Drawing in the Cafe

Date: September 10 - October 1
Times: 4 Sundays, 2:00 - 5:00 pm
Instructor: Wallace Ryan

Drawing in the Cafe is a wonderful exploration of St. John's cafes with artist Wallace Ryan. He will show you the basics and practices of drawing out in the real world. You will learn how to draw people and interior and exterior scenes from a variety of cafes which dot our downtown landscape. A great course for beginners and for the advanced student looking to hone their skills.

Fee: $105 (includes HST, supplies extra)

Price: $105.00

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Rug Hooking: An Introduction (Fall)

Dates: September 10 - 24
Time
: 3 Sundays, 2:30 - 5:30 pm
Instructor: Catherine McCausland

Details:  If you spend a few afternoons learning how to hook rugs with Catherine McCausland, then you might just get hooked for life.  In this beginners’ course, you’ll learn the basic technique, and about the tools and materials used for rug hooking.  You’ll work on small piece - learning by doing - as you transfer your design onto the burlap, cut and prepare the fabric, and start hooking.  Finishing techniques will be demonstrated as you may need additional time to finish your wall hanging.

Fee:  $118 (includes HST and supplies)

 

Price: $118.00

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Figure Drawing (Fall)

Date: September 11 - October 23 (no class October 9)
Time: 6 Mondays, 7:00 - 9:30 pm
Instructor: Wallace Ryan

Details: Learn to understand and draw the human form in all its wonderful complexities and subtleties. You will learn to capture gestures, balance, proportion, form, structure, and shading, using both male and female nude models in a respectful and encouraging atmosphere. The human body is notorious for its difficulty - by approaching this with the aid of a talented and experienced instructor, you will come to understand important techniques for maintaining balance and proportion while crafting the details that create a believable and moving representation.

Fee: $180 (includes HST, supplies extra)

Price: $180.00

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Embroidery Study Programme Part 5: Stumpwork (A Continuation)

The Hand Embroidery Programme is a five course intensive, each course taking 30 hours to complete with the addition of homework assignments and written components.

Date: September 11 - October 16
Time: 6 Mondays, 7:00 - 9:00 pm
Instructor: Susan Furneaux

Part 5
Stumpwork
Advanced Level

Popular in 17th Century Britain, Stumpwork was comprised of embroidered figures, insects, and animals to portray biblical tales or stories from court. Combining many techniques, Stumpwork is a challenging form of needlework; its historic purpose was to showcase the skill of the embroiderer. Students will sample a number of padding, lace, and figure making techniques. Students will complete a small figurative portrait.

Click here for supply list

Note: This is a course designed as a continuation for participants who have already completed Embroidery Study Programme Pt. 5 

Fee: $92 

Are you ready to take your stitching to the next level? This five part programme of study will immerse the student in the ancient art of embellishing cloth with stitches.  Each part will explore the technical approaches to a specific embroidery technique, as well as, outline steps necessary to bring individuality in design and stitch application.  The Hand Embroidery Programme is perfect for those who have a strong interest in creating fine craft, haute couture, costuming, historical textiles as well as conservation and restoration practices.

While it is not required to take each course in sequence; it is recommended.  Strong skills and foundation techniques learned in Parts 1 and 2 are necessary for Parts 3 – 5. Taking the each Course in succession will lead to a greater understanding of embroidery design and process.

Students will be awarded a Certificate of Achievement from the Anna Templeton Centre for Craft Art and Design upon successful completion of all Parts.

Click Here for the full details of the Hand Embroidery Programme.

Price: $92.00

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Machine Sewing: An Introduction

Dates:
4 Mondays, 6:30 - 9:30 pm, September 11 - October 2
or
4 Wednesdays, 6:30 - 9:30 pm, November 1 - November 22

Instructor: Gina Rae King

Details: This short course is an ideal choice for anyone who wants to get started machine sewing.  You will learn about machine set up, parts and accessories, cutting patterns, sewing straight and curved seams, finishing techniques, and more.  You will learn the basic skills as you as you gain hands-on experience, follow a simple pattern, and complete two projects: a canvas tote bag with accent and a pair of comfy pajama pants. We provide sewing machines and sewing notions.

