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Wire Sculpture

Age 9–11

Thinking like a sculptor students will wind, twist, weave, and knot wire to make imaginative creations.

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Fun with Frida

Age 6–8

Study Frida's paintings, especially her self-portraits, as inspiration for your own artwork. Use a variety of materials to create works that express personal and unique life experiences.

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Sea World

Age 6–8

Paint, draw, and sculpt with inspiration from our watery friends of the deep.

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Wild Things

Age 6–8

Create your own ''wild things'' and expand your skills in clay, paint, collage, and more!

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Digital Drawing and Painting for Teens

Ages 14-18

Develop your drawing and painting skills digitally with free phone or tablet applications.

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Exploring Great Women Artists

Adults

Explore the basics of 2D art through guided exercises based on artworks by great women artists...

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Jumpstart Your Abstract Painting

Adults

Begin your exploration of abstract painting!

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Magnificent Acrylics

Adults

Enjoy the brilliant colors of fast-drying acrylics and learn to build layers of textures and washes in landscape, still life, and abstract painting.

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Drawing I: Short Form

Adults

Practice a new drawing medium in each session and enjoy drawing success from the very first class. Refine your technique in a supportive environment for beginners.

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Drawing I: Long Form

Adults

Learn about line, value, perspective, and composition as you begin to draw and then improve your skills through quick sketches and completed drawings...

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Jumpstart Your Painting

Adults

Absolute beginners or those with rusty skills will discover, strengthen, and hone painting skills during an enjoyable weekend.

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Painting I: Short Form

Adults

Discover, sharpen, and strengthen your skills to approach painting with confidence. Understand oil and acrylic paint and develop a foundation for future work.

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Painting I: Long Form

Adults

Beginners or those with minimal experience learn different ways to start paintings, use paint as a wash or with texture, and practice old master techniques.

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Design and Composition

Adults

Develop basic design skills for artistic and commercial applications through a variety of student projects, lectures, and demonstrations.

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Watercolor Basics and Beyond

Adults

Beginners are introduced to the watercolor medium while intermediate-level students advance technique and skills through practice and critiques...

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Landscape to Abstract

Adults

Break away from traditional landscape painting and explore color, shape, and brushwork in a new class that explores the connection between landscape forms and abstract painting.

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Children’s Book Illustration

Adults

All levels are welcome in this information-packed class taught by a national award–winning children’s book author and illustrator.

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En Plein Air: Waterscapes

Adults

Come outside and paint Austin’s waterways “en plein air”

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Photography I

Adults

Learn complete manual control of a camera. While using a digital SLR is essential, you will subsequently be able to pick up any camera and make a manual exposure.

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Art ABCs

Age 4–5

Enhance your child’s innate creativity! Young artists learn to think creatively and shape ideas into art they can see, touch, and know.

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Beautiful Bugs

Age 4–5

Creative young artist-scientists will observe and re-create the beauty and color found in nature, especially insects, learning how art and biology intersect.

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Fabulous Fish

Age 4–5

Children learn to paint, draw, and sculpt fish and other underwater creatures and plants while exploring basic art vocabulary.

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Drawing Basics and Beyond

Age 6–8

Venture into real and imaginary worlds with the stroke of a marker, the rub of charcoal, and the glide of pastels.

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Painting Basics and Beyond

Age 6–8

Create realistic paintings and express your artistic spirit in both bold and delicate colors using skillful brushstrokes.

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Spectacular Sculpture

Age 6–8

Invent amazing and fanciful creatures and characters in 3-D! Using the basic elements of sculpture (shape, color, scale, and texture), your work will seem to come alive!

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Outer Space Art

Age 6–8

Create playful and dramatic out-of-this-world art from another universe by drawing, painting, and sculpting aliens, robots, and other imaginary life-forms!

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Cartooning

Age 9–11

Hone your drawing skills and turn doodled creations into terrific cartoon characters!

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Beyond Basic Drawing

Age 9–11

Venture into real and imaginary worlds with the stroke of a marker, a piece of charcoal, and pastels while learning more advanced design and drawing skills.

