Class Descriptions

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Summer Camp starts June 23. Don't miss out an the fun & creativity, register today!

Workshops and classes for Adults available this Summer, check out all we have to offer under the "Summer Adult Programs" tab!

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All classes with descriptions are listed below. To register for a class click on the "Register" tab above. 

Narrow down your options by selecting the class category you are interested in. 

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2D/3D Art Studio

 

 

2D/3D Art Studio.

 

3Day Handbuilding Ceramics Workshop Takaezu Studio

1177 Croton Rd, Flemington, NJ 08822 
Phone: 917-763-4058

Acrylic Painting

Ages 10 – 15; PM

Your imagination and ideas - in paint! Students will learn tips and tricks for painting with acrylics, which are very versatile. Acrylics can be used right out of the tube or made thinner or thicker with mediums that yield fun and unique results. Blending, washes, texture, and edges will be covered as well as color, composition. Taught by Erica Lescota.

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After-Care Program

The Hunterdon art Museum provides entertaining and relaxing after-care for students who are enrolled in camp. After-care is directed by camp staff and volunteers. A daily snack will be provided to all campers attending after-care. Supervised activities during after-care will vary, but may include free art time, board games, pleasure reading, and walks to downtown Clinton, the Red Mill Museum and other close by destinations (weather permitting). For further information please download the after-care registration form: 

Animals & Nature Mixed Media

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Animal Art



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Art + Science = FUN

Explore the intersection of Art and Science!  Kids will stretch their minds (and their imaginations) creating cool projects that mix art, design, biology, chemistry, and engineering. From growing crystals and exploring the environment, to learning fish biology and understanding concrete, the possibilities are endless!

Art for Two:Bring Your Favorite Adult! Clay

 

Ages 3 & up, with an adult. 

Two artists mean twice the fun! We’ve created this special class to help kids feel comfortable when first learning how to make art.  You (or Auntie or Grandpa) provide your child with warm encouragement and a helping hand. Don’t forget to bring a smock!

 

 

Art for Two: Bring Your Favorite Adult! Drawing

Ages 3 & up, with an adult.
Two artists means twice the fun!  Learn the fundamentals of drawing (line, shape, texture, value, composition) while building eye-hand coordination and fine motor skills.  This class is designed to make children feel successful and comfortable with their first adventures in the process of making open-ended art. Bring a smock.

 

Art for Two: Bring Your Favorite Adult! Painting

Ages 3 & up, with an adult. 
Two artists means twice the fun! Get familiar with primary and secondary colors, different methods of painting, as well as communicating and translating ideas into an image.  This class is designed to make children feel successful and comfortable with their first adventures in the process of making open-ended art. Bring a smock. 

 

Art for Two: Bring Your Favorite Adult! Sculpting

 

 

Ages 3 & up, with an adult. 
Two artists means twice the fun!  Explore 3D art with sculpting.  Using clay and other materials, kids will experiment with size, shape, and proportion to sculpt their own, unique masterpiece.  This class is designed to make children feel successful and comfortable with their first adventures in the process of making open-ended art. Bring a smock.

 

 

Art From Around the World

Join us on a journey hopping from continent to continent learning about different cultures of the world through art! We will explore different cultures with projects including drawing, printmaking, painting, and sculpture. Taught by Suzanne Lauricella and Linda Schroeder, respectively.

Week 2: Ages 5 - 9; PM

Week 7: Ages 8 - 10; AM

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Art with Heart

Class for kids with ASD and developmental disabilities 

Artistic Expressions

This is an open studio art class for adults with developmental disabilities and is appropriate for students with DDD Self-Directed budgets. Art making topics are tailored to new and returning students, and include drawing, painting, sculpting, mixed media, and fiber arts. Students are encouraged to express their own vision in this fun, supportive class. An exhibition of work and a celebration highlight the final class. All materials included.  Hunterdon Art Museum is a DDD Qualified Provider. Tuition underwritten in part by Bunbury Foundation and Merck Neighbor of Choice.

Artists for Arts Sake

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Be An Illustrator

Ages 7 - 10; AM

Explore the process of making a book with professional children’s illustrator, Lena Shiffman. Combine the skills of drawing and painting with a favorite book, poem, or your own original story. Learn about storyboards, layout, book dummies, finished art and much more.  Taught by Lena Shiffman.  

