

Calendar Mar 2, 2023 at 6 pm, runs for 5 weeks

Beginning with the Hudson River School, this class will trace the development of landscape painting through the 1900s in the United States. At the conclusion of this class students will look at painting in a new way with a better sense of history.

Beginner Stained Glass Workshop (In Person) Woodbury MS

$45

with Sarah Segovia

Calendar Mar 6, 2023 at 6 pm, runs for 2 weeks

Learn the basic techniques of stained glass: cutting, grinding, foiling, and soldering. Participants will create a sun catcher of their choice to take home. There is a $12 (cash) material fee payable to the instructor on the first night of class.

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Learn Your Camera's Creative Modes & Say Goodbye To Auto

$25

with Ronnie Zicone

Calendar Mar 6, 2023 at 6 pm, runs for 1 week

Taught by an award-winning photographer, this online class explores 35mm photography by learning just two camera modes! You will be taught the basic recipe known as “the photographer's triangle” while learning your 35mm DSLR camera, your “tool” to creating and capturing art through hands-on instruction. Students are not required to bring photo equipment, but they can if they wish.

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