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Beyond Basic Painting

Age 9–11

Set up a palette, blend brilliant colors, and use different types of brushes. Create volume with light and make shadows in a still life, paint a landscape, and more..

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Digital Drawing and Painting

Age 9–11

Develop your drawing and painting skills digitally with free phone or tablet applications.

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Explorations in Abstract Art

Ages 12-14

Use a variety of media including watercolor, acrylics, oil pastels, and chalk pastels to produce an exciting array of two-dimensional abstract art.

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Digital Photo and Photoshop

Age 9–11

Learn to capture images, then explore the creative possibilities in Photoshop to bring out your vision as an artist.

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Digital Photo and Photoshop

Ages 12-14

Learn to capture images, then explore the creative possibilities in Photoshop to bring out your vision as an artist.

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Claymation

Ages 12-14

Make your own clay cartoon, then create a movie set and animate a mini-movie with your creature as the star!

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Claymation

Age 9–11

Make your own clay cartoon, then create a movie set and animate a mini-movie with your creature as the star. Discover secrets and tricks to make…

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Art Around the World

Age 6–8

Children travel the world while learning about the art of other cultures. We’ll explore Hopi sculpture, Japanese origami, Australian Aboriginal painting, and ancient Egyptian masks.

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Art Around the World

Age 9–11

Children travel the world while learning about the art of other cultures. We’ll explore Hopi sculpture, Japanese origami, Australian Aboriginal painting, and ancient Egyptian masks.

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Spectacular Sculpture

Ages 12-14

Invent amazing and fanciful creatures and characters in 3-D! Using the basic elements of sculpture (shape, color, scale, and texture), your work will seem to come alive!

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Level Up Your Painting

Adults

Expand your skills in fundamental painting methods!

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Cubist Collage

Adults

Explore the modern concept of collage through techniques employed by Picasso, Braque, and other Cubists.

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Painting I: Short Form—Extended

Adults

Further develop basic skills in this perfect follow-up to the introduction to painting received in Painting I: Short Form.

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Pointillism, Color, and the Eye

Adults

Pointillism is an offshoot of Impressionism in which the painting technique uses dots of color to achieve the forms.

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3-D Modeling for Teens

Ages 14-18

Learn how to create amazing designs, fantastic creatures, and artistic landscapes with 3-D modeling.

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Screen Printing for Teens

Ages 14-18

Ever wanted to print your own T-shirts, posters, or cards? Master the fundamentals of screen printing so you can experiment confidently!

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Intro to Woodworking

Ages 12-14

Get acquainted with basic woodworking techniques, machine and tool operation, and safe studio practices!

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3-D Modeling

Ages 12-14

Learn how to create amazing designs, fantastic creatures, and artistic landscapes with 3-D modeling.

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Meet the Masters: Contemporary Art

Age 9–11

Explore painting, sculpture, and more while drawing inspiration from the contemporary masters on view at Laguna Gloria!

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Nature Journaling in Watercolor at the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center

Adults

Let's get out of the studio and experience nature!

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Experimental Printmaking with Collage

Adults

Explore the fundamentals of relief printing through traditional printmaking tools and chine-collé.

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The Teapot

Adults

Learn the basics of making one of the most interesting forms in pottery: the teapot.

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Abstractions in Watercolor with Jan Heaton

Adults

Use watercolor to explore the development of abstract form from an observed reality in a free and spontaneous way.

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Painting Large

Adults

Learn how working large loosens up individual style and enables artists to make a powerful statement.

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Watercolor Basics and Beyond at the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center

Adults

Beginners are introduced to the watercolor medium while intermediate-level students advance technique and skills through practice and critiques...

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Personal Maps of the Imagination

Adults

Inspired by various artists that use "maps" in their work, create your own "map of the imagination" based on your experiences and fantasies.

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Continuing with Collage

Adults

Integrate book making, printmaking, and hand-painted papers into your collages!

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Intro to Art: 2-D

Adults

A hands-on tour of drawing, painting, watercolor, and collage, including foundational principles and language that can be used across disciplines.

