This course is for beginner and intermediate photographers who want to learn to use their cameras to take improved photographs as well as learn and understand the fundamentals of photography. We will be learning to capture personal expressions, not just snapshots. Come have fun in a relaxed learning environment with others who share your passion for the art of photography.
Hand-Lettering WorkshopIn this course you will learn how to turn writing into art. You'll receive an introduction to letterforms, and foundations, brush lettering basics and practice, composition and bounce and finding your personal style. Put it all together in an expressive final project. All supplies are included in the cost of the course.
Ages 14+ Fee $65 Resident, $75 Non-Residents Program Dates 2/26-3/19 | T 6:30-8PM Deadline 2/19
Ages 10-14 Fee $50 Resident, $60 Non-Residents Program Dates 2/27-3/20 | W 4:30-6PM Deadline 2/20
Come learn the foundations for great painting while using watercolor and acrylic paints. Design principles, techniques, and materials are all included in the six-week course. This class is designed for beginner to intermediate level artists. It's a fun way to try something new or even add more techniques to your painting repertoire.
Age 14+ Fee $75 Residents, $85 Non-Residents When 2/27-3/27 | Wednesday 6:30-8:30PM Deadline 2/20
Art Encounters! Children's Intro to Artists & Art MovementsEach class we'll read a children's book that introduces us to a new artist or type of art (i.e. "Henri's Scissors", "When Pigasso Met Mootisse") and do a correlated art project in that style or inspired by their work.
Age 6-10 Fee $45 Residents, $55 Non-Residents When 4/10-4/25 | W/TH 4-5PM Deadline 4/3
Explore personal and group creativity outside of the office, by attending a team building class with your colleagues or simply form a group and have a private night out. We offer art, cooking and cake decorating classes for private groups. Art options could include, but are not limited to: art in nature, creative drawing, paint night, book binding, a community collage/mosaic, photography or cake decorating. Cooking classes could focus on a particular cultural cuisine or brunch and dinner options with varying levels of difficulty. Come foster community with your colleagues and discover each other’s creative abilities!
A minimum of 5 participants is required, but for a maximum please use the contact information below. Prices will vary depending on group size. If interested please contact Alicia Christensen for available dates and times at AChristensen@Provo.org or (801) 852-6621.