EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMMING

Partners in Art and Carnegie Art Center Weekly Art Classes

Winter 2023

Review the class information below:

WORKSHOPS AT THE CARNEGIE

Below is a list of upcoming workshops scheduled at the Carnegie Art Center.

Register with the links below:

Explore Collage with Jacob Kedzierski

Tuesday, January 17, 2023

6-9PM

$10 per person (pre-sale)
$15 per person (at the door night of the event)
Pre-registration is encouraged.
Walk-ins are also welcome.
All supplies will be included.
All ages are welcome. Children should be accompanied by an adult.
Discovery is just around the corner as you learn more about collage! Dive into this workshop that explores tools and techniques used in paper collage. Whether you’re just getting started as an artist and want to know more about how to use collages, or you’re looking to take your abilities to the next level and discover how to further your abstract art abilities, this workshop, taught by professional artist Jacob Kedzierski will help you advance your collage understanding and skills.
No experience in collage necessary.
Learn more about Jacob and his artwork here:
https://www.jkedz.com/collage

 

Glass Blowing Workshops with Jason Dederich

 

These classes will give students an introduction to controlling and manipulating hot glass.

Each student will get one-on-one guidance making their own customized glass pieces.

Pre-registration is required.

Cost: $70 per Class

Glass Ornament
Thursday, January 19, 2023
6-9PM
CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
Small Glass Vessel
Friday, January 20, 2023
6-9PM
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Silver Fuming Blown Glass
Saturday, January 21, 2023
6-9PM
CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

 

Spring Art Camp for Kids

 

Spring Art Camp will take place April 12-14, 2023 for youth ages 8-12 years old and will be family friendly if a parent would like to attend as well (everyone in attendance must pay the fee).

Morning classes will be taught by Carlos Torres and afternoon classes will be taught by Tami Fuller.

Cost:

$25 per class
$40 per day
Pre-registration for each day of classes is required.
Register using the links below.

All supplies will be included.
Children should bring their own lunches if they stay for both classes.
We will provide water and snacks during the classes.

Winter Art Camp Day 1: Wednesday, April 12, 2023

Introduction to Drawing
With Carlos Torres

10AM- 12PM

This is the perfect class for kids ready to explore the world of art!

This 2 hour session designed for kids ages 8 – 12 will explore the basic fundamentals of drawing.

From pencils to pen & ink, this class is filled with lots of tips and techniques and will cover topics such as light & shadow, choosing your subjects, what materials to use and more.

Cloud Weaving with Tami Fuller

12:30 – 2:30PM

Learn how to weave the simple way – using fluffy roving and intuitive weaving practices to work up a fluffy cloud hanging of your own. All supplies included, including a yarn bar to create the “rain” of your choice.

Winter Art Camp Day 2: Thursday, April 13, 2023

Introduction to Watercolor
With Carlos Torres

10AM- 12PM

Watercolor painting is one of the most popular and beloved mediums in the world of art. This 2 hour class introduces kids to basic watercolor painting with easy step by step techniques designed to help take their skill to the next level.

We’ll cover topics such as choosing your subjects, layering and blending, light and shadow, what materials to use and more

Suminagashi Pendants with Tami Fuller

12:30 – 2:30PM

Spend a quiet afternoon learning the ancient art of Japanese suminagashi, a perfect way to relax tiny minds and hands, combining meditation and the practice of floating inks on water to reveal intuitive patterns on paper. Students will learn about the origins of the art form and create, selecting their favorite patterns from the end of the session to mount inside a pendant for a one of a kind piece of art they’ve made with their own hands.

Winter Art Camp Day 3: Friday, April 14, 2023

How to Draw a Cartoon
With Carlos Torres

10AM – 12PM

This class will explore various ways to turn faces into fun personalities by learning how to spot and exploit facial features. After learning some tips and practicing some techniques, the students will draw their own caricature cartoon.

We ask each attendee to bring in images of someone they’d like to create a cartoon of. It can be a picture of yourself, your family member, a celebrity or anyone else you’d like to draw. Please bring in a real photo- not artwork, cartoon, comic book character or an animal. The rest of the art supplies will be provided.

Felted Foxes with Tami Fuller

12:30 – 2:30PM

Join us for an afternoon of felting, and learn how to create needle felt miniature 3D animals! In this class we’ll make a Fox.

Thank you to our arts education partners and teaching artists: 

Western New York Book Arts Center

Ruby Merritt

Partners in Art

Carlos Torres

Sherryl Perez

Tami Fuller

Would you like to become a teaching artist at the Carnegie?
Email us at [email protected]