October Workshops Open For Registration!
David Williams Gallery Talk
Saturday, October 8, from 6pm-8pm
Join David Williams of the Morean Arts Center’s exhibit, David Williams: I Wish You Could Hear What I’m Thinking for a gallery talk. Williams is known for his paintings appropriating images from magazines, advertisements, and other bits of pop culture.
2-Day Workshop; Saturday, October 8, from 10am-4pm & Sunday, October 9, from 12:30pm-4:30pm
An intro to the basic concepts utilized in digital drawing and painting.
2-Day Workshop; Saturday & Sunday, October 22-23, from 10am-5pm
Delve into the world of metal beads. We will be incorporating texture and surface embellishments to make these small sculptures into focal beads or sets for bracelets, earrings and chains.
2-Day Workshop; Saturday & Sunday, October 8-9, from 9:30am-4:30pm
Jump into the studio in this 2-day workshop that will give the core principles of studio portraiture and then take it to defining that next level of creativity.
1-Day Workshop; Saturday, October 29, from 9:30am-4pm
The two most popular Smartphone Applications are broken down to basics in this fun 1-day workshop.
Bring your fully charged phone and your charger. Let go and have fun!
1-Day Art Camp for Kids; Wednesday, October 12, from 9am-3pm
It’s teacher training day at Pinellas County Schools and there is NO SCHOOL for kids.
Bring them to the Morean for a 1-day Art Camp! Ages 5-10.
Mixed Zen Journaling with Olivia Thornton
Friday, October, from 6pm-8pm OR Friday, October 28, from 6pm-8pm
We will begin with watercolor paint and then use different media to create a personally meaningful piece of artwork that is unique to each artist! Workshop fee includes all necessary supplies (paint, paper, brushes, palette + more!) as well as your first journaling project!
Upcoming Clay Workshop:
Friday & Saturday, November 11-12, from 10am-5pm
Spots are still available in Sue Tirrell’s 2-day, hands-on demonstration and workshop. Sue will be demonstrating the making and decorating techniques she uses to create her colorful, animal-centric porcelain pottery