Workshops for Children
$40 per workshop - Includes supplies and a light lunch
Children’s Art Class with Karen Owens
No workshops scheduled at this time - please contact Karen if you are interested!
Contact Karen at firstname.lastname@example.org
for further details!
Children will be painting in a variety of media & learning techniques including developing perspective & composition.
Please register & pay in advance
Contact Karen Owens for availability at
email@example.com or call 302-236-7226 for more information.
Gallery 107 Classes
Unless otherwise noted, all classes are held in the Gallery 107 Classroom located at 105 Pine Street, beside Gallery 107.
ACRYLIC POUR CLASS
Sunday, July 8th, 1-3 p.m.
Instructors: Judy Cullen, Kal Dupchen & Sandi Dew
Welcome to the fascinating & addictive world of acrylic pouring. Learn how to create beautiful abstract art in acrylic paint. This class is for adult painters at any level from beginners to accomplished artists.
Even if your artistic limit is a stick man, with just a little practice you can create beautiful abstract paintings through acrylic pouring. The class, taught by three artists experienced in acrylic pouring, will take you step-by-step from mixing the paints to admiring your creation. We will also share tips & tricks to help you make better paintings, avoid mistakes & how to fix them.
Supplies: All Supplies will be provided.
Acrylic pouring is messy, please bring aprons or paint shirts & wear "paint clothes"! Contact Judy Cullen at firstname.lastname@example.org or call: 410-896-9163
CANVAS AND COFFEE*
Fridays, 10:00 a.m. -12:00 p.m.
Join Tammy Kearney & Nancy LaPrad on Friday mornings for a casual, unstructured, drop-in class. Bring your own project or let us help you get started with painting. Cost is only $5 per session with all proceeds benefiting NRAC & Gallery 107. Call Tammy @ 302-629-2829 for more info. *Our class is currently full, please check back for openings. Thank you.
Providing art education to area children is a big focus of the Nanticoke River Arts Council. Moving to the larger gallery at 324 High Street has allowed us to have space in which to offer those classes. While space is still limited, we have been offering Saturday art classes which are filled to capacity, so much so that Karen has split the classes into two ages groups to accommodate all the children!