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Arts Calendar: Class/Workshop/Camp

The Vermont Arts Calendar is statewide, crowdsourced, and embeddable. Listings are free and seen by thousands of people throughout and beyond Vermont. The calendar is on the Council's website, and is shared by the Vermont Department of Tourism and Marketing as well as Vermont Public Radio. Find virtual and in-person events of every kind, and search by event category, region, and date.

Due to the frequency of event cancellations during the COVID-19 crisis, we cannot guarantee that in person events listed in our calendar are current. Please confirm with the listed venue before attending.

Have you listed an event in our arts calendar that has since been cancelled due to COVID-19? Please email Desmond Peeples, Content Manager, at dpeeplesREMOVETHISBEFORESENDING@vermontartscouncil.org to update your listing.

Date

Region

Category

Monday, January 18, 2021
Jan
4
2021
– THRU –
Jan
25
2021

Virtual Class – Into The Dark: Drawing Shadows, Online With Susan Weiss

Virtual Class – Into The Dark: Drawing Shadows, Online With Susan Weiss

Four Monday afternoons in January–via Zoom

In this class we will explore the various types of shadows that are important in creating a drawing as well as the light source that creates the shadows. We will study different techniques to create shadows and shadow shapes and how to create mood with shadows. Drawings will include the interior still life, outdoor landscapes and architecture. All levels of experience are welcome. A suggested materials list is below, and house-found materials are also an option. Please contact Erin at SVAC if you have questions about supplies or any other aspect of the class. The class is open to teens with parent/guardian permission. Limited scholarships are available.

Suggested Materials for “Into the Dark:”
Strathmore 400 Series Bristol Drawing Paper. 14”x11”
Set of graphite drawing pencils
Sakura Pigma Micron Permanent Ink Pens
Kneaded eraser
Colored pencils
Charcoal – pencils, vine, and/or condensed
Set of colored pencils
Watercolor set and brushes
Watercolor paper pad
Pastels – chalk, pencils or crayons

To register by email or phone please contact Erin Kaufman at ekaufman@svac.org or 802-367-1306.

More about Susan: www.susanweissart.com

1/4/21 4:00pm - 1/25/21 5:30pm

Virtual, Southern Vermont Arts Center, Manchester

Nov
11
2020
– THRU –
Jun
18
2021

Virtual Design Field Trip with Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum

Virtual Design Field Trip with Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum

Cooper Hewitt offers free, dynamic educational programs for K–12 school groups. Our immersive learning experience is designed to align with city, state, and national learning standards. Drawing upon the museum’s exhibitions, design educators facilitate thoughtful discussions and activities focused on the process of design thinking. We empower students to view the world optimistically through the lens of design and to improve it by honing their design thinking abilities.

The virtual Design Field Trip experience is a 60-minute program in which K-12 students explore the design process, build connections to Cooper Hewitt’s collection, and foster a deeper understanding of brainstorming techniques and inclusive design. Our interactive field trip inspires the next generation of designers to take action in their community, build self-confidence and self-esteem, and learn how to harness their superpowers to create change for the better.

11/11/20 10:00am - 6/18/21 1:00pm

Virtual/Online, Outside Vermont

Tuesday, January 19, 2021
Jan
12
2021
– THRU –
Feb
16
2021

Playing with Paper

Playing with Paper

Explore the many personalities of 140 lb watercolor paper. It is durable enough to absorb an onslaught of wet work and still make lovely greeting cards. It is thick enough to build three dimensional sculptures (which then love to be painted!) and thin enough to bend, fold and cut easily. It paints like a dream - liquid watercolors are stunning!

1/12/21 6:00pm - 2/16/21 7:30pm

Virtual via Zoom, Waterbury

Nov
11
2020
– THRU –
Jun
18
2021

Virtual Design Field Trip with Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum

Virtual Design Field Trip with Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum

Cooper Hewitt offers free, dynamic educational programs for K–12 school groups. Our immersive learning experience is designed to align with city, state, and national learning standards. Drawing upon the museum’s exhibitions, design educators facilitate thoughtful discussions and activities focused on the process of design thinking. We empower students to view the world optimistically through the lens of design and to improve it by honing their design thinking abilities.

