Find an exciting new way to express your creativity and take a break from your daily cares by enrolling in a fall class or workshop at HAM. Check out our complete list on our website and register today! Remember, if you sign up by Aug. 29, you'll save $10 on most of our programs.
WHERE: Hunterdon Art Museum, 7 Lower Center St., Clinton
Here are a few workshops for adults and teens ages 16 and up scheduled for this fall:
3-Day Handbuilding Ceramics Workshop at the Takaezu Studio
WHEN: starts Thursday, Sept. 14
Find inspiration working in the studio of one of the 20th century’s great ceramic artists, Toshiko Takaezu. This workshop is an intensive exploration of clay as a medium for sculpture. Participants build large-scale pieces with teachers assisting with form, gesture and structure. Each participant will produce at least one piece during the first two days. Instructors will bisque fire the work, and then everyone will meet to glaze their art. Join Us!
Drawing & Painting Animals & Landscapes One-Day Workshop
with Andrea Gianchiglia
WHEN: Monday, Sept. 18 at 10 a.m.
Experience nature through art! Work with pastels, oil, acrylics or watercolor and get inspired by the beautiful Hunterdon Hills landscape. Demos will be given in a variety of mediums and subjects such as perspective, foliage, color theory and atmosphere will be covered. On-site animals will also be included in the lesson plans with focus on drawing, proportion, texture and color application.This workshop is held at the Manship Property in Milford, New Jersey. Register
Silkscreen Printing: Simple & Fun Workshop
with Stephen McKenzie
WHEN: Sunday, Oct. 15 at 10 a.m.
Silkscreen printing is simple and fun, with attractive and sometimes unexpected and complex results. Learn the process of silkscreen printing, create original designs and print endlessly to create editions of prints and/or your own textiles. Learn two silkscreen methods: hand-cut paper stencils and printing with drawing fluid and screen filler. Each student will leave with several finished works and the skills to keep printing. Sign Up!