3 AprNext Meeting
KnittingEvery Monday at 10:00am-12:00pm
Drop-in to enjoy lively discussions and laughs with this group. Work on your own project or use Next supplies to create items for donation to various charitable organizations in the area.
29 MarNext Meeting
QuiltingEvery Wednesday at 10:00am-2:00pm
Novice or experienced quilters are welcome each Wednesday for this social and creative group. Participants enjoy working on individual projects and sharing ideas. Drop-in any Wednesday and join the fun.
30 MarNext Meeting
Palette and Brush ClubEvery Thursday at 9:30am-12:30pm
This group of artists meets weekly to paint, with a focus on portraits and figures. Models are hired for each painting session. To join this group, you must be an accomplished artist and member of the Palette and Brush Club.
30 MarNext Meeting
Advanced Pottery StudioEvery at 9:30am-12:30pm
This group of advance potters work independently in our studio.
Open Studio for ArtisansFriday, March 3, 2017 at 1:00pm
OPEN STUDIO FOR ARTISANS - Drop In-Fridays
Interested in enjoying the inspiring and friendly company of other artists as you work on your own creations? Drop in on this group of talented artists, each of whom works independently.This is not a class, but novices are welcome; we are all learners!
Bring your own project, tools, supplies and ideas.
Photography ClubTuesday, March 21, 2017 at 10:00am
Interested in photography as a hobby? Interested in taking better pictures? Want to learn how to fully utilize your camera, regardless of what type of camera you use? Join the Photography Club to enhance your skills, to share ideas and to enjoy each other’s company and pictures. Facilitators Gregory Burry and Chuck Green will be available to “coach” members. For additional information contact Greg Burry at 248-302-1156 or email@example.com or Chuck Green at firstname.lastname@example.org
4 AprNext Meeting
Painting with Acrylics and OilsEvery Tuesday at 9:30am-12:00pm
(Beginners through Advanced)
10-week class - Tuesdays, April 4 thru June 13 9:30 am to 12:00 noon
Pick up your paintbrush and join us! Artist/instructor Karen Halpern’s class lessons focus on color theory, subject, techniques, and design . Individual guidance and personal encouragement will help you develop your own style. Bring a 12"x18” sketch pad, 16x20 canvas (or larger) , #2 desk pencil, eraser, and painting supplies to the first class. Materials will be discussed in first class for new students.
6 AprNext Meeting
Studio Art ClassEvery Thursday at 1:00pm-3:30pm
10-week class - Thursdays, April 6 thru June 8
This class provides an opportunity for you to develop work you’ve begun previously, or want to begin in class. Bring your own project, and artist/instructor, Karen Halpern will assist you in developing your own ideas in the medium in which you chose to work. Karen will guide critical thinking, expose each student to work by artists working with similar style, as applicable, and offer direction for improvement. Working independently alongside peers fosters an enriching and enjoyable exchange of ideas. Bring the supplies to which you are accustomed.
Beginning Beading:Peyote Stitch BraceletThursday, April 6, 2017 at 1:00pm
Artisan Susan Fraser has been making and designing jewelry for 15 years and has exhibited at events throughout Michigan. Sue will guide you through the creation of one of these beautiful beaded bracelets in two-drop peyote. Peyote stitch is a versatile technique that can be used in many designs. Two color choices will be available for each style. Class requires the ability to thread small needles, so bring your reading glasses! This project may not be fully completed during the class period.
$15.00 material fee payable directly to the instructor. Pre-register by Friday, March 31
The Art of Notan and ZentangleTuesday, April 11, 2017 at 1:00pm
Learn the art of Notan, a Japanese technique using light and dark.Pam Signorelli will teach you how to create these beautiful patterns by using scissors to cut out the shapes, followed by pens to apply tangles to the spaces. Remember you do not have to be a trained artist to create beautiful art with the Zentangle method. You just have to know how to draw a straight line, a dot, a curved line and a circle. They will be mounted on a 9”x 9” mat board backing for display. The $5 kit fee, payable directly to instructor, includes all materials and mat.
Crafting with Japanese Washi tapeTuesday, April 11, 2017 at 4:30pm
Washi tape is a DIY delight! It is a colorful printed adhesive tape made from natural fibers that is fun and easy to use for all types of projects. We will be making decorative bookmarks in this class — make one for yourself and one to give as a gift or tuck in an Easter Basket! Children are welcome to attend this activity. All supplies included and snacks provided.
Paint Like a Pro IITuesday, April 18, 2017 at 5:00pm
Accomplished artist, Deborah Roelofs is back to teach you how to paint your own 12"x 9” beautiful masterpiece using her simple techniques. This time you will be using a wash of colors and outlining them in patterns with black ink. Come join the fun
and learn to paint like a pro! No experience necessary. Fee includes all materials. Please wear clothes for painting.
Zentangle DiptychTuesday, May 9, 2017 at 1:00pm
Working in the round, you’ll learn how to create a free standing Zentangle Art Work on a piece of card stock. Learn some of the new official Tangles with this project. Bring your black and brown micron pens, pencil and blending stump — or they will be available to purchase ($7) from the instructor.