The virtual Design Field Trip experience is a 60-minute program in which K-12 students explore the design process, build connections to Cooper Hewitt’s collection, and foster a deeper understanding of brainstorming techniques and inclusive design. Our interactive field trip inspires the next generation of designers to take action in their community, build self-confidence and self-esteem, and learn how to harness their superpowers to create change for the better.

11/11/20 10:00am - 6/18/21 1:00pm

Virtual/Online, Outside Vermont

Wednesday, January 20, 2021
Jan
20
2021
– THRU –
Jan
27
2021

Introduction to Woodcarving: Snowman

Introduction to Woodcarving: Snowman

The term “whittling” evokes images of sitting on a front porch with a pocket knife whittling small figures. Imagine a lifetime hobby you can get started with needing only a small investment for a single knife and safety glove. With the COVID restrictions, the Governor has told us to stay home. So why not learn a new hobby!

Introduction to Woodcarving is a series of virtual sessions via Zoom where we will cover background information and the tools and techniques you need to get started. Prior to the class you will be provided with a kit consisting of a carving knife, safety glove to wear while carving and a precut snowman blank, along with a written step by step overview of what will be covered in the Zoom session. Participants will then apply the basic cuts to produce a simple carving. For further details and to register for the class visit www.makerspherevt.com

1/20/21 6:00pm - 1/27/21 7:30pm

Virtual via Zoom, Waterbury

Jan
13
2021
– THRU –
Feb
3
2021

Introduction to Productivity: Drawing From the Right Side of the Brain

Introduction to Productivity: Drawing From the Right Side of the Brain

Art Medium: Pencil, oil pastel, charcoal Student Level: Beginner - Intermediate Student Age: 15 and up
Have you ever wanted to make art but didn’t know where to start or weren’t sure about different art materials? This workshop series explores various art techniques and media in a fun and relaxed way. We will create zentangles, abstract watercolor paintings, draw on the right side of the brain, and more.

1/13/21 5:30am - 2/3/21 7:00am

Virtual via Zoom, Waterbury

Jan
13
2021
– THRU –
Feb
10
2021

Winter Wednesdays: Mixed Media Art Classes For Grades 6 – 12 With Andrea Myklebust, Southern Vermont Arts Center

Winter Wednesdays: Mixed Media Art Classes For Grades 6 – 12 With Andrea Myklebust, Southern Vermont Arts Center

Instructor: Andrea Myklebust
Dates: Wednesdays from January 13 – February 10
Time: 1 – 3 p.m.
Cost: SVAC Member – $150; Non-Member – $185
Ages: Grades 6-12

Spend the afternoon exploring in the SVAC studios when school is closed. We will meet five times in January and February.

This class is open to all. New students are welcome. Students from the fall class are also welcome to re-enroll and will be able to work on new projects–drawing, painting, and working with clay, wool, plaster and other three-dimensional materials. Geared for grades six and up, these classes will include both projects designed by the teacher and opportunities for students to work individually on projects and with materials that interest them.

Masks required; registration limited to allow for physical distancing. We are currently planning for an in-person class and will shift to Zoom if necessary. If there is a switch, anyone who has registered will have the option either to withdraw–if they do not want to take on online class–and receive a refund for the remaining classes OR to stay for the remaining Zoom-based classes at a reduced rate. SVAC will also refund families if there are unexpected changes in your children’s schools’ plans that make attendance impossible.

Scholarships available. Please contact Erin for more information: ekaufman@svac.org or 802.367.1306.

1/13/21 1:00pm - 2/10/21 3:00pm

Southern Vermont Arts Center, Manchester

Jan
6
2021
– THRU –
Feb
17
2021

Virtual Art for 3rd - 5th Grades

Virtual Art for 3rd - 5th Grades

These grades will be Makers. Working with cardboard, papier mache’, paint, paper, tape, toothpicks and the contents of your recycling bin. We will construct all kinds of fabulous projects sure to challenge and satisfy the wonderful imaginations of this age group! There will be plenty of drawing and painting as well.

1/6/21 3:30pm - 2/17/21 3:00pm

Virtual via Zoom, Waterbury

Nov
11
2020
– THRU –
Jun
18
2021

Virtual Design Field Trip with Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum

Virtual Design Field Trip with Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum

Cooper Hewitt offers free, dynamic educational programs for K–12 school groups. Our immersive learning experience is designed to align with city, state, and national learning standards. Drawing upon the museum’s exhibitions, design educators facilitate thoughtful discussions and activities focused on the process of design thinking. We empower students to view the world optimistically through the lens of design and to improve it by honing their design thinking abilities.

