Attempt a new technique or medium or perfect your skills with hands-on art workshops for artists of all skill levels.
Art School Workshops for Adults
Sketch Club is a drop-in figure drawing opportunity for artists 18 years of age and older. (No registration needed)
Time: Sketch Club meets Tuesday nights, 6:45-9:00 PM
Where: Germaine Marvel Building, 210 W Packwood Ave. Maitland
Schedule: The first and third Tuesdays of each month include short poses ranging from 1 minute to 20 minutes. The second and fourth Tuesdays of each month are long pose nights which include only one pose, with breaks, for the duration of the sketch club.
Supplies: Easels are provided on a first come, first served basis. Please plan to bring your own art materials.
Fee: $10.00 for members and $15 for not-yet members
Art After Hours
Time: First Friday of every month/6:00-8:00 pm
Location: A&H’s Maitland Art Center – Germaine Marvel Building
Make the most of this monthly event that focuses on friendships and creativity with plenty of fun in the mix. Enjoy a glass of wine or craft beer while exploring new art in a comfortable atmosphere. Each month one of the A&H’s talented faculty members lead a themed topic with time for personal instruction and an opportunity to explore your personal talents. So gather your friends and meet us for the next Art Night Out!
Fee: $20 for A&H members and $25 for not-yet-members. Pre-registration required. Cash bar available.
By appt., Sundays, 1-5pm
$175 per pair
Create a lasting memory with your favorite person! Design and create matching rings with your best friend, parent, partner, etc. No experience necessary and all tools provided. Materials: silver is approximately $50, all other materials – call for a quote!
Wedding and Engagement Rings
By appt, 2 consecutive Sundays, 1-5pm
$275 per couple
Getting married soon? Design and create your own wedding ring ensemble as a couple in this 2 day workshop. No experience necessary and all tools provided. Call for a quote on materials.
Spring 2017 Workshops
Click the workshop titles below for more information or to register. Advance registration is required.
Second Sunday Jewelry Workshops
Members: $45, Others: $50
Complete a project in each 4 hour workshop with celebrated instructor Jim Hosner.
March 12 – Rolling Mill Patterns: Fascinated by texture? Learn this accessible technique for adding dimension to your silverwork.
April 9 – Tube Setting: Learn to set stones in tubes as primary and secondary decorative elements.
May 7 – Wire Making: Learn to turn your silver scraps into silver wire, and to design jewelry with your wire.
Jim Hosner & Michael Moffett
Sunday, May 7, 10am-4pm
$180 members, $214 non-members
Complete a project in this unique, one-day workshop introducing basic steel welding for jewelers.
Black & White Film Photography
Saturday & Sunday, April 1-2
Saturday: 10am-noon AND Sunday: 10am-noon OR noon-2pm
Members: $60, Others: $70; Materials fee: $20
Learn to compose shots, shoot, develop film, and print your own photos in the darkroom with this unique, all inclusive, hands-on workshop. The small class setting includes detailed instruction of black and white film photography, processing and printing. Each student will complete all the steps necessary to leave with a black and white 8” x 10” photo of their own. All materials are provided, including cameras. Adult learners of any level are welcomed.
Artist Critique & Conversation
***Due to severe weather preventing our guest panelist’s flight to Orlando, this event has been cancelled. Please stay tuned for details on our next Artist Critique in June.***
Tuesday, March 14 (cancelled)
Germaine Marvel Building | FREE EVENT
Join us for a special Art31 Artist Critique & Conversation featuring Director of the Walsh Gallery at Seton Hall University, Jeanne Brasile, as our guest panelist. Artist Critique & Conversation is an exciting initiative to assist in the professional development of local artists and have their artwork evaluated by noted museum professionals. It is an honor for us to host Jeanne Brasile during Art31. She oversees dynamic programming for a mid-sized gallery and teaches museum studies at the university, preparing the next generation of museum professionals. This FREE event is open to artists and non-artists alike. Submissions are now closed for critiqued artists, however, all attendees will benefit from this event. A cash bar will be available.