Workshop Calendar

Five-Day Private Painting Workshops by Cathy Carey / August 5-9, 2013

Five-Day Private Painting Workshops by Cathy Carey / August 5-9, 2013

Five-Day Private Painting Workshops by Cathy Carey / August 5 – 9, 2013 Make your work more personal by controlling the language of color, creating focal points, and discovering your unique creative voice in this one-of-a-kind private painting workshop. Students will work on location, do studio work, and paint from photos to create a truly unique process of putting paint on paper. Testimonials: “The class covered more than the topics I expected. Having studied art so very long ago...

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Collected Images: Explore Santa Fe / August 1-5, 2013

Collected Images: Explore Santa Fe / August 1-5, 2013

Collected Images: Explore Santa Fe, August 1-5, 2013 Explore the vibrant and arts-rich city of Santa Fe! Bullseye is excited to offer a limited number of spaces in Collected Images: Explore Santa Fe, our first creative vacation package. This unique five-day experience combines the many pleasures of this historic city – a popular destination renowned for its world-class museums, galleries, entertainment, and food – with the chance to expand your creative horizons. You’ll soak up the...

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Intuitive Painting with Julie Claire / August 24, 2013

Intuitive Painting with Julie Claire / August 24, 2013

Intuitive Painting with Julie Claire / August 24, 2013 Intuitive painting will allow you to experience your life in the flow! We will be painting big, with colorful acrylics without any preconceptions or technical concerns. Inspired by selected poetry and music, we will see what happens when we get out of the way of our natural spontaneity and creative selves. You will be surprised at what you paint! No art experience necessary. Testimonial: “Julie Claire is a gifted guide who took me...

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Intuitive Painting with Julie Claire / August 30, 2013

Intuitive Painting with Julie Claire / August 30, 2013

Intuitive Painting with Julie Claire / August 30, 2013 Painting large scale using basic brushes and acrylic paints, the transformative experiences in this intuitive painting workshop help women and men find freedom from the inner critic, learn to trust their inner voice and renew their playful spirit. This happens in sacred space and invites a practice of letting go of the need to make something happen, the need to be in control. This is a great way to get creatively “unstuck” or...

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Food, Fitness, & Faith Children’s Camp / August 19-23, 2013

Food, Fitness, & Faith Children’s Camp / August 19-23, 2013

Food, Fitness, & Faith Children’s Camp / August 19-23, 2013 This summer, let your children soak in a fun-filled camp of Food, Fitness, & Faith! On August 23, we end with a picnic and fun times with parents. All Ages Welcome yoga • dance • music • rangolis (COLOR MANDALAS) • storytelling • cooking • mantra Our children live in a hurry-up world of busy parents, school pressures, incessant lessons, video games, malls, and competitive sports. We usually don’t think of these...

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Kiln-Glass Components for Jewelry and Wearables / August 22-25, 2013

Kiln-Glass Components for Jewelry and Wearables / August 22-25, 2013

Kiln-Glass Components for Jewelry and Wearables / August 22-25, 2013 Kiln-glass is frequently used in jewelry, but the emphasis is often on quantity rather than quality. In this class you will learn to distinguish your work through thoughtful design, careful studio practices, multiple firings, coldworking methods and, ultimately, good craftsmanship. Instruction will cover creating jewelry elements for a variety of forms, functions and styles. Samples of and discussions about using kilnformed...

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Free Artist Slide Lecture: Thaddeus Erdahl / August 14, 2013

Free Artist Slide Lecture: Thaddeus Erdahl / August 14, 2013

Free Artist Slide Lecture: Thaddeus Erdahl / August 14, 2013 Thaddeus Erdahl received his BFA from University of Northern Iowa, and MFA in Ceramics from the University of Florida, where he was a University of Florida Alumni Fellowship recipient. He was as an Artist-in-Resident at Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts, and briefly acted as their Program Manager. He recently completed a 5-month ceramics sabbatical replacement at the University of Northern Iowa, and was award a one month...

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Hip to be Square: Graphic Coasters / August 14, 2013

Hip to be Square: Graphic Coasters / August 14, 2013

Hip to be Square: Graphic Coasters, August 14, 2013 Create a set of landing pads for your favorite beverage. You’ll also learn about the powder printing technique, a screen printing method that uses dry glass powder to create images with rich textures and colors on glass. Working with a selection of Bullseye sheet glass colors and screens prepared with a wide range of images, you’ll make art you can drink on: four 4”-square glass coasters that your guests will want to steal. No...