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Animal Illustration

Adults

Create detailed drawings of animals using graphite, ink, and colored pencils, ideal mediums for rendering fur, feathers, and scales.

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Bird Illustration

Adults

Bird lovers! Learn to draw birds from your own photos or images from the internet. Teacher demos and handouts will help you observe and simplify...

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Botanical Illustration

Adults

Enjoy and examine the native plants in your own backyard/local parks and trails/(or florist) as your subjects.

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Colored Pencil Painting

Adults

Add color to your repertoire by drawing with colored pencils. Explore layering, burnishing, and dissolving the waxy pencil to create luminous works of art.

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Gesture, Volume, Giacometti

Adults

Explore a succession of techniques using instructor Katherine Amman’s four-step process: Gesture, Volume...

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Portrait Drawing

Adults

Expand your visual acumen through study of the proportions, contours, volumes, and details of the head and face.

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Life Drawing I

Adults

Absolute beginners use a variety of materials including charcoal and Conté crayon and employ basic principles of drawing while working from a live model.

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Life Drawing II

Adults

Perfect your ability to render the human figure and expand upon basic drawing skills, through a variety of different nude models and lengths of poses.

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Nature and Abstract Drawing

Adults

Learn how to create abstract drawings using natural forms as inspiration.

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Realism to Abstraction

Adults

Select an object as your subject for a series of small realistic pencil works—the starting point for large-scale drawings full of gesture, movement, space, and energy.

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Vacation Sketching

Adults

Total beginners and experienced students: make vivid landscapes and cityscapes in a vacation sketchbook to enhance trip memories.

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Drawing I: Short Form at the Wildflower Center

Adults

Practice a new drawing medium in each session and enjoy drawing success from the very first class.

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Botanical Illustration at the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center

Adults

Enhance drafting skills through drawing plant forms while exploring the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center.

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Nature Journaling in Watercolor

Adults

Let's get out of the studio and experience nature!

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Watercolor Basics at the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center

Adults

Beginners are introduced to the watercolor medium while intermediate-level students advance technique and skills through practice and critiques...

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20 Oil Techniques

Adults

Explore options, gain clarity on tools and techniques for both realistic and abstract styles, and learn practical skills and time-saving tips.

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Abstract Painting

Adults

Conquer a variety of abstract painting techniques, including abstracting real objects, intuitive painting, and gestural works.

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Advanced Image Composition

Adults

Join this finely tuned mixed media studio for those who wish to go deeper into the life and impact of the 2-D image.

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Botanical Painting Workshop

Adults

Learn how to render botanical subjects in a realistic manner. Explore the work of the Dutch masters of still life, impressionist florals, and contemporary…

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Color for Painters

Adults

Learn practical skills necessary to accomplish accurate color mixing with oil or acrylic, plus explore the color wheel and simple color theory!

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Figurative Abstraction Workshop

Adults

Learn a personal approach to figure painting with a grounding in canonical painters such as Matisse, Milton Avery, Picasso, de Kooning, and many more.

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Nature and Abstract Painting

Adults

Learn the basics of color theory and some new mixed media painting techniques while exploring the geometries, beauty, and surprises found in nature.

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Portrait Painting

Adults

Work from a live model or personal photographs to expand your skills through study of the proportions, contours, volumes, and details of the head and face.

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Toward Mastering Color

Adults

We’ll review Stephen Quiller’s color theories and make our compositions more dynamic in whichever painting medium you choose.

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Jumpstart Your Watercolor

Adults

Beginners and those needing a refresher course alike will gain insight into the wonderful medium of watercolor during an enjoyable, challenging weekend.

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Watercolor II

Adults

This workshop-style class picks up where Watercolor Basics and Beyond leaves off, featuring new exercises and demos that focus on value, pattern, and color.

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Representational Watercolor

Adults

Explore composition, form, value, and color mixing through painting objects in a realistic style.

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Getting Weird with Watercolor

Adults

Students will leave with a series of spontaneous and unique watercolor paintings.

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Watercolor Portraits

Adults

Learn how to approach portraiture in watercolor!

