Stitch/Sew/Knit/Knot Reception 

May 30, 5-7PM
The Lynda Fairly Carpinteria Arts Center
856 Linden, Carpinteria


SOME   SUMMER  CLASSES


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CREATIVE WRITING WORKSHOP

 Join local published author and poet Molly Burns for a workshop that is suitable for writing any genre.
Presenter: Molly Burns
Date: 3 Saturdays: June 1 - June 15
Time: 10:00 AM - noon
Price: $165/$150 for members

EXPERIENCE CARPINTERIA WITH SKETCH CRAWLING JOURNALING

Experience the beauty of Carpinteria through plein air art journaling, or "sketch crawling." We will go to different locations, from beach to burger joint to see and develop awareness and to record details both large and small. Three sessions will give you the opportunity to really dive into art journaling. Supply list will be sent upon registration.
Presenter: Paula Brown
Date: 3 Saturdays, June 8, 22, 29
Time: 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Price: $75/$67.50 for members






ANGELS AND FAIRIES - ORNAMENTS OR EARRINGS: AGES 12 TO ADULT
Create your very own bead and wire angels and fairies. These tiny designs are perfect for decorations or gifts and can also be made into earrings. A large selection of beads to choose from. All materials provided. No experience necessary.
Presenter: Paula Gregoire-Jones
Date: Saturday, June 15
Time: 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM
Price: $55/$50 for members



BEGINNING GUITAR, LEVEL 1
This class will teach you all the basic skills required to play chords, rhythms and scales so you can play your favorite songs and new ones, too.
Presenter: Greg LeRoy
Date: 10 Saturdays: June 15 - August 17
Time: 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Price: $165/$150 for members


   


INTERMEDIATE GUITAR, LEVEL 2
This class will teach you more advanced skills to play chords, rhythms and scales to improve your playing and help you learn new material.
Presenter: Greg LeRoy
Date: 10 Saturdays: June 15 - August 17
Time:11:00 AM-noon
Price: $165/$150 for members


BEGINNING DRAWING
Learn and develop drawing skills as a foundation towards painting or as a refresher. Includes demonstration and practice on use of line, value, composition and understanding perspective. We will explore various drawing mediums including charcoal, pen & ink and watercolor pencils. Bring your own sketchbook to class. Materials list will be sent upon registration.
Presenter: Peggy Oki
Date: 6 Mondays: June 17 - July 22
Time: 1:30 PM - 4:00 PM
Price: $180 / $162 for members


COLLAGE CRITIQUE CLASS
Both experienced and new collage artists are welcome to join this fun, team-based workshop. You will receive a syllabus prior to class, and each class will begin with a discussion of the week's assignment as well as a group critique. There will be weekly demos and guest artists. This will be a journey of creative discovery and a positive visual experience. Works in progress are welcome. We will also have in-class projects, time permitting.
Presenter: Susan Tibbles
                  Date: 6 Tuesdays: June 18 - July 23
                                   Time: 10:30 AM - 1:30 PM
                           Price: $165/$150 for members
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BEGINNING PAINTING     
Presenter: Peggy Oki
Date: 6 Wednesdays: June 19 - July 24
Time:1:30 PM - 4:00 PM
Price: $180/$162 for members
Learn basic color theory and explore painting techniques while developing visual awareness and self-expression. Explore principles in two-dimensional art, using acrylic as a highly versatile medium to discover techniques in painting, mixing, color combination, and color perception. Experience is helpful but not required. This is a good course to take along                                 with Beginning Drawing.