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First Glass Fusing Class / August 17, 2013

First Glass Fusing Class /  August 17, 2013

First Glass Fusing Class /  August 17, 2013 In this 2.5-hour class, you will be introduced to many fundamental concepts related to creating glass objects in the kiln. You will make an 8″ x 8″ fused and slumped plate, enjoying a wide range of glasses to choose from. Plates will be fired after the workshop and available for pick-up a few days later. After completing this class, you will be eligible to continue working in Bullseye’s Open Studio sessions. No experience with glass...

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Free Artist Slide Lecture: Christa Assad / August 7, 2013

Free Artist Slide Lecture: Christa Assad / August 7, 2013

Free Artist Slide Lecture: Christa Assad, August 7, 2013 Based in the San Francisco Bay Area, Christa Assad is best known for her “Re-objectification Series”, teapots based on objects and buildings from American industry. A teacher, traveler and full-time ceramicist with an MFA from Indiana University, Assad’s work is in the permanent collections of The Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, The Ceramic Research Center at Arizona State University Museum, and The Penn State Fulbright Scholar...

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Photo Encaustic Workshop / August 19, 2013

Photo Encaustic Workshop / August 19, 2013

Photo Encaustic Workshop, August 19, 2013 Whether you use a smart phone, point-and-shoot or professional camera to take your photographs, you will enjoy using the ancient Encaustic process to enhance them. This fun-filled half day workshop will provide you with a variety of techniques you can use to apply layers of tinted beeswax to your images and turn them into creative works of art. Professional photographer and encaustic artist, Angel Wynn, will demonstrate a variety of processes. Each...

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Icon Writing with Father Richard Cannuli, OSA / July 29-August 3, 2013

Icon Writing with Father Richard Cannuli, OSA / July 29-August 3, 2013

Icon Writing with Father Richard Cannuli, OSA / July 29-August 3, 2013 Father Richard Cannuli, OSA, known world-wide as an iconographer and artist, will be teaching a workshop in icon writing for beginners and continuing icon students at the studio of Ground Dogs off Old Santa Fe Trail from July29-August 3 from 9:30-4:00. Details on our website. This is not about your artistic ability (none required!), it is about The Journey. A week writing an icon is a spiritual experience beyond compare! It...

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Encaustic Painting: Beyond Beginning, Going Large / August 12-16, 2013

Encaustic Painting: Beyond Beginning, Going Large / August 12-16, 2013

Encaustic Painting: Beyond Beginning, Going Large / August 12-16, 2013 Five Days: This is my most advanced workshop, and a unique opportunity for artists who are already working in encaustic to experience the joy of seeing there work on a larger scale, or to attempt any other expansion of their vision which they might like to pursue. We will address the special design and technical considerations involved in working on a larger scale, from sketch to finishing. Participants may work up to 36” x...

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Inspiring Resists and Mixed Media / August 7-9, 2013

Inspiring Resists and Mixed Media / August 7-9, 2013

Inspiring Resists and Mixed Media / August 7 – 9, 2013 Harness the power of negative space and the absence of color by masking areas of your work with a variety of media and acrylic. Rubber cement, marbles, acrylic polymers, plastic wrap, string, and tin foil are just some of the materials we’ll use to create unexpected marks, zones and shapes. Whatever your artistic style or media, you are sure to be inspired by the effects you create and the artistic choices masking affords....

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Back Roads of Northern New Mexico and Southern Colorado / August 15-17, 2013

Back Roads of Northern New Mexico and Southern Colorado / August 15-17, 2013

This 3 day Photo Tour takes us on “road less travelled” in northern New Mexico and just over the border in Colorado. We will visit long ago abandoned towns, still thriving small farming communities and views of the Rio Grande and the 14,000 foot peaks of the southern Rockies. Testimonial The four days I spent with Geraint made for the best photography workshop I’ve ever attended. He was generous with his time and even more giving with his knowledge. His patient, supportive...

