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NEW! Drawing Silhouettes, Skeletons & Selfies w/Lisa Granata For Ages 9-13 (In-Person)
 
This 8-week class is held in-person at the Attleboro Arts Museum on Saturday mornings for ages 9-13. 

Focus on working from life and your imagination! Create unique portraits, anatomical pieces and selfie abstractions while honing your skills in professional drawing techniques.  Students will work in graphite, ink & charcoal. This class is project based and is perfect for the serious young artist! Open to beginner and intermediate levels.   

Students provide materials. Please bring the following art supplies with you each week:  
• Mixed media paper pad (any brand) – at least 11” x 14” or larger
• 1 sheet of toned paper – grey or brown (paper bags work great as an option)
• Fine point & ultra-fine point combo Sharpie marker (black)
• Kneaded eraser
• Vine charcoal (small package)
• Charcoal pencils (one of each – black & white)
• HB drawing pencil
• Pink Pearl eraser

Recommended art materials sources are Greg Dorrance Co. in Attleboro, MA or BLICK ART MATERIALS in Providence, RI. 
Click to view the BLICK “wish list” for this class (curbside pickup is available at the Providence location). 

*This class is in high demand! When the class is full, if we reach a satisfactory number on our waiting list, we may offer another class of this kind. Please call 508.222.2644 x10 to be placed on our waiting list.

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Starts Starts: 9/26/2020 10:00 AM
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Class Size Class size: 9 seats
NEW! Drawing Your Vision - Teen Art Studio w/Lisa Granata For Ages 14-17 (In-Person)
 
This 8-week class is held in-person at the Attleboro Arts Museum on Saturday afternoons for ages 14-17.

Students will explore unique challenges in drawing. Assignments will be designed to strengthen each student’s portfolio and will focus on portraiture, anatomy, perspective, foreshortening and more. In this class, students will work from life as well as their imaginations. A focus on individual style and experimentation will be encouraged, students work to their own ability levels. Open to beginner and intermediate levels.

Student provide materials. Please have the following art supplies with you each week:
• Mixed media paper pad (any brand) – at least 14” x 17” or larger
• 1 sheet of toned paper – grey or brown (paper bags work great as an option)
• Fine point & ultra-fine point combo Sharpie marker (black)
• Kneaded eraser
• Vine charcoal (small package)
• Charcoal pencils (one of each – black & white)
• HB drawing pencil
• Pink Pearl eraser
• Optional: colored pencils (any brand)

Recommended art materials sources are Greg Dorrance Co. in Attleboro, MA or BLICK ART MATERIALS, Providence, RI.
Click to view theBLICK “wish list”for this class (curbside pickup is available at the Providence location).


*This class is in high demand! When the class is full, if we reach a satisfactory number on our waiting list, we may offer another class of this kind. Please call 508.222.2644 x10 to be placed on our waiting list.

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Starts Starts: 9/26/2020 12:45 PM
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Class Size Class size: 9 seats
Class is FULL. Please call 508-222-2644 x10 to be placed on our waiting list.
NEW! Mini Mark Makers – Kids Drawing w/Sandra Barrett For Ages 5-8 (In-Person)
 
This 8-week class is held in-person at the Attleboro Arts Museum on Saturday mornings for ages 5-8. 

Discover your own creativity while making your MARK in ART!  Learn about basic drawing techniques such as line, shading & perspective while using pencil, charcoal, chalk and ink. Focus on how to draw your world – what if the skies could talk? What line represents me? How do I make an apple look 3-D? 

Students provide materials. Please bring the following art supplies to class each week: 
• 11” x 14” mixed media paper pad (any brand)
• Fine point Sharpie marker (black)
• Kneaded eraser
• Charcoal or chalk sticks (one of each - black, white & brown). Generals makes an affordable 4 pack of chalk sticks.
• HB drawing pencil
• Pink Pearl eraser

Recommended art materials sources are Greg Dorrance Co. in Attleboro, MA or BLICK ART MATERIALS in Providence, RI. 
Click to view the BLICK “wish list” for this class (curbside pickup is available at the Providence location). 


*This class is in high demand! When the class is full, if we reach a satisfactory number on our waiting list, we may offer another class of this kind. Please call 508.222.2644 x10 to be placed on our waiting list.

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Starts Starts: 9/26/2020 10:00 AM
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Class Size Class size: 8 seats
Class is FULL. Please call 508-222-2644 x10 to be placed on our waiting list.
Intermediate & Advanced Painting w/Lisa Granata For Adults 18+ (Virtual)
 
This 10-week class is held virtually via Zoom on Friday evenings for adults 18+. There is no art class on Friday, Nov 27th - please mark your calendar.

