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The Vermont Arts Council, the Vermont Division for Historic Preservation, and the Preservation Trust of Vermont are partnering to host three workshops in March. Anyone interested in applying for a facilities grant through either the Cultural Facilities or Historic Preservation Grant programs is encouraged to attend one of the sessions
2/15/19 1:00pm - 3:00pm
Rockingham Free Public Library, 65 Westminster Street, Bellows Falls
Drawing Studio Workshop
Learn To Draw – Improve Your Drawing
Saturdays, January 5 – February 23, 2019 9am to noon
Taraden Media Barn, 183 Park Street, N. Bennington, Vermont
This class will teach you to draw, if you don’t know how or help improve your drawing if you do. We’ll focus on fundamental techniques and methods, helping you develop solid skills that will work for any subject, any medium.
This workshop is for anyone who wants to learn to draw or to improve their drawing. Suitable for all levels of skill.
What you’ll learn in this workshop:
We’ll spend the first 4 weeks working with pencil on paper. Using fundamental methods, we’ll learn how to get our subjects on paper in correct proportion, scale and with correct spatial relationships. Gradually we’ll add shading techniques to show light, shade, shadow and form. In the process, you’ll learn the most important skill of all – the ability to really see your subject.
In the second half of the class, we’ll introduce other black & white media – charcoal, pen, white “charcoal” and toned papers. And we’ll introduce more complex and complicated subjects.
At the end of eight weeks, you will have learned fundamental methods and techniques – along with the ability to observe – that will help you draw any subject
1/5/19 9:00am - 2/23/19 12:00pm
Taraden Media Barn, North Bennington
The Cabin Fever Series 2019 theme is "Take Me Away", and is designed to stir the creative spirit with travels to distant places. This PopUp exhibit features seven artists who will provide workshops, demonstrations and presentations throughout February and March. The series starts on Feb 2nd with a one day workshop " Creating With Paper" presented by Sandra fw Beaty. Other workshops include "Watercolors" with Annalein Beukencamp, "Searching for the Light" with Mary Martin, and "Success with Plein Air" with Andrew Orr. There are three talks and demos open to the public at no charge with Eric Tobin, Mark Tougias and Nan Carle Beauregard. Visit the website for more information. http://www.bryangallery.org/workshops.php
2/2/19 11:00am - 3/31/19 4:00pm
Bryan Memorial Gallery, Jeffersonville