New Spring Art Classes with expanded offerings for teens & families

Orchard on Rte 9-ll HM Saffer

Orchard on Route 9, oil on canvas, by HM Saffer. Image courtesy of the artist.

Spring is a time for new growth, and the perfect time to try something new.  Join us for all new classes this spring and new ways of approaching art.  Tim Ebneth teaches Painted Paper Collage Making and Sayzie Carr teaches Textile Collage.  Explore drawing with Eileen Murphy, Gary Finelli, and Maj Kalfus.  Explore photography with Jerry Freedner.  Learn how to work with water-based media with Arlene Santana Thornton and Sara Pruiksma.  And learn elements of oil painting with HM Saffer and Eileen Murphy.

We are expanding our free offerings for young people ages 13-21.  Join us for Art: Learning to Look on Saturday April 14 from 2-4, part of ASCC’s participation in the international museum movement “Slow Art Day.”  Observe ASCC’s exhibit for an hour, then join in discussion and optional art-making from 3-4 pm.   This program is free for ages 13-21, with a suggested donation of $10 for adults, all supplies included.

We also are excited to feature the return of our popular One Hour Art programs.  Explore drawing and collage on April 28, and mixed media on May 5  from 1-2 or 2-3 pm—all supplies included.  The classes are free to students 13-21 and adults are $15/hour.

Get energized this spring – join us for an art class, and bring a friend or family member along too!


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