HAPPY NEW YEAR!!
Don’t forget! This weekend, (January 11th and 12th) the photography competiion and exhibition, Infocus, 2013 (26th annual this year), is accepting entries at CSAC’s old location, 193 S. Washington St. Entries accepted 12 to 4pm. 209.532.2787. for more info: http://www.centralsierraarts.org/infocus-2/
IRENE TAYLOR WORKSHOP AT KASA
Irene Taylor is offering a Winter “Guided Art Instruction”, beginning this Friday, Jan.11, 2013, and continuing through Friday, March 8th, 2013. Irene taught a very successful and fun series of classes at CSAC’s old location on Washington St.–as well as at KASA. (located at the historic Dome property, where Sonora pre-school was located). The KASA classroom, is a lot roomier than our previous space, but no less intimate, as the class is small (12 students maximum), offering a hands-on, one to one kind of experience.
Students learn how to “see” like an artist, developing their observational skills through drawing. They learn to mix and use color using the medium of watercolor. Download Flyer here; WINTER INSTRUCTION
Who can take the classes: students 8 years and over….
Location: KASA, 251 Barretta St., Sonora (previously Sonora Pre-School)
Length: 2 hours
Time/Dates: (4-6 pm), Every other Friday. beginning the 11th.
Cost: $20 per class (10% discount for 6 session payment in advance).
Registration: by phone: CSAC 532.2787 or Irene Taylor 588.0959
Materials Cost: less than $50 With pre-arrangements, art supplies available from Irene.
Materials: soft black pencil(s), eraser, fine line black sharpie pen(s), pads or sheets of drawing paper, 140 lb. watercolor paper, #8 watercolor brush with a good point, sturdy palette, sturdy water container, RED, YELLOW & BLUE watercolor paint
PHOTOGRAPHY WORKSHOP IN THE REDWOODS
Pulitzer-prize-winning photographer, and one of this year’s InFocus judges, Kim Komenich will lead a weekend workshop designed for anyone with a digital camera from an iPhone or point-and-shoot to a high-end DSLR. The idea is to move beyond thinking of photography as acquisition, the taking of pictures. Better to go for a walk on our beautiful trails through the redwoods and relax long enough to see photography as telling a story and making pictures.
Date(s) – January 18th through January 20th –3:00 PM
For more information please visit the website: