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with Renee Batt

February 22nd, 2024

$50 More Info

Students will make two sterling silver stacking gem rings. This class is meant to be a beginner class, some experience with sawing or soldering will be helpful but not necessary. Students will learn to saw, texture the ring bands, solder and set stones in premade bezels. All supplies will be provided.

Ages 16 and up 


Waiting list available
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Self Care through Creating

with Tayleen Theisen

February 23rd, 2024

$15 More Info

Anxiety and stress can feel prevalent in our day to day life. This class will allow you to use your hands to release some of that tension through the process of sculpting something beautiful 

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Introduction to Relief Printmaking

with Edward Steffanni

February 24th, 2024

$30 More Info

Relief is the oldest printmaking technique in the world, with its origins dating back to at least 200 CE in China. While materials and tools have evolved, the general technique of carving away negative space to create a raised image has remained the same. Students will learn to work in basic techniques of linoleum carving and collagraph constructed blocks. Once the carving or construction of the block is complete, students will learn how to effectively ink up and print their block on paper by hand printing and using an etching press.

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Monoprint & Monotype Printmaking

with Catherine Royer

February 27th, 2024

$35 More Info

This is both a Print Club offering and a workshop anyone can take—no experience required. This workshop uses printmaking techniques (usually employed to make multiples of the same image) to make singular works of art. The results can stand alone, easily lead to a series of different but related prints, or become collage papers, backgrounds for other works, and the like. Monotypes can be quick, rather large, very low tech (no chunk of time invested in making a reusable plate), highly experimental, and very colorful. You’ll learn to use ACA’s etching press, to register your plate & print (so you can print multiple times on the same sheet of paper and have the image line up), to add chine collé or collage, and many different ways to make marks and to apply/remove ink. You can incorporate other prints you’ve made (bring the plates &/or prints), collage bits, any work on paper (from parts of old drawings & watercolors to photos)—or you can use what we have on hand for you.

Beginner through Advanced   

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Painterly Experiments and Traditions with Maiolica

with Edward Steffanni

February 28th, 2024

$60 More Info

Explore the centuries old Italian techniques of maiolica painting and find new ways to add depth and color to your ceramic surfaces. Maiolica affords the artist with the ability to add a distinctive painterly touch to their glazed surfaces. A wide range of painting styles can be achieved through maiolica from delicate watercolor effects to vivid layers of colors. Students will explore the onglaze decorating technique using a range of different colorants and brushes. The course will cover slab construction techniques, low-fire glaze recipes, mixing and applications of decoration colors/stains, and making reusable image templates.


2 sessions-February 28 and March 4, 2024