Crossroads Carnegie Art Center

Crossroads Carnegie
Art Center

Adults Classes

Art Classes

Adult Open Studio

Adult Open Studio

Recommended ages: 17+

Class Description

Tuition: $16.00 members or 4 sessions for $54 members or $24.00 nonmembers per session or $84 for 4 sessions nonmembers | Instructor: Paul Hoelscher | Time: 1:00 PM-3:00 PM | Dates: 2017-05-13 - 2017-12-30

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Adult Open Studio

Adult Open Studio

Recommended ages: 17+

Adult Open Studio

Tuition: $16 per session or 4 sessions for $54 members--$24 per session or $86 for 4 sessions Non- Member | Instructor: Paul Hoelscher | Time: 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm | Dates: 2017-05-13 - 2017-12-31

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Exploring the Fine Art of Repurposing

Exploring the Fine Art of Repurposing

Recommended ages: 17+

Exploring the Fine Art of Repurposing Instructor: Stephen Wadner Class Schedule: First class begins on Friday October 20th: 5:45 PM -8:45 PM Follow-up classes are on Monday October 23rd and Thursday October26th -6:00 PM-7:30PM Saturday Nov. 4th: Optional Class to Steve’s Studio in Union for those needing addtl help Monday November 6th and Thursday November 9th-6:00PM-7:30 PM Saturday November 11th—Optional last class at Steve’s studio in Union for those needing additional help. Location: Downstairs Studio Cost:$50.00member/$85.00 nonmember (includes basic quartz clock movement and plywood panel) Supplies: At the first class students will have an in depth discussion with instructor about the potential materials that students will need to gather for their projects. At the first class students are welcome to be bring dinner. Minimum: 3 Students Maximum: 6 Students Skill Level: Only skill necessary is the willingness to be open to exploration and experimentation. Age: High School and Above Course Description: An Experimental, Innovative and Improvisational clock making class using repurposed, recycled and unconventional materials. Beginning with a 12 x 12 plywood panel the class will make a quartz clock using recycled, repurposed and other unconventional materials. The class will begin with a brief discussion of design principles and associative thinking and then with the use of digital images we will look at the work of other artists working in various genres, themes, and materials as a source of inspiration and ideas for our own work. The class is intended for those who are interested in being experimental, innovative and improvisational with materials and associations. Because of the experimental nature of the class actual work on the clocks will be accomplished both in class and out of class. The instructor will provide reasonable assistance to students with tools, materials and methods to complete the clocks. This class will kick off on Thursday September 21, 2017 at 7:00 PM with a Conversation at Crossroads with Stephen Wadner. When he showcases his remarkable clocks and art works he gets asked the same two questions every time. He will share the questions and the answers. He will discuss the concept of Associative Thinking and how it impacts his work. How to recognize the associations and how they change your thinking. Instructor: Stephen Wadner, Union Oregon. One of the regions finest artists will be teaching this exciting experimental class.

Tuition: Cost:$50.00 member/$85.00 nonmember (includes basic quartz clock movement and plywood panel) | Instructor: Stephen Wadner | Time: 5:45 PM - 8:45 PM | Dates: 2017-10-20 - 2017-11-06

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Pastel Workshop

Pastel Workshop "Fur, Feather and Hairs on Animals"

Recommended ages: 17+

Class Description

Equipment needed: Supplies Included Bring own pastels if you have them

Tuition: 45.00 for members/$72.00 non members | Time: 9:30 Am- 4:00 PM | Dates: 2017-10-28 - 2017-10-28

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Dance Classes

Dance Tricks and Dips

Dance Tricks and Dips

Recommended ages: 17+

Dance Tricks and Dips Start date: Minimum: 3 Couples Maximum: 8-10 couples Dress Code: Comfortable clothes and closed-toed shoes. Jeans and comfortable are ideal, but not required. Ages: 14 and above—All students under 18 there will a parental waiver to participate in the class. All couples or parents will sign a waiver of liability. Course Description: Want to learn how to fly? In this workshop, we will learn tricks and dips to add some serious “wow” factor to your dance! We will learn the back flip, floor spin, Princess dip and more! This workshop will focus on learning to safely incorporate dips and tricks into social dancing. We will learn a variety of aerials, dips, and tricks, as well as how to use them on the dance floor. Parental consent will be required for participants under 19. If you have questions about the class, and/or physical requirements feel free to contact Luke at 541-403-4992. Be sure to sign up with a Partner. Instructor- Luke Coomer I have been dancing regularly for years in both casual and competition settings. I was the President of the Oregon State University Country Western Dance Club, hosting dances every other week and performing at local event, even the State Fair!

Tuition: $20.00 per couple member/$30.00 per couple nonmember | Instructor: Luke Coomer | Time: 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM | Dates: 2017-09-23 - 2017-09-23

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