Fee:  $135 (HST is included, supplies are extra)

Note:  Supplies for this sewing class are purchased directly from the instructor for a $35 fee

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Price: $135.00

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Abstract Methods in Drawing & Painting

Date: September 12 - October 10
Time: 5 Tuesdays, 6:30 - 9:30 pm
Instructor: TBA

Abstract Methods in Drawing & Painting: Exploring the relationship of form and colour using a variety of methods and materials

Details: Paul Klee once said “A Line is a dot that went for a walk”.  Take your art practice for a walk through the exploration of Abstract Methods in Drawing & Painting.  Students will become familiar with abstraction through the relationship of form and colour.  Transform perceived information into conceptual information through marks and mark-making.  Explore colour and movement through non-objective art.  Loosen up your painting style with a wide range of techniques and materials. Make marks which convey your feelings.  Students of all levelsare welcome in this class.

Fee: $168

Price: $168.00

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Weaving on the Loom: an Introduction

Date: September 12 - October 17
Time: 6 Tuesdays, 6:30 - 9:30 pm
Instructor: Pearl Fifield

In this six week introductory class you will learn the ins and outs of weaving on a loom! Pearl will lead you through the preparation of your warp, loom set-up, and rolling on. An overview of the looms' functional components will teach you to read basic threading patterns. You will produce a series of samples in plain weave, basket weave, and twill, before completing a small project of your own: a table runner, scarf, place mats, or series of trivets are all great beginner projects.

Materials for practice and samples will be provided and your instructor will advise the material required for the final project, which will be purchased individually.

Please note this class is restricted to seven participants so each person has access to a loom.

Fee: $188 (includes HST and some supplies)

Price: $188.00

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Machine Sewing: Beyond the Basics

Dates: September 12 - October 19
Time: 5 Tuesdays, 6:30 - 9:30 pm
Instructor: Gina Rae King

Are you comfortable at a sewing machine?  Do you have basic sewing skills?  Are you ready for a new challenge that will take your sewing skills to the next level?  If you have answered yes to these questions and you would like to learn how to sew clothing & garments, then you are ready for "Machine Sewing: Beyond the Basics".   In the first class, your sewing instructor Gina Rae, will discuss project options and help you choose a project that will challenge your skills & you feel ready to take on.   Everyone will complete at least one garment as Gina Rae guides you expertly through the sewing process step by step.  You learn by doing and advance your sewing skills with the experience.    

Fee:
$168 (includes HST, supplies extra)

This class is restricted to eight participants to ensure adequate time with the instructor.

Price: $168.00

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Embroidery Study Programme, Part 1: Counted Thread Embroidery

The Hand Embroidery Programme is a five course intensive, each course taking 30 hours to complete with the addition of homework assignments and written components.

Dates: September 13 - November 15
Time: 10 Wednesdays, 6:00 - 9:00 pm
Instructor: Susan Furneaux

Part 1: Counted Thread Embroidery
Introductory Level

An exploration of counted embroidery techniques including blackwork, cross stitch, pulled and drawn thread, Hardanger, canvas work, pattern darning and hemstitching.  Traditional and contemporary materials, as well as chart design and creation will be explored. Historical context of each technique will be discussed.

Fee: $190 

Are you ready to take your stitching to the next level? This five part programme of study will immerse the student in the ancient art of embellishing cloth with stitches.  Each part will explore the technical approaches to a specific embroidery technique, as well as, outline steps necessary to bring individuality in design and stitch application.  The Hand Embroidery Programme is perfect for those who have a strong interest in creating fine craft, haute couture, costuming, historical textiles as well as conservation and restoration practices.

While it is not required to take each course in sequence; it is recommended.  Strong skills and foundation techniques learned in Parts 1 and 2 are necessary for Parts 3 – 5. Taking the each Course in succession will lead to a greater understanding of embroidery design and process.