The virtual Design Field Trip experience is a 60-minute program in which K-12 students explore the design process, build connections to Cooper Hewitt’s collection, and foster a deeper understanding of brainstorming techniques and inclusive design. Our interactive field trip inspires the next generation of designers to take action in their community, build self-confidence and self-esteem, and learn how to harness their superpowers to create change for the better.

11/11/20 10:00am - 6/18/21 1:00pm

Virtual/Online, Outside Vermont

Thursday, January 21, 2021
Jan
7
2021
– THRU –
Jan
28
2021

Developing Your Voice Through Creative Writing

Developing Your Voice Through Creative Writing

Developing Your Voice Through Creative Writing
with Tree Antoff

Four week workshop on zoom
Thursday's 5:30-6:30pm
January 7th, 14th, 21st, & 28th

$60 : pre-register!

Whether it be in poetry or prose, short stories or essays, we use our voices to interact with all of our experiences and with each other. Writing can be both solitary and social. In this workshop we will be focusing on developing your voice not only for the ease of personal expression but as a means of communicating with one another. Your voice is made up of many things. It is fed by your experience but also your creativity, your imagination. Your voice can also reach others, and inform them of their own experiences. When collectively explored any individual voice can become a meaningful part of another’s experience. It can inspire and comfort or provide new inlets into understanding aspects of ourselves we had previously been unaware of or unable to articulate.
These workshops are designed to encourage you to explore yourself, your social and personal identities, and your voice through creative writing.
Each week will contain a series of prompts and time for freewriting responses as well as a sharing session at the end. If participants wish, additional feedback can be given outside of the workshop (through google classroom) so that they can continue to develop the material they have written. Each week we will build on the last, with further writing prompts and collective writing exercises, culminating in the creation of a single page artist book that each participant can complete easily on their own and share with others if they would like.
The goal of this workshop is simply to become more comfortable with and to have fun exploring the myriad of ways that we can use our voices through creative writing, both independently and collectively. As this is a collective writing workshop, sharing with one another will be greatly encouraged, but always optional.

1/7/21 5:30pm - 1/28/21 6:30pm

Zoom!, Statewide

Jan
7
2021
– THRU –
Feb
18
2021

Virtual Art for 6th - 8th Grade

Virtual Art for 6th - 8th Grade

This age group will be drawing and painting non-stop to strengthen foundational work. Each student will be challenged to push the edges of their skills and take new art risks. We will work on individual compositions as we use the vast resources of the internet to explore art history, art styles and the impact of art at community level.

1/7/21 3:30pm - 2/18/21 3:30pm

Virtual via Zoom, Waterbury

Nov
11
2020
– THRU –
Jun
18
2021

Virtual Design Field Trip with Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum

Virtual Design Field Trip with Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum

Cooper Hewitt offers free, dynamic educational programs for K–12 school groups. Our immersive learning experience is designed to align with city, state, and national learning standards. Drawing upon the museum’s exhibitions, design educators facilitate thoughtful discussions and activities focused on the process of design thinking. We empower students to view the world optimistically through the lens of design and to improve it by honing their design thinking abilities.

The virtual Design Field Trip experience is a 60-minute program in which K-12 students explore the design process, build connections to Cooper Hewitt’s collection, and foster a deeper understanding of brainstorming techniques and inclusive design. Our interactive field trip inspires the next generation of designers to take action in their community, build self-confidence and self-esteem, and learn how to harness their superpowers to create change for the better.

11/11/20 10:00am - 6/18/21 1:00pm

Virtual/Online, Outside Vermont

Friday, January 22, 2021
Nov
11
2020
– THRU –
Jun
18
2021

Virtual Design Field Trip with Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum

Virtual Design Field Trip with Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum

Cooper Hewitt offers free, dynamic educational programs for K–12 school groups. Our immersive learning experience is designed to align with city, state, and national learning standards. Drawing upon the museum’s exhibitions, design educators facilitate thoughtful discussions and activities focused on the process of design thinking. We empower students to view the world optimistically through the lens of design and to improve it by honing their design thinking abilities.

