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Multi Arts Center

Summer 2012 Schedule
Enrollment begins April 23 at 9:00am

www.multiartscenter.org 1001 South Duck, Stillwater OK 74074 405.747.8084

General Information
Important Information
Classes fill quickly. Payment is due at the time of registration. Students unable to pay will be placed on a waiting list until payment is received. Multi Arts Center accepts cash and checks. Checks should be made payable to Multi Arts Center and checks for supply fees to the class instructor.

Supplies

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If no supply fee or list is shown, supplies are included in the cost of the class. Supply fees can only be paid by cash or check; checks should be made out in the name of the instructor. Students are responsible for purchasing their own supplies if a class indicates a supply list. Students should keep their receipts in the event items need to be returned.

Refund Policy
Classes with insufficient enrollment will be cancelled and all fees returned. No refunds will be granted after the first class, or if a student misses any classes. Cancellations by a student must be made no later than one week prior to the class for fees to be refunded. No refunds or credits will be given for student cancellations less than one week prior to the class.

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We do Birthday Parties! Most of them are for children, but we can also do teens and even adults. How cool would it be to have a surprise birthday party at Multi Arts Center for a co-worker? We provide the materials and a host/instructor for many types of art projects—such as drawing/cartooning, fused glass pendants, slumped glass dishes, beaded jewelry and more! We can even do cupcakes/cakes for your party! Contact us for more information on booking your party soon by calling 405.747.8084!

Open Studio
Open studios are ongoing, year-round opportunities to advance your skills by working independently. Students must be able to demonstrate previous experience in their chosen media. Fees apply to students who are not currently enrolled in the corresponding class at Multi Arts Center. The space is available during regular hours, when it is not being used by a scheduled class. Any changes in the Open Studio Policies will be posted at the center or emailed to those who participate in open studio ten days prior to the date they go into effect.

Ceramics and Sculpture Studio

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Fee: $12 per week. You are responsible for providing your own clay. You may make clay in the pug mill for $10.00 per 25 pounds of clay. Students who have not taken a ceramics class at Multi Arts Center must take an orientation class to determine eligibility. Orientation fee: $25

Weaving Studio Fee: $10 per month Quilting Studio Fee: $10 per month
You are responsible for providing cutters and a sewing machine. Grand Quilter Machine-$4 per hour

Stained Glass Studio
Fee: $10 per month Special permission from the instructor is needed to participate. You are responsible for providing all expendable materials, including glass, foil, copper, solder, etc.

Jewelry & Metals Studio Fee: $20 per month
Only students who have successfully completed Jewelry & Metals II and have permission from instructor Joseph Richardson may participate in this open studio. Fee includes the use of solder, acetylene, wax and vestment. All other supplies are the responsibility of the student.

Glass Fusing Studio
Fee: $20 per month—includes two large tray firings per month; additional fees apply for slumping and over two firings per month: large shelf firings (over 2) are $2; slump firing is $1 for molds up to 5” and $2 for molds over 5” in size. Permission from the instructor is needed to participate. You are responsible for providing all expendable materials,

Darkroom Studio Fee: $12 per week.
You are responsible for providing film and paper.

Summer 2012 Schedule
The following classes are being offered at Multi Arts Center this Summer. Enrollment begins April 23. To sign up for a class, go by Multi Arts Center. Payment may be made with cash or checks. Payment for supply fees should be made separately with checks made out to the instructor.

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Sculpture
Clay Sculpture of the Human Form
Class Fee: $60.00 plus $20 supply fee for clay Instructor: Mike Smolen The class will use a live model and photographs to create a portrait (and a full figure if time) in waterbased clay. All ability levels are welcome. This will be a fun class for both experienced and novice sculptors. No experience is required. Instruction will be provided primarily for beginning students. Sculptures will be fired as permanent artwork. Class dates: June 5—July 24 from 7 to 9 pm (Tuesdays for 8 weeks) Ages: 18 and up Minimum students: 4 Maximum: 8

