Sip, Savor & Create

Spring 2023: January - May

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Make plans to join us for Emerge’s Adult Workshop Series that uses artistic fun as a great excuse to have a night out! Grab your friends and join us for a wonderful art project while enjoying a glass of wine! No experience is necessary, but a willingness to have fun is!

All supplies are included. Please feel free to bring a beverage of your choice.

*Must be 21 or over to register.

(Beer and wine are welcome. No liquor please.)

We provide:

  1. All the art supplies
  2. A great art instructor

You need to bring:

  1. You!
  2. Friends!
  3. Brown bagged items such as beer or wine if you wish.

Additional Workshop Information

  • Emerge asks that if the student is sick or showing signs of becoming sick, that you do not attend class.
  • Individuals requesting accommodation under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) should contact the Programs Director at paula@emergegallery.com prior to the start of class.

Cost: $40 for Emerge members, $60 for non-members
*Discount off $10 for second enrollment for Emerge members in the same household. 

Gel Plate Printing & Painting

Learn how to make colorful art while having fun with this fast and easy hand printing method. All materials are provided. This class is for beginners and for those with more art experience. You will create with printing leaves and other botanical materials, stencils, and with common household objects. Your final creations will make great original hand printed cards and art prints you can frame. [Min. 4, Max. 12]

Date: Friday, January 20
Time: 6:30pm - 8:30pm
Instructor: Karen Warren
Reg. Code: WND-94

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Potter's Wheel

Come visit our studio to center clay and help center yourself! It’s been a tough week, so sign up to have a creative release while enjoying friends and glass of wine at Emerge. This is a great opportunity to try out the potter’s wheel and maybe find a new hobby you will enjoy. [Min. 4, Max. 10]

Date: Friday, February 17
Time: 6:30pm - 8:30pm
Instructor: Erika Gibson
Reg. Code: WND-95

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In this workshop you will be learning the process of making paper. We will make paper pulp from recycled materials and experiment with adding inclusions, such as flowers, plants, threads, personal effects (old letters or fabrics, torn memorabilia) and other eye-catching items, into our paper. Participants wanting further exploration will learn how to wet emboss their handmade paper using textured materials as well as how to create 3-Dimensional paper objects using common household or personal objects as molds. All experience levels are welcome. [Min. 4, Max. 10]

Although materials will be provided, you can personalize the experience and bring the following: 
  • For making paper pulp: old jeans, colored/raw cotton fabrics, colored or scrap paper
  • For inclusions: any material you find interesting and would like to see in your handmade paper, such as colored materials and textures you find visually engaging, flower petals, plants, leaves, string, memorabilia you don’t mind getting wet (old letters, torn book pages, poems, handwritten things…flower petals, fabric scraps, leaves, string, bits of thread). I play will old handwritten letters, torn pages from books, vintage fibers, wool, plant debris and trash I find visually engaging.
  • For embossing: textures (plastics, metals and glass work best)
  • For molds: personal and household objects (plastics, metals, and glass work best) 

Date: Saturday, March 25
Time: 1:30pm - 3:30pm
Instructor: Noelle Gunn
Reg. Code: WND-96

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Participants will get to learn basic bookbinding skills and how to handcraft a book using the long stitch binding technique. Bring home the finished product and use it as a notebook, sketchbook or gift it to a loved one. [Min. 4, Max. 12]

Date: Friday, April 21
Time: 6:30pm - 8:30pm
Instructor: Liz Steiner
Reg. Code: WND-97

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Enameled Jewelry

In this workshop, you will be exposed to a variety of enameling techniques to create colorful wearable jewelry. Enameling is a process of fusing powdered glass to metal by firing in a small kiln. Enamel jewelry is a perfect way to add color and even an artistic look to your piece without the need for gemstones. [Min. 4, Max. 8]

Date: Friday, May 19
Time: 6:30pm - 8:30pm
Instructor: Liz Steiner
Reg. Code: WND-98

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