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Beginner/Intermediate Watercolor

Expand your artistic potential through watercolor. Learn basic and advanced techniques through the use of washes, controlled edges, glazing, expressive brush strokes and corrections. Composition, understanding value/color relationships and creating the illusion of depth are also covered. Fresh garden flowers, fruits and vegetables provide colorful still life inspiration.  All levels welcome.  Limited to 10 students. Recommended for adults and teens, age 16 and up. Image courtesy of the artist, Lena Shiffman. 

  

By the Sea

Ages 7 – 10; PM
This camp celebrates fun in the sun.  Explore all kinds of creatures that glide, swim, or slither in the sea.  Create two and three-dimensional works of art based on the beauty of the ocean.  Mix your own salt clay, make beach inspired jewelry, watercolor sea-scapes and more.  Taught by Linda Schroeder.

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Cartooning Around

 

Ages 8 – 15; Full Day (9am - 4pm)

Love Cartoons? Then this camp is for you. Get instruction in cartooning and comic book drawing plus games, trivia, funny money and more. Develop your own characters and learn to draw popular favorites like Scooby Doo, Sponge Bob, and Spiderman. Please bring a nut free lunch. Lunch With the Bunch included. Taught by Doug Baron.

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Tuesday Night Drawing & Painting

Tuesdays

Pick your favorite medium and set aside Tuesday evenings for building your drawing and painting skills. In this relaxed, intimate class, beginning and intermediate students are invited to work at their own pace with guidance from the instructor using a variety of subject matter, including still life subjects and photographs. Projects are adapted to student skill level. All levels welcome, beginners start with drawing.  Recommended for adults and teens, age 16 and up. Image courtesy of the artist, Lena Shiffman.

  

Claymation Animation

Ages 7 – 10; PM
Learn the basics or build your skills in 2D and 3D animation. Students will make short or long form videos using stop-motion animation, storyboarding, model construction, drawing, and painting. Bring a digital camera, data cable, and memory card. Taught by Jim Pruznick.
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All About Color

 

Ages 4 – 6; PM
Explore the power of color! Painter Vasily Kandinsky said that “color is the keyboard…and the artist is the hand that plays.”  Learn the basics about colors and then experiment with different types of media such as paint, pastels, watercolor, clay, fabric arts, and more.  

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Comic Book Creation

 

Ages 7 to 15. Fridays, 6:15 - 7:45 pm 

Learn basic cartooning techniques and develop characters, names, and story-lines. Games, funny money, trivia, and more are included in this class of comic book fun! If you loved Cartooning Around or Comic Book Creation over the Summer you will love this weekly class. Sign up early spots in this class go fast! Taught by Doug Baron. 
Comics, Manga, Anime

          

Learn to draw classic comics, plus the styles of Japanese Manga and Anime.  Instruction in drawing and inking will be covered, plus games and trivia.  From Dragon Ball Z to the X-Men, from Sailor Moon to Spider-Man, this course covers it all. Develop your own characters and learn to draw your favorites.  Images Left to Right:  S. LeGrand, ooouuusm, Chibi Yoda.

 

 

Design, Sculpt, Build

Have fun turning ordinary materials into extraordinary two and three-dimensional creations, with various media such as paint, clay, wood, wire, plaster, and paper.  Make mobiles, sculptures, paintings, and more. The possibilities are endless.

Draw, Paint & Sculpt

It’s all in the title! Learn to experiment with different materials. Make great projects and explore drawing, painting, and sculpting in this fun-filled class. 

 

Draw Paint & Sculpt

Ages 7 – 10; AM
It’s all in the title! Join Miss Nan for fun-filled projects including drawing, painting, plaster and clay sculpting, printmaking and tie dying. Taught by Nan Krochta.

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Drawing 101

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Drawing & Painting

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Drawing & Painting for Teens

Ages 13 to 17,  Learn to draw and paint from observation using the fundamental elements of design: line, color, form, texture, shape, value, and scale. Learn tips and tricks; and experiment with dry and wet media such as pencil, charcoal, conte, pastels, ink, and acrylics.  This is a great class for teens and young adults looking to strengthen their skills or learning to draw for the first time. 