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Tips and Techniques: Printed and Colored Plastic Bags Transfers with Mickey Bond

Tips and Techniques: Printed and Colored Plastic Bags Transfers with Mickey Bond

Tips and Techniques: Printed and Colored Plastic Bags Transfers with Mickey Bond The following technique is part of my workshop: Inspiring Resists and Mixed Media. Santa Fe, NM. There is so much plastic in our lives — not just clear plastic but colored plastic shopping bags galore. These printed plastic bags (the cheaper the better in this case) can create intriguing transfers of both color and print media. The process could not be simpler. Apply GAC 100 undiluted and without added paint...

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Tips and Techniques: Creating Transfers from Junk with Mickey Bond

Tips and Techniques: Creating Transfers from Junk with Mickey Bond

Tips and Techniques: Creating Transfers from Junk with Mickey Bond Junk Mail, colored plastic and paper bags. A lesson from my workshop: Inspiring Resists and Mixed Media.There is so much printed media in our lives as well as colored plastic. It’s fun to create transfers from what most people throw away and the process could not be simpler. Apply Golden GAC 100 to your painting surface and press media into it. You’ll only need 5-10 seconds for newsprint but plastic bag transfers...

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13th Annual Sax Stonecarving Workshop / August 10-16, 2013

13th Annual Sax Stonecarving Workshop / August 10-16, 2013

13th Annual Sax Stonecarving Workshop / June 22-28, 2013 This summer we will offer TWO 7-DAY intensive stonecarving workshops. Our workshops are open to all levels of experience – from beginner to professional. We welcome everyone – men, women, young, old. Participants of all levels enjoy one-on-one instruction in a supportive atmosphere and an unequalled opportunity to study with the best instructors in the field. Class tuition in the summer sessions includes one cubic foot of...

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Adobe Lightroom Intensive: Organizing and Enhancing Your Images with Santa Fe Photographic Workshops / Starts August 24, 2012

Adobe Lightroom Intensive: Organizing and Enhancing Your Images with Santa Fe Photographic Workshops / Starts August 24, 2012

Adobe Lightroom is an incredibly powerful tool for photographers of all levels. In this two-and-a-half day intensive you learn the ins-and-outs of proper Lightroom workflow to help you strengthen and streamline your photographic output. Instructor Will Van Beckum begins by explaining how Lightroom handles files, then takes us through importing and organizing image files from our cameras and hard drives. Lightroom’s powerful organizational tools make it possible to sort through thousands of...

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Talk: A VISUAL RETROSPECTIVE OF NEW MEXICO TAPESTRY WEAVERS with Robin Reider / August 24, 2012

Talk: A VISUAL RETROSPECTIVE OF NEW MEXICO TAPESTRY WEAVERS with Robin Reider / August 24, 2012

This talk features tapestries of Robin Reider and other leading tapestry artists from New Mexico during the past 30 years. Come see the wide variety of possibilities of tapestries that can be woven using geometric and asymmetrical shapes, moving from Rio Grande designs to unique interpretations of shapes into abstract and realistic pictorial tapestries. Travel through a plethora of color gradations and blends juxtaposed in subtle or brilliant shading techniques. These colors are obtained...

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“Feminism in the New Media Landscape” with author Courtney E. Martin / August 13, 2012

“Feminism in the New Media Landscape” with author Courtney E. Martin / August 13, 2012

In this workshop, feminist blogger and author Courtney E. Martin will explore with participants the new frontiers of feminist thought and action online. By exploring the feminist blogosphere and exciting efforts to harness its political potential, she will allow people with a wide range of online comfort and experience to enter into the conversation. Blogging has become the 21st century version of consciousness-raising, but beyond that, online organizing has become the new vehicle by which all...

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Monotype Printmaking Workshops & Private Classes with Sasha Linda Wasko / August 25 & 26, 2012

Monotype Printmaking Workshops & Private Classes with Sasha Linda Wasko / August 25 & 26, 2012

The workshop will cover the following techniques: multiple plate monotypes, stencils, calligraphs, viscosity monotypes, chine colle’, and mixed media. The class includes a discussion on various papers, inks, and tools for the monotype printing. Each person will explore their own creative visions while solving artistic and technical problems. Emphasis is given to helping each student develop a personal knowledge of the processes. The class gives each student the opportunity to pursue in depth a...

