New Year of Classes at Peninsula School of Art

The Peninsula School of Art is gearing up for another year of classes and workshops.

The last Family Art Day of 2022 will be offered Dec. 17, 9 am – 12 pm. The free program for families with children ages 3-17 will focus on mirrored geometries and will use artist Monir Shahroudy Farmanfarmaian’s geometric sculptures – influenced by the mirror-tiled interiors of Iranian mosques – as inspiration. Participants will make their own many-faceted sculpture using mirrored cardstock and basic cutting and folding techniques. All materials will be provided.

Starting off the new year of classes will be Exploring Clay with Katherine Baeten on four Tuesdays, Jan. 10-31, 3-5 pm. Get your hands dirty through instruction on hand building, wheel throwing and glazing.

Don Krumpos will lead a screen-printing experience Jan. 14, 9 am – 12 pm, that’s intended for those who are interested in trying screen printing for the first time. He’ll guide participants through the process of creating an image using drawing fluid and screen filler on a silkscreen, mixing ink, and printing the image on paper.

Want to learn more about taking photos with your iPhone? Join Kasey Hembel for a class on iPhone photography Jan. 14, 9 am – 4 pm. Learn how to go beyond portrait mode and unlock the shortcuts to getting a perfectly focused, vibrant, well-lit shot every time.

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