Waterworks Visual Arts Center

Providing diverse opportunities in the arts for all people through exhibitions, education, & outreach programs.

Summer ARTventures

 

Educating and Inspiring Creativity and 

Imagination in every child!


 
 
 

Messy Art - Ages 4-5



Messy Art V: Seussical Fun

July 29-August 2 

Morning, 9am-12pm


Instructor: Debbie Hoffman


Back by popular demand, join this art class inspired by Dr. Seuss. Create sculptures and pictures with a whimsical-style using paint, mixed media and found objects. We might even hear a Who!  The Seuss-iness will continue in our story and movement time.


Non-Member - Ages 4-5
Attendee
Birthdate (mm/dd/yy)

Member - Ages 4-5
Attendee
Birthdate (mm/dd/yy)

 
 

Ages 6-8


Animal Attitudes New! / July 29-August 2 / Morning, 9am-12pm.  

Instructor: Joana Suttle


Ever feel like bounding through the jungle or swinging from the vines? Walk on the wild side to create ceramic sculptures based on animal favorites. Students will choose an animal as inspiration for three ceramic pieces. Work will include a miniature animal sculpture, an animal mask, and a decorated raised container. Be ready to get wild with the animals! (Specialty Class Pricing)

 

Landscape Weaving New! / July 29-August 2 / Afternoon, 1-4pm. 

Instructor: Dani Iris


Students will learn the essentials of basic weaving techniques. Working with a variety of fibers and materials they will design their own weavings over painted landscapes as well as free standing weaving.

 


Non-Member - Ages 6-8
Attendee
Birthdate (mm/dd/yy)

Member - Ages 6-8
Attendee
Birthdate (mm/dd/yy)

 
 

Ages 9-11


2D & 3D Architecture / July 29-August 2 / Morning, 9am-12pm. 

Instructor: Brett Schenning


From houses to skyscrapers, design is in architecture. Students will use the design techniques prevalent in architecture to make conceptual drawings where function and frills combine to form a unique structure. First on paper and then in 3D, students will design, draw and build from the ground up.

 

Photo Lab / July 29- August 2 / Afternoon, 1-4pm. 

Instructor: Brett Schenning


This class is an introductory course that will focus on the potential of the photographic medium. Students will explore a variety of methods of capturing and creating images using both traditional film and digital techniques. This class includes skills needed to load film, perspective when taking photos, developing and printing in the darkroom. Cameras and film will be provided. (Specialty Class Pricing)


Non-Member - Ages 9-11
Attendee
Birthdate (mm/dd/yy)

Member - Ages 9-11
Attendee
Birthdate (mm/dd/yy)

 
 
 
 
 
Meet the Instructors

BRENDA GARIEPY
DEBBIE HOFFMAN
SHIRL HULL
RAY MOOSE
DENISE PAUGH
BRETT SCHENNING
BRENT SMITH
PHYLLIS STEIMEL
JOANA SUTTLE
ANDREA VAIL