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Children's Book Illustration II

Adults

This part workshop, part self-paced drawing and painting lab is designed as a follow-up to our Children's Book Illustration course!

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Relief Printmaking: Woodcut and Linoleum

Adults

Learn to prepare blocks, draw, carve, and print while examining the history of relief printmaking with an emphasis on contemporary art.

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Screen Printing

Adults

Have you ever wanted to print your own T-shirts, posters, or cards? Master the fundamentals of screen printing so you can experiment confidently.

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Botanical Block Printmaking

Adults

Learn three approaches to drawing images of plants and flowers. Then, using your drawings, create color block prints.

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Gelatin Printing with a Gelli Plate

Adults

Create a variety of images using gelatin printing, a form of monoprinting in which a gelatin slab is used as a printing plate along with acrylic paints or water-soluble inks.

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Art Bikes

Adults, Ages 14-18

Customize your own “art bike” in this exciting workshop in collaboration with the Austin Yellow Bike Project!

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Beginning Metalworking

Adults

Learn the basics of manipulating and joining metal to create objects from simple tables to conceptual sculpture.

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Heat Forming

Adults

Bring the heat in this exciting class that combines MIG and oxy-acetylene welding with forging.

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Metals 2.0

Adults

Expand your skills, practice MIG (metal inert gas) welding techniques, and become more familiar with oxy-acetylene and hot form steel.

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Sculptural Welding

Adults

Learn the basics of welding and steel fabrication. Discover how to move from 2-D to 3-D, and create a small welded steel sculpture.

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Working with Wood and Metal

Adults

Fabricate a wood and metal project as you familiarize yourself with material attributes, proper tool usage, and shop safety while learning the basics of welding and woodworking.

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Beginning Ceramics

Adults

Using stoneware clay, gain a working knowledge of techniques such as slab construction, classic coil, pinched vessels, and throwing elemental wheel forms.

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Ceramics: Beginning and Beyond

Adults

Beginners cover the basics of hand building and wheel throwing, while experienced students build on previous lessons, refine techniques, and create vessels.

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Wheel Throwing and Beyond

Adults

Beginners will be introduced to basic shapes while experienced potters will expand skills and explore forms such as lidded jars and large objects.

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Wheel Throwing with Soda and Raku

Adults

Beginners and experienced students will enjoy this welcoming class. Learn the basics of centering, opening, and pulling clay on the potter’s wheel…

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Pots Off the Wheel: Hand Building Functional Pottery

Adults

Explore inventive hand-building techniques for making functional pottery in this fun and informative class.

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Smoke-Fired Primitive Pots

Adults

Learn how clay vessels have been built through history. Use basic forming techniques and add a personal touch to your work while exploring early clay forms.

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Sculptural Expressions with James Tisdale

Adults

Explore and realize your own visions. Focus on narrative work employing human and animal forms, and develop and execute your own visual vocabulary.

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Intermediate Ceramics: Wheel Throwing, Hand Building, and Glazing

Adults

Expand your understanding of stoneware or porcelain, under-glaze colors, and high-fire glazes.

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Cups and Tumblers: Hand Building with Slabs and Templates

Adults

Enjoy the creative pleasure of making functional pottery off the wheel! Create hand-built cups and tumblers by utilizing templates and thin clay slabs.

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Glazed and Confused

Adults

From understanding basic dipping and pouring to experimenting with fun and easy decorating techniques, students will learn to simplify glaze choices and gain versatility with a few favorites.

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Digital Photo and Lightroom I

Adults

Take better photographs and learn the best techniques in the revolutionary photo editing program Adobe Lightroom CC.

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iPhoneography Workshop

Adults

Explore the potential of the iPhone camera, including the best apps for creating artistic images and amazing examples of work by professional photographers.

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Weaving for Beginners

Adults

Learn the basics of making cloth on a loom. We will cover planning a project, choosing yarns, warping and setting up the loom, and weaving itself.

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Weaving: Beyond Basics

Adults

If you have some familiarity with weaving, this class will guide you through your own projects. Review materials and techniques, then tackle design and work independently.

