Altered Book Workshop with instructor, Pam Neff
Thursday, November 13 from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m.
$20 per person — all materials provided — all ages welcome
In this one day workshop, you will learn Pam’s book folding for 3D effects, collage for journaling and other book altering techniques. You will create your own work of art and leave with inspiring creative ideas.
Fall Art Class Information – Registration for these classes has ended.
Children’s Art Classes Classes meet ONE day per week for EIGHT weeks. The fee is $30.00 for one entire eight week session.
Supplies are provided for children’s classes. Students develop art skills with challenging new projects. Classes are designed to meet the needs and abilities of each student as well as foster creativity, social skills and individual growth. Mixed Media classes provide experience working with a variety of materials and processes – painting, drawing, collage and 3-D materials.
PRESCHOOL CLASSES ONLY - Parent/Caretaker is required to stay on North Canton Public Library Property for the duration of preschool class. Preschool classes are for children ages 3 to 5 years old, who are able to participate in a classroom setting independently, and who are potty trained.
HELD FC – 3. K-2nd “We Love Animals” Wednesday 4:30 to 5:15 p.m. Inst: Marjorie Lutes
Artists draw, paint and sculpt many kinds of animals. We will make one of your favorites each week from fish, insects, birds, pets, dinosaurs and wild imaginary beasts.
HELD FC – 4. K-2nd “Eye Spy Art” Thursday 4:30 to 5:15 p.m. Inst: Pam Neff
We will discuss famous artists and follow some of their techniques to create our own master pieces.
CANCELED FC – 5. 3rd – 5th “Exploring Nature” Wednesday 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. Inst: Marjorie Lutes
Nature drawing, painting and collage; If you love the outdoors, you will enjoy our subjects of trees and landscapes, the sea, mountains, animal life, flowers, plants and people.
HELD FC – 6. 3rd – 5th “Reduce, Reuse, Create” Thursday 5:45 to 6:45 p.m. Inst: Pam Neff
We will use recycled materials in this class to create new works of art and look at famous artists who upcycle materials in their art too.
HELD FC – 7. 6th – 8th “Dynamic Drawing” Tuesday 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. Inst: Marjorie Lutes
Basic and essential for young artists. We will use pencils, kneaded erasers, pastels, and felt markers to create a portfolio of realistic drawings. Included will be practice of line, composition, texture, shading, linear perspective, and more, with your favorite subjects like people and animals. Please note in registration information there will be no Tuesday class on September 30. Make up day will be November 11.
Home School Art Classes Classes meet ONE day per week for EIGHT weeks. The fee is $30.00 for one entire eight week session. Supplies are provided for home school classes. Classes are designed to help home school students get a real art class experience. In this series of classes, both K-2nd and 3rd-6th students will be learning the basic principles and elements of art. Students will also learn about famous artists and their influence in the art world
Adult Art Classes Classes meet ONE day per week for EIGHT weeks. The fee is $40.00 for one entire either week session. Adult classes are open to high School students and up. Supply lists for adult classes are available online and at the library’s information center.
HELD FA – 1. “Watercolor With Rudy” Monday 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. Inst: Rudy Amatangelo
Rudy’s presentation, demonstration and critique method of group instruction benefits both beginning and advanced painters. Fundamental design, composition and drawing techniques will be applied to landscape subjects. This class makes use of digital equipment, including Power Point projected reference, printer/copier and cameras as tools to enhance learning. This class has a requested supply list available online and at the library’s information center.
HELD FA – 2. “Intrigued by Watercolor” Tuesday 6 to 7:30 p.m. Inst: Nancy Stewart Matin
Tried watercolor and got stuck on your own? Let us show you techniques that will teach and expand whatever knowledge you have. Always wanted to try watercolor? We can do that, too… This class has a requested supply list available online and at the library’s information center. Please note in registration information there will be no Tuesday class on September 30-make up day November 11.
FALL ART CLASS DATES:
All classes begin the week of September 15 and run through the week of November 3. Classes meet ONE day per week for EIGHT weeks. PLEASE NOTE: There will be no classes held on Tuesday, September 30. The library will be closed for an in-service day. The make-up day for September 30 will be held on Tuesday, November 11.
Classes are first come first serve and fill quickly. You must have a North Canton Public Library card to register. All CHILDREN’S art class registration will be done ONLINE only. www.ncantonlibrary.org Adult art class registration may be done by paper form or online. Paper registration forms are near the front entrance of the library. If you have registered yourself or your child for a class “that person is enrolled” unless we are called with a cancellation. REGISTRATION DEADLINE: September 3
CLASS CONFIRMATION and STUDENT CANCELLATION:
We cannot contact each student individually. Remember to check class confirmation for held classes. Call to hear a message: 330-499-4712, at the prompt press nine, or check online at: www.ncantonlibrary.org. Information will also be posted in the library. Cancellation of a class must be made before the registration deadline. If you have registered yourself or your child for a class “that person is enrolled” unless we are called with a cancellation. CLASS CONFIRMATION: September 5.
Children’s and Home School class fee is $30.00 /Adult class fee is $40.00. Please do not make payment at this time. Payments for confirmed classes will be due no later than the second class. Please remember to bring your payment to class. Payment can be made by check or cash. All checks must be made out to North Canton Public Library. PLEASE NOTE: Failure to pay will result in the fee being charged against your library account, and may result in your account being blocked from use and being reported to the library’s collection agency. By registering for a class, you verify that you accept this policy.