Beginning Mosaic

July 24, 2017
1 - 4 PM

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Ages 11 - 13

Monday - Friday, July 24 - 28

Colorful mosaics are found in many different cultural traditions. Practice the basics of color theory, patterns, and design through painting and collage. You’ll learn simple tiling techniques to create a mosaic using ceramic and glass on a small table.

$125 members • $150 nonmembers

Instructor: Trina Drotar

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About the Instructor:

Trina L. Drotar is a visual and literary artist whose work has been exhibited internationally and is held in several collections, notably the National Museum of Women in the Arts and Sacramento City College. She has curated several shows, founded Amber Moon Press, has taught for more than 20 years, and believes art should always be fun.

You can "Bundle" this class with Manga Mania from 9 AM - 12 PM

When you register your child for this "Bundle," our education department supervises an hour of midday care each day between classes for only $20. Children bring their own lunch, and parents are welcome to join for lunchtime. Please click here to register for midday care.

Information

Register by clicking the REGISTER button above or visit the Museum Admission Desk.

No experience is required unless noted. The Museum provides student-quality supplies included in the fee unless indicated otherwise. Students are welcome to bring their personal supplies; however there is no discount for doing so. Oil paints are not allowed in studio classrooms.

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