Jasper Community Arts to host virtual art workshopsFebruary 11, 2021
By Herald Staff
JASPER — Jasper Community Arts will host six-week virtual art workshops this winter for kids in kindergarten through 12th grade and adults.
The workshops, which will be over Zoom, include drawing, clay, watercolor, journaling, painting and stay-at-home art. There will also be two additional lessons called Modern Art Meltdown and First Impressions by the Impressionists.
JCA has adapted to the pandemic by moving many of its events online, from holiday performances to art galleries to cooking classes hosted by Education Coordinator Donna Schepers.
The art workshops are made possible by funding from a grant from the Indiana Arts Commission, Friends of the Arts Inc., the Arts Council of Southwestern Indiana and the Dubois County Community Foundation.
In the days before each workshop, participants will be sent an email with a Zoom link and a suggested list of supplies, which will not be provided unless noted otherwise.
The earliest workshops will begin Feb. 22 and all workshops will continue into mid-March.
Those interested in participating can register here or by phone or mail. Additional information can be found by calling JCA at 812-482-3070. The deadline to register is Feb. 18.
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