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PAINTING AND DRAWING THE COSTUMED/CLOTHED MODEL
This workshop is for those who already have figure drawing and painting experience on an intermediate to advanced level. Working with a live model, each session will start with some warm up exercises before beginning the main long pose. The instructor will be available to guide you through different aspects of your work or you may proceed as you wish. Only odorless solvents are permissible for oil painters.
Presenter: Greg LeRoy
Date: 10 Thursdays, June 20-August 22
Time: 1:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Price: $230 / $215 for members


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ASSEMBLAGE AND FOUND OBJECTS WORKSHOP
Learn the art of assemblage in a supportive open-studio atmosphere with hands-on instruction. Using found objects and mixed media, we will discover new ways to put objects together. Power tools provided. Objects for assemblage and non-power tools will be provided by students. Materials list will be sent upon registration.
Presenter: Susan Tibbles
Date: Wednesday-Thursday, June 26-27
Time: 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM
Price: $253 / $230 for members



THE ART OF ENCAUSTICS MINI WORKSHOP

Have you been thinking about exploring the exciting medium of hot wax? Come to this introductory workshop and learn about and experiment with encaustic wax. The class will be small, designed to provide a personal and hands-on learning environment to help artists discover their own voices. Students are required to wear long sleeve, tight fitting shirts and work pants. All materials will be provided.



INTRODUCTION TO EGG TEMPERA
Presenter: Garrett Speirs
Date: Friday, Saturday, Sunday, June 28, 29, 30, 
Time: 10:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Price: $265/$238.50 for members
This workshop will introduce you to the ancient medium of egg tempera. We will make our paints from scratch and use egg yolk as our medium. Our panels will be made with traditional gesso. You should expect to complete one or two works over the three days. All materials except brushes will be provided.



MICRO-MACRAMÉ JEWELRY: AGES 12 TO ADULT
Learn to make necklaces or bracelets using a variety of easy macramé knotting techniques. We will work with different kinds of cording material and a wide selection of beads. You will learn the square or flat knot, half-hitch and larks head knot. No experience necessary. All materials will be provided. Please bring a clipboard if you have one. Appropriate for all skill levels.
Presenter: Paula Gregoire-Jones
Date: Saturday, June 29
Time: 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM
Price: $55/$50 for members


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 in july and august at our website.......
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JOIN US - WE VISIT AMAZING PLACES, 
 AND ITS MORE FUN TOGETHER!

The Santa Barbara Community Arts Workshop (CAW)
 The Community Arts Workshop provides affordable workspace in Santa Barbara where artists, performers, and students can inspire and be inspired. Casey Caldwell, Managing Director, will explain the ins and outs of CAW and the artists who create here. And, we will get a sneak peak of the Solstice floats in process! A not to be missed one-time opportunity!

Date: June 5 (Wednesday) 
Time: 1:30-2:30 pm
Price: Members $10/Non-members $11

Fishbon is a non profit art incubator that brings together artists, engineers, designers, and creators to collaborate on projects that explore the imagination and expand the creative repertoire. The Pescadrome, a sanctuary of experiential irreverence, is a 3-story warehouse with a workshop, art resources, and rent space where creations can be born and mischief can be nurtured. Join us for a spontaneous conversation with resident artist and directors.

FISHBON 
Fishbon is a non profit art incubator that brings together artists, engineers, designers, and creators to collaborate on projects that explore the imagination and expand the creative repertoire. The Pescadrome, a sanctuary of experiential irreverence, is a 3-story warehouse with a workshop, art resources, and rent space where creations can be born and mischief can be nurtured. Join us for a spontaneous conversation with resident artist and directors. No visit to Fishbon is every the same!
Date: July 10 (* 2nd Wednesday) 
Time: 1:30-2:30 pm Fishbon
Price: Members $10/Non-members $11

Steve Handelman Studios

Meet the Iron Man Steven Handelman at Steve Handelman Studios. This is a wrought iron atelier where lighting fixtures are handmade by skilled artisans. There is nothing like it in town, and maybe anywhere! Each piece is customized and individual design decisions are made regarding finishes, glass type, mounting hardware and size of the piece. We will start in the factory and watch the artisans in process, then we will move to the showroom to view the final masterpieces! Don't miss this unique opportunity to see and learn behind the scenes.
Date: August 7 (Wednesday) 
Time: 1:30-2:30 pm Steven Handelman Studios Custom Iron Lighting
Price: Members $10/Non-members $11


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