 

Drawing & Painting for Beginners

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Fashion: Sewing and Construction

Ages 9 – 11; AM & Ages 12 - 15; PM
Learn to create a piece of clothing from start to finish using a sewing machine.   Make an illustration, select fabric, create a pattern and sew away!  Learn the correct stitches and the how to process of garment construction following the same process as used in the fashion industry. Taught by Leah Cahill.

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Fun Forms

Clay and Weaving. Summer Camp 

Fundamentals of Drawing

This class will be offered for adult beginners to explore drawing basics such as line, color, shape, form and value. The first half of the course will focus on still lives, adding color using charcoal and pencil.  Artists will paint from observation and focus on drawing fundamentals. The second portion of the class will shift focus to emphasize the human form through observation of portrait and nude models. Each class will be focused around a basic drawing concept which students will then explore through studio time (the teacher will arrange various still lives or a model will be present) and close with group critique to help budding artists improve. Materials List Provided.

 

 

Fundamentals of Painting

Recommended for adults.  Wednesdays, 6:30 - 9:00pm 

Taught by Erica Lescota. This eight week class will be offered for adult beginners to explore painting basics such as line, color, shape, form and value. The first half of the course will focus on still lifes,  adding color using acrylics and/or oils.  Artists will paint from observation and focus on painting fundamentals. The second portion of the class will shift focus to emphasize the human form through observation of portrait and nude models. Each class will be focused around a basic painting concept which students will then explore through studio time (the teacher will arrange various still lifes or a model will be present) and close with group critique to help budding artists improve. Materials List Provided. Model fee of approximately $30 is payable with registration. Please note: Fundamentals of Painting is part of a new series which includes Drawing, Painting, and Sculpting.

Click Here for Fundamentals of Painting Materials List 

Go Green

 

 

Ages 8 – 11; AM
Let’s use our imaginations to turn unexpected objects into amazing art!  We will use mixed media, recycled and re-purposed materials to create sculptures, instruments, masks, and mobiles.  Experiment with color, texture, and composition.  

 

 

 

 

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Imagination Station: Clay, Paint & Photo

Ages 4 to 6. Tuesdays, 4:00 - 5:00pm. Visit the Imagination Station where you can create people, places and things – real and pretend. Learn different and unique approaches to color, shape, form, and composition by working with clay, painting, and photography.  Taught by Jim Pruznick.

 

Intro to Acrylic Painting

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Intro to Digital Photography

with Nancy Ori.

Discover Gouache Painting with Margaret Fanning

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Intro to Handbuilding: 2-Day Ceramics Workshop

     

Two Day Workshop:  Sunday, January 12, 10:00am - 4:00pm; and Sunday January 19, 10:00am - 1:00pm. 

Taught by Bill Macholdt and Ann Tsubota.  This workshop is offered by the Hunterdon Art Museum and in partnership with Raritan Valley Community College.  This two day workshop will be taught by Bill Macholdt and Ann Tsubota, both prolific ceramic artists and instructors at Raritan Valley Community College.  

On the first day of the workshop, students will be introduced to the basic technical skills and conceptual approaches of hand-built ceramics. Students will make their own objects through hands on exploration of form and surface treatments and their work will be fired by the instructors before the second meeting.  The second day of the workshop will be spent learning about glazes and students will glaze their work. Lab fee includes clay and glaze materials. Recommended for adults and teens age 16 and up. Note:  This workshop will be held at the Raritan Valley Community College Ceramics Studio in Branchburg, NJ.  Directions, tools, and materials list provided. Transportation not provided. Pre-registration is required.  Tuition:  $155; member: $135 (plus $30 clay and firing fee).

 

Intro to Watercolor: Methods & Materials

This class is an introduction to watercolor painting for true beginners.  We will cover methods and materials – what to use and how to use it.  Warm up painting exercises and weekly lessons will cover essential watercolor skills such as washes, edges, dry brush, and wet-into-wet.   Build your confidence and your individual style.  Materials are provided.

