Education & Classes

Art Classes for Adults & Teens

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Exploring The Arts For Adults

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Sunday Afternoon Fun with Art

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Other Classes

WELCOME TO MAKING MUSIC TOGETHER: PRE-SCHOOL MUSIC TIME IN MARSHFIELD

For children ages, 6 months – 4 years singing and playing to fun music and traditional songs.

SESSIONS

We meet on Monday or Thursday mornings in the Fall, Winter, and Spring. Cost is $50 per child.

Winter Session: Mondays, January 9, 2023, to February 20, 2023 OR Thursdays, January 12, 2023, to February 23, 2023

Spring Session: Mondays, March 13, 2023, to April 24, 2023 OR Thursdays, March 16, 2023, to April 27, 2023

8:30 – 9:00 (My First Year) starting at 6 months

9:15- 9:45 (I’m Two)

10:00-10:30 (I’m Three)

10:45-11:15 (I’m Four) Mon. only

Edie Smazal, instructor

Register at: makingmusic2gether.net

Email: edie.smazal@gmail.com


Art Share

Art Share is a gathering for adult working artists, crafters, and creative beginners. A brand new program at Chestnut Center for the Arts!

Participants can bring materials and tools from home to work on a project.

Learn new techniques, explore new mediums, ask for critique/feedback, share supplies, knowledge, and just in general; network, collaborate and make friendships.

Don’t have anything to work on? That’s ok! We’ll provide some basic supplies to get you started on your creative journey.

Art Share is FREE for our creative community, but donations are appreciated.

Check out our Facebook Events by clicking the button below to find out when our next Art Share gathering is!


Norwegian Rosemaling

Rosemaling is a decorative folk art painting from Norway that took its roots in the 18th and 19th centuries. 

In this class, we will explore how we can take rosemaling to the 21st century with a new contemporary look. We will still keep the basic rosemaling strokes and concepts to create a one-of-a-kind piece of rosemaling. For inspiration, we will look at the late Sigmund Aarseth’s style of contemporary rosemaling which he labeled Sigmaling. 

Discover the fun of working alongside other decorative painting enthusiasts in an atmosphere of mutual friendship and interest.

Registration fee: $140; includes canvas project and handouts.

Register by Friday, January 25.

To register or for further information, contact Carol Bender at (715) 315-0124 or email benderfam@charter.net