Workshops for Adults
Pre-registration is required.
For weekend workshops, registration closes Friday at 5:00pm before the workshop date.
CERAMICS DATE NIGHT | Adults
Dates: Mar 3 (FULL) or Mar 23 (FULL)
6:30-9:30pm | Teacher: Meagan Hepp or Bri Ozanne
Class Fee: $65/couple, Materials: $15/couple
Kick off your weekend at the BAC! Bring a date to the ceramics studio and learn to make your own pots together! Bring light refreshments to enjoy as your teacher guides you through the basics of the wheel and handbuilding. Everyone will create two pots to be glazed and fired. *One registration pays for two participants
ICA MUSEUM VISIT: ART IN THE AGE OF THE INTERNET | Adults
1:00-3:30pm | Gabriel Sosa
Join Boston-based artist and linguist, Gabriel Sosa, in this exciting examination of the fresh, new exhibit at the Institute of Contemporary Art. Exploring how the internet has influenced the world of art, students will learn about modern work across a variety of mediums, including painting, performance, video, photography, sculpture and more. Registrants will meet in the main lobby of the ICA. *Museum admission paid separately.
SGRAFFITO ENAMELING WORKSHOP | Ages 13-Adults (FULL)
Date: Saturday, February 24
10:00am-5:00pm | Teacher: Tanya Crane
Class Fee: $80, Materials: $20
Enameling is the process of fusing glass onto metal, and enamels are available in a rainbow of colors. In this exciting one day workshop, learn how to use sgraffito techniques to scratch away at enameled layers to make unique designs. Students will also be introduced to the principles of metal preparation, enamel application and finishing processes. All levels welcome!
INTRODUCTION TO PHOTOGRAPHY | Ages 13-Adults
Date: Saturday, March 3
12:30-3:00pm | Teacher: Gulnara Niaz
Class Fee: $45, Materials: $10
Develop your photographic eye and explore the visual grammar of photography in this fun workshop! Build fundamental skills including composition, lighting techniques, focus and positioning subjects all while creating images that are uniquely yours. The class will combine basic design problems, exercises in seeing elements and basic principles and techniques of camera use. DSLR camera and laptop required.