Arts announce fall of funSeptember 3, 2020
By Herald Staff
JASPER — Jasper Community Arts announced on Thursday a virtual fall of fun with the arts. A variety of workshops are available for kids — kindergarten through 12th grade — as well as adults.
Virtual fall workshops will be offered for six weeks this fall. Workshops being offered virtually include photography, basic oil paintings, kids clay, adult clay, exploring landscapes, sketch of the week, fall fun creations, sweatpants and canvas, stay-at-home art, audition techniques and theater fundamentals.
All virtual workshops will take place via Zoom. In the days leading up to the start of the workshops, participants will be sent an email with a Zoom link to attend each workshop day. A suggested list of materials and supplies will be given to each participant. Supplies will not be provided for virtual classes unless noted in the description.
You may register online at jasperarts.corsizio.com, by phone or by mail. For additional information, call the Jasper Arts Center at 482-3070 or visit jasperarts.org for the registration form.
Registration deadline is Friday, Sept. 25.
These programs are made possible in part by a grant from the Indiana Arts Commission; the Friends of the Arts, Inc.; the Arts Council of Southwestern Indiana and the Dubois County Community Foundation.
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