Students will be awarded a Certificate of Achievement from the Anna Templeton Centre for Craft Art and Design, upon successful completion of all Parts.

Click Here for the full details of the Hand Embroidery Programme.

 

Price: $190.00

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Quilting Introduction

Date: September 13 - October 18
Time: 5 Wednesdays, 6:30 - 9:30 pm
Instructor: Sheila Ford

This class in a fantastic opportunity to learn the quilting process. Sheila Ford will guide you through the steps of making a lap quilt using the quilting technique of “Stacking the Deck”.  You will stack, slice, and shuffle fabrics to create your design. Then you will sew, learn how to do stippling plain machine quilting, and how to apply a binding as you complete your 36” square quilt.  Basic sewing machine skills are required.  This class is also good for individuals still new to quilting and wishing to improve their skills.

Please note: this class is restricted to eight participants to ensure adequate time with the instructor.

Fee:  $155 (includes HST, supplies extra)

This quilting class is full but we do keep a waiting list.  Please let u know if you are interested in enrolling and we'll contact you if/when a space becomes available.
Call us at 739-7623 or email <annatempletoncentre@gmail.com>

Price: $155.00

Oil Painting (Fall)

Dates: September 13 - November 1
Time: 8 Wednesdays, 7:00 - 10:00 pm
Instructor: Greg Bennett

In this class with artist/instructor Greg Bennett you’ll learn the basics of oil painting, a medium renowned for the richness of its' colours and its' versatility of applications. Instruction will cover how to get started and safely work with oil paints, how to mix the paint, brush care, application methods, and colour theory.  Students will work from photos and still life to complete their own  oil paintings.

Please note, this class is limited to only 10 participants to ensure that everyone has as much individual time with the instructor as needed.

Fee: $190 (includes HST, supplies extra)

Price: $190.00

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Intermediate Quilting: Shelburne Tartan

Date: September 14 - November 2
Time: 8 Thursdays, 6:30 - 9:30 pm
Instructor: Sheila Ford

Description: In this class you will learn how to make the Shelburne Tartan Quilt pattern. The following is a description of the pattern from much-loved quilter Sheila Ford:

"This pattern is a lively geometric pattern. It could be used on your bed or on your couch to cover up in the evenings. This Quilt top is constructed with 5" blocks and 2 1/2" strips. These blocks and strips are built into rectangular subsets. Then four of these subsets and one  2 1/2" square are combined together to make one complete block. These blocks are then sewn together and framed by borders to finish the quilt top. This is a great pattern to use up left over 2 1/2" strips, combined with a solid color to complete the tartan pattern. Or a quilter might choose  to purchase all new materials using Jelly Rolls ( rolls of 2 1/2" precut strips ) or 2 1/2" strips of various fabrics, combined with yardage/meterage for the solid colour. "

Previous sewing skills are an asset, as well as the ability to sew an accurate 1/4 " seam.

Fee: $168 (includes HST, supplies extra)

 

Price: $168.00

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Introduction to Watercolours (Fall)

Date: September 19 - October 17
Time: 5 Tuesdays, 7:00 - 9:30 pm
Instructor: April White

Watercolours are a medium with potential for both gentleness and vibrancy and so have a great expressive capacity for any artist, but like anything they take practice to master. Working from still life and selected images, this class will teach you how to prepare your paper, plan your image, and apply the paint to achieve a variety of palettes, tonal values, and textures. Whether you are interested in figurative, abstract, landscape, or more contemporary designs, this class will provide a great technical foundation for you to progress with this medium. Leave with a small series of paintings that will make great references as you move forward. A great class to take with a friend, and if the weather is nice, a few classes may even be outside!

Fee: $158 (includes HST, supplies extra)

 

Price: $158.00

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Art in the Afternoons: Drawing & Watercolour (Fall)

Date: September 21 - November 9
Time: 8 Thursdays, 1:00 – 3:30 pm
Instructor
: April White

Designed to help you have fun and relax on a Thursday afternoon, this class will focus on developing basic drawing skills and then shifting these into a small series of watercolour paintings. Drawing is an important foundation for all other activities, and April will introduce some of the basics including contour drawing, form, shape, and pattern. With that in your pocket, you will learn a variety of simple watercolour techniques and apply them in some exercises and small pieces. For those with little to no experience, this is an excellent way to unwind and explore these artistic media. A great class to take with a friend, and a perfect precursor to many of our other art classes.

