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Process & Collaboration

This exhibition, from May 12 - September 5, 2016 at the Schack Art Center, comprehensively surveys Chuck Close's long involvement with the varied forms and processes of printmaking.

Register for an Art Class Today!

Learn something new or advance your skills at the largest art center in Snohomish County. New classes in painting, drawing, metalsmithing, printmaking, and lapidary for spring.

Kids Camp

Kids Acrylic Painting Camp

Mon, July 11 - Fri, July 15, 10am-12pm

Acrylics are one of the most versatile media ever invented! Bright, luminous colors, ease of use, and infinite techniques make acrylic painting a boundless, creative choice. Whether you are intrigued by acrylic's potential, or have worked in acrylic for years, this class has something for everyone!

All supplies included in registration.

Fees: Members $115 /Non-Members $120

Teen Camp

Art Journaling and Mixed Media Camp

Mon, July 11-Fri, July15, 1-3 pm

Art starters are provided to get your ideas flowing in this opportunity to experiment with ways to express yourself visually with various mixed media. We'll combine design and written expression that will be personally yours in a journal that can be bound in a variety of ways. You don't have to be an artist for this. Come have some fun with materials and ideas. Supply fee payable to instructor at first class.

Fees: $90 Members / $95 Non-Members / Supply Fee $15

Flame to Fuse: Flameworking Techniques to Enhance Glass Fusing

Sat, July 9, 10am-2pm & Sun, July 10, 10am-4:30pm

Students will learn to create small flameworked forms for use in larger glass fusings. We will use simple cane and small soft glass sculpting techniques to add dimension and complexity to flat panels. Students can expect to create two small experimental panels.

All Supplies Included

One previous Fusing Class recommended but not required.

Beginner/ Intermediate

Fees: $150 Members / $160 Non-Members / All Supplies Provided

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