Draw / Paint Drop-in Sessions

Join us for an informal open studio at the Art Center every Sunday. Bring your own supplies or use what we have to get started. Beginners can get help and advice, and experienced artists can discuss and critique their work. Free for LAC members, and $10 for non-members.

Kid's Ceramics

Every Wednesday from 1:30 – 2:30 we are conducting supervised sessions for kid’s to learn the basics of working with clay. Minimum age is 5. These drop-in sessions are $5. After 2 sessions, they are free to LAC members. Family memberships are only $60 / year and include a total of 4 family members. Additional members can be added for $15 each.

Mommy & Me

These are arts and crafts sessions  for Mommies (Parents or Guardians) with toddlers and pre Kindergarteners (approx. ages 1.5 to 4 yrs). Parent and child will explore a variety of art materials and mediums. This creative experience allows child and parent to work on manipulative skills, communication, relationship bonding, foundations in art and creative expression. The process and experience is more important than the end product.
Classes at the Art Center are currently on Mondays, 10:00 am to 11:00 am.
Call to ask about exceptions (as arranged for holidays, etc)
Non-Scholarship students are $5.00 per session. Available to everyone through LAC Scholarship Program, by enrolling and completing a scholarship essay, your class fee will be $2.00 a session. Parent/child do no have to attend consecutive weeks and may choose any Monday to attend when classes are in session. Child must come with an adult.

Enroll now at the Lanai Art Center Gallery or at any Monday class.
Class size is limited by space available.

UPDATE – Sorry, but no Mommy & Me sessions will be held during the summer school break. Please check back for next start up dates.

 

Introduction to Ceramics

potteryEvery Thursday, we conduct sessions on Basic Introduction to Working with Clay. This is a two session course that covers making simple containers, hanging art, ornaments, preparing for firing in the kiln, glazing and all related aspects of making handmade pottery pieces. Learn about recognizing types of clay, how to keep clay workable for specific pieces, wedging, rolling, pinch pot, slab formation, coiling, use of tools, and more! Sessions are every Wednesday from 6 – 9 PM. Cost for non-members is $25 for the two sessions and includes materials. Discounted fee for members is only $10. What a deal! Pre-registration is suggested but not required. See you there!

Calendar of Events

July 2018

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  • Paint / Draw Drop in
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  • Mommy & Me
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  • Kid's Ceramics
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  • Introduction to Ceramics
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  • Paint / Draw Drop in
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  • Mommy & Me
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  • Kid's Ceramics
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  • Introduction to Ceramics
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  • Paint / Draw Drop in
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  • Kid's Ceramics
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  • Paint / Draw Drop in
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  • Kid's Ceramics
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  • Paint / Draw Drop in
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Other Current and Past Events

May 4,2018 / Classes, Events
Silk Painting Workshop!

Here’s another opportunity to make your own silk art. Kim Dupree will be guiding you in your own creations. Kim will be taking more of a free form approach to design with less emphasize on pattern transfers. After setting up …

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Apr 18,2018 / Classes, Events
Nuno Scarf Making

Nuno Felting is a technique that bonds loose fibre, usually wool, into a sheer fabric such as silk gauze, creating a lightweight felt. The name is derived from the Japanese word “nuno” meaning cloth. Patterns and designs are limited only to …

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Apr 6,2018 / Classes, Events
Paint & Party at Pele’s – Beach Scene

It’s  been much too long since our last Paint Party! We finally have one scheduled for Saturday, April 21 at Pele’s. This event’s painting is a simple beach scene that is perfect for you to personalize with your own additions …

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Mar 20,2018 / Uncategorized
Jack Iizuka Ceramics Demonstration!

We are very pleased that master ceramicist Jack Iizuka will visit our studio on Tuesday March 20 for informal demonstrations and discussion. Jack will be here on island for one day only. Born in Ichihara City, Chiba Prefecture, Japan, Iizuka …

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