Art Center is the place for fall classes
T he Center for the Arts is the place to learn all forms of art in all media. Create paintings and drawings that will be hanging on your walls in no time. Through personal instruction and attention, Diane Seabrook turns those lines in space into pleasing renditions that will make you proud to share them. You can learn oil, water, acrylic, mixed media, pencil, charcoal. Create your own comic book of your life or become the next Van Gogh. It’s just an art party waiting to happen!The Center for the Arts is the place to dance. We have a class for everyone. Masters and beginners alike perfect the art of movement here in our studio. We have classes for boys, too. Boys 3-4 years old have a great time learning about moving through space in our Dance Dogs classes, especially designed to help their coordination and balance in sports. We always need boys in ballet and the other disciplines, but they really like to bust a move in breakdancing. Whatever your skill level, we hope you will take time from your busy schedules to include some heartfelt movement in your day.The Center for the Arts is the place to learn to sculpt stone. Ever since marble was voted as our state stone, our sculpting studio has become a lot busier. Led by master sculptor Greg Tonozzi, you will chip away at learning the art and work on your own masterpiece. The Center for the Arts is the place to sling some mud around. With a fully appointed pottery studio there are myriad forms to build. Whether you use a wheel and throw your pots, or build them from slabs of clay the result is addictive and will lead you into the magical world of ceramics. Tiles and mosaics, colored clay and sculpty promise to keep you entertained and creating some great gifts for the giving season.The Center for the Arts is THE place to make jewelry. Our silversmithing classes are quick to fill up. Even beginning artists turn out the most beautiful pieces after their first semester. We have jewelers who have been smithing for many years in an eternal quest to make that perfect setting. Rings, pendants, bracelets, earrings – make what you wear!Whatever you choose to do choose to do it here! If your artistic talents aren’t coming to you, you should be coming to us! Call the center today at 945-2414 to register. Visit the Web site for updated information. Calendar of EventsNow through Sept. 7 – Artopia Exhibit featuring artists from the region4-5:30 p.m. Sept. 7 – Fairy Festival 3:45-6 p.m. Sept. 8-9 – Pre-registration for classes11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Sept. 11 – ColoradoWest Dance Company AuditionsSept. 10 to Oct. 31 – “Buena Vista” – Art with a Latino Flair Call the Center for applications, tickets or information at 945-2414. The Glenwood Springs Center for the Arts is at 601 E. Sixth St. between the Yampah Vapor Caves and Hot Springs Pool, open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays, and noon to 4 p.m. weekends. Stop by, call, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org for information on these and other events, classes and shows.Call the Center for applications, tickets or information at 945-2414. The Glenwood Springs Center for the Arts is at 601 E. Sixth St. between the Yampah Vapor Caves and Hot Springs Pool, open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays, and noon to 4 p.m. weekends. Stop by, call, or e-mail email@example.com for information on these and other events, classes and shows.
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