Classes



KIDS



SUPERHERO MASK MAKING
Ages 8-12
With Jaime Nevitt
Saturdays:  May 28 & June 4, 2016
2pm-4pm
2 sessions
$35 Members/$45 Non-Members


Captain America, Thor, Iron Man… Who is your favourite superhero? This two-day course has you make your own superhero mask that will fit you perfectly. Bring a detailed picture of your characters face and we will bring it to life.  Dress in an old t-shirt as it will be a fun but messy project!








ADULT




THE HISTORICAL SCRAPBOOK
With Katia Perez Mendez
Sunday, July 10, 2016
1:30pm-4:30pm
$35 Members/$45 Non-Members


Participants will learn to create a historical and artistic scrapbook. Guided by the instructor, students will be shown how to consolidate their ideas step by step through the process of creating their own historical scapbook.  Students will apply the principles of design ie. colour schemes, composition, balance, rhythm, scale, proportion and perspective.  Students are encouraged to be creative and may apply different textures and techniques, such as watercolour painting, collage, photographic retouching, crackle and wrap plastic paint finish, stencils and stamps.

*Material List to be provided upon registration








THE AMAZING CONCERTINA (UAB PROJECT)
With Tara Bryan
Sunday, May 1, 2016
1:30pm-4:30pm
1 session
$45 Members/$55 Non-Members

The concertina is perhaps the most versatile book structure around, and it can be transformed in many ways. Explore the endless possibilities of the amazing concertina with book artist Tara Bryan. After a brief show-and-tell discussion of materials and ideas, participants will start with basic folds and work their way through several variations. At the end of the class, each person will have a little library of concertina-based books. Bring a pencil, scissors, x-acto knife, glue stick, and any materials (ribbons, photos, papers, buttons, etc.) you might like to incorporate .






ARE YOU IN YOUR RIGHT MIND? 
(INTRODUCTION TO DRAWING)
With Hether Klesh
Sundays:  May 8– June 12
(No Class May 22)
2pm-4pm
6 sessions
$60 Members/$70 Non-Members

Want to see what you've been missing? These lessons are about learning to see better, whatever your medium or art style is and will truly change the way you look at all things. Both creativity and curiosity are encouraged through personally experiencing the left and right hemisphere states, making experience a more powerful teacher than the retention of facts. Hamilton Artist Hether Klesh is self taught and continues to research art, seeing and the brain. 

**Material List to be provided upon 
registration.








TO REGISTER, PLEASE CONTACT THE GALLERY:


(905) 945-3246

gpag@grimsby.ca



*All gallery programs are subject to 
minimum and maximum registration. Payment is required
 7 days after the date of registration to ensure a spot. Classes are subject to change. Cancellations require 7 days' notice to receive a full refund. The gallery is not responsible for missed classes, and does not pro-rate classes without prior arrangements.