Upcoming Art Classes & Workshops! (Dec 27)

UPCOMING CLASSES & WORKSHOPS
Kimball Art Center inspires and connects through art. 
10% Off Art Classes for First-timers! 
Never taken an art class with us? 
Take advantage of our fall sale and get 10% off your first class.
For details and registrations, please call 435.649.8882.


KIDS N' CLAY
Thursdays, January 5, 12, 19, 26
3:30 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
With Kirstel Schiel
$105. Clay and firing included.
For kids ages 6-10.
 
This class is perfect for any child that wants more time creating and exploring with clay! Throughout the course, kids will learn different techniques in hand building as well as gain experience on the pottery wheel. We will make a variety of pottery and fun small scale sculptures such as thrown bowls, pinch pots, and clay critters all to be glazed on that last day of class!  Due to drying and firing times, pottery will be ready for pick up 10-12 days after class has ended.
Registration deadline: 
Monday, January 2


MASTERING THE MUG FOR TEENS & TWEENS
Thursdays, January 5, 12, 19, 26
5:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.
With Kirsten Schiel
$120 + $25 clay and firing fee.
For teens/tweens ages 11-16.
 
Hot drinks are better in handmade mugs, especially one you made yourself! Join us for a 4 week ceramics class focused on the different steps of mug making. We will take a close look at various mug forms: thrown and hand-built, contemporary handle ideas, surface decoration, and glazing.  Due to drying and firing times, pottery will be ready for pick up 10-12 days after class has ended.
Registration deadline: 
Monday, January 2


PAINTERLY PRINTMAKING: Introduction to Monotype
Saturday & Sunday
January 7 & 8
10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
With Jeff Juhlin in his SLC Studio
$300 + $40 materials fee.
For adults ages 17+.
 

Participants will work in Jeff Juhlin's Salt Lake City Studio where he has a professional printmaking press which will be used to produce Monotypes often known as Monoprints . Monotypes are one of a kind prints commonly described as "Painterly Prints" because the printmaking process is less technical and more fluid than traditional etching, Intaglio and lithography processes. Ink or paint is applied directly to a plate and run through a printmaking press to transfer the image onto paper. Many unique and exciting effects are produced through this process. Participants will work with non toxic water soluble soy based inks applied to Polycarbonate plates. Techniques covered include mixing ink, additive and subtractive methods, viscosity printing, the use of stencils including hand cut Mylar stencils, multiple plate printing, plate and paper registration methods and other techniques to create vibrant exciting one of a kind prints. We will be discussing how to produce monotypes in your own studio without having to access a printmaking press including the use of Barons, pin rollers and other alternatives.  Please remember to bring a lunch, or there are eating establishments nearby Jeff's studio. Please also bring a smock or wear appropriate workshop clothing.
Registration deadline: 
Wednesday, January 4


POTTERY PALS FOR TOTS
Tuesdays, January 10, 17, 24, 31
1:00 p.m. - 2:00 pm.
With Cameron Chaffee
$80. Materials included.
For tots ages 3-5.
 
Spring into creativity and invite students to experiment with clay texture and shapes as they learn basic clay building skills.  Students will be introduced to coils, pinch pots and slabs as they hand build fun figures from their imagination.  Each class will focus on a different technique, and students will have the opportunity to paint and glaze their mini masterpieces! Due to drying and firing times, pottery will be ready for pick up 10-12 days after class has ended.
Registration deadline: 
Friday, January 6

Kimball Art Center members always receive 10% off classes! 
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