Workshops

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Our workshops provide unique educational opportunities in specific métiers, taught by local artists. Usually, workshops meet once a week during each ten week session, and most are free or low-cost. In our programs, we use new approaches with existing mediums to create original work.

 

Spring 2014 Workshops

To register, please download the workshop’s registration form, fill it out,

save it with the student’s name in the file name (i.e. johnsmithprintmakingregistration.pdf), and return it.

You can email it to: Laura@cfaer.org

Fax it to us: 323.226.0949

 

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Wednesdays, March 5 – May 14, 2014

4 – 5:30pm

Ages 6-12

$100 for ten week session

Taught by: Jenn Su (co-founder of Thank You For Coming, gardening teacher at

Larchmont Charter School, UC certified Master Gardener + Master Food Preserver)

 

An experimental food and art series using plant parts, live cultures
and alchemy to explore processes for bewitching, healing, eating, and
play. Spells, sodas, syrups, soups, sourdough, salves, + secrets.

*2 classes to take place at Thank You For Coming’s restaurant storefront

 

Potions Workshop Registration

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Printmaking

Ages: 15 and uptiny tombs copy

Tuition: $100

Instructor: Jonah Olson

Mondays, February 24 – May 19, 2014

6:00 – 8:00pm

 

Learn how to make all manner of prints using non- toxic and easy to use materials: Lino-Cuts, Wood-Cuts, Monotypes, Drypoint Etchings, Collographs.

Printmaking Workshop Registration

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Clay Sculpture Projects (adults)unnamed

Ages: 16 +

Tuition: $80

Tuesdays, 7 – 8 pm, February 18 – May 6, 2014

Instructor: Weronika Zaluska

This workshop is an introduction to various techniques of working with unfired clay. Students will learn to combine clay with other materials and substances, including: paper, wire, nylon fibers, fabric and glue. We will be creating permanent sculptures without firing them in the kiln. The goal of this class is a free and spontaneous expression through clay.

Clay Sculpture Projects Registration