 
 
 
 
Japanese Anime & Cartooning

     

Ages 7 to 15. Tuesdays, 5:00 - 6:30pm. Love Japanese Animé and Manga? Love cartooning and comic book drawing?  Then this class is for you.  Develop your own characters and learn to draw your favorites in this fun, comprehensive course.  Taught by Chris Muller.

 

Jewelry Design

 

Ages 7 and up. Fridays, 5:30 - 7:00pm. Turn beads, wire, chain, found objects, and unexpected materials into beautiful handmade jewelry. Learn stringing, knotting, wrapping, crimping and creative combining of elements. Taught by Suzanne LeGrand.

Lunch with the Bunch

We offer supervised lunchtime for summer campers.  LWTB is directed by camp staff and volunteers; activities include games and/or walks to downtown Clinton, the Red Mill Museum and other close by destinations (weather permitting). Please bring a nut free bag lunch. 

 

Mini-Camp: Nature's Gallery

  

Ages 6 to 10.  Discover the art and design possibilities found in nature. Experiment with painting, clay sculpting, printmaking, and more. Come with a peanut and tree nut free snack, a smock, and a box to take home your creations.  Taught by Nan Krochta. 

Mini-Camp: Sculpture Sampler

 

Explore the world of three dimensional art with the help of clay, plus soft materials such as felt, fabrics, stuffing and much more. Come design clay creations and create your own plush toys, puppets, pillows, favorite animal or even a soft dessert! Come with a peanut and tree nut free snack, a smock, and a box to take home your creations. Taught by Nancy Miller.

Mix It Up: Paint, Clay, Fiber.

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Ages 4 – 6
Mix it up! Explore two and three dimensional art with paint and clay, plus soft materials such as felt, fabrics, and stuffing. Make a masterpiece or create your own plush toy while you learn techniques in a variety of media.

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Mix It Up: Paint, Clay, Fiber

Mix it up!  Explore two and three dimensional art with paint and clay, plus soft materials such as felt, fabrics, and stuffing.  Make a masterpiece or create your own plush toy while you learn techniques in a variety of media.  

Mixed Media Painting & Crafts

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My First Book

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My Pet Project


Ages 10 – 15; PM
Purrrfect for young artists who love all kinds of pets – real and imaginary. Pet-themed projects bring art and animals together. Projects include sculpting and painting using a variety of materials.  Taught by Joanna Platt.

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Nature Art

Explore art in nature and nature in art! Have fun learning about the lives of plants, flowers, and insects, by making collages, prints, paintings, and sculptures. Taught by Jim Pruznick and Lisa Grasso-Earl, respectively.

Week 3: Ages 4 - 6; PM

Week 7: Ages 5 - 7; PM 

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Nature's Gallery

 

Ages 7 – 9; AM
Discover the art and design possibilities found in nature. Experiment with painting, clay sculpting, gyotaku and sun prints, nature sketching (as weather permits) and more. Host an exhibition of your art on Friday. Taught by Nan Krochta.

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Off the Wall: 3D Art.

Ages 4 – 6; PM
Not all art is made to hang on the wall! This class focuses on three dimensional art making as well as relief and sculpture in the round. Students will unlock the freedom of materials and process found in building, carving, modeling, assemblage, and kinetic sculpture. Work with mobiles, stabiles, fabric, clay, paint, and found objects. Taught by Nancy Miller.

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Drawing & Painting 101

 

 

 

Painting: Acrylic & Watercolor

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Paint the Modern Landscape

  

Fridays, 1:00 - 3:30 pm

Taught by Maureen Chatfield. Explore the relationship between music, movement, and painting in this fun class.  Working in acrylics, students will experiment with action painting and developing layers of color, form, and image on the canvas.  The instructor will guide individuals  through different approaches to the modern landscape, working in varying degrees of representation,  abstraction, and everything in between.  Each class will be shaped by a selection of music intended to encourage self-expression, spontaneity, movement and interaction with the canvas.  Limited to 8 students.  Recommended for adults and teens, age 16 and up.   

 

Painting: Pushing the Limits

 Not your conventional painting course!  Challenging traditional notions of painting, this class ignores the usual “rules” of painting and gives imaginations a chance to soar by applying new methods to the artistic process. Students work on individual projects with guidance from the instructor.  You may work in oils, acrylics, and mixed media.  Discuss contemporary art for inspiration and use the underlying concepts as a springboard for your own work. Beginners are welcomed. This course is for students at any skill level who are open to learning how to work in unconventional ways. Recommended for adults and teens, age 16 and up.