Glass— Hot Glass—cont.
Beginning Glass Slumping
Supply Fee: $10.00 and your own base glass Instructor: Claire Zevnik Learn to create glass dishes, plates, and more! Students will fuse a base piece that will then be “slumped” into a mold to give them shape. Students must provide the base glass. Glass must be either 90 COE or 96 COE and can be purchased online or from Art Glass Emporium on Highway 33 just west of Langston. Molds and small amounts of 90 COE colored scrap glass are included in class fee. Class dates: June 9 & 16 from 10 am to 1 pm (Saturdays) Ages: 14 and up Minimum students: 3 Maximum: 8 Class Fee: $40.00

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See the Teens, Tweens, and Kids section for Lou Hale’s Self Portrait for the Young Sculptor class

Garden Glass
Class Fee: $20.00 Supply Fee: $25.00 Instructor: Claire Zevnik Create fused glass items for your garden in this class. We will create fused glass flowers, critters and small tiles! We will attach them to metal stakes to decorate the garden or house plants or use them to create wind chimes – the choice is yours! Glass , stakes, and stringing materials will be provided for the supply fee. Class dates: May 7 from 6 to 9 pm (Monday) Ages: 14 and up Minimum students: 3 Maximum: 8

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Beginning Glass Fusing
Class Fee: $20.00 Supply fee: $25.00 Instructor: Claire Zevnik Learn the basic techniques of glass fusing. Learn to cut, design, layer, and fuse glass to turn your ideas into eye-catching sun-catchers, jewelry pieces, andmore! Glass is provided in supply fee. Class date: May 5 from 12 to 3 pm (Saturday) Ages: 14 and up Minimum students: 3 Maximum: 8

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Introduction to Glass Bead Making
Class Fee: $45.00 plus MAPP gas Instructor: Lori Bode This is an introductory class on glass bead making. It will cover the characteristics of a good bead, equipment and supplies needed to create beads, and how to make glass beads—from forming beads to working with frit to making twisty beads! Class dates: June 4—25 from 5:30 to 8:00 pm (Mondays for 4 weeks) Ages: 14 and up Minimum students: 3 Maximum: 6 NOTE: Students will need to supply a canister of MAPP gas (available at hardware/plumbing stores)

Fusing II
Class Fee: $25.00 Supply fee: $35 Instructor: Claire Zevnik This intermediate fusing class incorporates the use of dichroic glass as accents, frits, glass paints, and other advanced techniques. Class date: July 28 from 10 am – 2 pm (Saturday) Ages: 14 and up Minimum students: 3 Maximum: 8

Class Enrollment begins April 23 at 9 am!

Fiber Arts
Inkle Weaving
Class Fee: $40.00 Supply Fee: $5.00 Instructor: Gina Levesque Inkle weaving is done on small, portable looms and is used to make bands for belts, straps, bookmarks, and trim on clothing. Perfect for gift giving! Come learn this ancient fiber art. The instructor will provide a loom for each student to use during class. Each student will take home a finished band. Class date: July 14 from 9 am—5 pm Ages: 14 and up Minimum Students: 3 Maximum: 7

Learn to Sew
Class Fee: $12.50 Supply Fee: $5.00 Supply List: Given to students on first day of class Instructor: Jan Wilson This class will introduce techniques of using a sewing machine. Students will create one finished item, a simple skirt with an elastic top. Students who have a portable sewing machine are encouraged to bring in their own: a limited quantity is available for use at Multi Arts Center. A supply list will be given out on the first day of class. Ages: 12 and up Class Dates: July 3 —24 from 4:15 to 5:45 pm (Tuesdays for 4 weeks) Minimum: 2 Max: 6

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Beginning Floor Loom Weaving
Class Fee: $55.00 Supply Fee: $5.00 Instructor: Pat Brainard This class is great for beginners or weavers who need a refresher course. Students will learn to wind a warp, warp a floor loom and read a simple draft to create a beautiful woven project. Experienced students can design their own projects with help from the instructor. Supplies included for beginning students, advanced students should expect to purchase their own fibers. Class date: June 4—July 23 from 7 to 9 pm (Monday evenings for 8 weeks) Ages: 16 and up Minimum Students: 4 Maximum: 6

Jewelry
Peyote Stitch Angel Pin
Class Fee: $15.00 plus Supply List and $5 for pattern Instructor: Sherrill Lewis Stitch a sweet, little angel in peyote stitch for a sweet gift! Sample is on display at Multi Arts Center. Class date: May 26 from 1 to 4 pm (Saturday) Ages: Adult Minimum Students: 3 Maximum: 10

