Skate Park Collaboration Camp with the Arts Guild
July 22-25, 2019 · 9am-12pm
Youth will collaborate together to adorn the features of the skate park with color and design. This is a 4 day intensive project that will produce a site specific public work of art. Open to kids 7 years old and up. Registration required.
Nature Smash: Family Project at the Arts Guild
July 26th, 2019 · 3-5pm
The Carbon County Arts Guild and Tippet Rise Art Center invites you to attend Nature Smash! This family oriented art workshop uses the natural coloring properties of plants on fabric. All ages are welcome.
Obvara Firing Workshop - Marcia Selsor
Saturday, August 3 & August 10 , 2019 · 10am-4pm
4 p.m. / $65 per person (10% member discount)
In the first session participants will work with clay to hand build 4 pieces that incorporate
various techniques including slabs, coils, drape molds, and tubes. In the second session, students
will experience the unique Obvara firing process that is done i n a Raku kiln.
The Obvara method was used to seal low temperature pottery in rural Eastern Europe in the late Dark Ages. Todays revival of Obvara by artisans exploits the burnt coloration for more creative exploration of emphasizing textures and forms.
Supplies for the workshop will be provided. Space is limited to 8. Open to 16 years of age and older. Registration is required.
Open Studio Figure Drawing at the Arts Guild
Aug-Dec Second Saturday · 10am to 12 pm
Drop in Open Studio figure drawing session is where participants create from a clothed live model. It is a good place to share ideas and drawing techniques with fellow artists. Bring your own supplies. All skill levels welcomed.
Painting and Critique - Denney NeVille
Friday, August 16 - Saturday August 17, 2019 · Friday, 6:30 - 8:30 p.m.
This workshop will
include time for each student to paint as well as time for a critique. NeVille
will d iscuss drawing, composition, color, use of solvents and mediums, glazing, dry brushing,
perspective, framing, signatures, final picture varnish, and how to prepare a painting for
presentation. In addition to bringing paint supplies, students are asked to b ring 1-2 paintings for
critique, plus a failed piece that we can experiment with and possibly redeem as a masterpiece.
Be prepared to take notes and share your experience.
Members receive a 10 percent discount.