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3rd Saturday Art Walk and Reception: The Rock Show

Sat, July 20 / 5:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Saturday, July 20th, Blue Line Arts will be hosting the final reception for the exhibits "The Rock Show" and solo shows from Ben Fargen, Michael DeChellis, and Diane Ruhkala Bell! The artists behind the exhibits will be presenting during the Artist Lectures starting at 4:00 pm and will be strolling the gallery throughout the night. We will have hands-on art activities in our Art Alley for all ages, as well as live music! Light appetizers, beer, and wine will be…

Create Like the Masters Summer Camp

Mon, July 22 / 9:00 am - 12:00 pm

Teens will take a dive into art history to learn about the masters and their respective art movements. Participants will create their own projects using techniques & materials in the style of the greats! Enjoy the process of creation and discover the wide range of methods employed by the most well-known artists in the world and then break all the rules to make your own work! All materials, instruction and a light snack during break will be provided.  Teaching Artist:…

Anime Summer Camp

Mon, July 22 / 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

From Sailor Moon to DragonBall Z--Learn to draw from your favorite anime shows! This class with teach teens the basic techniques of drawing in the style of anime to create their own imaginative world and even design their own self-portrait inspired character! Projects will include creating blue line sheets, painting an anime poster and more! All materials, instruction and a light snack during break will be provided.  Teaching Artist: Teagan McLarnan Age Group: 13-18 State Date: 7/22/2019 End Date: 7/29/2019 Mon-Fri…

Wizarding World Summer Camp

Mon, July 29 / 9:00 am - 12:00 pm

Muggles rejoice and join us for this fun-filled camp inspired by the Wizarding World!  From creating golden snitches to sculpy dragons and all of the magical spells in between, kids will have a magical time during this five day series at Hogwarts! All materials, instruction and a light snack during break will be provided.  Teaching Artist: Emily Peterson Age Group: 8-12 State Date: 7/29/2019 End Date: 8/2/2019 Mon-Fri 9AM-12PM Members*: $130 Non-Members:$160 Parents are welcome to sign their children up…

Art Lab Summer Camp

Mon, July 29 / 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Have fun with art exploration! This program will introduce students different mediums such as, printmaking, ink paintings, clay sculptures and more!  This camp will give kids the freedom to explore different art forms and experiment with many different art techniques. All materials, instruction and a light snack during break will be provided.  Teaching Artist: Teagan McLarnan Age Group: 6-12 State Date: 7/29/2019 End Date: 8/2/2019 Mon-Fri 1PM-4PM Members*: $130 Non-Members:$160 Parents are welcome to sign their children up for both AM…

French Immersion Summer Camp

Mon, August 5 / 9:00 am - 12:00 pm

Travel to France during this 5 day immersive camp! Kids will explore the wonders of French culture through imaginative art projects from creating sculptures of the Tour Eiffel to painting the beautiful lavender fields of Provence. Further your understanding of France and its culture from food to art and fashion by learning conversational french with the teacher. Teaching Artist: MaryTess Mayall Age Group: 6-12 State Date: 8/5/2019 End Date: 8/9/2019 Mon-Fri 9AM-12PM Members*: $130 Non-Members:$160 Parents are welcome to sign their…

Explore the Globe Summer Camp

Mon, August 5 / 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Come aboard and travel around the globe! During this camp, kids will explore and learn about different cultures from all the different continents. Participants will create art from countries such as a Japanese fish lantern, African Masks, Day of the Dead sculptures from Mexico, a papier mâché hot air balloon and more! Through this art technique exploration, participants will gain an understanding and appreciation for a variety of cultures that make up our world. All materials, instruction and a light…

Artist 2 Artist Meetup

Sat, August 10 / 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)

An event every month that begins at 1:00pm on day Second of the month, happening 12 times

