EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMMING

Partners in Art and Carnegie Art Center Art Classes & Workshops

Fall 2022

Review the class information below.

WORKSHOPS AT THE CARNEGIE

Below is a list of upcoming one-time workshops scheduled to occur at the Carnegie Art Center.

Register with the links below:

How to Paint a Pumpkin: Watercolor Class

Instructor: Sherryl Perez

Date: Thursday, October 13, 6-8PM

Location: Carnegie Art Center

Price: $35 each

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Instruction & All Supplies Included.

Join Sherryl Perez, local Watercolorist, for a session of learning various watercolor techniques, color mixing and composition. We will paint a pumpkin (pictured here).

All supplies are included, and a step-by-step demonstration will take you from start to finish. This class is deal for ages 10 and up and is limited to 15 people.

Needle Felted Pendants

Instructor: Tami Fuller

Date: Wednesday, October 19, 2022, 6-8PM

Location: Carnegie Art Center

Price: $30 each

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER 
Instruction & All Supplies Included.
Explore abstract fiber art and learn how to manipulate natural mixed media materials, including dyed wool, raw silk, bamboo, embroidery thread, lace, and dried botanicals using needle felt technique to form a “stained glass” pendant made of organic materials. Learn how to “paint” using needle felting and compose your own piece of small scale wearable fiber art.
About the Instructor:
Tami Fuller is a fiber artist based out of East Aurora, New York, working primarily as a weaver and felt artist. She uses her work to explore female focused trauma. Born and raised on a working fiber farm, Tami’s choice to use traditional women’s textile work as a medium to explore the female experience is a natural extension of her own personal growth. Teaching others came naturally. She is self-taught and works in abstract fiber, woven tapestry, felt and soft sculpture to communicate.
Learn more about Tami here: https://www.oneblubirdstudio.com/contact

This program is made possible with funds from the Statewide Community Regrant program, a regrant program of the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of the Office of the Governor and the New York State Legislature and administered by Arts Services Inc.

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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?
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