Month: June 2012

Tye-Dye Workshop

TyeDye Workshop

Have you always wanted to create a Tyedye T-shirt?

    This is your chance to learn how with your friends and family. 

     Date: Saturday, July 14, 2012

10 a.m. -12noon   Cost $15.00  Ages 10 & up!

Class Size: Must have at least 8 for a class for material cost!  

Must sign up by July 2, 2012

Materials Needed: Must provide your own shirt(s)

For more information or to sign up call 419-935-3404 or email

Kids Exploring Art

 Need some creativity in your summer?

Dates:  July 16-17, 2012      10 a.m.-12noon   

Cost $15.00           Ages 5-7         Class Size: 8-10 Students

Must sign up by June 30, 2012   

All Materials Provided!

2 days of Painting, Chalk Art, Drawing, Sculpture & Crayon Making

Call 419-935-3404 to sign up or email:

Summer Art Camp

  Summer Art Camp

Need some creativity in your summer break?

Dates:  July 9-11, 2012

     10 a.m.- 12noon

Cost $25.00  Ages 8-13

Class Size: 12-15 Students   

Must sign up by June 30, 2012

All Materials Provided

*Except Student Must provide their own shirt(s) for tye-dye

3 days of Tye-dye, Painting, Chalk Art, Drawing and Sculpture

Contact the Art Junction to sign up for Art Camp  or 419-935-3404

Create your own Basket Workshop

Linda Kirgis will teach you how to make a small, round reed basket.

The basket will be from 5-1/2” to 8-1/2” in diameter (your choice) & will be woven from flat reed and round reed.

You will have the opportunity to weave in the color of your choice.

 Cost $25 includes all supplies.

We have extended the deadline -Sign up by June 16, 2012

The tools are simple and will be provided for your use during the class.

Class Size 6-8 people participants Ages 10 and up

 Date: Saturday, June 30, 2012 

9 a.m.-1 p.m.

(or until all baskets are completed.) Please feel free to bring along snacks,drinks or a lunch for yourself.

To sign up for this workshop email:  or call 419-935-3404

Paper mache pottery -finishing touches

The pottery students recently painted their projects.

This was the last session, and there was much to be accomplished!

Finding a color, design or pattern to add to their creation was the priority for this last session.

That did not mean that fun was not a part of the session.

Focus and concentration on creating the desired look of the pottery required many creative skills.

This project required the ability to visualize the end result.

It also required some hard work.

The students put a lot time and attention in their final push to complete their paper mache pottery.

Then it required some much needed drying time.

But with all good things waiting is required…for drying.

The students have much to be proud of as they have a great memory and a wonderful piece of pottery that represents their vision and exploration into 3D building techniques.

Maybe you now will be inspired to create a piece of paper mache pottery or sign up for a future class at the Art Junction!