Museum School Class Schedule

The E.L. Cord Museum School of the Nevada Museum of Art is accepting enrollment for the below classes. Classes are limited in size, therefore early registration is recommended. Scholarships are available for all ages. Please contact Claire Munoz at 775.398.7260.

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    BOOK ARTS: SIX BOOKS, ONE DAY / NON-ADHESIVE BOOKBINDING

    Saturday July 26, 2014 / 10:30AM - 4:30PM

    NOTE: This class has been rescheduled for August 30th

    An excellent introduction to the tools, techniques and resources of bookbinding, we will create three different non-adhesive book structures: an accordion book, a single signature chapbook and a book from a single sheet of paper. After this class you'll have the tools and know-how to begin making journals, artists' books, chapbooks and more.

    Instructor: Katherine Case
    Class Begins: Saturday July 26, 10:30AM - 4:30PM (closed)
    Ages: 15 and Up / All Levels
    Cost: $68 Museum members, $74 non-members

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    Required Supplies: Pencil, 18” metal ruler, Xacto knife (#10), Bookbinding Awl, Bone folder, scissors, medium binder clips, glue stick. NOTE: Please bring a sack lunch.

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    EXPLORATIONS IN PEN & INK (SOLD OUT)

    Saturdays, July 26 to August 2 / 1:00PM - 4:00PM

    Work from favorite photographs to create realistic interpretive drawing using just pen and ink. Instructor will introduce students to the various techniques in pen and ink including stippling, cross hatching and washes.

    Instructor: Erik Holland
    Class Begins: Saturday July 26, 1:00PM - 4:00PM (closed)
    Ages: 15 and up / All levels
    Cost: $48 Museum members, $54 non-members

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    Required Supplies: Smooth drawing paper, precise rolling ball pens, quill pens and inks, brushes for ink washes, pencil (for preliminary sketching), personal or collected photos for reference.

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    ART CLINIC: FIGURE DRAWING TECHNIQUES

    Sunday July 27, 2014 / 1:00PM - 4:00PM

    Students will enjoy an introduction (or a refresher) to basic figure drawing techniques. In this mini clinic, students will explore simple steps to creating proportional figure sketches. Looking at basic shapes and lines, form and gesture students will learn how to compose the human figure on the page. Print images and an articulated table-top model will be provide for reference (this is not a live model class).

    Instructor: Dan Helzer
    Class Begins: Sunday July 27, 1:00PM - 4:00PM
    Ages: 15 and up / All levels
    Cost: $24 Museum members, $27 non-members

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    Required Supplies: TBA

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    KIDS' CORNER: PAINTING & DRAWING BASICS

    Tuesday July 29 to Thursday July 31 / 1:00PM - 4:00PM

    Using a selection of drawing and painting materials, kids ages 7-12 will enjoy exploring basic techniques and principles and elements of design while creating personalized artworks.

    Instructor: Margaret Walsh
    Class Begins: Tuesday July 29, 1:00PM - 4:00PM
    Ages: 7 - 12 / All Levels
    Cost: $74 Museum members, $82 non-members

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    PLEIN AIR PAINTING: CAPTURING THE MORNING LIGHT (VIRGINIA STREET BRIDGE)

    Wednesday July 30, 2014 / 8:00AM - 11:00AM

    Start oil painting, play with acrylics, experiment with water soluble oils or dabble in watercolor in this light summer series. Using a limited palette of harmonized color students can expect to complete one basic pochades (preliminary painted sketches) capturing the summer morning light. Classes will be held off-site at local scenic outdoor locations. Note, this class meets for six weeks, June 25 – July 30, but classes are sold individually to accommodate summer travelers. Please register for each session you plan on attending separately.

