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Monday, April 6 - Friday, April 10, 10:00 am - 12:00 pm Ages 5 - 7: 12:30 - 2:30 pm Let your child's imagination run wild while they learn a variety of pottery techniques. All pieces are created and glazed by your young artist under the guidance of a certified, experienced instructor. This week does not feature wheel techniques and is designed for the younger artist. Ages 8-12: 10:00 am - 12:00 pm In this specialized week-long workshop, students learn…Find out more »
Monday, April 6 - Friday, April 10 Ages 5 - 7: 10:00 am - 12:00 pm Ages 8 - 12: 12:30 - 2:30 pm Young artists experiment with color and texture through drawing and painting, as well as sculpture, and will be encouraged to develop their own approach while exploring a different medium each day (acrylics, pencil, watercolor, charcoal, and more). With hands-on instruction by our teaching artist, students will explore concepts such as composition and color, as well as…Find out more »
The first book in this series is "Crash Out," by David Goewey. It tells the true tale of a hell’s kitchen kid & the bloodiest escape in Sing Sing History. The event is facilitated by retired Ossining Police Captain, Scott Craven. Copies of the book can be found behind the Information Desk. Free Event Second floor Conference Room.Find out more »
Artist, educator, and bird lover extraordinaire Susie Buckley invites you to craft your own outdoor wreaths, full of the flora that birds love and need to make their nests! Come help our bird friends get ready for Spring in this nature-themed workshop.Find out more »
Enjoy 1-hour sessions of healing yoga with certified Positive Psychology Coach and Yoga teacher, Helena Svedin. “The highest form of spiritual practice is self-observation without judgment” Swami Kripalu Yoga is about controlling the thought waves in the mind. The mind is like an ever-flowing river, filled with rocks and bumps. The purpose of yoga is to train the mind to step out of the river and help break the mind’s cycle of happiness followed by pain and suffering. In order…Find out more »
Wednesday, April 15th at 7:00 p.m. Come to this free educational presentation and learn how we can all "Coexist with Coyotes - Discussing the importance of coyotes in suburban ecosystems and how we can best coexist." Please join Dana Goin, Wildlife Outreach Specialist of the Wolf Conservation Center, for a talk covering the history and ecology of eastern coyotes, and how we can best coexist with these clever canids. For more information on the Wolf Conversation Center, please visit www.nywolf.org.…Find out more »
April 16 & 17, 10:00 am - 3:00 pm Ages 21 & up In this two-day workshop, students will learn to create an "alla prima" Oil Still life painting. Using a step-by-step approach, participants will paint a study of an individual still life using a direct painting method. Pat will guide each student with in-depth personal critiques through each stage of the process from creating a strong design with careful drawing, to color mixing, modeling form and finishing details. Objects…Find out more »
Meet at The Rye Arts Center at 10:30 am and transportation will be provided to the tour. Depart for Rye by 3:00 pm. Faurschou New York is Brooklyn’s newest art institution to enter the scene in late 2019 to resounding acclaim. Part of the trend of a private collector to showcase personal collections, The Faurschou was established to champion artists and foster cross-cultural dialogue. The newly converted exhibit warehouse features about 12,000 square feet of exhibition space in a converted…Find out more »
Grab a glass of wine and join us in exploring the basics of drawing the figure in a relaxing and low-key environment. Draw inspiration from a live nude model and experiment with a variety of provided materials such as charcoal, oil pastel and graphite sticks. Feel free to bring your own materials; no prior drawing experience necessary!Find out more »
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