Pen & Ink Drawing

        

Ages 11 – 15; AM
Students will experiment with pen and ink to create people, places, and objects.  Students will create value, texture and form through crosshatching.   It is amazing what artist can do employing only inked lines. Taught by Erica Lescota.

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Photography Boot Camp

Ages 10 - 15; AM

Through demonstration and hands on opportunities, students immerse themselves in the basics of using their digital camera and progress to an intermediate level during a concentrated learning experience.  We will cover camera operation, shutter speed and aperture; resolution selection, using the in-camera light meter for better exposure compensation, white balance, tips on good composition and use of accessories. Taught By Nancy Ori

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Pinhole Photography

  

Ages 10 – 15; PM
Make your own camera and explore the amazing art of pinhole photography. Take black and white photographs and develop them on location in our own darkroom. Taught by Tricia Hurley.

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Plein Air & Still life Painting w/ Oscar Peterson

Artists have been painting en plein air (outdoors) for hundreds of years.  Students will continue in this tradition and learn the techniques to start, establish, and finish their paintings en plein air.  Fundamental principles of capturing color, light, planes, and structure will be covered.  Still life subjects will be introduced in the case of inclement weather and/or to practice painting from observation.

Portrait Drawing with Oscar Peterson

Learn the principles of portrait drawing by observing live models. Various methods for depicting a realistic likeness in graphite and charcoal will be explored and each step of starting, establishing and finishing a drawing will be demonstrated. Class also covers drawing facial features, anatomy, shading and proportion. This is a rigorous class best suited for intermediate to advanced students who have taken beginner level drawing courses in the past. For adults and teens, ages 18 and up.

Pysanky: Art of the Easter Egg

One Day Workshop: Saturday, April 5.  1:00 - 4:00pm. 

Taught by Wendy Hallstrom.  Have you ever wondered how the beautifully decorated Easter eggs, known as Pysanky, are created? Pysanky are the beautiful, often elaborate, designs found in Polish, Ukrainian and Russian traditions. While the eggs look difficult to make, they actually are quite easy. You will learn the step by step process used to create these Easter jewels and a little bit of the history behind these small works of art. It’s a lot of fun and the results are always impressive. Please wear old clothes, as the dyes used will stain. Students will keep their materials and finished eggs.  NOTE: This workshop will be held at Church of the Holy Spirit, Lebanon, NJ Directions and materials provided.  Transportation not provided.  Please register in advance.  Tuition:  $60; member: $40 (plus $10 materials).

 

 

Sculpture Sampler

Ages 10 – 15; PM
Young artists who like to work with different materials like wire, clay, plaster of Paris, and paper will really enjoy this camp.  Invent all sorts of characters, creatures, people and places with these materials, and learn to use simple tools. Taught by Duffy Dillinger.

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Silkscreen Printing: Simple and Fun

             

One Day Workshop:  Saturday, May 3.  10:00am - 4:00pm

Taught by Stephen McKenzie. Silkscreen printing is easy and fun, with attractive and sometimes unexpected and complex results.  Learn the process of silkscreen printing, create original designs and print endlessly to create editions of prints and/or your own textiles. Learn two silkscreen methods: hand-cut paper stencils and printing with drawing fluid and screen filler.  Each student will leave with several finished works and the skills to keep printing.  Tuition:  $110; member $90  

Images left to right:  Wikipedia; Warhol, Campbell Soup 1, 1968;   Margret Hofheinz-Döring, Missverständnis, Siebdruck, 1975

Sketch Book Club

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Squish It, Sculpt It, Shape It

Ages 10 – 15; AM
You will love exploring sculpture and three-dimensional art in this fun camp. Work with papier mache, Sculpey, wire and clay. Discuss design, proportion, composition and surface. Taught by Tricia Hurley.

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Storytime & Art Making

Ages 2 & up, with an adult

Inspire your budding artist!  HAM Educators will read a story and then guide families through an art project on the same theme.  Listen, imagine, and create together.  Meet other parents and children, and get acquainted with the museum.

