June 10 - September 19
TO REGISTER, e-mail Angel Dean at
See below for registration and policies
Theresa Girard: 2-Day Drawing for the Non-Objective Artist June 10-11
Margaret Dyer: 3-Day The Figure in Pastels & Oils June 18-20
David Shevlino: 3-Day Alla Prima Painting in Oil & Acrylic June 25-27
Kendra Bidwell Ferreira: 2-Day Altered Book July 9-10
Theresa Girard: 3-Day Intuitive Drawing & Painting July 16-18
Frieda Dean: 3-Day Paper Relief Printmaking July 16-18
Sam Allerton Green: 3-Day Painting the Landscape August 6-8
Scott Conary: 3-Day Building Form with Color, Mark, and Value August 13-15
FitzSimonds & Obelenus: 2-Day Solarplate Print August 13-14
Jonathan Small: 1-Day Off-Site Painting in Paradise August 21
Nick Paciorek: 3-Day Color and Composition August 20-22
Lois Harada: 3-Day Collagraph Print August 20-22
Frances Middendorf: 3-Day Off-Site In the Footsteps of Burleigh August 27-29
Kevin Gilmore: 3-Day Collage Techniques, Mixed Media, and Abstract August 27-29
Laurie Klein: 2-Day Self Expression Using Yr Smart Phone September 10-11
Kim Bernard: 2-Day Creative & Professional Practice September 14-15
Jennifer Gennari: 3-Day Pets and Wild Animals Portrait September 17-19

OVERVIEW OF OPEN STUDIOS (for members only)
Drop-In Print -- T uesdays June 11, 18, 25 and July 9
Open PAINT Studio -- Mondays, June 17-August 26; no class 7/22,7/29, 8/12
Open PRINT Studio -- Mondays, June 17-August 26; no class 7/22,7/29, 8/12
Girard 2-Day Workshop
Drawing for the Non-Objective Artist
Monday & Tuesday, June 10-11
Drawing for the Non-Objective Artist
with Theresa Girard
We are mark makers.
Drawing is our pathway and should be an
important part of any painting.

Fluid movement of geometry and organic marks evoke light, space, and energy. Drawing is directly related to the interior and exterior of any painting. It is a strong medium standing securely on its own form and discipline.

This class will encourage an emphasis on working from both still life and intuitive drawing. It provides a “way to get in” and a way to finish a painting. Several tools and drawing aids and image projection will be featured. Theresa Girard is an accomplished artist and facilitator of “workshops for creative people”.

Location: 3rd Floor Masiello Studio
Class size limit: 16

Fee: $275 member || $375 nonmember

Dyer 3-Day The Figure in Pastels & Oils
Tuesday-Thursday, June 18-20
The Figure in Pastels & Oils
with Margaret Dyer
This studio workshop is an intense three-day class in which students are taught a traditional pastel or oil painting technique. Margaret teaches a simple step-by-step method. Working with a live model, we will explore drawing, composition, anatomy, proportion, value, color, and pastel application or oil painting method. Emphasis is on developing form using light and shadow. For those wanting to speed up and become less tight in their work, this is an excellent class to take.

Location: 3rd Floor Masiello Studio

Fee: $400 member || $500 nonmember
Margaret Dyer has lived in Atlanta, GA, since her family moved from New York in 1960. She attended the Atlanta College of Art at the High Museum of Art and furthered her studies under painters Roman Chatov, Kate Fetterolf, and Jim Richards. Margaret is a Master Pastelist with the Pastel Society of America, Masters Circle in the International Association of Pastel Societies and award-winner in the American Impressionist Society.

Shevlino 3-Day Alla Prima Painting
Tuesday-Thursday, June 25-27
Alla Prima Still Life and Working From Photos
with David Shevlino
This class is about still life painting and working from photos and we'll paint alla prima (wet into wet). On day one there will be a painting demo, then we’ll set up still life compositions and talk about form, design, value, color, paint application and economy of brushwork. We’ll also spend time working from photos of different subjects and learn how we use our painting knowledge to interpret (rather than copy) photographs.

Students will need to submit photos beforehand for instructor approval.

Location: 3rd Floor Masiello Studio
Class size limit: 17

Fee: $400 member || $500 nonmember

David Shevlino studied at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts (certificate ’84) and the University of Pennsylvania (BFA ’92). His work has been featured in national publications and he has exhibited his work and taught workshops throughout the U.S and Europe. He has also produced a series of videos and DVDs about his artwork and painting methods.

