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This Pokémon building class is an opportunity to create a Pokémon sculptural jar. I will be demonstrating how to create a Jigglypuff jar, however you can make any of your favorite characters. Ceramic techniques such as pinch pots, trapped air forms and coils will be used to construct these one of a kind Pokémon jars.
Workshops meet for two hours on four consecutive Saturday mornings. Kids are assigned to age and writing level-appropriate classes consisting of no more than 10 students. Each workshop is led by a writer-teacher who acts as a moderator for in-class writing prompts, discussions and peer-critiques…Participants can contribute one creative writing piece to the KSSC 2020 anthology which will be published in the fall.
In this two-part course, young graphic designers will learn how to use the app Photoshop Mix to combine images into electronic masterpieces. Design something as elegant as reading under the stars or as wild as sending your pet to Mars!
Not just daffodils in the Spring! Learn to grow a wide variety of annual & perennial bulbs that bring a succession of bloom from early spring through the fall. Also covered are strategies to keep your bulbs from becomming a furry critter buffet.
Learn how to create a pointillism art seascape inspired by George Seurat’s artwork.
Art instructor Barbara Freiberg has a studio art degree from Binghamton University and has been teaching art classes at libraries for many years. Some of her students’ artwork has received television and newspaper coverage.
11:00 am: In this exclusive virtual chat, the lovely Ruth Connell will spend time with 10 lucky fans, talking about life, career and more.
2:00 pm: Our favorite witch Ruth Connell is ready to cast spells with you during this virtual Angel Invocation Witching Hour to clarify and magnetize your heart’s desire. Disclaimer: We are not responsible for bolts of inspiration lightning or fires that may need to be put out! Limited to 13 lucky souls.
Following a traditional Comedy Open Mic format, comedians new and old — who want to work on new jokes, change old jokes, or just experiment — sign up and get 5 minutes apiece to perform via our ZOOM Online Meeting Room.
Yoshimi Arai will teach origami- the Japanese art of paper folding. This class is open to all children but is best suited for those 3rd grade and up. Some children may need assistance from an adult. You will only need regular copy paper (8.5 x 11).
Join Psychic Medium Priscilla Keresey and Art Therapist Laura Gruce as we explore the hidden meanings and messages from a beautiful mandala… that YOU have created!
The Mandala (“Circle” in Sanskrit) is a vehicle for self-discovery. When you create one you’re describing a sacred space of your own; one that reflects a personal and present picture of your Being. The act of creating a Mandala brings unconscious knowledge, direction, guidance, and Self into your conscious awareness.
Philosopher Carl Jung believed that the Mandala was the ultimate tool for exploring the psyche, and has been used for centuries in Tibetan Buddhism to assist meditation and concentration.
You don’t need to be an artist to create a Mandala! There is no wrong way to express your sacred Self, and every stroke, color, shape or symbol you make contained within your circle IS a Mandala and IS a perfect snapshot of who you are at this stage of your Being.