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Personal Journaling & Watercolor Sketching Class with Elaine Frenett (Intermediate Level) at Ashland Art Center

May 8, 2010 from 2pm to 5pm
May 8-16 with daily journal entries, 3 class meetingsSaturday, May 8th 2-5pmWednesday, May 12th 5-7pmSunday, May 16th 2-5pmIntermediate Level Class$120 with materials listRegister directly with Elaine Frenett at 541-899-0606 orelainefrenett@live.comClass held at Ashland Art Center, 357 E. Main Street, Ashland, OR 97520Course/event description:This Intermediate class, for creatives who are familiar with sketching and watercolor, will help scoot you…See More
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Personal Journaling & Watercolor Sketching Class with Elaine Frenett (Intermediate Level) at Ashland Art Center

May 8, 2010 from 2pm to 5pm
May 8-16 with daily journal entries, 3 class meetingsSaturday, May 8th 2-5pmWednesday, May 12th 5-7pmSunday, May 16th 2-5pmIntermediate Level Class$120 with materials listRegister directly with Elaine Frenett at 541-899-0606 orelainefrenett@live.comClass held at Ashland Art Center, 357 E. Main Street, Ashland, OR 97520Course/event description:This Intermediate class, for creatives who are familiar with sketching and watercolor, will help scoot you…See More
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Drop in drawing lessons at Ashland Art Center

January 19, 2010 from 5:30pm to 7pm
Course Dates: Every Tuesday 5:30pm – 7pmCourse Title: Drop in & drawAges: 13 – ADULT Class is for beginner – advanced artistsInstructor: Ruddy HavillTuition: $15 per class*Materials List, Students Must Bring:fountain penindia inkdrawing paperCourse DescriptionDrawing is the foundation for all forms of art, painting, design, and sculpture. Drawing is a primary way of communicating what we feel and think about our world. This will be a free and spontaneous experience. Very few rules apply.…See More
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Creators Meet & Speak at ashland Art Center Community Classroom

January 21, 2010 from 5pm to 7pm
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Rainbow of Color: make your own kaleidoscopes! at Ashland Art Center

January 30, 2010 from 1:30pm to 4pm
Course Dates: Saturday, Jan. 30 1:30pm – 4pmCourse Title: Rainbow of Color: make your own kaleidoscopes!Ages: 13 - AdultInstructor: Lisa AmeijideTuition: $31.25 + $9.00 Materials Fee*Optional Materials List- Colored, transluscent small items from broken toys or jewelry that can be used inside your kaleidoscope.- bits and bobs to decorate the outside of your kaleidoscope: beads, veneer, fabric scraps, wood, art paper… (the art center has a lot of decorative materials for you to use, too!)Course…See More
Jan 16, 2010

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At 2:41pm on March 1, 2009, Ashland Source Center said…

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