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Beading with Crystals and More
Class Fee: $ 15.00 Supply Fee: $20.00 Instructor: Kate Arroyo Make a beautiful beaded jewelry using crystals, seed beads, and accent beads in this class. Students will learn techniques to make the class project and other beautiful pieces of jewelry. No previous beading experience is required Class Dates: June 13 from 6 to 9 pm (Wednesday) Ages: 9 and up Minimum students: 2 Maximum: 10

“Confetti” Building Crazy Quilt
Class Fee: $15.00 plus Supply List Instructor: Sherrill Lewis Chain piece, press and slice your way to a happily haphazard, easy and fast way to piece a crazy quilt! If you don’t care for the 5side-center “bullseye” effect, then you will enjoy this fun method! Class date: June 28 from 10 am to 3 pm (Thursday) Ages: 14 and up Minimum Students: 4 Maximum: 20

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Cooking
Authentic Indian Cooking
Class Fee: $7.00 Instructor: Vandana Jaiswal Students will learn to cook simple, authentic Indian appetizers and desserts. Recipes and methods will be demonstrated in a step-by-step manner. There will be an overview of ingredients, including spices, and students can re-create the dishes at home and bring questions to the second class. Students will get to sample the food and ask questions during class. Recipes will be provided to take home. Class date: May 12—19 from 3 to 5 pm (Saturdays for 2 weeks) Ages: Teen—Adult Minimum Students: 3 Maximum: 10 to 12

Beginning Crochet
Class Fee: $60 plus Supply List Instructor: Shirley Veldman Students will learn the basics of crochet—chain, single, double, and 1/2 double crochet. They will learn granny squares and joining techniques. Students will have a completed pillow by the end of class. Class date: June 4—July 9 from 6 to 9 pm (Mondays for 6 weeks) Ages: 14 and up Minimum Students: 4 Maximum: 6 (8 if intermediate)

Painting and Drawing
Beginning Drawing I
Class Fee: $70.00 plus Supply List Instructor: Lewis Moses Students will learn the fundamentals of shape and proportion, light and dark contrast starting with still lifes. They will learn to draw realistically using such subjects as cars, figures, and animals. Class Dates: June 6—July 25 from 6 to 8pm (Wednesdays for 8 weeks) Ages: 13 and up Minimum students: 3 Maximum: 10

Pottery and Clay
Playing with Clay
Class Fee: $120.00 Instructor: Tandi Memmott Students will have the opportunity to experiment with clay and learn techniques in wheel throwing and hand building. This great introductory class has a relaxed atmosphere that allows students to experiment while learning the basic skills needed (wedging, centering, throwing, slab building, etc.) to create their own projects. Learn to make beautiful and functional ceramic glazed pieces. Class fee includes 25 pounds of clay—additional clay may be purchased for $10/25 lb. Class Dates: June 5—July 24 from 6 to 9 pm (Tuesdays for 8 weeks) Ages: 18 and up Minimum students: 4 Maximum: 10

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Oil Painting
Class Fee: $100.00 plus Supply List Instructor: Joel Moore Students will learn basic and advanced oil painting skills including the use of glazing to create realistic shadows and lighting effects. All levels of painters can take this class. Class Dates: May 14—July 23 from 6 to 9 pm (Mondays for 10 weeks—no class on May 28) Ages: 12 and up Minimum students: 4 Maximum: 10

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Impressionist Oil Painting for Beginners
Class Fee: $100.00 plus Supply List Instructor: Linda Kerth On-going Impressionist-style oil painting for beginners and returning students including lectures, demos and handouts. Topics include color theory, color mixing, composition, shading and values, brush stroke, and canvas prep. Most of your time will be spent actually painting with help as needed. Paintings are usually completed in 3 session so you can finish two this session. Class Dates: May 22—July 17 from 3 to 6pm (Tuesdays for 8 weeks—no class on July 3) Ages: 14 and up Minimum students: 3 Maximum: 8

