Summer Art workshops for adults
Contrary to popular belief, you have to be neither an artist nor a child to take an art class. You might not be the next Monet, but that doesn't mean you can't have fun honing your painting technique. From sand casting to alternative printing, the art classes in metro Phoenix this summer span an array of artistic disciplines. There are literally hundreds of classes to choose from, but we've selected 10 of the most interesting ones to get you started.
Phoenix Center for the Arts
May 12 through June 9, Mondays 6 to 9 p.m.
This class will give you a quick taste of some of the ways you can work with recycled glassware to create something new. If you've been eyeing those recycled wine bottle projects on Pinterest, this is the class for you. Sign up online or call 602-254-3100.
Edna Vihel Activity Center
June 2 through July 21, Mondays 6:30 to 9:30 p.m.
If you're just getting your start with painting, this class will guide you through the fundamentals. Students get to work with oil, acrylic, and watercolor, and will learn to make brush strokes, mix colors, and paint from photographs and still life works. For more info, visit Sign up online or call 480-350-5287.
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What are some good art workshop ideas for adults with celebral palsy?
I am a volunteer in a local association of young adults with cerebral palsy.
Lately I have noticed that the teacher who is holding these workshops does not have any new ideas for the projects. Many of the projects that have been done before, are repeating.
I would like to come up with some new arts or crafts ideas that people with cerebral palsy could do, to improve the workshop, Any ideas please?
Thank you all in advance!!
In a rehab center in Germany I saw a woodwork workshop where they work together to make hangers, spice racks, and the sort. Does your workshop have a sewing machine? If it does, they can make bags/ accessories and sell it in a market/fair that the center hosts.