"As someone with zero art experience, I found the class challenging at times but very accessible. April is very positive and encouraging, and she made the entire experience fun. I just wanted you to know how much I enjoyed the entire experience. I highly recommend her class to anyone who has never tried an art class before." from a recent participant in April's Art In the Afternoon class

$145 (includes HST, supplies extra)

Price: $145.00

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Sculptural Crochet

Dates: September 21 - October 12
Times: 4 Thursdays 7:00 - 9:30 pm
Instructor: Mimi Stockland

Description: This class approaches the craft of crochet from a contemporary art perspective and explores how to take this relatively simple textile technique beyond making flat pieces and simple garments, into the realm of 3D crochet techniques. The workshop will use mathematical concepts to think about crochet, and ultimately give you the freedom to manipulate yarn and form in a fresh, inventive way that satisfies your imagination. You will be encouraged to choose one/several technique(s) that particularly interest you and explore them in further depth within a specific project. Students will start by making small samples to grasp and explore basic techniques as they are presented. By the end of the 4 weeks, they will have begun work on a larger sculptural piece incorporating one or several of these techniques. Designed primarily for intermediate to advanced crocheters, this class will expand the horizons of what is possible in crochet and give you more tools to add to your creative belt.

Fee: $95 (HST included)

Price: $95.00

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It Begins With Drawing (Fall)

Date: September 21 - November 9
Time: 8 Thursdays, 7:00 - 9:30 pm
Instructor: April White

Drawing is the foundation of visual arts and this introductory class will teach you the basics.  This class is perfect for those with a general love and interest in sketching or drawing, those who wish to improve their technical skills, or those who just want to give it a try.  Class instruction will focus on experimentation with different drawing materials and mediums, including pencil, graphite, charcoal, and India ink. Technical exercises such as gesture, still life, portraiture, form and shading exercises, and contour drawing will create a great base for progression into more advanced and refined techniques. No experience necessary.

Fee: $165 (includes HST, supplies extra)

 

 

Price: $165.00

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The Art of Photo Transfer

Date: September 23 - October 14 (no class October 7, Thanksgiving long weekend)
Time: 3 Saturdays, 10:00 am - 12:00 noon
Instructor: Pepa Chan

Details: Photo transferring is a fun and exciting way of adding a personal touch to your belongings, and creating keepsakes from your treasured photos. Not only can you create artwork to hang on the wall, and hand-made cards or wrapping papers, but also add a personal touch to a host of store-bought items: notebooks & agendas, boxes and bags, candle holders, you name it! Using just a photocopies of your image and a gel medium (provided by the instructor, but it can easily be purchased at any local art supply store) you can move the image from your paper onto any other surface - wood and canvas are popular!

Bring in any images you might like to transfer - this can be designs, drawings, family photos - anything you like! Local artist Pepa Chan will show you the simple, step by step process of printing it onto various other materials to produce a small series of projects, include canvas, wood panel, and collage. In the second half of this course, bring in your own materials (books, bags, cards, etc.) and work on turning them into beautiful, unique works of art!

$85 (includes HST & some supplies)

Price: $85.00

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Introduction to Leather Working

Title: Introduction to Leather Working (Using Newfoundland Harp Seal Leather)
Dates: 3 Saturdays 10:00 am - 1:00 pm
Times: September 23 - October 14 (no class October 7)
Instructor: Clare Fowler
Description:
In this series of classes you will be introduced to basic hand sewing techniques specific to leather work.  We will learn how to prepare the leather for cutting and stitching and use basic patterns to create a functional item you can take away and use. As well, the participants will learn techniques for stitching and to give their pieces a finished look.  Participants will be introduced to tools such as leather chisels, punches, mallets, burnisher, leather needles, stitch pony and artificial sinew.