The virtual Design Field Trip experience is a 60-minute program in which K-12 students explore the design process, build connections to Cooper Hewitt’s collection, and foster a deeper understanding of brainstorming techniques and inclusive design. Our interactive field trip inspires the next generation of designers to take action in their community, build self-confidence and self-esteem, and learn how to harness their superpowers to create change for the better.

11/11/20 10:00am - 6/18/21 1:00pm

Virtual/Online, Outside Vermont

Saturday, January 23, 2021
Jan
16
2021
– THRU –
Jan
30
2021

Teen To Teen – Session 1: Online Yoga With Charlotte Alexander, RYT 200

Teen To Teen – Session 1: Online Yoga With Charlotte Alexander, RYT 200

Instructor: Charlotte Alexander, RYT 200
Dates: Saturdays from January 16 – January 30
Time: 2 – 3 p.m.
Cost includes all three classes:
SVAC member, also registering for “Teen to Teen – Session 2” – $20
SVAC member, registering for this course only – $25
Non-member, also registering for “Teen to Teen – Session 2” – $25
Non-member, registering for this course only – $30
Ages: Open to ages 13-19

Find a fun-loving approach to yoga via Zoom! Learn to express yourself through beautiful postures. Gain flexibility, strength, and balance in a vinyasa (flow) based practice designed to heal the body and calm the mind. Together we will explore the fundamentals of yoga, find awareness of breath and body, and practice mindfulness. Let’s begin this new journey together! Scholarships are available. Please contact Erin at 802.367.1306 or ekaufman@svac.org.

From beginners to experienced, all yogis are invited to grow and renew. All you need is a mat! Open to ages 13-19.

Charlotte took her first class when she was eleven. It was love at first vinyasa! After a few years of practicing, playing, and lots of encouragement from wonderful teachers, she signed up for a yoga teacher training program when she was fourteen. She’s been teaching ever since, and now at sixteen Charlotte has a passion for teaching and learning new forms of this practice.

1/16/21 2:00pm - 1/30/21 3:00pm

Virtual, Southern Vermont Arts Center, Manchester

Sunday, January 24, 2021
Jan
17
2021
– THRU –
Feb
7
2021

Introduction to Productivity: Drawing From the Right Side of the Brain

Introduction to Productivity: Drawing From the Right Side of the Brain

Art Medium: Pencil, oil pastel, charcoal Student Level: Beginner - Intermediate Student Age: 15 and up
Have you ever wanted to make art but didn’t know where to start or weren’t sure about different art materials?
This workshop series explores various art techniques and media in a fun and relaxed way. We will create zentangles, abstract watercolor paintings, draw on the right side of the brain, and more.

1/17/21 10:00am - 2/7/21 11:30am

virtual via Zoom, Waterbury

Jan
17
2021
– THRU –
Feb
7
2021

Virtual Class – Introduction To Hand Spinning, Online With Andrea Myklebust

Virtual Class – Introduction To Hand Spinning, Online With Andrea Myklebust

Instructor: Andrea Myklebust
Dates: Sundays from January 17 – February 7
Time: 2 – 4 p.m.
Cost: SVAC Member: $150; Non-Member: $175
Ages 14 – Adult


Learn to make your own yarn by hand with a hand spindle. Using a kit supplied by the instructor, including a custom-made hand spindle and locally-raised wool from her flock of sheep in Danby, Vermont, students will work as a group to understand the foundations of hand spinning: draft and twist. In addition to our group class time, the instructor will provide downloadable course materials, and schedule one-on-one sessions with students to provide individual instruction and troubleshooting. By the end of class, students will have grounding in the fundamentals of hand spinning and will be ready to continue their exploration of this ancient craft. No previous spinning or fiber experience necessary.

