Watercolor Workshops Offered
The City of Marquette Arts and Culture Center will be hosting two watercolor workshops by nationally acclaimed painter Carl Mayer on Saturday, Sept. 13th and Saturday, Oct. 4th. Classes will be held at the arts center, located at 217 N. Front Street in the lower level of the Peter White Public Library.
Tips, Tricks, and Techniques with Carl Mayer
Saturday, September 13,
10 to 4pm
Creative Fall Color with Carl Mayer
Saturday, October 4,
10 to 4pm
Both classes are intended for intermediate to advanced students and the cost is $40. For more information or questions, please contact (906) 228-0472 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Holiday Watercolor Cards with Carl Mayer
Saturday, November 8 at 10am - 4pm
$45 registration fee
This class is intended for intermediate to advanced painters. Students will bring their own supplies and paint unique cards just in time for the Holidays.
Art Quilts for Beginners with Judy Parlato
Mondays, October 6-November 10 at 1-3 pm $60 registration fee, $5 for supplies Learn how to quilt! No experience or machine required. Materials will be provided. Students should bring their own machine if available. Projects and challenges in each class.
Basic Linoleum Block Print with Kayo Miwa
Wednesday, October 22 at 5:30-8:30 pm $30 registration fee, supplies included Make single-block autumn leaf designs to learn the basics of block printing. A timely project that creates handmade Halloween and Thanksgiving cards or any décor. Kayo Miwa was born and raised in Ogaki, Japan and moved to the United States to study Art and Design. Miwa’s passion for printmaking began when she started to create greeting cards for distant family and friends.
Linoleum Block Print and Simple Book Binding with Kayo Miwa
Wednesday, January 14 at 5:30-8:30 pm $30 registration fee, supplies included 2015 is the year of the Sheep. Each student will make a block print image of a sheep to be exchanged with other students to make a collective basic book form.
Basics of Reduction Block Print with Kayo Miwa
Saturday, February 7 at 1-4 pm $30 registration fee, supplies included Students will make a one of a kind Valentine’s Day card with a linoleum block print. Students will learn how to create a multi-colored block print image with one block print.
Japanese Tradition & Art for Children with Tomoko Inoue
Wednesdays, November 5-December 17 at 4:30-5:30 pm $75 registration fee (including a field trip to Temaki & Tea on December 17) Children are naturally curious. Encourage that curiosity with this Japanese Cultural class designed for children. In this six-week series, children will learn basic Japanese words, how to eat with chopsticks, how to write their name in Japanese calligraphy, how to create beautiful shapes using origami, learn Japanese children’s songs and get to taste Japanese food. The class will be taught by Tomoko Inoue who is originally from Kiryu, Japan. This class is intended for children 2nd - 6th grade.
Senior Acting with Jeff Spencer
Saturdays, October 4-25 at 2-4 pm This class, for seniors only, will teach the beginning techniques of acting by using the body as an instrument of portraying emotion, improvising games, breathing techniques, and scene acting. This class has been made possible by the Reynolds Foundation and the Senior Center.
Intermediate Senior Acting with Jeff Spencer
Saturdays, November 1-22 at 2-4 pm Intended for seniors who participated in last terms acting class, or for seniors with previous acting experience. This free class has been made possible by the Reynolds Foundation and the Senior Center. Senior Ballroom Dancing with Marge Sklar First and third Wednesday 1-2 pm Free for seniors. October 1 and 15 November 5 and 19 December 3 and 17
Senior Art Social
Second Tuesday of each month at 1 pm Taking place after monthly tours, join fellow seniors for informative demonstration and lecture by a local or regional artist. Refreshments will be served and there will be an opportunity for discussion and a question and answer section.
Second Tuesday of each month at 12:30 pm Arts and Culture Manger, Tiina Harris will guide guests on a free tour of both the SmallWorks and the Main Gallery. All Ages!