Class Fee Session 1: $75.00 Class Fee Session 2: $130.00 Instructor: Nathan Rice Beginning students will work on basic techniques in ceramics, both on the wheel and in hand building, and will create a collection of pottery that is both functional and aesthetically pleasing. The following projects may be included: cylinders, bowls, mugs, hollow vessels, deconstruction pots, found objects, stacked pot, 12” vessel, and duplicated containers. Class fee includes 25 pounds of clay—additional clay may be purchased for $10/25 lb. Class Dates: Session 1—May 1—May 29 from 6 to 9 pm (Tuesdays for 5 weeks) Session 2—June 2—July 28 from 12 –3pm (Saturdays for 9 weeks) Ages: 18 and up Minimum students: 4 Maximum: 10

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Intermediate/Advanced Ceramics
Class Fee: $170 Instructor: Nathan Rice This challenging and exciting class is designed for students with advanced skills. The main purpose of this class is to help students evaluate their personal goals in ceramics and experiment with new techniques to create new designs. Students may have the opportunity to experiment with slip casting, hand building, wheel throwing, traditional pottery, replicas, sculpting and more, based on interest. Class fee includes 25 pounds of clay—additional clay may be purchased for $10/25 lb. Class Dates: May 7—July 30 from 6 to 9 pm (Mondays for 12 weeks—no class on May 28) Ages: 18 and up Minimum students: 4 Maximum: 10

Beginning Oil Painting
Class Fee: $45.00 plus Supply List Instructor: Lucille Duncan Students will learn basic techniques for mixing paint, preparing surfaces, choosing and maintaining materials. They will also learn basic perspectives. The class will utilize these skills to render a simple representation of a field of flowers with a small house in the background. Class Dates: June 6—July 11 from 5:30 to 7:30 pm (Wednesdays for 5 weeks) Ages: 12 and up Minimum students: 3 Maximum: 10

Scratchboard
Introduction to Scratchboard
Class Fee: $40.00 plus Supply List Instructor: Kristen Brown Scratchboard is a medium much like drawing that lends itself to creating dramatic pieces with high value contrast as well as careful renderings of details. Scratchboards have a white hardened clay layer with a thin layer of black ink over. The student scratches the black layer with a variety of tools, exposing the white layer beneath. This is a subtractive method of drawing with the marks as highlights rather than shadows. An understanding of using value to create three-dimensionality will be covered in this course and a variety of tools will be used to create marks on the scratchboard. Near the end of the course, the addition of colored inks will be covered. The students will begin using a 5”x7” scratchboard. Students should bring two 5”x7” black and white pictures to use as subject matter—high contrast images work best. Drawing skills are helpful but not required. Class date: June 6—20 from 4 to 7 pm (Wednesdays for 3 weeks) Ages: 13 and up Minimum Students: 3 Maximum: 10

Photography
Digital Photography
Class Fee: $35 Instructor: Mark Waits Take your digital photography to the next level. Stop taking snapshots and start making impactful photos that you can be proud of. Feel confident using your digital camera and learn simple but effective editing techniques using Adobe Lightroom, an easy to use software program. Learn the digital photography workflow from shooting to editing to printing. Students should have a basic understanding of their camera's functions and basic computer skills such as transferring files from a camera to a computer. Class dates: May 22—June 12 from 6:30 to 8:30pm (Tuesdays for 4 weeks) Ages: 13 and up Minimum Students: 4 Maximum: 15

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Darkroom Discovery
Class Fee: $40 Instructor: Claire Zevnik Learn to print your own black and white pictures in the darkroom! This class will teach the basics of printing and enhancing your photos. Students must bring a processed roll of 35mm film or negatives to the class. Class date: August 4 from 10am to 2 pm (Saturday) Ages: 13 and up Minimum Students: 3 Maximum: 5

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Scratchboard II
Class Fee: $40.00 plus Supply List Instructor: Kristen Brown Students from Introduction to Scratchboard are encouraged to join this class if they would like to continue working in this medium. However, interested students with no experience will also be able to learn what was taught in the introductory course, so everyone is welcome. Returning students, or experienced students, will have the opportunity to work larger and experiment more with mark making and inking. Class date: July 11—25 from 4 to 7 pm (Wednesdays for 3 weeks) Ages: 13 and up Minimum Students: 3 Maximum: 10

