Kimball Arts Center Upcoming Classes and Workshops

ARTIST PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT 
WORKSHOP I: The Field
Thursday, September 15
6:00 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.
With Kerri Hopkins
$13, BYO artwork.
For adults ages 17+.
UPCOMING ART CLASSES & WORKSHOPS
ARTIST PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT 
WORKSHOP I: The Field
Thursday, September 15
6:00 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.
With Kerri Hopkins
$13, BYO artwork.
For adults ages 17+.

The Field is a peer-to-peer forum for artists to share work and exchange feedback. The Fieldwork method reveals how each piece is perceived by others and fosters a detailed information exchange that is both efficient and supportive.  Insightful and stimulating critiques are guided by an experienced facilitator. Artists working in any medium (performing, visual, new media, craft, folk art, design, literary, music) are invited to attend, the groups are aesthetically diverse. Fieldwork is effective for beginning, emerging, and established artists. Participants may share completed works or works-in-progress. By practicing Fieldwork, artists benefit from expanding feedback skills across disciplines, connecting with other artists, jump starting their practice, making progress on developing projects, audience building, and gain an understanding of how and what their work communicates to viewers.  
Registration deadline: 
TOMORROW! Tuesday, September 13

SUMI-E EAST ASIAN BRUSH PAINTING: Fall Colors
Saturday, September 17
10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
With Karen Kurka Jensen
$100 + $55 materials fee.
For adults ages 17+.

Enjoy your Saturday with Karen learning an introduction to sumi-e east asian brush painting. Students will be taught how to correctly load ink onto ink brushes, and learn some basic brushstroke techniques that help students achieve a successful composition. The subject matter focus will be autumn leaves and chrysanthemums. There will be several demonstrations each day with a hands-on teaching style and plenty of practice time. If you are a returning student and already have a sumi-e kit from Karen, the materials fee is lowered to $20 for ink and paper.
Registration deadline:
Thursday, September 15

INTRO TO 
HENNA ART
For Teens/Tweens
Saturdays, September 17, 24; 
October 1
10:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.
With Meagan Chartier
$65 + $30 materials fee.
For teens/tweens ages 11-16.

The objective of this class is to provide students an opportunity to work with Henna paste to create body art. Students will get to explore a brief history of the art form and learn how henna paste is made. We will also look at the work of modern Henna artists, as well as traditional and nontraditional designs. Students will gain experience sketching and creating unique patterns using symbolism and abstract art as well as work hands-on with Henna paste. Students will be able to take home their sketchbooks, henna materials, and reference materials to keep and use at later dates.
Registration deadline:
Thursday, September 15

AUTUMN WIND CHIMES
Fun for Families!
Saturday, September 17
10:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.
With Cameron Chaffee
$25 per project.
Materials included.
For all ages; adults & kids register together!
 
Celebrate the autumn season by making a beautiful wind chime out of clay to place on your porch, in a tree, or in a garden!  Learn how to carve feathers and leaves out of clay to make an autumn themed project that kids and adults love.  Wind chime pieces will be painted with glazes to fire in the kiln.  Due to drying and firing times, pottery will be ready to pick up 10-12 days after the class session is finished. For assembly, wood and string will be provided when you pick up the wind chimes.
Registration deadline:
Thursday, September 15
DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY INTENSIVE 
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday
September 19, 20, 21
5:30 - 8:30 p.m.
With Rebekah Stevens
$140. BYO digital camera and zip drive.
For adults ages 17+.

Learn the essentials of digital photography during this "intensive" 3 day course. Most of the class will be spent outside in the field taking photos of the mountains and fall foliage. Portraiture can also be taught depending on the student's interests. For the latter portion of each session, students will come back to the KAC to assess their photos and have open discussion about their experiences and challenges.  Class size is small, so all levels of experience are welcome as beginner, intermediate and advanced techniques will be taught!
Registration deadline: 
Friday, September 16
 
 



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PARK CITY, UT 84060
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