Price: $135.00

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Serger Basics

Date: September 23
Time: Saturday, 1 - 5 pm
Instructor: Barry Buckle

Do you dread to thread your serger? Don't be intimated by that beautiful machine - join Barry Buckle for a four hour class that will have you up and running in no time! Be sure to bring your serger, manual, and any accessories - fabric and thread will be provided.

Fee: $85 (includes HST & all supplies)

 

Price: $85.00

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Mending: The Art of Repairing Garments

Date: September 30
Time: Saturday, 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Instructor: Susan Furneaux

Description: The historic practice of mending is making an artistic return! Learn the fundamentals of visible mending. This workshop will give you the tools to give new life a worn textile object. From blankets to pillows to clothing, honour your tried and true textiles by lovingly creating a one of a kind piece. This workshop will focus on contrasting threads and fabric to highlight the care in mending your cloth. Techniques will include: pattern darning and patching with reverse and surface applique. A fun and relaxing way to learn this age old technique.

Fee: $94 (includes HST and supplies)

Price: $94.00

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Knitting: An Introduction

Date: October 11 - November 8
Time: 5 Wednesdays, 7:00 - 9:00 pm
Instructor: Pearl Fifield

Knitting is a popular activity for autumn, and for good reason! A warm night in with friends, crafting the kinds of cozy things that are perfect for the coming weather. In this class you will learn how to knit, purl, cast on, cast off, increase, decrease, how to fix mistakes, and how to follow simple stitch patterns. In four Tuesday evenings Pearl will get you knitting as you practice the basics and complete your choice of suggested projects - hats, scarves, dishtowels are common favourite firsts.

Fee:  $85 (includes HST and some supplies)

Supplies will be discussed in the first class with your instructor.

 

Price: $85.00

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The Rug Hooker’s Workshop Series (Fall)

Date: October 15 - November 19
Time: 6 Sundays, 2:30 - 5:30 pm or 10 am - 4 pm
Instructor: Catherine McCausland

Register for selected classes, or the whole series for a discount!

For anyone who has completed the introductory workshop, or has some rug hooking experience, this workshop series is a great way to work through a project from "idea" to completion while improving your overall rug hooking skills.  Each class includes a featured lesson with sampler pattern and general hooking time.

Full Series: $190 (includes HST & supplies)

Class 1: Get a Pattern
Sunday, October 15, 10 am - 4 pm (with a lunch break) extended set-up day
Bring an idea and we'll develop a pattern or choose from available designs. You will learn a simple photo-to-pattern method, choose border options, and transfer your design onto burlap.
$87 (includes HST & supplies)

Class 2: Pick Your Colours
Sunday, October 22, 2:30 - 5:30 pm
Pick colours that compliment each and the right texture of yarns or fabrics for your piece. Make your pattern stand out! Exploration of Memory Mats and then general hooking time.
$46 (includes HST & supplies)

Class 3: Hooking Effects
Sunday, October 29, 2:30 - 5:30 pm
Get guidance on bringing your design to life: to outline or not, variations on outline styles, direction of hooking techniques, and using these tools to create movement and variety in your piece.
$46 (includes HST & supplies)

Class 4: Details, Shadows & Highlights
Sunday, November 5, 2:30 - 5:30 pm
Learn a super-simple three-shade method to create shadows and highlights. Practice a variety of stitch sizes to create fine detail in your work.
$46 (includes HST & supplies)

Class 5: Texture Effects
Sunday, November 12, 2:30 - 5:30 pm
Create fascinating and unusual textures that make your mat really unique. Explore unusual material choices and play with pile (stitch height and distance). These techniques make your mat a joy to both look at and touch.
$46 (includes HST & supplies)

Class 6: Finishing Off
Sunday, November 19, 10 am - 4 pm (with a lunch break) extended set-up day
Get a professional finish to your mat. Complete the finishing touches, correct any mistakes, clean up and press. You will learn about colour adjustment and clarification, turning and hanging options. Catherine will go over a variety of uses for rug hooked pieces.
$87 (includes HST & supplies)

Notes:
- 9" x 12" designs available.
- Fabric provided but students should be prepared to bring additional fabric for larger designs.
- Please bring your own scissors, hooks, and cutters.

