SUMMER ART CLASSES JUST ANNOUNCED!

 

Art Classes (5 Week Session)


Studio artist, muralist and book illustrator Peggy Grinvalsky offers a relaxed way to learn to draw everything you see, develop a lively sense of color and experiment with bold vitality. Work in color pencil, watercolor mixed media and acrylic paint in an on-going drawing & painting class or learn the basics of book illustration/graphic design and then develop your own dynamic style. All materials & tools provided. Come in comfortable old clothes, bring your favorite comfort food. Six students are needed for a class to be held. Register by following the link below.

 

SUMMER ART CLASSES 2018 

 

Teens & Adults

ON-GOING DRAWING & PAINTING & ILLUSTRATION teens & adults beginning through advanced
Wednesdays 6 to 8 pm July 11, 18, 25, August 1,8 cost $120
Emphasis on Landscape Perspectives and impact with individual choice of medium 


Sketching in the Northwoods teens & adults beginning through advanced
Enjoy a relaxing morning each week in a garden, by a lake, or at the ebach learning the friendly art of sketching from the world around you. Wednesdays 10am to 12 pm July 11, 18, 25 August 1,8  cost $120

 

CHILDREN’S ART CLASSES

 

Start your child’s artistic life with loose and lively mixed-media art explora-tion that focuses on developing a joy in creating, an intuitive understanding of color, sharp observation and fearless experimentation.

 

MORNING YOUNG CHILDREN'S ART FUN Ages 4 to 9
Tuesday 10 to 12:00 pm July 10, 17, 24, 21, August 7 cost $80


GROWING YOUNG ARTIST'S SUMMER ART DAYS ages 9 through 14
Tuesday 6 to 8 pm July 10, 17, 24, 31, August 7 cost $95

 

All materials & tools provided. Come in comfortable old clothes, bring your favorite comfort food.
Some classes fill quickly, so please send in your registration early. A minimum of 5 students needed for a class to be held, 8 students maximum.

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 SUMMER PHOTOGRAPHY PLEIN AIR WORKSHOPS 

 

Digital Photography Workshops Summer Sessions

July 14th  9:00 am to 12:00 pm

"In the Field" Event Photography at Island Art Walk

Spend the morning at the Campanile Center for the Arts to learn about the challenges of event photography and tricks to capture the best images. Then head to Torpy Park to develop your composition skills using any subject you choose, people, pets, scenes, etc. Following the Island Art Walk exploration, return to the Campanile for a photo critique and evaluation to help further improve on your event photography. 

 

August 22nd 6:00pm-8:30pm 

"Lakes, Trestles & Landscapes"

Spend the evening at the Campanile Center for the Arts to learn about the Art of Landscape photography and ways to capture the Northwoods in the perfect light. Then head out to the Bearskin to develop your composition skills during "Golden Hour" when the sun's natural light hits our beautiful treselte and lakes just right. Following the expedition, return to the Campanile for a photo critique and evaluation to help further improve on your landscape photography. 

 

Preregistration is required. Registration fee is $45 per person for the Workshop. All cameras welcome. Maximum class size is 10 students 5 Minimum. Visit campanilecenter.org for registration forms or call our office. *All Students Must Bring Their Camera & Memory Card to Class.

 

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Circle in the Center  (Visiting Artist One-Day Workshops)

 

*Circle in the Center is on hiatus for 2018 as we explore other options to bring you the best in experential art workshops* 
Campanile Center for the Arts hosts a series of visiting artist workshops called Circle in the Center. Held the second Saturday of each month, these workshops are held on the stage in the Campanile auditorium underneath the large circular skylight. Participants learn a new technique or skill from a different local artist. All materials & tools provided. Some classes fill quickly, so please register early. Minimum class size may apply. Register by going to the homepage and clicking 'More Info' on the class that interests you.