BEGINNERS WIRE WRAPPING
Instructor Nadine Fidelman
November 3 (Saturday) 10 – 4
$50 members or $60 non-members
plus $10 for materials
Learn to make your own professional-looking jewelry. Experience the art of wire-wrapping while creating a copper bangle bracelet with clasp.
Lots of one on one attention as you learn. You will be able to make more on your own after this class!
No experience is necessary, but good eyesight, a close-work magnifier or glasses if necessary.
FINE SILVER CLAY FOR BEGINNERS!
SIGN UP EARLY!
Instructor Cathy Greene
November 10th (Saturday) from 10 to 4
$100 members or $110 non-members
Plus $40 supply fee
Supplies includes enough silver clay to create 2 pair of earrings and a pendant!
Participants will explore and learn basics including texturing, rolling, shaping, cutting, forming and firing.
NOTE: Those who have been before may come all day for $70 and bring own supplies.
You will be able to wear your jewelry home!
ALL OCCASSION CARD MAKING
with Dawn Dreibus
December 1st from 1 to 4
$35 members or $45 non-members includes all supplies
PLUS $30 SUPPLY FEE!!
Come join this fun workshop and create beautiful one of a kind cards using mono-printing techniques! NO art experience necessary… If you choose to you can then use your cards to print more to send or give to friends and family.
Dawn loves mono-printing and all the interesting effects that you can get, but even more, she loves to share her knowledge with others! Sign up early, this will be a popular workshop….
BEGINNERS FLUTE MAKING
Instructor: Lee Entrekin
December 8th from noon until 4:00 p.m., or until everyone finishes a playable flute!
Registration $50 members or $60 non-members
Material fee will be $10.
This class will teach you how to make and tune a simple Native American flute from bamboo. We will discuss how a flute works, how to select and cure bamboo, and then how to make a flute and tune it.
The supply fee includes a suitable pre-cured section of bamboo for a small flute. Tools used will include
Saw for cutting bamboo, preferably very fine-toothed;
Dremel tool with tapered stone bit or drill with variety of bits
Flat rasp and files
Sharp knife and preferably flat gouge
Round and flat needle files
Fine sandpaper and/or steel wool
Please bring any of these you have. Extra tools will be available to share.