The Zoom invitation is included in the confirmation email.


Emphasis will be given on developing your skills in professional painting techniques. Explore color, perspective, mark making and personal style while working from life and your imagination. Attention given to composition, value, color theory and painterly processes.

Students provide materials.  Download an Intermediate & Advanced Painting Materials List

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Starts Starts: 10/2/2020 6:30 PM
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NEW! Clay Hand-building: Cornucopias, Pumpkin Jars & Penholders w/Tracy Korneffel For Ages 9-13 (In-Person)
 
This 6-week class is held in-person at the Attleboro Arts Museum on Saturday mornings for ages 9-13.  Tuition cost includes materials. 

Create imaginative & unique hand-building projects that focus on pinch pot, slab and coil techniques. Demos of techniques will be shown and discussed. Make a large cornucopia to fill with seasonal goodies, a large pumpkin jar with cutouts and “creature feature” inspired penholders!

Students will NOT be sharing clay or tools. Each enrolled student will be given sanitized clay tools in a Ziploc bag, labeled with their name, for use during this class session. At the end of each class, tools will be cleaned by the student and then placed back in their Ziploc bag for the following week.  Using gloves, the instructor will portion and pass out clay and glaze for each student as needed.

OF NOTE: We're saving energy during our kiln firings. All artworks created during this class will be available for pickup within 2-3 weeks after the final class. An email notification will be sent out when work is ready for pickup. We encourage students to take photographs of the artworks they created during this session for reference during pickup.

*This class is in high demand! When the class is full, if we reach a satisfactory number on our waiting list, we may offer another class of this kind. Please call 508.222.2644 x10 to be placed on our waiting list.


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Starts Starts: 10/3/2020 12:30 PM
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Class Size Class size: 5 seats
Class is FULL. Please call 508-222-2644 x10 to be placed on our waiting list.
NEW! Mushrooms, Monsters & Creepy Crawlies in Clay w/Tracy Korneffel For Ages 5-8 (In-Person)
 
This 6-week class is held in-person at the Attleboro Arts Museum on Saturday mornings for ages 5-8.  Tuition cost includes materials. 

In this hands-on clay class, students will learn the basics of hand-building such as pinch pot, slab and coil ceramic techniques while creating unique autumn inspired artworks – make a coiled beast that lives under the bed, a spider pinch pot candle holder and lots of bright colored mushrooms for the garden! 

Students will NOT be sharing clay or tools. Each enrolled student will be given sanitized clay tools in a Ziploc bag, labeled with their name, for use during this class session. At the end of each class, tools will be cleaned by the student and then placed back in their Ziploc bag for the following week.  Using gloves, the instructor will portion and pass out clay and glaze for each student as needed.


*This class is in high demand! When the class is full, if we reach a satisfactory number on our waiting list, we may offer another class of this kind. Please call 508.222.2644 x10 to be placed on our waiting list.

OF NOTE: We're saving energy during our kiln firings. All artworks created during this class will be available for pickup within 2-3 weeks after the final class. An email notification will be sent out when work is ready for pickup. We encourage students to take photographs of the artworks they created during this session for reference during pickup.

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Starts Starts: 10/3/2020 10:00 AM
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Class Size Class size: 5 seats
Class is FULL. Please call 508-222-2644 x10 to be placed on our waiting list.
NEW! Feathers, Fat & Fleece: Barnyard Animals in Monotype w/Carolyn Letvin For Adults 18+ (In-Person)
 
This 4-week class is held in-person at the Attleboro Arts Museum on Tuesday afternoons for adults 18+.

Known as "the painterly print," monotype is the simplest form of printmaking. It has a rich history that has attracted artists from the 17th century through today. We'll work both additively and reductively, painting and rolling oil paint onto a plexiglass plate, then drawing into or wiping away areas to create elegantly expressive, unique prints. 

In the four mornings that comprise this class, you will become familiar with and perfect this exciting technique by rendering cows, sheep, chickens and pigs. Through demos and making your own prints from pictures of farm animals that you will bring, you will create a portfolio of images that you’ll love and learn from as you make this technique your own.

Open to all levels. Students provide materials. Download a Barnyard Animals in Monotype Materials List

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Starts Starts: 10/6/2020 10:00 AM
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Class Size Class size: 7 seats
The Art of Journaling w/Sandy Coleman For Adults 18+ (Virtual)
 
This 4-week class is held virtually via Zoom on Wednesday evenings for adults 18+.  The Zoom invitation is included in the confirmation email.