My exposure to art began as a teenager growing up in NJ near NYC. I began making trips to art museums in NYC when I was 15 and developed a love of traditional figurative painting. As a youth I found myself especially drawn to the old masters. Those early trips to the museum instilled in me a love of craft and a sense of where painting comes from. For most of my artistic career I’ve tried to take what I’ve learned about traditional painting and mold it into something I can call my own, which presently means exploring the place between traditional figurative painting and abstraction.
Ferreira 2-Day Altered Book
Tuesday & Wednesday, July 9-10
The Altered Book
with Kendra Ferreira
Creating an altered book is to recycle an old hardcover book into a unique new piece of sculptural artwork. There are endless possibilities of ideas for repurposing books into something fun and imaginative. A book sculpture can create a special memory or just be something fun to embellish your home! We will look at examples of the different possibilities of altering books and then learn techniques for folding, altering pages, cutting and gluing. As well as adding paint, collage and add embellishments to pages. Your book will be your own canvas to create your own one-of-a-kind book sculpture.

Class size limit: 14
Materials Fee: $25 paid to instructor

Fee: $150 member || $250 nonmember
Kendra has a BFA from Massachusetts College of Art, Boston, with a concentration in printmaking. She is a signature member of the Colored Pencil Society of America in two areas, holding a second signature membership in the exploration of using other mediums and surfaces with colored pencil. She is also an artist member of the Art League of Rhode Island, Providence Art Club, Salmagundi Club, Catharine Lorillard Wolfe Art Club, NYC and the American Artists’ Professional League, NYC. She is a founding partner of Beach Studios in Middletown, RI, and occasionally teaches classes in colored pencil drawing. Her artwork has been exhibited in exhibitions throughout the US and she has had work published in four books and been written up in three colored pencil magazines.
Girard 3-Day Intuitive Drawing & Painting
Tuesday-Thursday, July 16-18
Intuitive Drawing & Painting
with Theresa Girard
Using intuition, explore contemporary drawing and painting. Combine physical and contemplative methods in your artwork. Engage the “process” of the painting in the “present” rather than concentrating on the end result. Students will gain knowledge and understanding of spatial structure; arrangement and organization of forms; and the impact of color and rhythm needed to make a work of art complete.

Students will be exposed to a variety of approaches applying abstract techniques and sensibilities to the classic art of painting and work to develop a unique voice.

Topics include: acrylic media, color, composition, value, tools and paint application.

Location: 3rd Floor Masiello Studio.
Class size limit: 16

Fee: $375 member || $475 nonmember

Theresa's work is featured in many galleries throughout the country. She is a nationally sought after facilitator of a variety of artistic "workshops for creative people."

"My desire is that the viewer create their own narrative and develop the story of the painting on their own; similar to a daydream."
Dean 3-Day Paper Relief Printmaking
Tuesday-Thursday, July 16-18
Paper Relief Monoprint
with Frieda Dean
This monoprinting workshop facilitates the bold use of color and form through the use of hand cut paper and mylar stencils. We will work with several stencil making approaches. (There will be demonstrations and individual support for all of the processes.)

Then surprise yourself as you discover and explore experimental techniques with stencils, brayers, brushes, and inks. Your one-of-a-kind prints will build in complexity with multi-layers of saturated colors and delicate ghost prints.

This workshop will not only give you new print techniques, but you will take home a unique portfolio of vibrant new prints.

Location: Garden Level Print Studio.
Class size limit: 7

Fee: $200 member || $300 nonmember

Frieda Dean: In 2000 Dean was invited to join Krishna Reddy's Color Print Atelier at NYU where she produced a body of color viscosity prints whose imagery is based on organic or blown-ink forms. During this period her work began to show the influence of her study of American Abstract Expressionist paintings and prints. After the tragedy of 9/11, Frieda left her lower Manhattan apartment and studio to return to Augusta, Georgia. She is currently teaching painting and printmaking at the Gertrude Herbert Institute of Art in Augusta.
Green 3-Day Painting the Landscape
Tuesday-Thursday, August 6-8
Painting the Landscape
with Sam Allerton Green
In this workshop Sam will show students how to capture what it feels like to be in the landscape, rather than simply replicating what we see in life or in a photo. Students will seek to answer one of the most important questions, “Why is it paint?” This is a question so many painters rarely consider, but must in order to truly achieve a strong sense of captivation within a painting. Students will use photos and drawings to create their own original works of art. 