Class fee includes $45 for materials. Shipping costs, if necessary due to the student’s location or preference, will be paid by the student. Limited scholarships available. Please contact us with questions about shipping or any other aspect of the class: ekaufman@svac.org or 802.367.1306

1/17/21 2:00pm - 2/7/21 4:00pm

Virtual, Southern Vermont Arts Center, Manchester

Monday, January 25, 2021
Jan
4
2021
– THRU –
Jan
25
2021

Virtual Class – Into The Dark: Drawing Shadows, Online With Susan Weiss

Virtual Class – Into The Dark: Drawing Shadows, Online With Susan Weiss

Four Monday afternoons in January–via Zoom

In this class we will explore the various types of shadows that are important in creating a drawing as well as the light source that creates the shadows. We will study different techniques to create shadows and shadow shapes and how to create mood with shadows. Drawings will include the interior still life, outdoor landscapes and architecture. All levels of experience are welcome. A suggested materials list is below, and house-found materials are also an option. Please contact Erin at SVAC if you have questions about supplies or any other aspect of the class. The class is open to teens with parent/guardian permission. Limited scholarships are available.

Suggested Materials for “Into the Dark:”
Strathmore 400 Series Bristol Drawing Paper. 14”x11”
Set of graphite drawing pencils
Sakura Pigma Micron Permanent Ink Pens
Kneaded eraser
Colored pencils
Charcoal – pencils, vine, and/or condensed
Set of colored pencils
Watercolor set and brushes
Watercolor paper pad
Pastels – chalk, pencils or crayons

To register by email or phone please contact Erin Kaufman at ekaufman@svac.org or 802-367-1306.

More about Susan: www.susanweissart.com

1/4/21 4:00pm - 1/25/21 5:30pm

Virtual, Southern Vermont Arts Center, Manchester

Nov
11
2020
– THRU –
Jun
18
2021

Virtual Design Field Trip with Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum

Virtual Design Field Trip with Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum

Cooper Hewitt offers free, dynamic educational programs for K–12 school groups. Our immersive learning experience is designed to align with city, state, and national learning standards. Drawing upon the museum’s exhibitions, design educators facilitate thoughtful discussions and activities focused on the process of design thinking. We empower students to view the world optimistically through the lens of design and to improve it by honing their design thinking abilities.

The virtual Design Field Trip experience is a 60-minute program in which K-12 students explore the design process, build connections to Cooper Hewitt’s collection, and foster a deeper understanding of brainstorming techniques and inclusive design. Our interactive field trip inspires the next generation of designers to take action in their community, build self-confidence and self-esteem, and learn how to harness their superpowers to create change for the better.

11/11/20 10:00am - 6/18/21 1:00pm

Virtual/Online, Outside Vermont

Tuesday, January 26, 2021
Jan
12
2021
– THRU –
Feb
16
2021

Playing with Paper

Playing with Paper

Explore the many personalities of 140 lb watercolor paper. It is durable enough to absorb an onslaught of wet work and still make lovely greeting cards. It is thick enough to build three dimensional sculptures (which then love to be painted!) and thin enough to bend, fold and cut easily. It paints like a dream - liquid watercolors are stunning!

1/12/21 6:00pm - 2/16/21 7:30pm

Virtual via Zoom, Waterbury

Nov
11
2020
– THRU –
Jun
18
2021

Virtual Design Field Trip with Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum

Virtual Design Field Trip with Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum

Cooper Hewitt offers free, dynamic educational programs for K–12 school groups. Our immersive learning experience is designed to align with city, state, and national learning standards. Drawing upon the museum’s exhibitions, design educators facilitate thoughtful discussions and activities focused on the process of design thinking. We empower students to view the world optimistically through the lens of design and to improve it by honing their design thinking abilities.

The virtual Design Field Trip experience is a 60-minute program in which K-12 students explore the design process, build connections to Cooper Hewitt’s collection, and foster a deeper understanding of brainstorming techniques and inclusive design. Our interactive field trip inspires the next generation of designers to take action in their community, build self-confidence and self-esteem, and learn how to harness their superpowers to create change for the better.

11/11/20 10:00am - 6/18/21 1:00pm

Virtual/Online, Outside Vermont

Wednesday, January 27, 2021
Jan
20
2021
– THRU –
Jan
27
2021

Introduction to Woodcarving: Snowman

Introduction to Woodcarving: Snowman

The term “whittling” evokes images of sitting on a front porch with a pocket knife whittling small figures. Imagine a lifetime hobby you can get started with needing only a small investment for a single knife and safety glove. With the COVID restrictions, the Governor has told us to stay home. So why not learn a new hobby!