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Monotype Printmaking Workshops & Private Classes with Sasha Linda Wasko / August 18 & 19, 2012

Monotype Printmaking Workshops & Private Classes with Sasha Linda Wasko / August 18 & 19, 2012

The workshop will cover the following techniques: multiple plate monotypes, stencils, calligraphs, viscosity monotypes, chine colle’, and mixed media. The class includes a discussion on various papers, inks, and tools for the monotype printing. Each person will explore their own creative visions while solving artistic and technical problems. Emphasis is given to helping each student develop a personal knowledge of the processes. The class gives each student the opportunity to pursue in depth a...

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Monotype Printmaking Workshops & Private Classes with Sasha Linda Wasko / August 11 & 12, 18 & 19, 25 & 26, 2012

Monotype Printmaking Workshops & Private Classes with Sasha Linda Wasko / August 11 & 12, 18 & 19, 25 & 26, 2012

The workshop will cover the following techniques: multiple plate monotypes, stencils, calligraphs, viscosity monotypes, chine colle’, and mixed media. The class includes a discussion on various papers, inks, and tools for the monotype printing. Each person will explore their own creative visions while solving artistic and technical problems. Emphasis is given to helping each student develop a personal knowledge of the processes. The class gives each student the opportunity to pursue in depth a...

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More Doubleweave on Four with Jennifer Moore @ Espanola Valley Fiber Arts Center / Starts August 24, 2012

More Doubleweave on Four with Jennifer Moore @ Espanola Valley Fiber Arts Center / Starts August 24, 2012

Weavers: Here is your chance to take a class with a published weaving superstar! Learn exciting 4-shaft techniques created by changing the threading, the color patterns, or both. In this round robin workshop we will weave samples in four colors, four color block rotation, double blocks with layer exchange, tubular, folded log cabin, and overshot patterned doubleweave. Theory lessons will make clear how to draft with these techniques to create your own original designs. When: August 24 –...

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Knit a Summer Into Fall Tee with Bethe Orrell @ Espanola Valley Fiber Arts Center / August 18, 2012

Knit a Summer Into Fall Tee with Bethe Orrell @  Espanola Valley Fiber Arts Center / August 18, 2012

About 30 years ago, Bethe’s mother knitted her a sweater that she still wears! Over the years so many knitters she knew asked for the pattern that it became a beloved classic. If you are a beginner knitter that is bored with scarves, this is the perfect next step in your knitting education. Pick any of a number of yarns to customize-then take off and knit . This is an easy pattern with interesting stitches and patterning, and it knits so fast you’ll want to make more than one! When: August 18,...

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Journal, Because Your Are Worth it! with Perla Kopeloff @ Espanola Valley Fiber Arts Center / Starts August 11, 2012

Journal, Because Your Are Worth it! with Perla Kopeloff @  Espanola Valley Fiber Arts Center / Starts August 11, 2012

Discover the importance of keeping a creative journal; a safe place where you can dream, write or collage your thoughts and experiences. Workshop participants will produce sheets of exquisite handmade paper and bind them in a unique book – an expression of self and a beautiful surface to play with. Embed the paper with petals, found objects, herbs, dried flowers, cloth or lace. The workshop will include sheet forming, collage & book binding. You will produce enough pages to fill two...

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Welt Felting for Beginners @ Espanola Valley Fiber Arts Center / August 10, 2012

Welt Felting for Beginners @ Espanola Valley Fiber Arts Center / August 10, 2012

Felting is the hot new trend in fiber arts. In this introductory workshop, you’ll learn the principles of felting, including what fibers to use, how to turn wool into felt, and you’ll come away with at least one beautiful felted piece. No experience necessary. When: August 10, 2012 Where: Espanola Valley FIber Arts Center, 325 Paseo de Onate, Espanola, NM 87532 Time: 10:00 am – 4:30 pm Cost: $75 member/$90 non-member; $10 materials fee Phone: 505-747-3577 Website/Blog Address:...

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Santa Fe Creative Tourism Newsletter / July & August 2012

Santa Fe Creative Tourism Newsletter / July & August 2012

Testimonial – New Mexico ArtSpa “I have to confess, I was completely flummoxed by the description “art spa”. I couldn’t get past my vision of “spa” as a place where you go for a massage or a soak or a sauna. But now my horizons have been broadened and I can conceive of  a spa as any place you go to have a rejuvenating experience-in this case via art.  Talk about “in the moment”! I found that everything went out of mind except what I was...