Through a series of lectures, demonstrations, painting prompts, and encouraging critiques, students will learn more effective ways to paint alluring landscapes. This workshop will focus specifically on oil painting as a medium but Sam welcomes students to use acrylic paints as well.

Materials: students should bring rags, a variety of brushes and a couple flat edge pallet knives. In addition students should bring a bunch of cheap surfaces to work on. (5-10 at various sizes. Gessoed watercolor paper is a great solution for this).

Location: 3rd Floor Masiello Studio
Medium: Oil or Acrylic
Class Size Limited to 16

Fee: $250 member || $350 nonmember
Sam Allerton Green paints often, both inside and outside. The majority of his work is done plein air, on site, in a single session. This forces him to focus on capturing what it feels like to be there, rather than simply replicating what he sees.

Sam grew up in Providence, and studied painting at the Maryland Institute College of art. He has been an artist in residence at The Creative Alliance at the Patterson in Baltimore, MD, and the Vermont Studio Center in Johnson, VT. He is currently the director of the Rhode Island Watercolor Society in Pawtucket, Rhode Island.
Conary 3-Day Building Form with
Color, Mark, and Value
Tuesday-Thursday, August 13-15
Building Form with Color, Mark, and Value
with Scott Conary
Using various source materials we will explore and play with the language of painting to find ways to create personal work with presence, weight, form, and space. We will draw, paint, discuss, and critique. All traditional mediums welcome.

Don't miss this opportunity to study with West Coast painter Scott Conary, well known for his evocative still life and landscape subjects.

Location: 3rd Floor Masiello Studio.
Class size limit: 15

Fee: $400 member || $500 nonmember
Scott Conary is a RISD alum (BFA '93) living in Portland, OR with work in collections across the country. A friend and former student of Tom Sgouros, with whom he and Shawn Kenney studied together, we are so happy to have him back by popular demand at the Art Club this summer!

Statement: I want a painting to have a form, a mass, a substance of the essential and mysterious beyond the formal matters of light and color. I want it to resonate with the idea of a place, thing or a history. To this end a painting is largely an act of intuition. The way a mark is made and how it builds the image is itself a response and as important as the final image. This creates a tension between abstract and representation, and leaves room for the viewer to themselves react and participate. This is part of the basic urge to scribble something, to shape the world, and to scrutinize and try to understand that world. This is an old idea of the magic that can be art. This is the painting of my heroes - DeKooning, Degas, Rembrandt, Wyeth.

It is also the intensity and curiosity of being human. We are creatures of the landscape, of flesh, of our own personal and shared histories. However nuanced the final products, these root ideas are the start of my paintings.
FitzSimonds & Obelenus 2-Day Solarplate Print
Tuesday-Wednesday, August 13-14
Solarplate Print
with Carol FitzSimonds and Elena Obelenus
Solarplate: a 21st Century printmaking process using UV light (the sun) and ordinary tap water to create a printable surface. It is simpler, safer, and faster than traditional etching and relief printmaking.

Together in this class we will experiment with methods to create a plate and explore various ways to print them from intaglio, relief, a la poupee’, chine colle’, and/or in combination. From found objects, pencil and ink drawings on vellum, Mylar or plate glass to computer or copier generated transparency films - all these various techniques and more will be covered in the workshop.

Workshop will start with looking at various solar prints and plates with discussion of how these plates/prints were created and printed.

Location: Print Studio
Class size limit: 8
Materials Fee: $25 (paid to instructor)

Fee: $175 member || $275 nonmember
Small 1-Day Painting in Paradise
Wednesday, August 21
Painting in Paradise
with Jonathan Small
Off site Plein Air painting at Sachuest Point National Wildlife Refuge with Jonathan Small. This workshop will start at 8am to be 100% sure there will be parking available. The lot fills up on weekends and sometimes on sunny weekdays by noon. Parking is free.

Sachuest Point offers views of Second Beach and the Saint George's chapel beyond. A short walk across the point offers views of a rocky shore facing Little Compton and Sakonnet Point. There are restrooms in the visitor center and a fairly large area under the overhanging roof to paint in the event of light rain.

Sachuest Point is in the southeast corner of the scenic portion of Middletown known as Paradise. Jon Small has done a good bit of research on the history of painters who have lived or visited the area, for instance: John La Farge, John F. Kensett, Worthington Whittredge, William Trost Richards, and George Bellows. Jon will incorporate discussion of the history of artists painting in Paradise as part of the workshop.

