Stop by the Creation Station this month to create your own winter scene using oil pastel. Located at the end of the Hallway Gallery, this do-it-yourself station has step-by-step instructions and all the materials you need to create your own unique artwork while you visit the Hot Shops! Can't make it in? Below are the steps to create at home. Samples and instructions by Dar Vandevoort.Find out more »
Get a feel for the heat by getting close to the action. One of our instructors will assist you in making your very own paperweight. You will get to pick out the colors, help design and shape molten glass into a unique art piece. $60/person. Due at time of arrival. Want to bring a friend? Two may attend each available time-slot. Find a time >Find out more »
You and a friend get to spend two hours experiencing what it’s like to be a glass blower. Learn to gather the glass, blow a bubble and create your very own work of art. Workshop is $225/couple. Payment is due on arrival.Find out more »
Join Angela Szelag for a fun afternoon and make these form folded copper earrings. The best part is painting them pretty colors with fire! Earring length is 1.5" but can be shortened if you prefer shorter earrings. Class size is a maximum of 8 students. For all classes minimum age requirement is 16. Workshops are non-refundable. Mask are not mandatory at this time. If the Douglas County mask mandate changes, then those guidelines will be followed. **If you are affected by…Find out more »
This supportive life drawing group will help you improve your drawing skills, meet fellow artists and have fun! Life drawing sessions are hosted by TG Ndoda and held on Tuesdays. Model starts with five, 2 min. warm-up poses, followed by one 10 min. pose and two 25 min. poses. We end with one 40-minute pose. Models alternate female to male weekly. We provide easels, tables and chairs. You bring your own drawing supplies. We recommend a hard backing for your…Find out more »
Join Lori Elliott-Bartle in this 6-week session for a deeper exploration of color, texture, pattern, design and abstraction with oil paints mixed with cold wax medium, a product gaining popularity for its versatility and range. You'll learn the tools and techniques, warm up by painting on archival paper and then create works on panels you provide. This workshop offers a time for creative play and reflection. A list of materials will be provided and additional tools and supplies will be…Find out more »
Join Lori Elliott-Bartle for a two-hour session exploring color, pattern, design and abstraction -- a workshop for creative play! You'll mix oil paints with cold wax medium, a product gaining popularity for its versatility and range. You'll learn the tools and techniques and create pieces on archival paper. All materials and supplies provided. If you have household items or tools that might make interesting patterns or textures, please bring them along. Pieces of burlap, corrugated cardboard, shelf liner, ribbons, and…Find out more »
In this class, students will first have fun playing with alcohol inks and create 3-4 projects including 2 coasters. Instructor: Kelli Sweet Fee: $25 – All supplies included Class Level: Beginner ** Class fees are non-refundable unless the class is canceled due to weather. If you have any questions, please email Kelli at email@example.com Register >Find out more »
Future exhibits and shows are announced all the time.
Please stay tuned.
DATES & TIMES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE! Please refer to this page for updates as the event draws near. Artist receptions are often held the first Friday or Saturday of the month (your best bet is to come around 6-7 pm), unless otherwise noted. Galleries are often attended by a curator Saturday and Sunday, Noon-4pm, or by appointment at (402) 342-6452. Otherwise, shows can be viewed during normal business hours. When in doubt, contact us.