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Raku Rukus III with Dean Howell & Thor Sigstedt / Starts August 4, 2012

Raku Rukus III with Dean Howell & Thor Sigstedt / Starts August 4, 2012

Dean Howell, celebrated fine local artist/sculptor and Thor Sigstedt, local artist/sculptor/builder/craftsman…..are joining again for the third time to have a raku workshop that celebrates the wonderful experience of working in raku style, which is known for being able to allow even beginners to experience the joy of creating and firing something they have made in this unique and simple, hands on style of ceramic work. The pieces are created in Dean’s studio to begin with and then...

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Testimonial: Sax Stonecarving Workshop with Frank Haufe

Testimonial: Sax Stonecarving Workshop with Frank Haufe

 ”This was an excellent workshop – one of the best I’ve attended on any subject.  A good mix of demonstration, hands-on, and open discussion.”  – Bill H. It was a life altering experience, a week’s meditation of sorts for me.”  – Barbara C.         Welcome to the Sax Stonecarving Workshops. This summer we will offer TWO intensive 7-DAY intensive courses. The workshops are open to participants of all levels of experience, from...

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Learn to make handmade paper with Ginny Hogan / August 7, 2012

Learn to make handmade paper with Ginny Hogan / August 7, 2012

This one day, 5 hour workshop, in my Santa Fe studio will teach you the following: How to make your own paper Learn 7 techniques for creating images Use recycled paper and plants Make your own papermaking screens The cost is $125 (includes supplies) per person. No more than 5 students at a time. Bring a sack lunch. When: August 7, 2012/ Classes can be scheduled at your convenience any day from 10-4. Time: 10 pm- 4 pm Cost: $125 for a one day, five hour workshop,which includes supplies. Phone:...

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Dye painting and stencilling on silk with Sandra Holzman / August 9th, 2012

Dye painting and stencilling on silk with Sandra Holzman / August 9th, 2012

Learn a quick and easy way to paint beautiful colors on silk and other fabrics. No steaming or toxic materials. We will learn several techniques that produce beautiful colorfast fabrics. We will introduce shibori dye techniques and the use of thickened dyes to paint and do stencilling. Materials fee covers a Dyeworks Toolkit for each student to take home with enough in it to make several more projects, as well as 3 pieces of fabric and a silk scarf! Making patterns on fabric, furniture or the...

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Oil painting workshops with Felix Voltsinger / Starts August 27, 2012

Oil painting workshops with Felix Voltsinger / Starts August 27, 2012

Join Felix for a three day exploration of materials, techniques, and painting from observation. This small group will enable you to get all the individual attention you need to take your painting to the next level. Suitable for beginners as well as more advanced artists. When: August 27-29, 2012 Time: 10 am – 3 pm. Where: 2200 W. Alameda #7 Santa Fe NM. 87507 Cost: $150 Phone: (505) 490-8110 Website/Blog Address: www.felixvoltsingerworkshops.com Introduction to Figure Drawing with Felix...

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“Feminism in the New Media Landscape” with author Courtney E. Martin / August 13, 2012

“Feminism in the New Media Landscape” with author Courtney E. Martin / August 13, 2012

In this workshop, feminist blogger and author Courtney E. Martin will explore with participants the new frontiers of feminist thought and action online. By exploring the feminist blogosphere and exciting efforts to harness its political potential, she will allow people with a wide range of online comfort and experience to enter into the conversation. Blogging has become the 21st century version of consciousness-raising, but beyond that, online organizing has become the new vehicle by which all...

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Big Brushes, Big Paper: A Wild Ride with Watercolor at Ghost Ranch / Starts August 6, 2012

Big Brushes, Big Paper: A Wild Ride with Watercolor at Ghost Ranch / Starts August 6, 2012

Are you blocked by the ditsies-those always-the-same watercolors? Come explore color with BIG brushes, big paper and rich gooey pigment. A good dose of color theory, design tools, value patterns and wet in wet will shatter those ditsies! When:August 6-12, 2012Where: Ghost Ranch, 65 miles north of Santa Fe on Hwy 84 Time: all day for a week Cost: $350 plus lodging & meals Phone: 505-685-4333 Website/Blog Address: www.ghostranch.org [issuu width=420 height=382 backgroundColor=%23222222...

