Time to go on safari in the middle of a Wisconsin Winter! Learn to paint the patters and characteristics of animals commonly seen on safari, including elephants, cheetahs, giraffes, and zebras.
Join RAM for a special discussion with Mahogany Gallery in celebration of their annual Wisconsin Black Art and Culture Expo on Thursday, March 7, 6:30 – 8:00 pm. Moderated by Racine artist and business owner Dee Hutch, this intimate discussion will feature engaging dialogue with Artist/Mahogany Gallery CEO Scott Terry and Racine artist Trenton Baylor about Black voices within the field of contemporary sculpture.
Have fun sculpting and learning all the basic techniques of working with clay.
Create an abstract acrylic artwork by setting off on an adventure through your imagination. Discover possibilities and explore creativity through demonstrations of abstract painting styles, collaboration with other students, and personal creative development.
Learn the fundamentals of centering, throwing, trimming, and glazing clay.
Learn painting techniques from a talented artist working in an open studio environment. Explore composition, painting styles, techniques and color analysis through individual instruction. Develop a personal approach to painting.
This class is designed for the advanced student with experience. Join this fun Tuesday clay group and work in an open studio environment, practicing potter’s wheel and hand building skills and techniques.
Learn stained glass techniques such as cutting, grinding, foiling, and soldering in the copper foil method.
Always wanted to try your hand at the potter’s wheel, or maybe you took a class in high school and missed it terribly? Then this is the class for you! Ceramicist Nate Hunter makes the pottery wheel fun and easy, guiding you through the process of forming pots on the wheel—a technical challenge that anyone can try. Have fun, get dirty, relax, and learn a new skill.
Learn soldering, sawing, shaping and mounting—the basic elements of jewelry design—in this multi-level class. Advanced students will learn forming and smithing.