Date: Thursdays, January 11th – February 29th
Time: 10:00 AM – 1:00 PM
Total Sessions: 8
Instructor: Melisse Herman
Location: Room 208, Print Studio
Ages: Adults, 18+
Skill Level: Intermediate
Sliding Scale: $190 / $275 / $350
Financial Aid Available – Apply Here
This class is part of our Winter Trimester that opens for Registration December 8th. SCC Members receive early registration starting December 6th.
About the class
You have a basic understanding of how to use paint and you are beginning to grasp ideas around color. What is next? This class will expand your knowledge of color theory, and ways to approach different subjects in a variety of ways. You will be challenging your ideas about shape and value. Bring your paint, brushes, curiosity, and let’s have some fun with painting. This class is suitable for those with some experience in acrylic or oil painting.
Please view the supply list to learn what materials to bring to class. If you would like to take this class but find the cost of the paint is prohibitive, you can arrange to use shared materials by sending an email at least one week before the start of class to email@example.com.
Please see the supply list here to learn what materials are needed for this class. If the cost of materials would preclude you from taking this class you can arrange to use studio materials by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org at least one week prior to the class meeting.
When you register for a class, you’ll be offered three price tiers. The middle tier comes closest to what our registration fees used to be, and covers about 50% of the full cost of your participation in the class – with the other 50% covered by community donations. The first tier creates accessibility for people with limited income, while the third tier covers the full cost of participation – so that we can use community donations to support other people’s registration costs. When you choose to register at the third tier, you directly help support the Center’s efforts to remove financial barriers for others.
The Sonoma Community Center (the Center) strives to create an inclusive, safe community where everyone is treated with dignity and respect. The Center is committed to creating such an environment because it brings out the fullest potential in each of us, which, in turn, contributes directly to creating a community of belonging. In order to ensure a positive, safe, and welcoming experience for everyone, all program participants are asked to abide by the following policies, community agreements, and restorative safety protocol.
About the instructor
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