    Instructor: Erik Holland
    Class Begins: Wednesday July 30, 8:00AM - 11:00AM
    Ages: 15 and up / All levels
    Cost: $24 Museum members, $27 non-members

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    Required Supplies: 8” x 10” or 9”x 12” canvas panels (one to two panels per session) or watercolor paper if working in watercolor.
    Oil or Acrylic Paints
    Recommended Colors
    - Titanium White
    - Ivory black
    - Ultramarine Blue
    - Cadmium Red Medium
    - Cadmium Yellow (pale or light)
    Optional Colors
    - Alizarian Crimson
    - Cerulean Blue
    - Burnt Sienna
    - Raw Sienna
    - Yellow Ocher
    - Viridian Green
    - Burnt Umber
    Selection of brushes
    Pallet
    Painting knife
    Turpenoid (odorless mineral spirits) and small container with lid
    Water with Container (if working in acrylics or watercolor)
    French box easel (or similar)
    Paper towels

    Directions:
    Take I 80 to Virginia Street.
    Take Virginia Street south to the old bridge.
    You can generally park near the bridge, but you will need about $3 in quarters for the meters.
    Paint the old bridge, or the river, or any structure.

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    LIFE DRAWING: OPEN STUDIO (AT THE HOLLAND PROJECT)

    Wednesdays, August 6 to August 20 / 6:00PM - 9:00PM

    Improve your life drawing skills and explore a variety of media while working freely from a nude model in this popular open studio class. The instructor will be present to coordinate class and offer instruction upon request. Both male and female models will be posed and drawn.

    NOTE: This class will be held offsite at the Holland Project Gallery at 140 Vest Street in Reno.

    Instructor: Jerry Stinson
    Class Begins: Wednesday August 6, 6:00PM - 9:00PM
    Ages: 18 and up / All levels
    Cost: $72 Museum members, $81 non-members

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    Suggested Supplies: The following are suggested basic supplies - all media are welcome, so please bring whatever supplies you need for whichever media you are using.
    - Drawing board – 20”x 26” or larger (light-weight masonite works best)
    - Newsprint pad – 18”x 24” – rough surface recommended
    - Bull dog clamps or similar to attach pad to board
    - Medium and Support Items:
    - Vine charcoal, thin and fat pieces
    - Choice of conte crayon, 6B graphite pencil or sticks, china marker, compressed charcoal, carbon pencils, or any suitable medium for drawing on newsprint
    - Large kneaded eraser
    - Pink pearl eraser
    - Portable pencil sharpener or utility knife (best for soft/medium pencils)
    - Clean small rags
    - Sandpaper pad for sharpening drawing mediums
    - Stumps for blending (optional)

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    MANDALAS: MEDITATIVE DRAWING

    Thursday August 7, 2014 / 10:00AM - 2:00PM

    Students will explore the origins of the mandala (radiant) and the significance of these designs to various cultures. Students will explore techniques to still their minds and bodies in order to relax and allow mandalas to flow onto paper. Students will experience the joy of learning the construction techniques that allow the inner self to manifest in a physical design filled with color and intricacy. All necessary materials will be provided, but, if you have a journal or your own pens and colored pencils that you enjoy using, please bring them. Instructor will also discuss journaling with mandalas to draw even deeper benefits from the techniques.

    In addition, class will have an opportunity to view Doris Duke’s Shangri La: Architecture, Landscape, and Islamic Art and will explore the tradition of mandala use in art.

    Instructor: Kaleigh Surber
    Class Begins: Thursday August 7, 10:00AM - 2:00PM
    Ages: 15 and up / All levels
    Cost: $42 Museum members, $46 non-members

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    LEARN TO DRAW AND PAINT HORSES

    Saturday August 9, 2014 / 9:00AM - 5:00PM

    In this day long class, students will enjoy drawing using two live horses for reference. Students will explore proportions, bone structure and muscles as well as selecting colors when painting. Simplified lessons will break down the parts and structure of the horse. After a lunch break the class will try their hand at painting with assistance. Students may choose to continue to draw, if they wish.

    Instructor: Lady Jill Mueller
    Class Begins: Saturday August 9, 9:00AM - 5:00PM
    Ages: 18 and Up / Beginning to Intermediate Levels
    Cost: $72 Museum members, $81 non-members

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    Required Supplies: Sketchbook, 2-B and 6-B pencils, eraser, folding chair, umbrella and lunch.

    For those wishing to paint, please bring your selection of painting materials. Questions: Contact Lady Jill at jill@ladyjill.com

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    BOOK ARTS: CARDS TO DYE FOR

    Wednesday August 13 to Thursday August 14 / 10:30AM - 2:30PM

    Experiment with dyes and papers to create wonderful cards personalized cards in this two-day workshop. Emploring a sense of freedom and discovery students will embrace the fluid nature of colored inks to create one-of-a-kind mixed-media cards. Students will explore basic paper handling techniques and will learn to prepare and dye their cards. Dyes, papers, cards and envelopes are included with course registration.