Bring: portable easel & paint box, lunch, drinks, sun screen, bug repellent, etc

Class size limit: 12 (members only)
Rain Date: August 22

Fee: $50 member
About Jon, in his own words: "I studied art at the University of Colorado, the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Mass Art, and RISD, however, I put my art career on hold while I worked in the surf and windsurf industries for twenty years. In 2005 my life came to a crossroads and I found myself at a point where I was poised to take on a great deal more business responsibility. It was then that I decided to walk away from selling windsurfers and spend my remaining time alive in pursuit of my artistic muse. I'm married to a wonderful wife who is a retired school librarian and we have a pretty daughter who loves to dance."
Paciorek 3-Day Color and Composition
Tuesday-Thursday, August 20-22
Color and Composition
with Nick Paciorek
We will explore the use of color and composition.This workshop is for anyone that works with color in their profession. Painters, sculptor, interior designers, landscape designers, graphic designers etc. We will explore color and how color works in a composition. This is not the same three day work shop as last year.

Location: 3rd Floor Masiello Studio.
Class size limit: 14

Fee: $250 member || $350 nonmember
About Nick: Chicago – the city, its colors, shapes and sounds – shaped young Nick Paciorek's world and brought him where he is today: a renowned artist whose work is seen from coast to coast.

As a teenager, Paciorek spent countless hours at art exhibits. He continually returned to his favorite, an Impressionism collection at a museum in downtown Chicago, impacted by the ability of an artist to control the world on canvas simply through color choice. It was then that Matisse became Paciorek's central influence.

As an artist, Paciorek aligns himself with a new generation of Fauvists. He uses broad strokes of brilliant color for their emotional impact.
Each of his pieces is a celebration of light and color, a vivid interpretation of his subjects. For him, choosing the exact combination of hues for each painting is foremost.
Harada 3-Day Collagraph Printmaking
Tuesday-Thursday, August 20-22
Collagraph Printmaking
with Lois Harada
This course will cover collagraph
printing. Each participant will learn to
create collagraph blocks, creating three dimensional printing surfaces from found objects, paper and other collage items in 12" x 12" squares.The first two days of the workshop will cover creation of the printing surfaces and day three will be a printing day where all the class blocks will be combined and printed in an edition large enough for each participant to have

Location: Print Studio
Class size limit: 7

Fee: $200 member || $300 nonmember

Materials Fee: $15 (paid to instructor -- this covers ink and matte medium).

Materials to bring: collage supplies including chipboard, yarn and found objects.
Lois Harada is a printmaker bridging fine art and commercial printing in Providence, Rhode Island. Her work utilizes commercial production techniques and equipment to create printed editions that are meant to be affordable and accessible to a wide audience. Print editions are often responses to mass produced print material created by governments, corporations or newspapers.

Originally from Salt Lake City, Lois settled in Providence after graduating from RISD with a BFA in Fine Arts, Printmaking (2010). She is the Production Coordinator at DWRI Letterpress where she manages prepress, design, and day to day operations. She currently teaches at the AS220 Community Printshop in Providence which offers affordable access to printmaking equipment and education. She is also serving on the board of New Urban Arts, a nationally recognized non-profit that offers free after school art programming for high school students and young artists.
Middendorf 3-Day Workshop in Little Compton
In the Footsteps of Sydney Burleigh
Tuesday-Thursday, August 27-29
In the Footsteps of Sydney Burleigh
with Frances Middendorf
In the summer, Sydney Burleigh would come down to Little Compton and paint. His famous boat studio ‘Peggotty’ can still be seen at the historical society. We will paint with materials that Sydney Burleigh used: watercolor and gouache over pencil drawings on toned paper.

We can paint in the barn but weather permitting, we will frequent the spots where Burleigh painted - the farm fields, the cows, the beach, the old horse drawn carriages, the barns, and the windmill house.

Be sure to bring: lunch, beverages, portable easel, stool, painting supplies, bug spray, blankets, socks, sun glasses, and umbrella if you like.

There will be livestock of donkeys, horses, and cows -- so if you have allergies, this workshop isn't for you.

Location: Little Compton; exact location to be announced only to those who register.

Class size limit: 20p

This very special workshop is for members only , and is intended for seasoned artists.
A bathroom is available. :)

Fee: $250 member
Frances Middendorf has lived in Florence, has a studio in Umbria, and now resides in Rome and Rhode Island. She teaches drawing at the Rome Art Program in Rome, and recently taught a 3-day workshop at PAC (The Capriccio). Born in New York, Frances attended the Rhode Island School of Design (BFA), School of Visual Arts, NYC (MFA) and the New York Studio School. She is represented by the Denise Bibro Gallery in New York City.

