The basic materials you will need to assemble a mobile will be provided by Upsculpt including marine debris, however you will need to bring your own ingenuity, imagination and what ever you want to *upcycle! Actually there is practically no limit to the kind of material that can be used to make mobiles, as long as its not too heavy. We suggest picking up plastics from the shoreline!
Join North Fork chalk artist Kara Hoblin for the second session of making your own chalk creation inspired by something you would like to let go of. Students will work off their own small chalkboards that will be erased at the end of each session, and will add to a communal chalk drawing that will be ceremoniously wiped clean at “The Big Erase”, which will take place at the end of the Thursday, December 20th session with music and refreshments.
A quilt is an object of comfort that is often made with love by hand. Stop by to join us along with artist Mare Dianora as we create a quilt together to celebrate ‘community’ and how we define it. Each participant will create their own square for this community art project that will become part of the larger work.
Learn the art technique used to create The Radiance Project. Cyanotype is an early photographic process that uses the sun to expose imagery, noted for its intense blue hues. We’ll use a variety of natural, found, and drawing materials to create unique prints. All ages 7 and above welcome.
2 Sessions: 12:30 PM and 2 PM
Whether you are a chess expert or new to the game, join coach Ulysses Tapley to play and learn “the art of chess” – the final chess gathering of 2018. Reservations are not required – just come and play!
This popular class will explore how to expand your range and expression, sing with more freedom, gain better breath control, and learn how to take care of your voice. You will learn effective vocal warm-ups and ways to address performance anxiety.
The basic materials you will need to assemble an adorable baby whale ornament will be provided by Upsculpt including marine debris, however you will need to bring your own ingenuity, imagination and what ever you want to *upcycle! Actually there is practically no limit to the kind of material that can be used to make mobiles, as long as its not too heavy. We suggest picking up plastics from the shoreline!
Join North Fork chalk artist Kara Hoblin as she wipes away many of her large chalk drawings as a tool to let go of attachments from the past, present, and future. The 3rd BIG ERASE invites all participants to come with an open heart and mind to the power art has to heal and build compassionate relationships in modern society. All chalkboards will also be available for participants to make their own chalk creations inspired by something they would like to let go of. Then all chalk drawings will be ceremoniously wiped clean during “The Big Erase”, including live music by Julia King and refreshments.
Join TAKEOVER! artist Ruby Jackson who will host a special Sculpey miniatures session for kids and adults at SAC. Attendees will learn to make whimsical small objects out of clay – miniature food, little animals, etc. The sculptures will then be baked in a toaster oven, and will be ready to take home when cool!
Join TAKEOVER! artist Laurie Lambrecht for a very special weaving workshop. Attendees will learn the basics of weaving on a small frame.