Creative Arts Workshop employs over 55 professional artists part-time to teach classes and workshops to nearly 2, 000 adults and 1, 000 young people each year. Classes are available for students at all levels of experience and are kept small to ensure that individual attention can be given to everyone. Students learn in a supportive environment and are encouraged to fully explore their creativity and strive for excellence. Advanced students and professional artists come to the Workshop to learn new techniques and to take advantage of open studio sessions with access to equipment, live models and critique sessions.
CAW also offers a wide array of WORKSHOPS, perfect for beginning students looking to try out an art class or advanced students looking to focus on a specific area or develop a new skill.
Fall session begins September 15 and ends December 6 except as noted. Beginning and ending dates are noted with each course description.
Most course prices include model fees, additional fees are noted.
Course descriptions specify suggested minimum levels of experience. If you are unsure whether a certain course is suitable for you, please dont hesitate to ask. If necessary, we can arrange for the instructor to contact you to answer your questions.
We encourage you to enroll by September 8. All classes have limited enrollment.
You can register NOW by mail or on our website. You may also register by telephone or in person at CAW between 9 and 5, Monday through Friday. Please note that CAW will be closed from August 9 through September 3.
A $3.00 handling fee will be applied to each registration.
All registrations will be processed in the order in which they are received. Please note that your place in a class is secured with the receipt of your payment.
The decision to cancel a class which does not meet its required minimum enrollment is made as close as possible to a week before the class begins.
CAW periodically documents classes through still photography and video for publicity purposes. These images are used in the course brochure, advertisements and other publicity materials for the benefit of the Workshop. Registration in a course at CAW includes permission to photograph you and/or your artwork, and to use your image in its publicity materials unless you inform the photographer that you do not wish to have your photograph taken. If you do not want to allow CAW to photograph your child for publicity purposes, please notify us at the time of registration.
Glassblowing Demos and Classes - Sunday 12-5pm
Please join us at UrbanGlass for the Glass Menagerie Open House.
Sunday, May 23, 2004 (12 noon to 5 pm)
Take a free tour of the studio (12 noon, 1, 2, 3 and 4 pm)
Watch casting demonstrations (noon to 3)
Watch hot-sculpted animal demonstrations (3 to 5)
View an exhibition â Illuminating Surfaces: Bisazza and the Art of Mosaic
Try your hand at glassworking in a workshop -make your own:
Hot-Sculpted Animal (Noon to 2, $25/ half hour session)
Paperweight (Noon to 2, $50/ half hour session)
Lampworked Beads ($25/ half hour session)
or, decorate a glass for Sandblasting ($15/ each)
Sign up for a Summer weekend or week-long intensive during the Open House, receive a 10% discount
Living in these Bodies Exhibit Part II opens at Waterfall Arts, Aug. 1 — PenBayPilot.com
Both Living in these Bodies Part I and II are generously sponsored by Revision Energy, Coyote Moon, City Drawers and Seahorse Stables; media sponsor is WERU.