Spring & Summer Workshops


Creative iPhone Photography | Peter Silvia

Available twice:

Saturday, April 14 from 10 am - 1 pm


Saturday, June 9 from 10 am - 1 pm

Learn to see creatively and feel more confident using your iPhone camera. Students will learn basic theory of composition, how to make better photos, editing and processing photos, and how to post to social media which will become a portfolio of artful images.

Museum Members: $75
Non-members: $100


Photography: Say Goodbye to Auto | Ronald Zincone
Thursday, April 12 | 6 - 9 pm

Students will learn to master their 35mm cameras and use as a tool for creating personal projects and visions.

Museum Members: $75
Non-members: $100


Sea Glass Windows | Jennifer Weeden Black
Saturday, June 2 from 10 am - 1 pm                

Students will learn how to transform traditional windowpanes into mixed media works of art as they create a “sea glass” window by combining off-the-beach sea glass onto intact-glass. Students are encouraged to bring their own glass nds from the beach and mix with instructor’s collection. A eld trip to Stanford White’s famous Tilton House (2 blocks from Art Museum) to view his glass bottle windows will be an inspirational highlight.

Museum Members: $60
Non-members: $70


Raku Workshop | Charlene Carpenzano
July 26, 1 - 5 pm with Raku Firing on August 9, 1 - 5 pm

Come join us and experience the power of fire.  In this three day workshop we will explore the ancient Japanese firing technique of Raku.  The workshop is for students with some clay experience; you can build, glaze and then Raku Fire a piece.  Firing happens on the Saturday of Wet Paint weekend, and students are encouraged to submit their piece to Wet Paint.

Museum Member:: $125
Non-member:: $140
Materials Fee: $30