Programs and Workshops
All about Hydroponics
Intro to Drawing and Acrylics
TUES AND THURS
11am and 1pm
Interested in learning about Hydroponics? Lori Ryan will give a quick chat about the ins and outs of building and maintaining a Hydroponic System. No need to register, just show up!
Conversations last anywhere between 15 and 30 minutes.
Free and Open to the Public.
11:00 am and 1:00 pm
Beginning JUNE 21
Artist Renee' Emanuel, NSPC&A Instructor will offer a four week Intro to Drawing and Acrylics class for all levels and ages teen to adult. Each session will last 2.5 hours and cost will include all supplies and instruction.
To view some of Renee's work, please visit www.etstudioart.com
Beginning June 22
Bill Teitsworth, AWS will offer "Watercolor Essentials."
In this intensive series of four sessions you will learn: ALL the basic techniques;
ALL FOUR of the basic “methods”…flat wash, graded wash, wet-in- wet, and
brush line. Group and individual instruction, guided exercises, and home-study assignments each session. Excellent refresher for experienced painters…and a great foundation course for motivated beginners! Instructor Bill Teitsworth is a signature member of the American Watercolor Society, and the winner of the Greathouse Medal, the High Winds Medal, and the
Silver Medal of Honor.
Become Instagram Savvy
Create Your Own Website
Do you have a business you'd like to get off the ground?
Clueless on where to begin?
This intensive workshop will provide you with the skills to create and edit your own website using template based programs. It's as easy as drag and drop. All you need is a concept, a laptop or tablet and some patience!
Participants will be introduced to several options of web hosting sites, options for registering your own domain name plus tips and tricks to make your web design dynamic and user friendly. We will also discuss the importance of great images to sell your stuff!
2 sessions, 3 hours each
9:00 am - 12:00 pm
MONDAY - THURSDAY
July 17 - 20
Students will spend 4 days exploring the history of armor both man-made and in the world of science then create their own helmut and suit (torso). The week will begin with a trip to the Everhart Museum for conceptualizing and sketching. Design skills, template making, and budgeting for materials will be emphasized in this workshop for Middle School aged students.
All materials and entrance to the museum are included.
Transportation to the museum on Monday, July 24, is the responsibility of parents or guardians.
1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Throughout the Pi Crafters course, you'll learn many computer programming skills such as: HTML, basic CSS, basic Python, Arduino, and Breadboarding!
HTML, and CSS are two programming languages that work hand-in-hand with each other. Both are used to create websites, and are an excellent start to learning programming.
Python has a very large variety of uses, from website development, to basic software development. Also, Python is what we use to program the
The Arduino, is an electronic board that can be programmed to do limitless tasks. Once programmed, you can attach it to a circuit that you made using breadboarding and have it interact with the world!
Laptops are required.
$100 plus cost of 2 kits