Chess
Threat, Check, & Checkmate! by Oklahoma Chess Academy
Class Fee: $ 75.00 Supply Fee: $15 Instructor: Cristian Spencer Learn determination, confidence and mental focus through the age-old game of Chess in a fun and interactive classroom! In our beginner class students will learn chess theory, tactics and strategy resulting in a full knowledge of a great game proven to advance memory, math, and problem solving skills. Multi-tournament competitor Cristian Spencer will prepare intermediate students for entry into the exciting world of competitive chess, one of which will be organized by Oklahoma Chess Academy after classes are completed! Students will receive a tournament regulation size board and pieces to keep, all you have to bring is a good attitude and a desire to learn! Class date: May 30—July 30 (8 weeks) Mondays and Wednesdays from 6 to 7:15 pm AND Saturdays from 10 to 11:15 am Ages: 8 and up Minimum Students: 5 Maximum: 10 The instructor is planning to host two events—a simul game and a tournament for those taking this course.

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Gourd Art
Gourd Dolls
Class Fee: $30.00 Supply Fee: $20 Instructor: Rick Crawford Students will learn to clean gourds and prepare them for design and dressing. They will also sculpt and paint clay faces, and create and design clothing from leather, cloth, feathers, and beads as well as personal items brought from home. Class date: June 4—18 from 4 to 7 pm (Mondays for 3 weeks) Ages: 13 and up Minimum Students: 4 Maximum: 10

Teens, Tweens and Kids!
Beginning Fusing for Tweens & Teens
Class Fee: $10.00 Supply Fee: $12.50 Instructor: Claire Zevnik Students will learn the basics of fusing glass. They will be able to make small items such as sun catchers, small dishes, or jewelry pendants. Glass is provided. Ages: 9—14 Class Date: Saturday, May 5th from 3:30-5:30 Minimum students: 3 Maximum: 5

Play with Clay! Teens only
Class Fee: $120.00 Instructor: Tandi Memmott Students will experiment with clay and learn techniques in wheel throwing and hand building. This great introductory class has a relaxed atmosphere that allows students to experiment while learning the basic skills needed (wedging, centering, throwing, slab building, etc.) to create their own projects. Learn to make beautiful and functional ceramic glazed pieces. Class fee includes 25 pounds of clay—additional clay may be purchased for $10/25 lb. Ages: 13—18 Class Date: June 4—July 23 from 1 to 4 pm (Mondays for 8 weeks) Minimum students: 4 Maximum: 10

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Sew So
Class Fee: $ 12.50 Supply Fee: $5.00 Supply List: Given to students on first day of class Instructor: Jan Wilson This class will introduce techniques of using a sewing machine. Students will create one finished item, a simple skirt with an elastic top. Students who have a portable sewing machine are encouraged to bring in their own; a limited quantity is available for use at Multi Arts Center. A supply list will be given out on the first day of class. Ages 9—12 Class Dates: June 5—26 from 4:15 to 5:45 pm (Tuesdays for 4 weeks) Minimum: 2 Max: 6

Hand Building With Clay
Class Fee: $50.00 Instructor: Dan Purdy Students will make a plate, bowl, and cup using slab, coil, and pre-built forms as construction techniques. Basic pottery design and vocabulary will be covered, preparing student for more advanced classes. Class fee includes 25 pounds of clay—additional clay may be purchased for $10/25 lbs. Ages: 9—16 Class Date: July 10—31 from 1 to 3:30 pm (Tuesdays for 4 weeks) Minimum students: 3 Maximum: 12

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Introduction to Drawing I
Class Fee: $ 35.00 plus Supply List Instructor: Kate Allred Learn basic drawing skills using a variety of media including pencils, charcoal, oil pastels, and colored pencils. Projects include a self-portrait, still life, and landscape. Students will be expected to work on some assignments outside of class time. Students are welcome to bring something to snack on during class. No prior drawing experience needed! Ages: 9—12 Class Dates: Session 1: June 11, 13, 18 & 20 from 1 to 3 pm (Mondays and Wednesdays for 2 weeks) Session 2: July 9, 11, 16, & 18 from 12:30 to 2:30 (Mondays and Wednesdays for 2 weeks) Minimum students: 3 Maximum: 8

Funky Frames
Class Fee: $20.00 Supply Fee: $10.00 Instructor: Connie Nicholson Students will create four (4) fun and funky frames in two (2) class periods. They will make them with mosaic tile and glass, clay, paper and metal! Frames will be ready to hold a favorite picture when students leave or will make a great gift! Ages: 10—13 Class Date: June 2 and 9 from 9:30 to 11 am (Saturdays for 2 weeks) Minimum students: 4 Maximum: 10

