- Jan. 28, 2016
-- Art classes for all ages and skill levels have returned to the Hardesty Arts Center for the Spring 2016 semester. Area residents are invited to explore their creativity through engaging with art experiences such as abstract painting, fine embroidery, darkroom photography, screen-printing, woodworking, and more. Classes range in price and time commitment, and most include materials. A full list is available at www.AHHAtulsa.org/
A new educational feature open to the public is Open Studio Hours. After mastering the basics in an introductory class, students can now work independently to create their own projects in the darkroom, printmaking studio, and woodshop. Open Studio Hours provide artists and students access to the Hardesty Arts Center’s studios and equipment. Participants must be capable of working independently, but a professional teaching artist will be on hand to offer guidance and answer questions. Open Studio Hours are $5 per hour, and members receive a set number of hours based on their membership level. More information is available at www.AHHAtulsa.org/education/open-studio-hours
The Arts & Humanities Council of Tulsa’s mission is to cultivate a more creative Tulsa through advocacy, education, and innovative partnerships, which contribute to the quality of life and economic vitality of the greater community. To learn more about the Arts & Humanities Council of Tulsa and its programs in the community, visit www.AHHAtulsa.org
or contact 918-584-3333.