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Ends September 5th


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.

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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.


Glass Pumpkins & Harvest Artwork

This harvest themed weekend at the Schack Art Center features a glass pumpkin patch, glassblowing demonstrations, pumpkin carving demonstrations, and "Make It Now" pumpkin classes in the hot shop. ADMISSION IS FREE!

Save 10% on classes now

Used code EARLYFALL10

Save 10% on registration fees on any class when you use the code EARLYFALL10 by September 9, 2016.

Note: Discount does not apply to Make it Now glassblowing sessions.

Pints & Pumpkins

Thursday, Sept. 22, 5-9pm

Wet your whistle with a pint from Scuttlebutt or Lazy Boy Brewing while enjoying delicious bites by Lombardi's Italian Restaurant, and listening to live music from Ebb, Slack, and Flood in the glass pumpkin patch. Demonstrating artists in the hot shop will be announced soon!

Silkscreen Printmaking

Sundays Sept. 11 - Oct. 2, 12-4pm

This course will cover the low-tech "old school" printmaking methods using painted block-out on the screen mesh, and easily made stencils from paper.  This method allows for full color editions of art prints, greeting cards, posters, etc.  This class is not geared for t-shirt printing or sign making, but is directed at students wanting to make hand-made art prints.

Students will learn stencil making, color mixing, and printing using a squeegee and water based screen inks.


Fees: $170 Members, $180 Non-Members, $20 Supply Fee, Supply List

Recipient of the State of Washington Governor's Award for Outstanding Arts Organization