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Advanced Drawing III
Class Fee: $ 35.00 plus Supply List Instructor: Kate Allred Students will learn advanced techniques and draw from a live model. Materials used include charcoal, oil pastels, and colored pencils. Students must have taken Kate’s Drawing I and II to enroll. Ages 9—12 Class Dates: June 11, 13, 18 & 20;3:30 to 5:30pm (Mondays and Wednesdays for 2 weeks) Minimum students: 3 Maximum: 8

Paint Possibilities and Tricks
Class Fee: $20.00 Supply Fee: $7.50 Instructor: Connie Nicholson Students will explore painting techniques and tricks for acrylic and watercolor! They will use those tricks to create a painting and mixed media collage. Ages: 8-11 Class Date: June 4—25 from 5:30 to 6:30pm (Mondays for 4 weeks) Minimum students: 3 Maximum: 10

Paper Mache Exploration
Class Fee: $ 45.00 Supply Fee: $ 5.00 plus a sketchbook Instructor: Kate Allred Ages 9—12 Students will learn paper mache techniques and will create a 3-D sculpture animal and a mask using modeling clay, newspaper, paste and paint. What could be more fun???? Class Dates: June 25—28 from 1 to 4:30 pm (four consecutive days) Minimum students: 4 Maximum: 7

Teens, Tweens, and Children
Introduction to Watercolor
Class Fee: $ 35.00 plus Supply List Instructor: Kate Allred Students will learn multiple watercolor techniques as well as some basic drawing skills. They will experiment with wash techniques, salt, and wax resist. Projects will include several paintings including a landscape. Students are welcome to bring something to snack on during class. No prior painting experience is needed! Ages 9—12 Class Dates: June 12, 14, 19 & 21 from 1 to 3 pm (Tuesdays and Thursdays for 2 weeks) Minimum students: 3 Maximum: 8

Intro to Linocut Printing
Class Fee: $ 20.00 Supply Fee: $ 15.00 Instructor: Kate Allred Students will learn how to create a block (like a large stamp) and will make many prints using different colors of ink. Some basic drawing skills are required. Ages 9—14 Class Date: July 12 from 12:30 to 5 pm (Thursday) Minimum students: 3 Maximum: 6 NOTE: Supply fee must be paid by July 5

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Children’s Ceramic Handbuilding
Class Fee: $ 35.00 Instructors: Eileen Johnson and Jacquie Wright This class will be an introduction to hand building with ceramic slabs. Projects will include construction of a lidded box, ornamental mushrooms for the garden, and a bird feeder. The class will demonstrate use of the slab roller, texturing clay, scoring and attachment of component parts, making coils for handles, and glazing. Ages 9—13 Class Date: June 13—July 11 from 6 to 8 pm (Wednesdays for 4 weeks—no class on July 4) Minimum students: 4 Maximum: 8

Introduction to Collage & Mixed Media
Class Fee: $ 35.00 plus Supply List Instructor: Kate Allred Students will learn how to combine multiple techniques (drawing, painting, stamping, etc.) to create collages and a journal. No prior drawing or painting experience is needed! Ages 9—12 Class Dates: June 12, 14, 19 & 21 from 3:30 to 5:30 pm (Tuesdays and Thursdays for 2 weeks) Minimum students: 3 Maximum: 8

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The Painted Shoe
Class Fee: $ 20.00 Supply Fee: $ 5.00 plus a pair of white canvas shoes that fit and assorted Sharpie permanent markers/pens. Instructor: Kate Allred Have you ever wanted to paint something other than paper? Well, now is your chance to paint artwork you can display everywhere! Students will learn basic drawing and design techniques as they decorate canvas shoes using Sharpies and fabric markers. Ages 9—14 Class Date: July 10 from 1 to 5 pm (Tuesday) Minimum students: 3 Maximum: 8