    Instructor: Carol Pallesen
    Class Begins: Wednesday August 13, 10:30AM - 2:30PM
    Ages: 15 and Up / All Levels
    Cost: $89 Museum members, $98 non-members

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    Required Supplies: Bone folder, pencil, ruler, eraser, rubber gloves (to keep dyes from staining cuticles!)

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    STITCH AND B1%@#: COLOR BLOCKED CUSTOM APRONS

    Thursdays, August 14 to August 21 / 5:30PM - 8:30PM

    Mama may have taught you to sew, but it wasn’t quite like this! Get to know your portable sewing machines and basic sewing techniques in a fun and casual environment. Students will sew a color blocked apron while learning how to navigate their own sewing machine.

    Instructor: Casey Sibley
    Class Begins: Thursday August 14, 5:30PM - 8:30PM
    Ages: 15 and up / All levels
    Cost: $56 Museum members, $64 non-members

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    Required Supplies: • Sewing machine (will need a standard foot and zipper foot, also bring your sewing manual if available)
    • ¾ yard of exterior tote/pouch fabric
    • ¾ yard of coordinating interior/lining fabric
    • spool of coordinating dual duty/all purpose thread
    • 7” coordinating zipper (recommend Coats & Clark All Purpose Polyester zipper or equivalent)
    • water Soluble fabric pen or fabric chalk
    • measuring tape
    • seam ripper
    • sewing pins/straight pins (recommend type with colored ball ends)
    • pin cushion
    • 2-3 bobbins
    • extra sewing machine needles (bring heavy duty/jeans needles if using canvas for your tote)
    • fabric scissors
    Suggested Supplies:
    Some supply available for shared use, but please bring if you already have: large cutting mat; rotary cutters; clear plastic fabric rulers; iron

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    PHOTOGRAPHY: SPEED LIGHTING

    Thursdays, August 14 to August 28 / 5:30PM - 8:30PM

    This photography class is for students who own, or are planning to own, a Speedlight for their cameras (The small flash that can be attached to the top of the camera). Students will learn how to create better light on and off the camera with this lighting accessory and go from flat ugly lighting, to creating light that can compete with expensive studio lighting. This class is perfect for those just learning about lighting, and professionals who are looking to add the power of Speedlights to their skill set.

    Instructor: MD Welch
    Class Begins: Thursday August 14, 5:30PM - 8:30PM
    Ages: 15 and Up / All Levels
    Cost: $72 Museum members, $81 non-members

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    Required Supplies: A Speedlight is not required for the first week of class, but recommended. For the second week of class, Students will need to bring a Speedlight to class for the second week.
    Students will also need to bring their DSLR cameras, manuals, additional lenses, charged batteries for both Speedlights and cameras, as well as memory cards.
    ADDITIONAL MATERIALS
    Students may also want to purchase a light stand(s), umbrella adaptors, and a umbrella for their Speedlights. However, students may want to hold off on purchasing gear until after
    the first week of classes’ gear overview, so they know what to buy and not to buy. These additional materials would be used during the second week of class, and are not necessary for the first week.

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    TAPESTRY: SHANGRI LA INSPIRED PILLOW CASE

    Saturdays, August 16 to August 30 / 10:00AM - 2:00PM

    Students learn the basics of weaving on Day 1. On Day 2 & 3, students will select one of two available patterns inspired by the exhibition, Doris Duke’s Shangri La: Architecture, Landscape and Islamic Art to complete a 17” woven pillowcase. Note: classes are held off site at Toni Lowden's Studio in Reno. Registration includes a $140 material fee which includes the pattern, yarns and a loom for the students to keep.

    NOTE:Experienced student can opt out of the intro lesson on Day 1 which will reduce the class price by $40.

    Instructor: Toni Lowden
    Class Begins: Saturday August 16, 10:00AM - 2:00PM
    Ages: 15 and up / All levels
    Cost: $236 Museum members, $248 non-members

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    Required Supplies: Materials provided by instructor and included in registration. Classes are held at Toni Lowden's Studio in Reno (address will be provided to registered students). Bring a sack lunch.