Following a 15 year commercial art career working for clients such as the New York Times, Newsweek and the Vivian Beaumont Theater at Lincoln Center, Frances Middendorf continued her learning at the New York Studio School. She moved to Italy in 1997 to study with Nicolas Carone and decided to stay. Nicolas Carone (1917-2010) was an articulate describer of the teachings and tenants of Hans Hoffman as well as a friend to many Italian painters particularly Giorgio Morandi. By emphasizing “plasticity” or the link between surface tension and three dimensionality (Hoffman’s push-pull), Carone guided Frances’ painting from the narrative to the poetic.

Frances credits her knowledge of drawing to her artist and art collector father and to New York Sculptor/Painter Bruce Gagnier who illuminated Carone’s teachings with his love of art history, anatomy and pictorial movement.
Gilmore 3-Day Collage Techniques,
Mixed Media & Abstract Painting
Tuesday-Thursday, August 27-29
Collage Techniques, Mixed Media & Abstract Painting
with Kevin Gilmore
Learn how to prepare substrates that allow for experimentation, and how to apply collage techniques on canvas. We will focus on composition and color - two important formal elements of abstract painting that lead to compelling and successful works of art. Through both one-on-one instruction and demonstrations, artists will broaden their creative processes, and expand their knowledge of creating exciting compositions with accessible materials.

Medium: Acrylics, Mixed Media, Collage

Location: 3rd Floor Masiello Studio.
Class size limit: 15

Fee: $250 member || $350 nonmember

Kevin Gilmore is an interdisciplinary artist, working as a painter, experimental sound composer, and educator. Originally from Rhode Island he spent over a decade exploring the landscapes of Wyoming, Oregon, Italy, and Brooklyn. As an abstract visual artist working with collage, acrylic and oils, the sense of place becomes the subject of his abstract canvases. Gilmore works with sound as a medium, composing experimental soundscapes from field recordings, acousmatics through contact microphones, digital instruments and analogue synthesizers. His teaching philosophy has developed through a similar intuitive process, with experience leading workshops and teaching undergraduate art classes. After starting a family in NYC, Kevin returned to his native state... as Rhode Islanders often do. His interdisciplinary art practice is located close to the sea where he also lives with his wife, two children and his dog.
Klein 2-Day Joy of Self Expression
Using Your Smart Phone
Tuesday-Wednesday, Sept 10-11
The Joy of Self Expression Using Your Smart Phone
with Laurie Klein
Come play with Laurie Klein and learn how to tap into your creative juices! Everyone has a smart phone these days - one of the most accessible creative tools we have at our fingertips. Through a series of fun exercises, you will realize how taking photographs can be transformative, healing and fun.

What you need to bring:  Smart Phone—fully charged.

Please Download the free app “Snapseed” from the app store, before class. We received such rave reviews from this workshop and the request for it to be a 2 day workshop. This workshop is for those that have already taken the one day workshop with Laurie and for new students.

Location: 3rd Floor Masiello Studio.
Class size limit: 14

Fee: $125 member || $225 nonmember
Renowned photographer and educator, Laurie Klein , is regarded as one of the most influential infrared photographers in the world. Laurie holds a BFA from Rochester Institute of Technology and an MFA from Ohio University. Early in her career, Laurie studied with Ansel Adams. She is the author of Infrared Photography: Artistic Techniques for Brilliant Images and Photographing The Female Form with Digital Infrared  both published by Amherst Media,  Hand Coloring Black and White Photography published by Quarry Publishers, and is published in numerous magazines. Her images have been exhibited globally. Laurie teaches regularly at Santa Fe Photographic Workshops, Maine Media, and presents her own boutique workshops.
Bernard 2-Day Creative & Professional Practices
Saturday-Sunday, Sept 14-15
Creative & Professional Practices:
Kim Bernard
Do you want to create a sustainable life in making art, advance creatively and professionally? A strong body of work is the most important part of being an artist. How do you pay the bills, juggle money, studio and personal time? We will workshop the most critical issues in developing a lifelong practice of making art. Topics covered: how and where to exhibit, documentation, creating a website, grant writing, residencies, developing a supportive community and time management. Participants should be prepared to share images of work for critique, a first draft of their artist's statement, bio and resume, and be prepared to examine their studio practice, accept critical feedback on their work and professional development. Work sessions will be broken up with journaling sessions, yoga and dark chocolate breaks.