Introduction to Woodcarving is a series of virtual sessions via Zoom where we will cover background information and the tools and techniques you need to get started. Prior to the class you will be provided with a kit consisting of a carving knife, safety glove to wear while carving and a precut snowman blank, along with a written step by step overview of what will be covered in the Zoom session. Participants will then apply the basic cuts to produce a simple carving. For further details and to register for the class visit www.makerspherevt.com

1/20/21 6:00pm - 1/27/21 7:30pm

Virtual via Zoom, Waterbury

Jan
13
2021
– THRU –
Feb
3
2021

Introduction to Productivity: Drawing From the Right Side of the Brain

Introduction to Productivity: Drawing From the Right Side of the Brain

Art Medium: Pencil, oil pastel, charcoal Student Level: Beginner - Intermediate Student Age: 15 and up
Have you ever wanted to make art but didn’t know where to start or weren’t sure about different art materials? This workshop series explores various art techniques and media in a fun and relaxed way. We will create zentangles, abstract watercolor paintings, draw on the right side of the brain, and more.

1/13/21 5:30am - 2/3/21 7:00am

Virtual via Zoom, Waterbury

Jan
13
2021
– THRU –
Feb
10
2021

Winter Wednesdays: Mixed Media Art Classes For Grades 6 – 12 With Andrea Myklebust, Southern Vermont Arts Center

Winter Wednesdays: Mixed Media Art Classes For Grades 6 – 12 With Andrea Myklebust, Southern Vermont Arts Center

Instructor: Andrea Myklebust
Dates: Wednesdays from January 13 – February 10
Time: 1 – 3 p.m.
Cost: SVAC Member – $150; Non-Member – $185
Ages: Grades 6-12

Spend the afternoon exploring in the SVAC studios when school is closed. We will meet five times in January and February.

This class is open to all. New students are welcome. Students from the fall class are also welcome to re-enroll and will be able to work on new projects–drawing, painting, and working with clay, wool, plaster and other three-dimensional materials. Geared for grades six and up, these classes will include both projects designed by the teacher and opportunities for students to work individually on projects and with materials that interest them.

Masks required; registration limited to allow for physical distancing. We are currently planning for an in-person class and will shift to Zoom if necessary. If there is a switch, anyone who has registered will have the option either to withdraw–if they do not want to take on online class–and receive a refund for the remaining classes OR to stay for the remaining Zoom-based classes at a reduced rate. SVAC will also refund families if there are unexpected changes in your children’s schools’ plans that make attendance impossible.

Scholarships available. Please contact Erin for more information: ekaufman@svac.org or 802.367.1306.

1/13/21 1:00pm - 2/10/21 3:00pm

Southern Vermont Arts Center, Manchester

Jan
6
2021
– THRU –
Feb
17
2021

Virtual Art for 3rd - 5th Grades

Virtual Art for 3rd - 5th Grades

These grades will be Makers. Working with cardboard, papier mache’, paint, paper, tape, toothpicks and the contents of your recycling bin. We will construct all kinds of fabulous projects sure to challenge and satisfy the wonderful imaginations of this age group! There will be plenty of drawing and painting as well.

1/6/21 3:30pm - 2/17/21 3:00pm

Virtual via Zoom, Waterbury

Jan
27
2021
– THRU –
Feb
17
2021

Virtual Class – Introduction To Twined Weaving, Online With Andrea Myklebust

Virtual Class – Introduction To Twined Weaving, Online With Andrea Myklebust

Instructor: Andrea Myklebust
Dates: Wednesdays from January 27 – February 17
Time: 7 – 9 p.m.
Cost: SVAC Member: $150; Non-Member: $175
Ages 14 – Adult
Four Wednesday evenings via Zoom.

This class explores the ancient art of twined weaving. Using a kit provided by the instructor, students will learn how to warp a twining loom and how to finger-weave woolen weft materials to create an intricately patterned bag. Twining is an ancient art form with variations developed by human cultures around the globe. In addition to our group class time, the instructor will provide downloadable course materials, and schedule one-on-one sessions with students to provide individual instruction and troubleshooting. Limited scholarships available.

Class fee includes $45 for materials. Shipping costs, if necessary due to the student’s location or preference, will be paid by the student. Please contact us with questions about shipping or any other aspect of the class: ekaufman@svac.org or 802.367.1306.

1/27/21 7:00pm - 2/17/21 9:00pm

Virtual, Southern Vermont Arts Center, Manchester