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    BOTANICAL ILLUSTRATIONS: SUNFLOWERS

    Sunday August 24, 2014 / 11:00AM - 4:00PM

    Learn techniques of botanical illustration to capture the vibrant colors of sunflowers using a combination of ink and watercolor. This class is open to al levels.

    Instructor: Carroll Charlet
    Class Begins: Sunday August 24, 11:00AM - 4:00PM
    Ages: 15 and up / All levels
    Cost: $43 Museum members, $48 non-members

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    Required Supplies: Basic watercolor kit that includes yellow, orange and greens.
    No. 6 OR No 8 pointed watercolor brush
    Small round 10-well pallet OR white dinner plate
    2 mechanical pencils
    Kneaded eraser
    Fine point (01 OR 005) black ink pen. Must be permanent and waterproof.
    Roll of paper towels

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    FOOD PHOTOGRAPHY FOR THE FOODIE

    Wednesdays, August 27 to September 3 / 6:00PM - 9:00PM

    Foodies will explore lighting, composition, and food styling in a professional studio environment with local professional photographer, Jeff Ross. This class is great for food bloggers, restaurateurs, both amateur and professional chefs and photographers or just your average foodie! Students will need a digital SLR camera with manual control for shutter speed and aperture, computer (home or laptop) with image editing software, and a flash drive to transport images. NOTE: Classes are taught off site at Jeff Ross' professional studio and limited to ten students.

    Instructor: Jeff Ross
    Class Begins: Wednesday August 27, 6:00PM - 9:00PM
    Ages: 15 and Up / Intermediate Levels
    Cost: $94 Museum members, $99 non-members

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    Required Supplies: Digital slr with manual control for shutter speed and aperture, computer with image editing software, flash drive to transport images. Classes are held offsite at Jeff Ross' studio (address will be provided to registered students).

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    GIRLS NIGHT OUT: LUXE LETTERING

    Thursday August 28, 2014 / 6:00PM - 8:30PM

    Ladies are invited to get crafty with this fun and social workshop. Create personalized "Thank You" notes using a super-luxe hand-lettering style! All materials including metallic and colored inks, nibs, pen-holders and cards are included with registration. Bring old friends, meet new ones and have a great night over a glass (or two!) of wine and a fun project designed for all skill levels. This Girl’s Night Out is taught by the Museum's graphic designer Amanda Tennant and owner of the design + letterpress studio, Forever Heyday.

    Instructor: Amanda Tennant
    Class Begins: Thursday August 28, 6:00PM - 8:30PM
    Ages: 21 and Up / All Levels
    Cost: $34 Museum members, $38 non-members

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    BOOK ARTS: NON-ADHESIVE BOOKBINDING / SIX BOOKS, ONE DAY

    Saturday August 30, 2014 / 10:30AM - 4:30PM

    An excellent introduction to the tools, techniques and resources of bookbinding, we will create three different non-adhesive book structures: an accordion book, a single signature chapbook and a book from a single sheet of paper. After this class you'll have the tools and know-how to begin making journals, artists' books, chapbooks and more.

    Instructor: Katherine Case
    Class Begins: Saturday August 30, 10:30AM - 4:30PM
    Ages: 15 and up / All levels
    Cost: $68 Museum members, $74 non-members

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    Required Supplies: Pencil, 18” metal ruler, Xacto knife (#10), Bookbinding Awl, Bone folder, scissors, medium binder clips, glue stick. NOTE: Please bring a sack lunch.

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    KIDS' CORNER: MAKING ART FROM NATURE

    Wednesdays, September 3 to September 24 / 3:30PM - 5:30PM

    Young artists will enjoy creating art inspired by nature and learning basic painting and drawing techniques in four-week series. All materials and a snack are included with registration.

    Instructor: Merry Mathers
    Class Begins: Wednesday September 3, 3:30PM - 5:30PM
    Ages: 7 - 12 years
    Cost: $74 Museum members, $82 non-members

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    LIFE DRAWING: OPEN STUDIO (AT THE HOLLAND PROJECT)

    Wednesdays, September 3 to September 17 / 6:00PM - 9:00PM

    Improve your life drawing skills and explore a variety of media while working freely from a nude model in this popular open studio class. The instructor will be present to coordinate class and offer instruction upon request. Both male and female models will be posed and drawn.