Location: 3rd Floor Masiello Studio.
Class size limit: 12

Fee: $200 member || $300 nonmember

Kim Bernard shows her sculpture, installations and encaustic works nationally and has been invited to participate in many exhibits, some of which include the Portland Museum of Art, Currier Museum of Art, Fuller Craft Museum, Colby College Museum of Art, Art Complex Museum and UNH Museum of Art. Her work has been reviewed in the Boston Globe, Art News and featured in Art New England. Bernard is the recipient of the Piscataqua Region Artist Advancement Grant, a NEFA grant, several Maine Arts Commission Grants and was an artist-in-residence in the Physics Department at Harvard University in 2015-16 and the artist-in-residence at the University of New England in 2016-17. She received her BFA from Parsons in 1987, her MFA from Mass Art in 2010. Bernard mentors emerging artists individually and teaches workshops nationally.
Gennari 3-Day Alla Prima Portrait —
Pets and Wild Animals
Tuesday-Thursday, Sept 17-19
Alla Prima Portrait — Pets and Wild Animals
with Jennifer Gennari
Over the three days we will work in an alla prima style to promote an active engagement between the artist, and the canvas. Students will bring images (print or ipad) of the animal they would like to paint and will develop their painting through traditional methods of discovering value and color. The animal selected should be one in which a connection is shared. The connection, through it being a pet or an animal that's always been admired will assist in giving the painting that spark of life we all want to achieve.

Alla prima (also known as “direct painting” or “wet on wet” oil painting) is an Italian term which means “at first”. Using this technique, we will work daily on paintings, starting fresh each day to maintain a true "wet on wet" effect. Using this technique we will discover the energy and life that can be injected into your work.

Location: 3rd Floor Masiello Studio.
Class size limit: 15

Fee: $300 member || $400 nonmember
Jennifer Gennari is a classically trained figurative artist. She graduated in 2005 from Ringling College of Art and Deign and in 2008 left for Italy to study at the Florence Academy of Art where she spent three years abroad studying classical realism under Daniel Graves.

Jennifer returned to New York in 2011 and started working as a painting assistant to Jeff Koons. She eventually left to pursue teaching at the National Academy Museum and School, the Long Island Academy of Fine Art, and instructs students privately from her studio in Manhattan's Upper East Side.

Jennifer has written a book on drawing the human figure, and has also hosted an online class through Craftsy that instructs beginners on the techniques used in creating traditional portraits.

Jennifer’s work has been shown internationally and has received multiple awards and honors.
Tuesday Drop-In Print Studio
Tuesdays June 11, 18, 25, & July 9 (but NOT July 2)
Betsy Zimmerman
Enjoy using the print room with minimal instruction as needed. Plates and ink are available there for anyone to use. Try some new techniques or do your own thing. Portfolio printers welcome too. Come once or more often as your schedule allows.

Location: Garden Level Print Studio

Fee: $10 per drop-in
(members only)
Monday Open PAINT Studio
Mondays, June 17-August 26
no class 7/22,7/29, 8/12
Carol Beagan & Catherine McKinnon
In this open studio, participants are encouraged to work independently in a supportive environment. Participants will have the opportunity to engage in creative interaction by sharing new ideas and techniques. Artists of all levels, including beginners, are welcome.

Location: 3rd Floor Masiello Studio.

Fee: $40 member (members only)
Monday Open PRINT Studio
Mondays, June 17-August 26
no class 7/22,7/29, 8/12
Open Print Studio
Use this time in the Print Studio to create works for the next Print Portfolio project.

Location: Garden Level Print Studio.
Class size limit: 8

No fee; for Print Portfolio artists only.
Printmakers must be approved to use the studio unsupervised.
Register by calling Angel Dean at 401-331-1114 ext. 16

Workshop Enrollment
Workshop size is limited and enrollment is on a first-come, first-served basis. Providence Art Club members will have the first opportunity to enroll. If enrollment maximum is reached, you may add your name to a wait list. The Art Club strives to provide the highest quality art classes in various media.
Cancellation Policy
+ In the event you are unable to attend a workshop you have registered for, please contact Angel Dean. 
+ The Providence Art Club may find it necessary to cancel a workshop due to low enrollment or other scheduling conflicts. If this occurs, registered members will be contacted and refunded the full course fee.
Contact us:
Providence Art Club 11 Thomas Street Providence RI 02903
(401) 331-1114