Any artist who is a resident of (or maintains a residence in) Wisconsin and is 18 years of age or older may submit work to this year's exhibition at RAM's Wustum Museum of Fine Arts.
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.
This six-week course is an open studio for intermediate to advanced students interested in independent work while enjoying the company of fellow artists. Students have shared various techniques and practices in past studios, creating a rich environment for learning. This course will focus on individual coaching to help students explore composition, see values, understand light and shadows, and develop new painting techniques.
Always wanted to try using a potter's wheel but never have? Or, have you tried it in school and want to get back into throwing clay? This is the class for you! Learn how to throw forms on the potter's wheel through demonstrations and lots of practice. Explore form and function, and how to utilize clay in its purest form.
Gain confidence with basic elements of acrylic painting, including composition, color, value, and more. All skill levels are welcome!
Expand your skills and take them to the next level, whether it's learning to throw larger forms or creating more consistent pieces. This is a great class for those who have previously taken a potter's wheel class and have a desire for even better practice. Handbuilders are welcome too!
This class is foundations-based, dealing with the basic principles of painting. Students will complete exercises that explore composition, value, color, line, and texture while working from direct observation. The overarching goal is to equip the student with a basic knowledge of painting and demystify the process—instilling confidence to tackle independent projects.
Create a canvas painting inspired by the warm colors of autumn. Start by learning how to compose an intriguing scene, then paint the details to create your own masterpiece.