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Ephemeral Art and Place

Adults

This class meets in different locations, where students are challenged to create work from whatever is at hand, cobbling together serendipitous sculptures in situ.

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Homeschool 3-D (ages 5-10)

Homeschool

Explore 3-D! Clay and other media are used to practice creating art in three dimensions while students learn about history’s notable sculptors.

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Homeschool Advancing Artists (ages 11–15)

Homeschool

Focus on art history of the 20th and 21st centuries while exploring formal elements and design principles and strengthening artistic skills.

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Homeschool Advancing Artists 3-D (ages 11–15)

Homeschool

Students will generate and conceptualize artistic ideas into 3-D forms while studying traditional and contemporary examples from art history.

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Homeschool I (ages 5-10)

Homeschool

Use a variety of mediums to take your artistic skills to a new level! Each class has a different theme: portraiture, still-life composition, figure drawing, capturing landscapes, and more.

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Bountiful Platters (ages 6-11 w/adult)

Parent & Child

Design and decorate a large, beautiful platter perfect for use during the holidays!

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Claymation

Age 6–8

Make your own clay cartoon, then create a movie set and animate a mini-movie with your creature as the star!

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Halloween Art (ages 6-11 w/adult)

Parent & Child

Create Picasso-esque witches, monster pop-up cards, and skeleton sculptures in this imaginative class, inspired by Halloween.

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Tots Making Pots

Age 4–5

Using ingredients from the kitchen, we’ll make our own clay to form brilliant creatures, and then move on to air-drying, oven hardening, and ceramic clay in the kiln.

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Whimsical Clay

Age 6–8

Boost your art confidence while exploring basic ceramic skills, building with rich clay materials, and using a variety of glazes.

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Cartooning

Age 6–8

Turn those doodled creations into terrific cartoon characters. Explore cartooning, craft your own cartoons, and practice lettering, perspective, timing, and expression.

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Wheel Throwing (ages 9–14)

Age 9–11, Ages 12-14

Use basic clay throwing techniques such as centering, pulling, and finishing to create one-of-a-kind works of art.

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Life Drawing for Teens

Ages 14-18

Advance your skills drawing the human form. Create drawings that incorporate movement, large structural relationships, proportions, and line.

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Color, Perception, and Painting

Adults

Learn about contemporary painters who explore perception through color theory, geometric abstraction, minimalism, and Op art!

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Cartoons and Comics

Adults

Hone your drawing skills as we explore the world of cartoons and comics!

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Artist Explorers

Age 4–5

Students will create maps, sketches, and watercolor paintings of birds, fish, and plants as they explore the ecology of Laguna Gloria and Mayfield Park next door!

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Working with Wood and Steel for Teens

Ages 14-18

Learn the basics of welding and woodworking. If your interest is to work with wood or metal or you just want to get comfortable using power tools, this course is for you!

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Clay Creatures

Age 6–8

Adventure into the amazing world of animals, including the jungle, zoo, and even imaginary realms, using clay forms.

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Mask Making

Age 6–8

Create clay molds of mask shapes (animals and fantasy characters), then cover them with nontoxic, biodegradable papier-mâché.

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Meet the Masters: Contemporary Art

Age 6–8

Explore painting, sculpture, and more while drawing inspiration from the contemporary masters on view at Laguna Gloria!

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Mexican Folk Art

Age 6–8

Journey to Mexico by creating a variety of folk art projects designed to expand your art skills!

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Secret Life of Junk

Age 6–8

Make sculpture by combining interesting found objects such as branches, broken toys, and plastic with traditional art supplies like pen, paper, and paint!

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Mosaics

Age 9–11

We’ll break tiles to decorate projects such as a flowerpot, small tabletop, wall hanging, or stepping stone. Imagine, design, glue, grout, and go!

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Paint, Draw, Sculpt Nature

Age 9–11

Paint, draw, and sculpt nature by creating bug sculptures, animal portraits, and landscape paintings of the history-laden land around your critters!