Summer Creative Crafts for Kids
Class Fee: $ 20.00 Instructor: Rania Basyouni Students will learn how to make several different craft items during this class while having a great time at Multi Arts Center. Parents can have the afternoon free while the kids have a great time learning new arts and crafts! Projects include Pom Poms and Decorations, Egg Shells Growing Hair, The Recycled Barn, Tissue Box Monsters, and Masquerade Farewell Party! Ages 5—7 Class Date: June 9—July 7 from 1 to 4 pm (Saturdays for 5 weeks) Minimum students: 3 Maximum: 10

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Ceramic Sculpting for Kids
Class Fee: $ 45.00 Instructors: Nathan Rice This class allows the young artist to explore ceramic sculpting. Both functional and sculptural work will be created. After learning the basics of clay construction the kids are allowed to create as they please with the guidance of the instructor to insure their projects can be completed in a fun and safe manner. Ages 8—15 Class Date: June 2—July 7 from 10 to noon (Saturdays for 6 weeks) Minimum students: 4 Maximum: 8

Self Portrait for the Young Sculptor
Class Fee: $60.00 Instructor: Lou Hale Students will complete a life-size self portrait and have the pieces fired. Lou Hale is an award winning sculptor who creates portraits in terra cotta and bronze. Known for her ability to project a likeness, her subjects range from infants to centenarians, in full round or relief. Class dates: June 12—July 17 from 1:30 to 3:30 (Tuesdays for 6 weeks) Ages: 12 and up Minimum students: 4 Maximum: 8

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Multi Art Center’s Summer Art Camp is a fun and creative way to spend the summer! At Summer Art Camp, campers will learn to use a variety of different art mediums including clay, paints, plus other two and three-dimensional media. Campers will also get artsy cooking in the kitchen! Campers have a daily break to enjoy a healthy snack and some fun and games. A special exhibit highlighting the art of every camper will be held in the gallery in August. All sessions are two weeks long and meet Monday through Thursday from 8:30 am until12 noon. There is no camp on Fridays. The cost is $130 per session. Session #1 June 4th — June14th Ages: 5 & 6 year olds who have not completed the 1st grade. Session #2 June 4th — June 14th Grades: 1st & 2nd — Children who completed the grade in 2012. Session #3 June 18th — June28th Ages: 5 & 6 year olds who have not completed the 1st grade. Session #4 June 18th — June28th Grades: 3rd & 4th— Children who completed the grade in 2012. Session #5 July 9th — July 19th Grades: 1st & 2nd — Children who completed the grade in 2012. Session #6 July 9th— July 19th Ages: 5 & 6 year olds who have not completed the 1st grade. Session #7 July 23rd — August 2nd Grades: 3rd & 4th — Children who completed the grade in 2012. Session #8 July 23rd — August 2nd Grades: 5ththru 7th — Children who completed the grade in 2012.

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Enrollment Begins April 23 at 9:00 am!
Special thanks go out to the Stillwater Arts and Humanities Council for their generous support of the summer art camp and Multi Arts Center!

Friends of Multi Arts Center, Inc., and the City of Stillwater have entered into a unique partnership. The City provides the facility and the Friends group provides the staffing, creativity, and energy to keep this unique facility open to the public. We invite you to join us in making this Your Community Arts Center! You can help in several ways including • Joining Friends of Multi Arts Center, Inc. – information about the organization and how to join can be found on our website under the Friends of Multi Arts tab. • Volunteer at Multi Arts Center – we are forming a dynamic group of volunteers who can assist with classes, camps, cleaning, lawn care, answering phones, attending the front desk, and more! Come by the art center to volunteer so we can make Multi Arts Center the place to be in Stillwater. • Donate or help secure grant monies – Friends of Multi Arts Center, Inc. is incorporated as a not-for-profit entity and has filed for 501 (c) 3 status. In order to provide the best programming, access, exhibits, services, and more, we need monetary support through grants, donations, and sponsorships. If you can assist in these ways, please contact director Bill Miller or a Friends board member. • Teach a class – we will be looking for class proposals for the fall schedule in July, so think about what you might teach! From painting and drawing to cooking and sculpture, we want to offer fun, informational class in all areas of the arts!

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Multi Arts Center hosted a “Meet the Artist” event for Haitian Artist Kevens Prevaris on April 12. Guests joined Kevens painting the canvas and the results were awesome! Shown here are Kevens, some of the guests who contributed to the painting, and the end result! Come by Multi Arts Center to see this awesome artwork!

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