    NOTE: This class will be held offsite at the Holland Project Gallery at 140 Vest Street in Reno.

    Instructor: Jerry Stinson
    Class Begins: Wednesday September 3, 6:00PM - 9:00PM
    Ages: 18 and up / All levels
    Cost: $72 Museum members, $81 non-members

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    Suggested Supplies: The following are suggested basic supplies - all media are welcome, so please bring whatever supplies you need for whichever media you are using.
    - Drawing board – 20”x 26” or larger (light-weight masonite works best)
    - Newsprint pad – 18”x 24” – rough surface recommended
    - Bull dog clamps or similar to attach pad to board
    - Medium and Support Items:
    - Vine charcoal, thin and fat pieces
    - Choice of conte crayon, 6B graphite pencil or sticks, china marker, compressed charcoal, carbon pencils, or any suitable medium for drawing on newsprint
    - Large kneaded eraser
    - Pink pearl eraser
    - Portable pencil sharpener or utility knife (best for soft/medium pencils)
    - Clean small rags
    - Sandpaper pad for sharpening drawing mediums
    - Stumps for blending (optional)

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    DSLR CAMERA BASICS

    Saturdays, September 6 to September 13 / 10:30AM - 2:30PM

    This class is designed for beginning to intermediate photographers who have purchased a digital single-lens reflex (DSLR) camera, which is a camera with removable lenses. Course participants will explore the specific features of DSLR cameras, as well as general photographic skills and techniques to make great pictures.

    Instructor: MD Welch
    Class Begins: Saturday September 6, 10:30AM - 2:30PM
    Ages: 15 and up / All levels
    Cost: $64 Museum members, $72 non-members

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    Required Supplies: Students are required to bring have a DSLR camera, as well as their camera’s manual. A fully charged battery and memory card are also necessary for class. Any lenses that they own should also be brought to class.

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    BOTANICAL ILLUSTRATIONS: FALL COLORS

    Sundays, September 7 to September 21 / 11:30AM - 3:30PM

    Capture the beauty of autumn leaves and fruits through the techniques of botanical illustration. Students will learn to create watercolor and ink pictures and cards of autumn specimens. This class is open to all levels.

    Instructor: Carroll Charlet
    Class Begins: Sunday September 7, 11:30AM - 3:30PM
    Ages: 15 and Up / All Levels
    Cost: $96 Museum members, $108 non-members

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    Required Supplies: Basic watercolor set (Reeves or Richardson set of 12 is fine)
    No. 6 OR No 8 pointed watercolor brush
    9x12 Tablet of 140# Arches watercolor paper
    Small round 10-well pallet OR white dinner plate
    2 mechanical pencils
    Kneaded eraser
    Fine point (01 OR 005) black ink pen. Must be permanent and waterproof.
    Roll of paper towels

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    GIRLS NIGHT OUT: TRANSFER PRINTED TEA TOWELS

    Thursday September 11, 2014 / 6:00PM - 8:00PM

    Ladies are invited to get crafty with this fun and social workshop. Create hand printed tea towels using transferred photocopied images. All materials including are included with registration, however please bring images (printed on a toner-based printer) of your choosing to personalize your tea towels. A selection of images will also be provided. Bring old friends, meet new ones and have a great night over a glass (or two!) of wine and a fun project designed for all skill levels.

    Instructor: Kelly Wallis
    Class Begins: Thursday September 11, 6:00PM - 8:00PM
    Ages: 21 and Up / All Levels
    Cost: $34 Museum members, $38 non-members

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    Required Supplies: Images printed on a toner-based printer (ink jet will NOT work). If using any lettering, print in REVERSE!!

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    STUDIO PHOTOGRAPHY: DRAMATIC PORTRAITURE

    Wednesdays, September 17 to October 1 / 6:00PM - 9:00PM

    Explore dramatic portrait photography in a professional studio environment. Students will work with live models in a variety of period and dramatic costumes and will experiment with various qualities of light, including natural and artificial, framing and composition and variations in the photographic environment.

    NOTE: Classes are taught off site at Jeff Ross' Studio.

    Instructor: Jeff Ross
    Class Begins: Wednesday September 17, 6:00PM - 9:00PM
    Ages: 15 and Up / Intermediate Levels
    Cost: $111 Museum members, $123 non-members

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    Required Supplies: Digital slr with manual control for shutter speed and aperture, computer with image editing software, flash drive to transport images. Classes are held offsite at Jeff Ross' studio (address will be provided to registered students).

