Workshops and Talks 2019

ALL CLASSES ARE perfect for most ages and experience levels. Payment in full is required when registering for workshops. No refunds will be offered, should you not attend the workshop since the teacher will be sourcing materials for your class, which cost money. If we do have to cancel the workshop due to weather conditions, we will reschedule a time that works for all participants or offer a credit to attend another workshop.  TO REGISTER for any of the below workshops, please CALL 902-425-9456 OR EMAIL US at

Soft Pastel Workshop with Sharon Cave
12 people per class max*
Wednesday, November 6th, $50, 6pm-8pm, Taking place at the Museum of Natural History

Sharon will be teaching a pastel class on painting animals specifically “painting white animals without using white”Sharon will bring along her personal collection of soft pastels for you to work with in this workshop.  You will also get to experiment with some special velour paper specially designed for pastels and wonderfully soft, perfect for painting animals.

Creative Crash Course 
8 people per class max*
Tuesday, November 19th $65, 6:30-8:30pm

Prepare for a productive year ahead early and put your creative ideas in motion! Join Adriana Afford of Creative Curate and learn how to begin marketing and showcasing your art in a creative, professional and affordable way. The workshop will touch on various ways to engage  using popular social media channels to your advantage, and will also lead you through a series of questions to facilitate a lively brainstorming session of how to begin to reach your various creative goals. A one time personalized online follow-up with each participant will be included to see how those ideas are being implemented, tested and measured. 

*OddBOT Workshop with Kevin MacLean*

This workshop is great for all ages. Join artist Kevin MacLean and make something out of nothing!  This is a hands on make and take workshop in which participants will use reclaimed materials, hardware, wire, aluminum tape, foam and other objects to create a small sculpture of a robot. Kevin is a metal oddment artist who created sculptures, jewelry and strange inventions using reclaimed object and high tech junk. All supplies are included and no previous experience is necessary. Try something new this Fall!


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