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Metalworking I

at Pratt Institute - Clinton Hill
200 Willoughby Ave, Brooklyn, New York 11205

Explore metalworking as an art form and examine the techniques of welding, brazing, soldering, bending, cutting, forging, and drilling. Create and construct a small sculpture by the culmination of class. Q&A Q: Can I make up a class if I miss one? A: No, there are unfortunately no makeups for this class. If you need to miss a class, the...

Free Info Session

10 sessions

Thursday May 17th, 6pm

Introduction to Drawing (5 Sessions)

at Trestle Workshops - Greenwood
850 3rd Ave 4th Fl Ste 411, Brooklyn, New York 11232

This class will cover fundamental aspects of the visual language of drawing including perspective, charcoal tonal drawing, mark making (line, hatching, cross-hatching, etc), still-life, portraiture, figure drawing with the live model and much more. Behind many great works of art, abstraction or realism, lies a strong drawing. Drawing is the bridge...


5 sessions

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Art Shuffle (Adults)

at One River School - Englewood
49 N Dean St, Englewood, New Jersey 07631

Adult Art Shuffle is truly unique –  students of all levels work in a small group setting exploring the medium and subject matter of their choice. Students work directly with instructors to select projects that meet their skill level and interest. We work with you to build your “Personal Art Plan” that creates a sequence of projects...


4 sessions

Focus on Making (Grades K-2)

at One River School - Englewood
49 N Dean St, Englewood, New Jersey 07631

Students engage in art making through creative tactile projects that stimulate imagination and help develop important artistic techniques in a fun classroom environment. Our project-based approach allows students to explore a variety of sculptural media and subject matter. Projects explore a variety of three dimensional media – clay sculpture,...


4 sessions

Glass Casting

at Brooklyn Glass - Gowanus
142 13th St, Brooklyn, New York 11215

In this 5 hour introductory course students will be learning to use glass as a molten material to fill molds made with sand, exploring the near limitless possibilities of glass in its fluid state. We will be using our hands and a variety of tools to construct a negative space in which glass can be poured into. This style of working results in beautifully...

Pleased to Meet Hue

at Brooklyn Glass - Gowanus
142 13th St, Brooklyn, New York 11215

In this 8 week course taught by artists Dana Caputo and Kate Hush, students will first learn the basic skills needed to work with glass tubing, leading to an emphasized focus on abstract sculpture, color, and silhouette. Gone are the letters and figures of traditional neon signage, instead the spotlight will be put on the creation of viscous forms...


8 sessions

Tuesday May 8th, 6pm

Handbuilding and Wheel (Beginner/Intermediate)

at 92nd Street Y - Upper East Side
1395 Lexington Ave, New York, New York 10128

Play in the mud and discover the joy of working with your hands! Learn the fundamentals of ceramics and pottery in one of the best equipped studios in NYC. Study with expert teachers and learn the fundamentals of handbuilding and wheel techniques. Join our beginners’ classes for an introduction to the fundamentals of handbuilding techniques —...


10 sessions

Wednesday May 2nd, 9am

Bushwick Brooklyn Gallery Tour

at New York Gallery Tours - Bushwick
260 Johnson Ave., Brooklyn, New York 11206

It's the RAREST tour we lead, in New York's newest important art neighborhood with 50 galleries and mostly emerging artists. You'll see painting, sculpture, electronic media and photography. Our director, with a Ph.D. in arts education, visits all current exhibits and selects the 7 most extraordinary. At each stop there will be an explanation of the...

Saturday May 5th, 3pm

After Workshop: Advanced Pompom Techniques

at Textile Arts Center - Greenwich Village
26 W 8th St, New York, New York 10011

In this class, deepen your craft in pompoms and tassels! Learn how to create patterns in your pompoms, trim them into different shapes, and embellish your projects. Explore different tools, colors, sizes and materials. Take your soft sculptures to the next level! Previous pompom experience is not necessary— all levels are welcome! The After Workshops...


Thursday May 24th, 6:30pm

Ikebana: A Comprehensive Approach

at New York Botanical Garden - NYBG Bronx
2900 Southern Blvd, Bronx, New York 10458

This ancient Japanese art form seeks to create a living sculpture that transcends the beauty of nature. More than merely arranging flowers, ikebana often emphasizes other areas of the plant, such as its stems and leaves, focusing on shape, line, harmony and balance.  Instructor Junko Miura, one of New York's most acclaimed floral artists...


3 sessions

Thursday Jun 7th, 11am

Human Anatomy: Constructing an Ecorché

at New York Academy of Art - TriBeCa
111 Franklin St, New York, New York 10013

Students will learn the anatomy and structure of the human figure by constructing an ecorché (anatomical figure). Each student will build a skeleton from plasteline on a specially designed 24” armature (supplies included in the materials fee) then add, region by region, the muscles, tendons and other structures. This three dimensional approach to...


10 sessions

Thursday May 31st, 6:30pm

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Scientific Glassblowing Processes for the Artist

at UrbanGlass - Fort Greene
647 Fulton St, Brooklyn, New York 11217

This workshop focuses on skills and thought processes used while fabricating scientific glass apparatus and the possibilities these abilities lead to. We begin with basics including bending tubing, side seals, wrapping coils/spirals, ring seals and adding glass plates to increase scale.  Introducing gases such as argon and neon to the hollow...


5 sessions

Monday Jul 9th, 6pm

With Flying Colors

at UrbanGlass - Fort Greene
647 Fulton St, Brooklyn, New York 11217

This class will explore the broad possibilities of color application in borosilicate glass. We will cover an array of color techniques that can be applied to almost anything you would want to make, including figurative sculpture, pendants, and more. Demonstrations will include raking and feathering, implosions, “galaxy technique”, twisty cane,...


2 sessions

Saturday Jun 16th, 10am

Beginner's Drawing at the MET

at The Art Studio NY - Upper West Side
145 W 96th St Ste #1B, New York, New York 10025

Escape the everyday and embrace your inner-artist in this inspiring drawing class. Everyone can draw, including you. Enjoy the beauty and inspiration of New York City's Metropolitan Museum of Art as you: Receive tailor-made, encouraging one-on-one expert art instruction in drawing Are inspired by the MET museum’s life-size sculptures, master...


6 sessions

Tuesday Jul 10th, 11am

Teen Summer Program: Flameworking & Neon Bending

at Brooklyn Glass - Gowanus
142 13th St, Brooklyn, New York 11215

Teens ages 13-18 will take over in these intensive summer classes! This one or two week summer program introduces the students to the science and art of glass working with the guidance of our highly knowledgeable teachers. This will give students a hands-on experience of learning the many facets of glass in one of the top studios of New York City....


5 sessions