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Drawing and Painting from Life
with John Allen
On-going sessions for those who want to work on their own to develop and refine their techniques of drawing and painting from the live model. Short poses. Bring your own materials. This is a monitored event, not a class. Interested in paying for 8 sessions all at once and receiving a discount? Reach out to us at 845-424-3960 for more information.
NEW! Monthly Print Studio Pass
Take advantage of our fully equipped printmaking studio and work on our own projects on your own time! This pass gives you unlimited access to our print studio during open studio hours for one month.This is not a class and is for experienced printmakers only. Artists are responsible for their own ink and paper. Open Studio hours will be sent to all registrants.
We require anyone new to our print studio to set up a time to meet with a member of our staff so we can show you the studio and answer any questions in person. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to make an appointment.
Advanced Handbuilding and Sculpture
with Ada Pilar Cruz
Explore creating dynamic clay sculptures in this advanced hand-building class with teaching artist and sculptor Ada Pilar Cruz. This class is open to both sculptors as well as potters working in a sculptural way. Class runs for 10 weeks and includes 4 hours a week of open studio time. Materials and firing fees are not included.
with Renee Curci Ivanoff
Two different days available
Instructor will guide young artists through the techniques of building with clay: pinch, slab and coil. Students will be introduced to the pottery wheel during the first block. Students who enroll in the second block will continue their work on the wheel.
For children ages 7-12.
NEW! Easy Printmaking Methods
with Michael Piotrowski
Experiment with printmaking in this class focusing on modern techniques in drypoint and monoprints. Students will try their hand at drypoint on plastic to experience a new take on a traditional practice that is similar to engraving on metal. We will also be creating monoprints, a form of printmaking with lines, shapes, or images that can only be made once, unlike most printmaking, which allows for multiple originals. Both methods are easy to learn and fun to explore. Don’t feel confident in your drawing skills? No problem! This class is for adults and mature teenagers of all skill levels. There is a materials fee included in the tuition for this course.
All printmaking classes include 2 hours a week of open studio time.
with GAC Team
Seven different day/times available
Join us to learn or further develop your clay skills on the wheel or hand-building (or both!) This multi-level class is designed for those with and without prior clay experience and is open to adults and mature high school students. Beginners will learn to center on the potter’s wheel and practice making basic thrown pots in addition to learning basic glazing techniques. Intermediate and advanced students will strengthen existing skills and add new ones to their repertoire. Class runs for 10 weeks and includes 4 hours a week of open studio time. Materials and firing fees are not included.
Watercolor at Glynwood
with Linda Barboni
Enjoy a special on location 8 week session of Watercolor at Glynwood! Open to new and experienced students; this class will explore the world of blending pigment with water. Students will learn traditional techniques, but also be encouraged to take risks using different techniques and materials. Enjoy the freedom that watercolor provides!
This class is open to students of all skill levels. New students will receive an email about what supplies they will need to bring. Class runs for 8 weeks and does not include materials.
PLEASE NOTE: This in-person class is not at Garrison Art Center. Students will be provided information about meeting at Glynwood.
Family Clay Studio
with Renee Curci Ivanoff
For kids from 7 to 17 plus you, their family member! Set a date with your child, niece, nephew, or friend, and join us on Saturday mornings. Have fun creating, exploring, and working with clay together. Family Clay Studio is a wonderful way to share and create with clay. You’ll work together learning how to hand-build, throw on the wheel, glaze, and learn a bit about the kiln. Your glazed and fired pieces will be your clay treasures to take home. Class runs for 8 weeks and includes materials and firing fees.
This class is for families ONLY, not for individuals. Price is by the individual, please purchase a spot for each family member. When registering adults; please make a child account for yourself and use "Your Name+Adult" (example: SarahAdult) and set a fake birthdate.