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Glass Fused Holiday Tree Dish Workshop
with Denise McDonough, Firefly Pottery
Working with colored pieces of fusing glass, we'll design a bright Holiday tree dish that would be perfect for serving sweet treats!
with Alice Carroll
Forging is an ancient technique of controlled hammer blows to change the plane of the metal and move it into varying shapes. Each student will learn how to control the directional movement of metal by using certain hammers and hammering the metal in certain directions. After practicing some hammering, everyone will leave with a beautiful finished forged bracelet. All materials and supplies included and no experience necessary. Alice Carroll, who has a BFA from Maine College of Art and an MFA from Rochester Technology of Art, School for American Crafts, was an Artist in Residence at Penland School of Crafts in NC for two years. She came back to Maine in 1994 and has been teaching at Heartwood College of Art, Sanctuary Arts, and River Tree Arts.
with Alice Carroll
Make your own fun ring with moving parts. Great ring to wear if you like to figit. This is a beginner workshop that will focus on learning how to size your ring and your metal, textures and soldering. Each student will have time to try stamping, roller printing, and hammered textures. The ring will be textured, then soldered and shaped, polished and at the very end we will add the spinners to the ring, so that they move freely. No experience necessary, all materials and tools supplied. Alice Carroll, who has a BFA from Maine College of Art and an MFA from Rochester Technology of Art, School for American Crafts, was an Artist in Residence at Penland School of Crafts in NC for two years. She came back to Maine in 1994 and has been teaching at Heartwood College of Art, Sanctuary Arts, and River Tree Arts.
with Tim Sheehan
Tired of the same old games on your phone? Do you know how to play Cribbage? Do you want to learn Cribbage? This online class if for you! You will learn the basics of Cribbage alone with offensive and defensive strategies. Then you can play Tim or your classmates in a game. With this instructional class and playing an online version of Cribbage you can learn a game to play with your friends now when you are apart then be ready to play live and in person!
April Fool's Day Cribbage Tournament
with Tim Sheehan
Come play cribbage in this double elimination tournament. Can you oust the reigning champ, or will you get skunked? All proceeds go directly to our Literacy program.
with Rachael Richards
This nutty, sweet, flaky Greek pastry is well worth the time and effort. You will see that although there are many steps, this delight is pretty easy to prepare.
How to Play Piano or Guitar by Ear
with Craig Coffman
Learn one of music’s deepest mysteries: how to play songs without relying on music. A very practical presentation of music theory that includes predicting chord progressions, learning from recordings, and transposing-all expressed in everyday language. This is an ideal follow-up to the “Instant Piano” or the “Instant Guitar class and is open to anyone who has a basic understanding of chords on any instrument. Expand your musical horizons, and free yourself from sheet-music dependence, and be the life of the party! Prior experience with chords recommended. Fee includes the online book, online follow-up lessons and an optional monthly question and answer session.Class is held online using zoom. Topics include: How to find the starting note, How to determine when chords change, How to predict the chord progression, How chords help you find the correct melody, How the melody helps you find the correct chords, How to learn songs from recordings in all keys, How to transpose, The Universal Key Signature, How to use the Circle of Fifths, How to recognize the most common chord patterns
Macro/Close Up Photography
with Steve McGrath
In this Beginner/Intermediate Landscape Photography Class Steve will show you all the various camera settings you can use when taking Landscape Photography utilizing your Shutter and Aperture settings for the best exposure. Including understanding and using natural light, finding the best composition, understanding the ways different focal length lenses behave and using depth of field and the use of filters. Tripods are also a plus but not mandatory for the class and you can use Smartphone or digital camera for this class.
July 21 Online Class 6-8:00pm
July 23 Meet at the Cliff Walk at York Harbor 9-11:00am
July 24 Meet Online to View and critique our Images 6-8:00pm