Art Classes: Teens & Adults
Also see workshops category for additional art listings.
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Sharpen your skills in representational drawing in this first of four classes in the atelier method.
Join the camaraderie as Rae guides and engages new and experienced students alike.
Running from February 1st, 2017-February 1st, 2018.
Join the ArtisTree Plein Air Painting Group to get outside weekly to paint the beautiful surrounding Vermont landscape with fellow painters.
Beginner students are introduced to the darkroom and black and white photography.
Explore the black & white photographic medium in our on-site darkroom.
Develop your skills for drawing in an exciting and nurturing environment.
Join us to make a matching set of mugs!
Learn the basics of wheel throwing!
Find your voice in clay and bring your own ideas to fruition.
Explore an exciting range of possibilities when hand building with clay.
Open Studio is a self-directed time to work in our well-equipped ceramics studio.
Have you always wanted to take B&W photos and develop your own negatives? This is the workshop for you.
Photography students take their digital photography skills to the next level in this class.
Join us for a month of experimentation with exciting new techniques and materials.
Express yourself through the exploration of artistic mediums and guided class discussions.
Create expressive sculpture through journaling, class discussion, and playful exploration with tools and hands.
Enjoy a convivial studio among the company of fellow artists and practice your life drawing skills in this monitored group drawing session.
Take ordinary objects and create extraordinary musical wonders.
Have you always wanted to try abstract painting? If so, this class is perfect for you.
Explore the wonderful world of painting in this class for Thompson Senior Center participants.
Quintessential Vermont farms, autumnal mountain vistas, and winding streams with bridges are waiting for your paintbrushes!
Learn to make your colors sing with this important watercolor technique.