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    EXPLORING WATERCOLOR TECHNIQUES

    Thursday September 18, 2014 / 5:30PM - 8:30PM

    Explore the medium of watercolor without the commitment. Learn techniques such as wet on wet, washes, hard edges, glazing and much more. This class is for beginners and those seeking a deeper exploration of watercolors. All supplies will be provided.

    Instructor: Carroll Charlet
    Class Begins: Thursday September 18, 5:30PM - 8:30PM
    Ages: 15 and up / All levels
    Cost: $32 Museum members, $29 non-members

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    KIDS' CORNER: PORTRAITS

    Saturday September 20, 2014 / 10:30AM - 1:30PM

    Using a selection of drawing materials, kids ages 7-12 will enjoy exploring basic drawing techniques while creating wonderful portraits. All materials are included. Please bring a sack lunch.

    Instructor: Margaret Walsh
    Class Begins: Saturday September 20, 10:30AM - 1:30PM
    Ages: 7 - 12 / All Levels
    Cost: $24 Museum members, $27 non-members

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    FUN WITH COLOR FOR THE WATERCOLORIST

    Thursdays, September 25 to October 16 / 1:30PM - 5:00PM

    Explore the excitement of selecting and mixing colors in watercolor for optimal results. Students will enjoy demonstrations as well as plenty of opportunity for experimentation. Some familiarity with the medium is recommended.

    Instructor: Lady Jill Mueller
    Class Begins: Thursday September 25, 1:30PM - 5:00PM
    Ages: 15 and Up / Some experience with Watercolors
    Cost: $112 Museum members, $126 non-members

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    Required Supplies: Watercolor paper - either many sheets 11 X 15 or a large tablet
    2 large round brushes
    Water container
    Paper towels
    Bring all tubes of watercolor paint that you have
    Add a few new watercolors to your palette and different brands.

    Questions: contact Lady Jill at jill@ladyjill.com

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    KIDS' CORNER: NEVADA LANDSCAPES

    Wednesdays, October 1 to October 22 / 3:30PM - 5:30PM

    Young artists will enjoy learning basic painting and drawing techniques in four-week series exploring the dramatic landscapes of Nevada. Students will enjoy a visit to the Museum's collections to draw inspiration for their own work. All materials and a snack are included with registration.

    Instructor: Merry Mathers
    Class Begins: Wednesday October 1, 3:30PM - 5:30PM
    Ages: 7 - 12 years
    Cost: $74 Museum members, $82 non-members

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    BOOK ARTS: COPTIC-STYLE HARDCOVER JOURNAL

    Saturday October 4, 2014 / 10:30AM - 4:30PM

    Create a beautiful hardcover journal with exposed sewing on the spine and inventive book covers. The Coptic-style book is an ancient structure that combines beauty and durability. In addition to learning this extraordinary technique, you will learn how to easily adapt the structure to create a photo album and create permanent collage book covers with gel medium. Some bookbinding experience is helpful but not required.

    Instructor: Katherine Case
    Class Begins: Saturday October 4, 10:30AM - 4:30PM
    Ages: 15 and up / All levels
    Cost: $73 Museum members, $79 non-members

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    Required Supplies: Pencil, 18” metal ruler, Xacto knife (#10), Bookbinding Awl, Bone folder, scissors, medium and large binder clips, 1” glue brush. NOTE: Please bring a sack lunch.

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    BOOK ARTS: TINY WRITING FOR TINY BOOKS

    Sundays, October 5 to November 2 / 1:00PM - 4:00PM

    Make your letters small, smaller, smallest as we work with tools conducive to tiny writing: microns, crowquills, and sharpened edged pens. Learn three alphabets: Monoline Itallic, Clothesline Caps, and Willow Bay Hand—and investigate the demands that tiny writing places in these tools. The delightful results will be used in several miniature book creations, boxes and greeting cards.

    Instructor: Carol Pallesen
    Class Begins: Sunday October 5, 1:00PM - 4:00PM
    Ages: 15 and up / All levels
    Cost: $168 Museum members, $182 non-members

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    Required Supplies: TBA