Registration is open for new classes, workshops and School Vacation Art Camp; all are scheduled to begin in April at Waterfall Arts.
For young artists, Linda Stec leads the ever popular Wonders of Clay on Wednesday afternoons beginning April 29th, and teaching artist Bridget Matros presents an all-natural Earth Arts Camp during April School Vacation April 20th to 24th. The Bridge after school program will start a new session in April, check the website for details.
“Still Life with Robot” by Mike Fletcher
For adults and older teens, Mike Fletcher teaches a five week Still Life Painting with Acrylics class on Monday evenings beginning April 13th. Adventures in Printmaking with Gwen Tatro begins Wednesday, April 8th. Cory Upton-Cosulich and Adam Bogosian return with Ceramics All Levels on Tuesday evenings beginning April 14th. Open clay and print studio hours with experienced monitors available for technical assistance are held on Wednesdays and Thursdays. The Saturday morning Life Drawing Group continues to meet from 9:30 to noon every week. Join the fun!
All classes have minimum and maximum enrollment thresholds, so early registration will improve the chances of running and of your slot in it! Scholarships are available for some of the classes. Waterfall Arts is supported by the Maine Arts Commission, an independent state agency supported by the National Endowment for the Arts, foundations, local businesses and individual contributions. For registration information, complete details on classes and instructors, scholarship applications, exhibitions, art events, studio rentals and volunteer opportunities, visit waterfallarts.org, call (207) 338-2222 or stop by Waterfall Arts at 256 High Street in Belfast.