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Art Journaling Instructor: Carolyn Koesters Sunday, October 14th 1:30-3:30 William King Museum...

Art Journaling
Instructor: Carolyn Koesters
Sunday, October 14th • 1:30-3:30
William King Museum of Art
The Wordcatching Series: journal workshop that explores writing, art, and organization
Express yourself through color, paint, stencils, markers, and collage in a free form creative space that sometimes goes where you never expected. No artistic experience necessary- just a curiosity to follow your thoughts, memories, and feelings!
First Impressions – Drypoint!
Instructor: Jennifer Hilton
Saturday, November 10th • 12pm-4pm.
William King Museum of Art
Have you ever created a drawing and wished you had multiples? This is the workshop for you! Explore the world of drypoint printmaking, a process allowing the artist to create original illustrations on a repeatable surface, or plate. Students will develop original imagery, learn how to prepare a drypoint plate, work with printmaking tools, and utilize a printing press.
Creative Clutches
Instructor: Lyn Govette
Saturday, 10/27 and Saturday 11/3
11:00am – 3:00pm (bring a lunch ½ hr. break)
William King Museum of Art
Explore your creative side through this textile-focused D.I.Y. project: learn how to create a small bag from reclaimed materials! In times past, scraps of fabric, yarn, spare buttons, and beads were used in many households as a way being thrifty. In this workshop, participants will gain skills to design and make a clutch purse using an assortment of materials.
Please note: Pre-registration is required for all classes. To register and learn more about the classes offered, please contact Laken Bridges, Director of Adult Education, at lbridges@wkmuseum.org or (276) 628-5005 ext. 109.
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Art Journaling Instructor: Carolyn Koesters Sunday, October 14th • 1:30-3:30 William King Museum of Art The Wordcatching Series: journal workshop that explores writing, art, and organization Express yourself through color, paint, stencils, markers, and collage in a free form creative space that sometimes goes where you never expected. No artistic experience necessary- just a curiosity ...

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Admission is always free. Museum is open seven days a week: Monday-Saturday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Sunday 1-5 p.m. and First Thursdays until 8 p.m.The William King Museum of Art is a non-profit regional art museum and arts education center housed in a historic 1913 former school. It is the only facility of its kind and Virginia’s only nationally accredited museum west of Roanoke. An average of nine exhibitions are mounted each year, showcasing art of the region and of the world. Programming includes artist talks, lectures, workshops, and other special events. Two additional galleries include the Student Gallery, which displays works from area schools and colleges, and the Panoramic Gallery that features self-curated shows by local artists. These two galleries offer up to 24 additional exhibits a year. An extensive arts education program serves school and public audiences both within and outside of the facility. The Museum also features artist studios, reference library, research archives, and an outdoor sculpture garden.The Museum offers fine art, contemporary art, historic material culture through decorative and folk art, educational programming for all ages, seven artist studios, the Betsy K. White Cultural Heritage Archive, and an outdoor sculpture garden.

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