What’s on your mind and in your heart? Let’s take a playful journey and explore. In this visual journaling class we will experiment with various mixed-media techniques and materials. We will reflect, pour out our thoughts and ideas with images and words, hold onto inspirational quotes, and record the lessons we are living through. Our creative safe space will be judgment-free to allow us to focus on process rather than perfection, relaxation and connecting with others through conversation and sharing. Weekly prompts will inspire us in sessions that will include drawing, painting and collage work in a bound art journal. All levels welcome. 

Students provide materials. Download The Art of Journaling Materials List


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Above images created by instructor, Sandy Coleman.



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Starts Starts: 10/7/2020 7:00 PM
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NEW! Falling For Watercolors - A Series of Autumn Demonstrations w/Ben Macomber For Adults 18+ (Virtual)
 
These special live demos will be held virtually via Zoom on Thursday mornings for adults 18+.
The Zoom invitation is included in the confirmation email.

Watch with wonder as watercolor masterpieces come alive before your eyes. Accomplished watercolorist, Ben Macomber will lead three entertaining demonstrations that will focus on some of his favorite inspirations – birch trees, still-life with vegetables, and florals. Enjoy a live question & answer segment at the end of each demo. Participants are welcome to take notes during the demo – Ben will be sharing lots of watercolor tips and tricks that he’s developed over the years. 

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Starts Starts: 10/8/2020 10:30 AM
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NEW! Intermediate Linocut Printmaking w/Lisa Granata For Adults 18+ (Virtual)
 
This 6-week class is held virtually via Zoom on Thursday evenings for adults 18+. The Zoom invitation is included in the confirmation email.  

Students will experiment with relief linocut printmaking processes. Explore the practice of using linocut tools, brayers, mixing inks, inking the plate, rainbow rolls, and how to hand-print with a baren without relying on a printing press. Students will create artist proofs, ghosts and a limited edition of prints. Students may choose from the following printing processes: stamping, single blocks, hand-tinting, reduction, jigsaw, multiple blocks and mixed media (combining prints, collage and added media). The subject matter will be chosen by the student.

Students provide materials. Download an Intermediate Linocut Printmaking Materials List. 

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Starts Starts: 10/8/2020 6:30 PM
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NEW! Muddy Masterpieces - Hand-building in Clay w/Tracy Korneffel For Adults 18+ (In-Person)
 
This 8-week class is held in-person at the Attleboro Arts Museum on Thursday evenings for adults 18+. There is no art class on Thurs, Nov 26th - please mark your calendar.

Discover the joys of creating in clay while receiving hands-on instruction in hand-building techniques. Learn about pinch pot, slab and coil techniques to create unique masterpieces in clay. Projects include slump tableware, coil vases, bird houses and more. Techniques will be discussed and demonstrated. Of note: this class is for beginner and intermediate levels and provides students with guided instruction. It is not an open studio. 

Students provide some materials.  Please bring the following supplies to class: 
• A clay tool kit (must include a pin tool, sponge, rib and various sculpting tools)
• Selection of synthetic brushes for glazing (any brand) 
• A piece of raw canvas – at least 14” x 16” (or placemat size) for wedging, etc. 

Recommended art materials sources are Greg Dorrance Co. in Attleboro, MA or BLICK ART MATERIALS in Providence, RI. Click to view the BLICK “wish list” for this class (curbside pickup is available at the Providence location). 

Materials fee covers 25lbs of clay, firing fees and glaze. Students will work with a selection of Museum "in house" glazes. If a desired glaze is not included in the Museum's "in house" glaze selection, please connect with the instructor. We may be able to order your desired glaze at an additional cost. 

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• Students will NOT be sharing clay. Each student will receive 25lbs of clay and their own personal bucket for use during this session. On the last day of class, all surplus clay must be taken home by the student, and the buckets cleaned out. The Museum is unable to accept donated clay at this time.
• Wheels and wedging tables will not be used. If wedging is needed, students will use their clay mat at their table top station.  
• Using gloves, the instructor will portion and pass out glaze for each student as needed. 

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Starts Starts: 10/8/2020 6:00 PM
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Class Size Class size: 5 seats
NEW! Altered Surfaces w/Cindy Petruccillo For Adults 18+ (Virtual)
 
This 6-week class is held virtually via Zoom on Friday afternoons for adults 18+.  The Zoom invitation is included in the confirmation email.

In this course students will alter and manipulate surfaces using marbling techniques. Students will engage in the practice of repurposing and assemblage incorporating their own collection of papers and the inclusion of 2D objects. Designing and composing one layer at a time, students will see their work evolve with imagery that is both inventive and expressive. All levels welcome.

Students provide materials. Download the Altered Surfaces Materials List

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Starts Starts: 10/9/2020 2:00 PM
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