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Price: from $46.00

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Introduction to Acrylics (Fall)

Dates: October 24 - Nov 28 (no class October 31)
Time: 5 Tuesdays, 6:30 - 9:30 pm
Instructor: Darren Whalen

An excellent opportunity to learn the skills of acrylic painting. It is truly incredible what can be accomplished with this medium - from thick impasto to spectacularly complex layers...but you must begin somewhere! In this introductory class, you will learn the basics of paint application and colour theory as you work from images and still life to create a small series of paintings. You'll get the basics of perspective, proportion, and development of form. No experience necessary.  A great class to take with a friend!

$168 (includes HST, supplies extra)

Supply list: Art Supplies for the Intro to Acrylics class

To see samples of Darren's artwork click here


Price: $168.00

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Intermediate Knitting

Date: October 24 - November 14
Time: 4 Tuesdays, 7:00 - 9:00 pm
Instructor: Pearl Fifield

Learn one of our much-loved “Operation Homespun” patterns and make a pair of cozy socks for a friend – or keep them for yourself! Instructor Pearl Fifield will guide you through the knitting process in four sessions. Come armed with skeins and needles and go home with socks! Don't want to make socks? Pearl will help you with any intermediate knitting project you'd like to take on, bring a pattern and the tools and she will help you make it happen!

This class is perfect for someone who has completed a session of "Knitting: Introduction" or for someone who has knit on their own and understands the basics.

Fee:  $87 (includes HST)

Pattern & Supply list (3 pages):

Operation Homespun Socks 1 + Operation Homespun Socks 2 + Operation Homespun Socks 3

Price: $87.00

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Crochet: An Introduction

Date: October 24 - November 23
Time: 4 Thursdays, 7:00 - 9:00 pm
Instructor: Pearl Fifield

Details: Crochet is a centuries old technique that has seen a revival in recent years with contemporary applications and designs.  It's a craft you can take anywhere with you as it uses only a hook and a ball of thread or yarn.  The loops and chains of crochet are made with only four different stitches, then all of the different patterns and designs are just different combinations of those four basics.  Use these simple steps to craft a multitude of projects like hats, scarves, doilies, tablecloths, mini-monsters, chair-covers, and more!

Fee: $75 (includes HST and most supplies)

Price: $75.00

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Serger: Beyond the Basics

Date: October 28 - November 4
Time 2 Saturdays, 1:00 - 5:00 pm
Instructor
: Barry Buckle

This workshop is the continuation of the Serger Basics workshop. If you have completed the Serger Basics workshop, then you are ready for Beyond the Basics.

This class is intended for sewers with some previous experience using a serger. It is an opportunity to learn even more about what your serger can do, and to further develop your sewing & serging skills. Bring along your own serger, all its accessories, and the manual, and we'll provide the supplies. It's a hands on class and you will complete a t-shirt.

Fee: $118 (includes HST & supplies)

 

Price: $118.00

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Graphic Novels: An Introduction

Date: October 30 - November 27
Time: 5 Mondays, 7:00 - 9:30
Instructor: Wallace Ryan

Comic and illustration veteran Wallace Ryan will use his expertise in graphic novel layout, illustration, and figure drawing to help you create your own graphic novel. You will learn how to create and write the narrative and develop characters as well as how to achieve perfect lines, weight, and proportion in your graphic novel illustrations. Your imagination is the limit! Whether you want to create a superhero epic or illustrate the tale of your parents growing up, all projects are welcomed and encouraged! All skill levels welcome.