Hunterdon Poets Workshop

Adult Workshop Formerly Sunday Afternoon drop in poetry  

Tie Dye & Fabric Styling

 

Ages 11 – 15; AM
Students will learn color theory, plus dying and diffusing techniques to create a multitude of dyed fabrics and papers. They will experiment with different patterns and unique designs, then be wowed by the results. We will explore tie dye, itajime, and batik methods. Please bring a 100% cotton white tee. Taught by Erica Lescota.

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Webs Wings Watercolor


Ages 4 – 6; PM
From spider webs and turtle shells to ripe red apples, children are encouraged to observe art in nature. Fun projects allow children to experiment with a variety of media including watercolor, pastels, printing ink, and more. Taught by Lisa Grasso-Earl.

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You & Me Jewelry workshop

For one pair, adult & child working together.

Young Artists Workshop-Clay

Sunday, April 27; 1:30-3:30 pm 
$30, taught by a HAM Faculty member
The Young Artists Showcase Workshops run in conjunction with the Young Artists Showcase. Workshops are open to all elementary and middle school students. This workshop will cover the basic fundamentals of clay. Bring a smock and dress for a mess.  Two sessions are offered on each date. Session E is for ages 5 - 9 and Session F is for ages 10 to 14. Sessions may be combined if enrollment numbers are low in one of the sessions.

Young Artists Workshop - Drawing

Sunday March 23, 1:30-3:30 pm 
$30, taught by a HAM Faculty member
The Young Artists Showcase Workshop runs in conjunction with the Young Artists Showcase. Workshops are open to all elementary and middle school students. This workshop will cover the basic fundamentals of drawing. Bring a smock and dress for a mess.  Two sessions are offered on each date. Session A is for ages 5 - 9 and Session B is for ages 10 to 14. Sessions may be combined if enrollment numbers are low in one of the sessions. 

Young Artists Workshop-Painting

Sunday, April 6; 1:30-3:30 pm 
$30, taught by a HAM Faculty member
The Young Artists Showcase Workshops run in conjunction with the Young Artists Showcase. Workshops are open to all elementary and middle school students. This workshop will cover the basic fundamentals of painting. Bring a smock and dress for a mess.  Two sessions are offered on each date. Session C is for ages 5 - 9 and Session D is for ages 10 to 14. Sessions may be combined if enrollment numbers are low in one of the sessions.

Young Artists Workshop- Printmaking

Sunday, May 18; 1:30-3:30 pm 
$30, taught by a HAM Faculty member
The Young Artists Showcase Workshops run in conjunction with the Young Artists Showcase. Workshops are open to all elementary and middle school students. This workshop will cover the basic fundamentals of printmaking. Bring a smock and dress for a mess.  

All levels Drawing & Painting with Lena Shiffman

Friday morning class

Animal Portraiture

with Andrea 

Drawing & Painting from Photographs

Margaret Fanning 

Young Artists Workshop - Cartooning

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Landscape & Flower Photography with Nancy Ori

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Encaustic Collage with Lorraine Glessner

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Build a Time Machine

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Wonderful Watercolor

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Beginner/Intermediate Watercolor Open Studio

Learn to use the basic watercolor techniques to create finished paintings in an Open Studio setting.  This class is for beginners who are familiar with watercolor painting, but still need hands on instruction using the medium.  We will paint from still lifes with instruction in color theory, composition, perspective, and finishing the piece.  Demonstrations and one-on-one instruction will be provided.

Explorations in Clay

Learn the basics of working with clay in this fun introductory course to the medium. Through various projects students will learn the basic techniques of creating pinch pots, coil pots, and slab projects, and also get to paint all of their projects. Come and explore methods of creating texture as well as form. Perfect for those not scared to get their hands dirty, and of course always dress for a mess. 

Pit Fire Workshop at the Takaezu Studio

with Karin Abromatis

Animal Portraiture & Landscapes

9:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.

Contemporary Fiber Arts with Anita Genovese

Join us for this introductory course to fiber techniques with a contemporary spin. Students will learn the history of fiber as a fine arts medium, and learn how it can be applied to 2D and 3D artwork, collage, sculpture, and mixed media assemblage. There will also be exploration of current contemporary fiber artists and their works, and students will be given an outlet for personal expression through their artwork. Techniques that will be covered include wet, needle, and Nuno felting, Shibori method, and stitching, binding, and dyeing.

