Classes

Modern Embroidery for Teens Ages 12 – 17

  Modern Embroidery for Teens Ages 12 – 17 This 2-week workshop will explore contemporary embroidery and the ways thread and fabric can be used to create art. Students will learn how to transfer designs onto fabric and “draw” with … Continue reading

Introduction to Silk Screening for Teens Ages 12 – 17

  Introduction to Silk Screening for Teens Ages 12 – 17 This workshop will cover the basics of creating and inking silk screen images. Students will explore two direct screen making techniques and two printing techniques to create a one-of-a-kind … Continue reading

Arts on Tap

  Arts on Tap TAP’s social workshop series where you can try your hand at different art forms, enjoy a drink, and let creativity flow. Arts on Tap: Mark Making Thursday August 2,  6 – 8:30 p.m. Give the paintbrush … Continue reading

Plein Air Painting in the Park

  Plein Air Painting in the Park Come learn the art of painting the landscape out in the open air, also known as “plein air.” Visiting the parks within walking distance from The ARTS Project, we will discuss how to … Continue reading

Painting the Head in Charcoal

  Painting the Head in Charcoal Learn the anatomy of the human head as we work from live models using charcoals in this new four week course. Abandoning the fuss of oil paints, students will have the opportunity to better … Continue reading

Figurative Abstraction

  Figurative Abstraction – CLASS SOLD OUT This fun two day workshop will develop your eye for abstraction, for the simple shapes of the human form, and to compose a more pleasing, satisfying painting from these shapes. Working with a professional … Continue reading

London Comic Jam

  Join us once a month at TAP from 6 – 9 p.m. for the free London Comic Jam — a fun night of creativity and good cheer with fellow artists! These nights are put on by Runciman Press, Heroes Comics and London … Continue reading

Portrait Study Basics

  Portrait Study Basics Prerequisite: Open to all levels, ideally students will have previously completed the Drawing Basics I course or equivalent. Drawing the human head is one of the most fascinating and important steps in studying the human figure. … Continue reading

Figure Study Basics

  Figure Study Basics Prerequisite: Open to all levels, ideally students will have previously completed the Drawing Basics I course or equivalent. This four week course is for beginners students, interested in improving their skills in drawing the human form. … Continue reading

Figure Study Basics

  Figure Study Basics Prerequisite: Open to all levels, ideally students will have previously completed the Drawing Basics I course or equivalent. This four week course is for beginner students interested in improving their skills in drawing the human form. … Continue reading