Come to the Artist 2 Artist Meetup to share, learn, and network! Each month the group will focus on & discuss a different professional development topic for artists such as marketing, grants, teaching, local opportunities, and more. Make new art friends, air your artistic grievances, listen & learn from each others experiences, share who you are and what you do and develop into a true professional with the help of your fellow creatives.  Learn More   2nd Saturdays of the…

Confidently Connect with Great Galleries

Wed, August 14 / 11:30 am - 1:30 pm

You are an artist who is just starting out or one who already has a few good shows on your resume. You have a great body of work but you’re not sure why you haven’t landed more exhibition opportunities or ones that feel like a better fit.  You love creating art and you feel like the time has come to really get it out there. But... the thought of connecting with a gallery is a little intimidating. Which galleries are…

Figure Drawing Session

Thu, August 15 / 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm

"It is only by drawing often, drawing everything, drawing incessantly, that one fine day you discover, to your surprise, that you have rendered something in its true character." -Camille Pissaro Drawing from life is a great way to continue to develop your artistic skills. Just like with any other profession, regular practice helps maintain a high level of excellence. Keep your artistic eye in good form during this two hour figure drawing session with a live model. Embark on a…

Drawing in the Gallery

Tue, September 3 / 3:30 pm - 4:30 pm

Blank notebooks, pastels, charcoal & colored pencils will be provided for young artists to study a new drawing technique each week. From composition and texture, to form, value & perspective--this is the perfect foundation class for students to learn from the wonderful real-life examples of art we have on rotating display in the gallery!  Students who have taken this class before are welcome to join again as each class series features new projects to study different elements of art. Teaching Artist: …

Painting in the Gallery

Tue, September 3 / 4:30 pm - 5:30 pm

At the beginning of each session, students will be lead through guided tours of the shows on display in the gallery where they will describe, analyze, interpret, judge and connect with the variety of art on display.  Each week the class will learn a different painting technique using a new medium: watercolor, acrylic and mixed media to explore texture, negative space, composition and color theory. Creative projects will be inspired by the works of art found on our gallery walls…

Clay Bust Sculpture Workshop

Sat, September 21 / 12:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Everyone can do it! This is a fun jumpstart for all skill levels. Make a small lifelike head, using proportion, step-by-step guidance and simplified shapes. Date: Saturday, September 14 Time: 12-3 p.m. Teaching Artist: Claudia Jeffers Members*: $75 Non-Members: $95 *Memberships start as low as $60 for the year starting the day you join!    Space is limited! Reserve your seat today:

Egg Tempera Painting Workshop

Fri, October 11 / 5:30 pm - Sun, October 13 / 4:00 pm

This three-part workshop is an introduction/history to the unique and classical painting method, Egg Tempera. Each student will learn how to put together their own wood panel, "cook" their own traditional gesso using marble dust and rabbitskin glue as well as how to measure out ground pigment to make their own paint with the yolk of an egg! Students will gain hands on experience and learn the traditional methods of the past to create contemporary art. A still life will…

Encaustics 101 Workshop

Sat, November 16 / 10:00 am - 2:30 pm

Learn the art of Encaustics in this beginner workshop! We will cover the following: Tools and safety A brief history of Encaustics How to set up and easy and inexpensive Encaustic space Basic skills: fusing and layering wax Extra Techniques: collage, adding images and mixed media, incising the wax   Students will leave with 4 completed projects Having confidence and knowledge in this ancient and luminous medium Packet of written material Comprehensive Resource List   Ephemera List for Students  (this…

Art Critiques with Pat Abraham

Wed, January 22, 2020 / 1:00 pm - Wed, May 20, 2020 / 3:00 pm

Join us in the gallery for a special 4 part monthly series of art critiques lead by local artist, Pat Abraham. Each artist attendee will be able to bring 2 works of art for the two hour discussion. Try to bring work that is 80% done. This approach will help you catch and fix problems before you are too attached to the piece. For some artists, the last time they received structured, meaningful feedback on their work was during college…

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