Artist Night: Memory
PCCA hosts a screening of the Art21 Access Artists in the Twenty-First Century Episode: Memory. Guests will explore the creative processes and ideas behind some of today's most thought-provoking artists. There will be time for discussion and art sharing after the video.
Registration encouraged by March 7.
Weaving a Cracker Basket
Students will learn how to weave a cracker basket perfect for using at your next get-together or presenting as a host/hostess gift.
Ages 15 & up. Space is limited to 6 students. Instructed by Teena Beutel.
Cost: $40, or $36 for PCCA members.
Registration encouraged by March 19.
Metalsmithing with Aluminum
Students will learn how to hammer, texture, saw and file aluminum to create jewelry, bookmarks, letter openers and more!
Ages 15 & up. Instructed by Laurie Cooper.
Cost: $50, or $45 for PCCA members.
Registration encouraged by March 26.
Design & Sew a Decorative Pillow
Spruce up your décor with a truly unique decorative pillow. Experiment with colors, textures, designs and sewing techniques to add a new focal point to your room. Students will create a 16” pillow cover. Please bring any elements you would like to incorporate into your design.
Ages 16 & up. Instructed by Janet Kipp.
List of supplies coming soon.
Cost to be determined.
Registration encouraged by April 16.
A Novel Idea
Beginning in May, PCCA will host monthly workshops to aid writers toward the completion of their very own novel draft. This is a year-long project and will commence in April of 2015.
Cost: $30 per session or $250 in advance for 12 sessions
$100 non-refundable deposit guarantees registration. Complete payment due April 26.
Visit the website for complete schedule
Artist Night: Community Arts Projects
Learn about ways to get involved in your community through the arts, as well as necessary information about funding your ideas. Sam Price of Community Partnerships RC&D walks artists through the steps on how to apply for a Pennsylvania Partners in the Arts grant. Folklife and Traditional Arts Specialist Molly Bolick will be on hand to discuss the role of folk arts in the region and how to apply for an Apprentice in Traditional Folk Arts grant.
Registration encouraged by May 9.
PCCA offers a variety of classes and workshops including jewelry making, acrylic & watercolor painting, pysanky and dance. Great for a day out with friends or for your own personal artistic enrichment. Upcoming classes will be listed here as they become available.