Hunterdon Poets Reading in the Gallery

with Vasiliki Katsarou

Recycled Papermaking Workshop

with Anita Genovese

Digital Drawing & Painting

With Andrea Gianchiglia

Painting for Beginners

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Discover Felting

Workshop for children ages 8 - 12.

Gold Leaf Collage with Amelia Toelke

In this six hour workshop students will learn the basics of gold leafing. Participants will learn how to precisely and skillfully apply gold leaf to paper and use this material as a basis for creating collages. Mandalas, jewelry and historic objects will all be possible sources of inspiration. This workshop is a way to explore collage and paper, as well as to consider the role that material plays in design and concept development. All materials are provided.

Visit Amelia's website at http://ameliatoelke.com.

Let's Face It: Ceramic Portraiture with Pat Haase

Visiting Artist Workshop, winter 2020, taking place at the Toshiko Takaezu Studo. 

The address is:  1175 Croton Rd, Flemington, NJ (Quakertown).   After you park, you will walk across a little wooden bridge to the studio.   There will be a sign to point you in the right direction.  
Phone Number at the Studio:  908-735-8295
Fiber Arts for Teens

After School Class for Teens

Embroidered Apparel for Kids

Embroidery is the art of stitching designs onto fabric. In this workshop students will learn the basics of embroidery and how to use it to accessorize and personalize their apparel. Students will learn stitching techniques, how to make their own designs and create a patch that they can adhere to apparel and accessories in the future. No prior experience is needed, but students should come prepared with a few garments accessories to embroider on, such as sweatshirts, denim, tote bags, or fabric pencil cases. All other materials are provided.

Intro to Polymer Clay

Winter 2020 Visiting Artists Workshop in conjunction with exhibit. Taught by Emily Squires Levine. Website:  http://www.emilysquireslevine.com/

Felted Animal Portraiture

Winter 2020 Visiting Artist Workshop in conjunction with exhibitions. Taught by Katherine McClelland. Website:  https://www.marsupicool.com/

Discover Wet Felting

Visiting Artist Workshop Winter 2020, in conjunction with exhibition. Taught by Linda Brooks Hirschman. Website:  http://www.lindahirschmanartist.com/

Textural Felting with Eva Camacho-Sanchez

2 days: Saturday, March 28 & Sunday, March 29

10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

Tuition: $320; Member: $300 (plus $15 materials fee)

Take your work to the next level with this exploration of textural felting techniques. Learn Shibori felting, felting around resists, folds, cracks, ripplies, and more. Through detailed demonstrations and hands-on practice, students will experiment and create a few new pieces, all with great potential for continued embellishment such as stitching and embroidery. Designed for students with some felting experiences.

In The Gallery Together

Workshop for kids with an adult.

Drawing 101: The Basics

Adult workshop

Portrait Drawing Intensive

One Day Adult Workshop

Young Artists Workshop- Fiber Arts

Young Artists Workshops - Fiber Arts

Bobbin Lace Design: "Painting" w/ Ground Stitches

Taught by Pierre Fouché, spring 2020. 

 

Puppet Design

Summer camp taught by Tricia Hurley. 
Creativity knows no bounds in puppetry! Campers will create one-of-a-kind mixed media puppets out of materials ranging from fibers to clay to recycled materials. The week will end with a short puppet performance you won’t want to miss.

Wildlife Art

Summer camp taught by Andrea Gianchiglia.

Kids will go wild in this multimedia camp. Learn to depict wildlife creatures through drawing, painting, and three-dimensional techniques.

Fantasy Art

Summer camp taught by Doug Baron, full day (9 a.m. - 4 p.m., lunch is included). Please bring a tree-nut and peanut free snack for both A.M. and P.M., plus lunch daily.

Embrace the fantastic! Learn to use a range of media and techniques, including charcoal, pastel, acrylic paint and more to capture characters and beasts from the fantasy world.

Paint Pour & More

Summer camp taught by Barbara Kaiser.

Campers will think outside of the canvas in this fun camp that will take painting and crafts to new, unexpected places. Projects will include pour painting, string art, and more.

