20 NovNext 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.
22 NovNext 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.
23 NovNext Meeting
Advanced Pottery StudioEvery at 9:30am-12:30pm
This group of advance potters work independently in our studio.
Photography ClubTuesday, July 25, 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 Chuck Green at email@example.com
ZentangleTuesday, November 28, 2017 at 1:00pm
Looking for a way to unwind from stress, focus your thoughts or explore your creative side? If you can draw a line, you can learn Zentangle! It’s a Zen-like way of creating an abstract piece of art with easy to learn repetitive patterns. Certified Zentangle instructor, Pam Signorelli, has been teaching
art for 35 years.
Tangled Gift Boxes
Tuesday, November 7 from 1:00 to 3:00 pm Cost: $15 members / $18 non-members
First, we’ll create a foldable “pillow box”from a template that you can use at home, too. Then, we will add the perfect decorative tangles and color to your work.
9 JanNext Meeting
Painting with Acrylics and OilsEvery Tuesday at 9:30am-12:00pm
(Beginners through Advanced)
10-week class: Tuesdays, January 9 - March 13
from 9:30 am to 12:00 noon (no class September 26)
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.
11 JanNext Meeting
Studio Art ClassEvery Thursday at 1:00pm-3:30pm
10-week class: Thursdays, September 14 through November 30
from 1:00 to 3:30 pm (no class September 21 or November 23)
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.