Visual Arts Workshops are short classes that give the participant a taste of a specific visual arts skill. Workshops are project-specific where the students come away with a finished product. Most workshops are one-day classes on Saturdays ranging between 2 - 4 hours long. Some workshops might be more than one class and offered during the week. Make sure to check the day your workshop is offered. Workshops change throughout the year so check the website and calendar often to see what new workshops are being offered.
Ages 14 and older
Saturday, December 5, 10:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
$9 Member / $10 non-member
Enjoy a make-it take it class during the daytime for just $10. Instructor, Jennifer Tausch, will have a different theme each month. Register early as these classes will likely fill quickly!
Wouldn’t it be exciting to create and wear something that you actually made! Participants will use brilliant, vibrant, translucent dyes to paint a silk scarf. Using an exciting array of watercolor techniques, you will create a work of art beautiful enough to wear. All supplies and silk scarf included.
If you have been curious about the art books then this class is for you! Learn basic bookbinding structures and stitches that every beginning book artist should know. Students will learn four basic structures and gain the knowledge to start making their own books: accordion folding, two versions of one-sheet wonders, and pamphlet stitch. All supplies included.
This class satisfies Girl Scout Cadette's Book Art Badge. Badge is NOT included.
In this 3-hour workshop, learn the basics of stained glass. Students will get step-by-step instructions on how to cut glass, foil and solider. Participants will make a stained glass pumpkin decoration that they can proudly hang for Halloween or Thanksgiving Harvest Time. If you decide you like the process then consider registering for ArtsConnect Stained Glass 6-week class. All supplies included.
Learn various techniques of making jewelry using beads, jewels, wire and fasteners. Pick from a wide variety of beads and bangles. Learn to repair your own jewelry. Participants will come away with several pieces of jewelry that they can wear proudly. All supplies included.
Experience the technique of Lampworking, "The Art of melting glass rods in the flame of a torch.’ In this beginner class, learn to safely operate a torch and manipulate colorful glass rods in a flame to make doughnut-shaped beads. Experiment with different shapes and decorations. All supplies included.
Learn how to create your own Ukrainian Egg (Pysanka) Christmas ornament using traditional wax resist dying techniques and natural dyes. Participants will learn the history of Pysanka, and gain an understanding of symbolism and coloration of traditional Pysanka designs. Each student will leave with a completed egg, tools and dyes.
Learn to paint like the masters! Many beautiful paintings from the Middle Ages and Renaissance were done in egg tempera. Egg tempera is a brilliant, semi-translucent paint that dries almost instantly. Watercolorist, Gary Brooks, will teach you how to make the paint using colored pigment and egg. Then manipulate this unique medium in a small painting sample. All supplies included.
Class Cancellations & Weather Closings A minimum of six students must be enrolled for the session prior to the stated deadline for the class to take place (maximum 12 students). The ArtsConnect Springfield Township Community Arts Center follows Finneytown School District inclement weather closings. To verify closings, call 513-522-2108.
Due to costs incurred in planning for art classes, full refunds will only be issued when the Arts Council cancels the class. Class cancellations made within 10 business days of the class start date are eligible for a refund, minus a $5 administration fee per student. Refunds will be made by check, not to a credit card. To notify us of a cancellation, please send an email to email@example.com.
Checks are payable to ArtsConnect and can be mailed to 9150 Winton Road, Cincinnati, Ohio 45231