Adult Education

Fall 2018 Schedule of Adult Classes

Painting, Pottery, and more!

Art ala Carte


Adult Drawing with Maya Smith

6 weeks: September 20th – October 25th, Thursdays, 5:00 – 7:00 pm; Ages 14+

If you have an interest in learning how to draw, but don’t know how to get started, then this class is for you! Learn the basics of drawing materials and techniques, using graphite and colored pencils.


Adult Watercolor Painting with Myra O. Barton 

6 weeks: September 27th – November 1st , Thursdays, 5:00 – 7:00 pm; Ages 14+

Learn step-by-step watercolor painting techniques, to bolster your confidence and enjoyment! Painting techniques will include blending, layering, scumbling, and exploring ways to apply texture, light and form.

Beginners Adult Pottery with Morgan Edwards 

6 weeks: September 11th – October 23rd*, Tuesdays, 5:30 – 7:30 pm; Ages 14+

Learn the step-by-step processes of the art of working with clay, and creating ceramic artwork! Students can expect to learn foundational hand-building techniques. We will also explore decorating, using slips, and glaze formulation.

There will be no class on September 18th.

Drawing into Painting with Carolita Cantrell 

6 weeks: October 23rd – December 4th*, Tuesdays, 4:30 – 6:30 pm; Ages 14+

Join Carolita on a new and unique journey through illustration and painting. The first several classes will focus on drawing, and in the remainder, students will apply these skills to acrylic painting.

There will be no class on November 20th.

Intermediate Ceramics with G. Cole Miller 

6 weeks: Oct 30th – Dec 11th*, Tuesdays, 6:00 – 8:00 pm; Ages 18+

Students will further their knowledge of contemporary approaches to ceramics to build skills and techniques. This includes recycling clay and formulating clay bodies; mixing glaze from raw materials; using stains and oxides to add color to clays, slips, and glazes; plaster press and two-part molds for casting; and potentially wheel-throwing for sculptural forms. Students MUST have a basic understanding of hand-building and wheel-throwing techniques. For intermediate students, this class may also serve as an open studio for the creation of independent projects.

There will be no class on November 20th.


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