Classes in the Studio (Adults)
Event Types: Gallery | Studio | All
Audience: Kids | Adults

open drawing /painting

Wed, Jan 4 - Wed, Jul 26

every month the first and third Wednesday, 5:30–8:00 pm $15 per session/per person | csa studio punch cards available ($60 value for $50) seasoned and aspiring visual artists are invited to participate in a newly expanded Common Street Arts program dedicated to drawing, painting, and sculpting. Participants bring their media of choice: charcoal, pastels, paints, clay,…


hand building with clay

Mon, Jun 5 - Mon, Jul 3

instructor- kate barnes june 5th  to july 3rd five-week workshop monday evening 5:30 – 7:30pm. $175 for series/limit 10 students *includes 25lbs clay, glazes, firing, shelf space and open studio time. this course is open to students at all levels of experience this weekly class will explore a wide variety of hand building techniques such as slab building, coiling, pinching, carving, and decorative surface…

wig making

wig styling

Sat, Aug 12 | 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Saturday, August 12th, 3-5pm In conjunction with Cirque du Geek Instructor: Rachel Bishop/RoseRiku Cosplay *FREE Styling a wig to go with a costume can seem overwhelming, but it doesn’t have to be!Come learn all about how to cut and style a cosplay wig to fit your favorite character! Registration is required. Please email to…


basic sewing

Sat, Aug 19 | 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Saturday, August 19th, 3-5pm In conjunction with Cirque du Geek Instructor: Brittany Iafrate *FREE Are you interested in sewing, but don’t know where to start? Do patterns intimate you? Come to our basic sewing class and learn how to get started on your dream project before Cirque du Geek! Registration is required. Please email…


prop making tutorial

Sat, Aug 26 | 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm

saturday, august 26th, 3-5pm in conjunction with Cirque du Geek instructor: TBA *free discover new tips and tricks on how to transform everyday objects into amazing cosplay accessories! registration is required. please email to reserve a spot! *sponsored by colby college center for the arts and humanities