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Building an Affordable & Efficient Wood-Fired Kiln at Ghost Ranch / Starts August 6, 2012

Building an Affordable & Efficient Wood-Fired Kiln at Ghost Ranch / Starts August 6, 2012

This one-time course offers participants the opportunity to build and fire a small, efficient, down-draft wood-fired kiln. After a short demo we make enough test pieces to fill the kiln. Each of us rotates building stoneware pieces for firing and building the kiln. Toward the end of the week we do a wood firing. When: August 6-12, 2012 Where: Ghost Ranch, 65 miles north of Santa Fe on Hwy 84 Time: Every day for a week Cost: $350 plus lodging & meals Phone: 505-685-4333 Website/Blog...

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Painting with Glass / Starts August 3, 2012

Painting with Glass / Starts August 3, 2012

While the tradition of painting on glass spans many centuries, only fairly recently have materials and processes been developed (largely at Bullseye) that allow artists to paint with glass. In this class, you will work with colored glass sheets, powders, frits, and stringers to build a palette of techniques that allow a wide range of painterly effects. After working through a series of very specific hands-on exercises, you will make several pieces to further develop your understanding of the...

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Alternative Surfaces / How to create mixed media art with Sandra Duran Wilson / Starts August 14, 2012 (3 days)

Alternative Surfaces / How to create mixed media art with Sandra Duran Wilson / Starts August 14, 2012 (3 days)

This three day class is limited to only 8 people and we will work on surfaces such as Plexiglas, plaster and aluminum and use digital grounds to print on almost anything. We will cover pastes and gels, textures and image transfers. You will expand your mind and your art range. This is a great opportunity to work in a small group setting with a lot of personal attention. Also, everything is supplied, you just show up. Contact to register. When: August 14 – 16, 2012 Where: 2816 Calle...

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Kid’s Creation Station at Girls Inc.’s Arts and Crafts Show / August 4 & 5, 2012

Kid’s Creation Station at Girls Inc.’s Arts and Crafts Show / August 4 & 5, 2012

The Kid’s Creation Station at the 40th Annual Girls Inc. Arts & Crafts Show will be bigger and better than ever on August 4 & 5! Bring the family to the plaza and work on art projects; learn to hula hoop; get your faces painted however you like; or create a chalk masterpiece on the streets! Girls Inc. will be partnering with FACT Santa Fe and the Children’s Museum to help kids bring out their inner artists. Admission is free and donations are welcome. The Kid’s...

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“At the Artist’s Table” / Native American Art and Cuisine / August 14, 2012

“At the Artist’s Table” / Native American Art and Cuisine / August 14, 2012

Tuesday, August 14, 2012 – Native American Art and Cuisine Artists: Dan, Arlo and Michael Namingha Chefs: Bill and Cheryl Jamison This dinner will showcase the ancient and contemporary culture of the American Southwest, hosted by one of our foremost Native artist families and four-time James Beard Award-winning chefs/cookbook authors. Dan Namingha is from the Tewa-Hopi tribe. He has been showing professionally as an artist for over forty years. His works command unwavering respect for the...

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2012 Summer Flamenco Classes with Julia Chacón – Inspiración Flamenca

2012 Summer Flamenco Classes with Julia Chacón – Inspiración Flamenca

Julia Chacon Flamenco Dance Classes I’m so happy to be back in Santa Fe!!! This has been an amazing year so far. I was selected as a Master Artist for the New Mexico Folk Art Apprenticeship Grant, a program designed to nurture folk arts significant to New Mexico culture. I was awarded the grant to mentor the talented young dancer, Miquela Weigel. Hooray New Mexico for continuing to support flamenco, and hooray Miquela for her dedication to the art! I’ve been touring the USA since...

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NOTAN Japanese Cut Paper Class with NM Creatrix / August 2, 2012

NOTAN Japanese Cut Paper Class with NM Creatrix / August 2, 2012

Notan cut Japanese paper is a contemplative process and guiding principle of Eastern art and design, focusing on the interaction between positive and negative space. Using only light and dark paper, scissors and glue, you create amazing cutouts that take on an almost 3D appearance. Each composition takes on a unique appearance, and seems to blossom on the page. This 4 hour class will be held at the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Santa Fe When: August 2, 2012 Where:  107 W. Barcelona...