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Wonderful Weavers

Age 6–8

Learn to weave natural fibers and discover amazing colors, design patterns, and textures!

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Awesome Clay Sculptors

Age 9–11

Build strong foundations with clay to create a life-size 3-D sculpture of a favorite person, creature, or character!

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Wheel Throwing

Age 9–11

Use basic clay throwing techniques such as centering, pulling, and finishing. Learn to throw cylinders and turn them into one-of-a-kind works of art.

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Drawing: Beyond Basics

Ages 12-14

Venture into real and imaginary worlds with the stroke of a marker, a piece of charcoal, and pastels while learning more design and drawing skills.

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Painting: Beyond Basics

Ages 12-14

Set up a palette, blend brilliant colors, and use different types of brushes. Create volume with light and shadow in a still life.

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So Surreal

Ages 12-14

Enter the inventive and fabulous world of Surrealism—beyond realism—and use it as a springboard for creativity!

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Awesome Clay Sculptors

Ages 12-14

Build strong foundations with clay to create a life-size 3-D sculpture of a favorite person, creature, or character!

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Digital Drawing and Painting

Ages 12-14

Develop your drawing and painting skills digitally with free phone or tablet applications.

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Kinetic Sculpture

Ages 12-14

Explore, design, and construct fantastic kinetic (or moving) sculptures that look alive!

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Urban Photography

Ages 12-14

Explore the urban environment in and around downtown Austin and embark on a shooting adventure to a different destination each day.

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Beginning Metalworking for Teens

Ages 14-18

Learn the basics of welding and explore the possibilities of steel as more than an industrial material.

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Skyline Drawing from The Moody Rooftop

Ages 14-18

Working beneath the open-air, covered canopy of the Jones Center, students will use the immediacy of drawing to render views of the city.

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Urban Photography

Ages 14-18

Explore the urban environment in and around downtown Austin and embark on a shooting adventure to a different destination each day.

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Paint, Draw, Sculpt Nature

Age 6–8

Paint, draw, and sculpt nature by creating bug sculptures, animal portraits, and landscape paintings of the history-laden land around your critters!

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Wheel Throwing

Ages 12-14

Use basic clay throwing techniques such as centering, pulling, and finishing. Learn to throw cylinders and turn them into one-of-a-kind works of art!

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Painting 1.5

Adults

Expand your skills in fundamental painting methods. Instead of rushing into advanced theories and techniques, keep things simple and paced for comfort, ease, and comprehension...

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Summer Splash

Adults

Create dramatic compositions in watercolor inspired by...

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Wonderful Weavers

Age 9–11

Learn to weave natural fibers and discover amazing colors, design patterns, and textures!

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Screen Printing Workshop

Adults

Learn the building blocks of screen printing in this workshop-style version of our longer screen printing series.

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Exploring Hockney

Adults

Learn the artist’s distinctive style and create works based on his pool paintings, portraits, and landscapes.

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Abstract Painting 1.5

Adults

Through unusual subject matter and practicing new abstraction techniques, learn to perceive even realistic subjects abstractly.

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Dynamic Composition

Adults

Make your painting compositions more dynamic! Learn to use contrast, direction, the Golden Mean, color choices, and other elements and principles…

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Exploring Richard Diebenkorn

Adults

Learn how Richard Diebenkorn saw the world, mixed color, and applied paint to achieve brilliant works of art.

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Mixed Media Painting

Adults

Learn new techniques of combining materials to create unique works of art. Use 2-D media alongside 3-D reliefs and objects to express your point of view and experiences…

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Claymation (ages 6-11 w/adult)

Parent & Child

Bring a point-and-shoot camera or any device with a camera (iPhone/iPad) and learn to make your own movies from beginning to end.

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Classical Drawing and Painting (ages 9–14)

Age 9–11, Ages 12-14

Study drawing and painting, exploring form, color, perspective, texture, value, and composition using a realistic approach.

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Ceramics for Teens

Ages 14-18

Using earthenware clays, gain a working knowledge of techniques such as press molding, slab and-coil construction, and throwing cylinder and bowl forms.

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