the Arts Center ceramics course was delayed for a week due to lack of supplies; first session to be held on February 24

The Grande Prairie Center for the Arts has announced that due to supply shortages, the Ceramics 101 course for adults which was scheduled to start tonight has been delayed for a week.

“We had some issues, unfortunately, with supply issues. So we had originally hoped to start ceramics this week, but we have 400 pounds of clay coming here from Birmingham, Alabama, fortunately,” said Chuck Law, director of the arts center.

The course, which will introduce basic techniques, such as glazing, will take place from 6:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. on Thursday, February 24 and Thursday, March 3. Participants will create a variety of unique works of art and all necessary materials will be provided. through the center. Tuition for the two-session course is $30.

Senior Art 65+

A class for seniors will involve different art mediums introduced by professional art teachers. The course will take place from 3:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. on Thursday, February 24. All materials will be provided and tuition is $5.

Those wishing to participate in any of the classes this month can register on the Arts Center website at grandprairiearts.com. Participants can also call the Arts Center at 870-673-1781.

More deals on the way

According to Law, the arts center’s programming is being expanded this year to include other classes, including Art 101 for adults and opportunities for churches and youth groups on Sunday afternoons and businesses or private groups on Mondays. evening. As additional classes are scheduled, they will be posted on the center’s website.

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