Fee: $125 (includes HST, supplies extra)

Supply list: Graphic Novels

Price: $125.00

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Drawing With Thread

Dates: October 30 - November 13
Times: 3 Mondays 6:00 - 8:00 pm
Instructor: Susan Furneaux

Description: Are you a drawer/artist who would like incorporate stitching into your work? In this workshop participants will learn the fundamentals of using a needle and thread as a drawing tool to create works that are rooted in historic textiles as well as contemporary art practices. Understanding different techniques of mark making with a threaded needle, participants will learn to convert their drawings into embroidered works. Nontraditional backgrounds and stitching materials will also be explored.  Perfect for artists who wish to bring embroidery techniques to their work.  No stitching experience required, but confidence in drawing is a must.

Fee: $87 (includes HST and supplies)

Price: $87.00

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Watercolour: Beyond the Basics (Fall)

Date: November 7 - December 12
Time: 5 Tuesdays, 7:00- 9:30 pm
Instructor: April White

An opportunity for individuals with some water colour experience, who have taken previous water colour classes, to explore, develop and refine their technique. Participants will work from still life, reference images, and their imaginations. Layering and mixing of colour, successful composition, and surface treatment techniques will be explored. Artist/instructor April White will challenge individuals at their level of skill as participants complete a small series of water colour paintings.

Fee: $155 (includes HST, supplies extra)

 

Price: $155.00

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Introduction to Art History Part II: Rococo to Contemporary

Date: date not yet set, gathering interest
Time: 8 weeks, 6:30 - 9:00 pm
Instructor: Victoria Scott, PhD

Introduction to Art History is designed to familiarize students with important works of art and architecture in Europe, Africa, Asia, and the Americas from fourteenth-century up until yesterday. Throughout the course we will connect works of art to significant social, political, and intellectual developments, but the materiality of the artwork – the building, fresco, painting, sculpture photograph, performance, video or installation under discussion – will always be our central focus.

These courses do not have to be taken in consecutive order! The information taught in each course is independent of the other.

FALL 2016 - Part I of this course took us from the Renaissance to the Baroque period (from the fifteenth up to the beginning of the eighteenth century), underscoring the importance of debate and dialogue between Europe, Africa, Asia, and the Americas. The instructor encouraged you to think, not just about how the artworks were made, but also why they were made.

WINTER 2017 - Part II will begin with Rococo and advance right though to contemporary art today. Focusing on art and architecture from the eighteenth to the twenty-first century, students will come away with a broad overview of the major artists, themes, and movements. At the end of Part I and II, students will be familiar with over 250 of the world’s masterpieces.

Fee: $188 (includes HST)

Interested in this class? Let us know by calling 739-7623 or e-mailing annatempletoncentre@gmail.com

Price: $188.00

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Fur Mitten Workshop

Date: November 18
Time: Saturday, 12:00 - 5:00
Instructor:
Barry Buckle

Join Barry Buckle in the creation of a traditional pair of seal fur mittens over the course of the afternoon. All materials will be provided, and the instructor will guide you step by step through the process of creating the mittens. This workshop is intended for experienced sewers and it is limited to eight participants to ensure adequate attention from instructor. At the end of this workshop you will go home with your very own pair of gorgeous seal fur mittens!

$138 (includes HST & all supplies)

 

Price: $138.00

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ATC Registration Policy
Effective January 1, 2012

Pre-registration is required for all classes/camps/workshops.  You may register by calling 739-7623 or in person during office hours, or anytime through the on-line registration process.

Payment of registration fees is required two weeks in advance.

Payments may be made…

–           over the phone or on-line with credit card (VISA, MasterCard, or  American Express)

–          in person, during office hours, with cash, debit, check and/or credit card

–          by mailing a check/money order payable to the Anna Templeton Centre to 278 Duckworth Street, St. John’s, NL, A1C 1H3

A minimum number of participants are required for all classes to go ahead on the scheduled days/times.  Classes without sufficient registration may be cancelled or re-scheduled.  Every effort will be made to notify participants of any changes or cancellations in advance.  In case of a cancellation or change made by the ATC a full refund or credit will be issued.

Participants who choose to cancel their registration will receive a full refund only if they cancel more than two weeks in advance.  Once a class has started, no refunds will be issued for registration fees but a credit may be granted depending on individual circumstances.