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Geologic Exploration into the Valles Caldera / August 8, 2012

Geologic Exploration into the Valles Caldera / August 8, 2012

This one-day field trip will enter the Valles Caldera National Preserve, exploring the fascinating geologic story told by rock exposures inside the caldera. The caldera has experienced profound changes involving resurgent uplift, numerous volcanic eruptions, lakes and erosion of the rim. Our journey includes numerous scenic valleys inside the caldera, including Valle Grande, Valle San Antonio and Valle Toledo. Wildlife sightings are common.The $10 entry fee into the preserve is included in the...

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Art Through The Ages @ The Santa Fe Children’s Museum – Every Wednesday

Art Through The Ages @ The Santa Fe Children’s Museum – Every Wednesday

Journey through time exploring many different types of art materials and how they were used by different cultures. When: Wednesdays June, July & August 2012 Where:  The Santa Fe Children’s Museum, 1050 Old Pecos Trail, Santa Fe, NM 87505 Time: 10:30 – 12:00 Cost: free with admission Phone: 505-989-8359 Website/Blog Address: www.santafechildrensmuseum.org [si-contact-form...

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SUMMER SATURDAYS / Intuitive Painting with Julie Claire on Upper Canyon Road / August 25, 2012

SUMMER SATURDAYS / Intuitive Painting with Julie Claire on Upper Canyon Road / August 25, 2012

This is a free form, soulful exploration of our natural creativity and intuitive self. In a world of doing and figuring things out, it can be inspiring – life changing even – to take time to connect with what matters most in our lives and let the joy of our hearts spill into the whole of our lives. These one day experiences are intended to take you deeply into the creative process and still have you home for dinner. Join us as we playfully paint from beginner’s mind, without any preconceived...

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SUMMER SATURDAYS / Intuitive Painting with Julie Claire on Upper Canyon Road / August 11, 2012

SUMMER SATURDAYS / Intuitive Painting with Julie Claire on Upper Canyon Road / August 11, 2012

This is a free form, soulful exploration of our natural creativity and intuitive self. In a world of doing and figuring things out, it can be inspiring – life changing even – to take time to connect with what matters most in our lives and let the joy of our hearts spill into the whole of our lives. These one day experiences are intended to take you deeply into the creative process and still have you home for dinner. Join us as we playfully paint from beginner’s mind, without any preconceived...

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Open Art Studio @ The Santa Fe Children’s Museum / Every Friday

Open Art Studio @ The Santa Fe Children’s Museum / Every Friday

Join a Santa Fe artist each Friday afternoon to explore various mediums including clay, paint, fiber, wax resist and recycled materials. A different artist each week. This is a drop in program and is appropriate for all ages. When: Every Friday Where: 1050 Old Pecos Trail, Santa Fe, NM 87505 Time: 3:30 – 5:30 Cost: Free with museum admission. Phone: 505-989-8359 Website/Blog Address: www.santafechildrensmuseum.org [si-contact-form...

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Mushroom Identification / July 22 & August 5, 2012

Mushroom Identification / July 22 & August 5, 2012

After a briefing on mushroom identification, you’ll tramp the fields and forests in search of mushrooms in their habitat. Learn how to gather them properly, how to make a spore print, and how to prepare and preserve edible mushrooms. Serious consideration is given to identifying edible vs. poisonous mushrooms. Art Judd, who is at home in nature, has been studying mushrooms for more than 40 years. Sunday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., July 22, 1 day. Course #HG398 01/CRN 10672 Sunday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.,...

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“The Body Reconfigured In Time” with Siegfried Halus / 2012 Abiquiu Lecture Series @ The Abiquiu Inn / August 2nd, 2012

“The Body Reconfigured In Time” with Siegfried Halus / 2012 Abiquiu Lecture Series @ The Abiquiu Inn / August 2nd, 2012

September 6th “Remembering Miss O’Keeffe – Stories from Abiquiu” Book Signing – By Margaret Wood Lecture w/ – image presentation October 4th “Painting with reference to William Blake” Painting from Myth of the Physic – By Alexandra Eldridge Lecture w/ – image presentation Reservations: Please call the Abiquiu Inn to make reservations for each lecture, for the seating capacity is limited. Phone: 505-685.4378 Website : http://www.abiquiuinn.com Website :...

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