Posted on July 22, 2012 at 5:35:22 am
by Kayleen R.
Need a fun idea for a date, girlfriend night out or other group setting? How about a painting class? Breathe easy. This class requires no talent!
What a relief to someone like me who still loves to color inside the lines of coloring books!
As most people prefer something more advanced to draw than a coloring book, but may be just a tad less talented than Picasso, the Auer Center for Arts and Culture comes to the rescue. A special painting class will be offered for public groups on Saturday, July 28, 7–10 p.m. with instructor Amy Clark.
Pictures on the canvases will be drawn out ahead of time. Artlink provides the supplies. Artists (and wannabes) just show up and paint!
Cost: $40 Artlink Members, $45 General Public.
This activity is designed for people ages 21+. A beverage and light appetizers are included in the price. Additional drinks will be available for a small donation.
A beginner’s drawing class is also available on Sunday, July 29, 1 – 4 p.m. This is for ages 18 years through adult.
Artlink will provide paper. Participants need to bring pencils and other drawing supplies. A supply list will be mailed/emailed upon registration. Instructor: Marilyn Bock-Tobolski; Cost: $30 Artlink Members, $35 General Public
Note: Workshops and classes require a minimum number of registered participants. Minimum number varies with the class. If a minimum number has not been reached, paid participants will be refunded. So round up a gaggle of friends and sign up for one or both classes!
Parking: Free parking is available at the Auer Center from Lafayette or Main Streets. Metered parking is available on Barr Street until 5pm when parking at all city meters is free. Garage parking is also available on Barr St.
For more information on classes and workshops, check here or call 260.424.7195 or email Suzanne@artlinkfw.com.
Auer Center for Arts and Culture
300 E. Main St
Ft Wayne IN 46802
Tues-Sat 12-6 pm
Thursday 12-8 pm
Sunday 12-5 pm
Admission: Suggested $2.00 donation
Author: Kayleen R.
Kayleen Reusser has written children’s books and had stories in Chicken Soup books. She writes features for the News-Sentinel newspaper and profiles for the Ossian Sun Riser. She loves to travel and write about her experiences at her website: www.KayleenR.com