Engineer, Architect, Artist

Summer camp taught by Joseph Agabiti. 

Engineering, architecture, and artmaking come together in this multimedia camp. Campers will plan, build, and design their own structures and simple machines, incorporating art into the design process to make the world a more beautiful place to live, create, and play. 

Contemporary Creators

Summer camp taught by Andrea Gianchiglia. 

Campers will become contemporary creators as they learn about art being made today. Taking to the galleries of HAM to launch off their learning, students will be inspired by a diverse range of contemporary artists as they develop their own artwork in drawing, painting, sculpting and more.

Drawing 101.

Summer camp (4-day)

Camp Sampler: 2D/3D Art Studio

Sample camp options in these three days of mini-camps. Perfect for both the first-time HAM camper and returning friends, these camps run for a single session, from 9 a.m. – 12 p.m. and 1 – 4 p.m. Supervised lunchtime and after-care is optional each day. Sign up for just one or as many as you’d like to try! For ages 5 – 9.

Camp Sampler: By the Sea

Sample camp options in these three days of mini-camps. Perfect for both the first-time HAM camper and returning friends, these camps run for a single session, from 9 a.m. – 12 p.m. and 1 – 4 p.m. Supervised lunchtime and after-care is optional each day. Sign up for just one or as many as you’d like to try! For ages 5 – 9.

Camp Sampler: Nature Art

Sample camp options in these three days of mini-camps. Perfect for both the first-time HAM camper and returning friends, these camps run for a single session, from 9 a.m. – 12 p.m. and 1 – 4 p.m. Supervised lunchtime and after-care is optional each day. Sign up for just one or as many as you’d like to try! For ages 5 – 9.

Camp Sampler: Paint Pour & More

Sample camp options in these three days of mini-camps. Perfect for both the first-time HAM camper and returning friends, these camps run for a single session, from 9 a.m. – 12 p.m. and 1 – 4 p.m. Supervised lunchtime and after-care is optional each day. Sign up for just one or as many as you’d like to try! For ages 5 – 9.

Camp Sampler: My Pet Project

Sample camp options in these three days of mini-camps. Perfect for both the first-time HAM camper and returning friends, these camps run for a single session, from 9 a.m. – 12 p.m. and 1 – 4 p.m. Supervised lunchtime and after-care is optional each day. Sign up for just one or as many as you’d like to try! For ages 5 – 9.

Camp Sampler: Webs, Wings, Watercolor

Sample camp options in these three days of mini-camps. Perfect for both the first-time HAM camper and returning friends, these camps run for a single session, from 9 a.m. – 12 p.m. and 1 – 4 p.m. Supervised lunchtime and after-care is optional each day. Sign up for just one or as many as you’d like to try! For ages 5 – 9.

Lunch with the Bunch - Mini Camp

One day lunch with the bunch

After-Care Camp Sampler

One day after care

Interior Drawing with Andrea Gianchiglia

In this one-day workshop participants will conquer both one and two-point perspective  as they learn how to accurately and realistically create interior drawings. Through exercises and step-by-step demonstrations students will learn how to apply perspective in their drawings and paintings, and will be able to see - and capture - the world in a whole new way!

Sketching in Watercolor

Join illustrator Lena Shiffman for a fun and relaxing watercolor workshop. Learn how to sketch with your watercolors, forgetting about pencil lines and instead becoming loose and free with your paint. Students will be painting different objects from life, creating work that appears fresh and effortless. Some knowledge about watercolor will be helpful, but not necessary. All levels welcome.

Intro to Paper Marbling & Book Binding

Learn how to marble paper and use it for your one-of-a-kind book. Perfect for gifts, journals, or artist books.

Junior Architects

Kids After-School Class

 

Learn to draw and paint architectural structures, both real and imaginary. Students will use wet and dry media to create two-dimensional representations of buildings from direct observation as well as their own imagined dream houses. This class will focus on architecture and perspective while using mediums such as in ink and watercolor.

 

Art Journaling for Teens

Kids After-School Class

Jewelry Making for Kids

Workshop for Kids

Paper Marbling & Bookmaking for Teens

Kids Workshop

Intro to Book Publishing

Adult Class