Kick off the holidays right by learning beading techniques with Tamara Allison of Vanishing Pearl by making a Christmas Tree Necklace! What a fun gift to give someone for the holidays or to save for yourself so you'll always be in the Holiday Spirit!Find out more »
This class covers all the techniques in the first three workshops in a faster-paced setting!
Would you like to make something unique and one-of-a-kind for a special someone this Christmas?
Each class in this series will focus on a different piece of jewelry including bracelets, earrings, necklaces, and rings. You'll learn different wire wrapping techniques so you can continue to create more jewelry throughout the year. We'll also have enough time to make something for you to cherish and remember as well!Find out more »
Our 16 And Up anime class is perfect for teens who can't attend after school classes or for adults who would like to work on their anime skills. Join like-minded artists of all levels and abilities as you explore anime and expand your existing character development.Find out more »
Mondays 4-5pm: The essentials of drawing in a fun, engaging class for kids. Every class builds skills in line, value, shading and perspective. Each week will focus on a different subject matter.Find out more »
Join us the 2nd Monday of each month for our CEO Circle. It's a great opportunity to ask our CEO any and all questions you have about our organization, our programs and our events.Find out more »
Thursdays 4-5pm: This class is structured for students who are ready for more challenging art projects and concepts. Students will work with a variety of subjects and materials.Find out more »
Are you looking for an opportunity for your children to explore their creative side? You provide the imagination and creativity; we’ll provide the art supplies! Our monthly Studio Saturday event is free of charge. Drop in for a few minutes or the full two hours, we have a fun and artful project to work on each month.Find out more »
i*ke*ba*na : noun- the art of Japanese flower arranging that emphasizes form and balance.
This traditional art form dates back to the 7th century when floral offerings were made at altars, and has grown over time to include over 1,000 different schools in Japan and abroad.
In this class, you will learn the history, the basics of arranging, and complete one arrangement.Find out more »