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Sep

Open Studio for Artists

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Under the guidance of instructor Marion Buricatu, these one day Saturday workshops are for students wishing to find and enhance their fundamental art skills in drawing and painting. Students may bring a project of their choosing at any stage of the process, and Marion will customize her instruction and offer lessons on elements of art and technique. Students should bring their own supplies. Spots are limited to 5 people to allow for individual attention.

Register and pay for one class and then pay as you go for subsequent Saturday sessions. Students must inform the HCA no later than Thursday each week if they plan to attend a Saturday Open Studio class. Must have a minimum of 2 students each Saturday to hold the open studio

September 26 - December 12 (01:00 pm-03:00 pm)

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Sep

Learning the Basics of Your Digital Camera Pt 2

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Not sure the best shutter speed to choose? Want to perfect the use of depth of field to enhance your photos? Learn how to take your photography to the next level using your camera’s manual settings and be ready for any shooting scenario. Part 1 is a separate workshop for true beginners who've never utilized their digitial cameras beyond "auto". It is recommended that those students sign up for Pt 1 before taking Pt 2.

Instructor: Joy Marzolf. No experience required. This is an online workshop.

Joy Marzolf has been a wildlife photographer and Naturalist for over 20 years. She is a Trip Leader for the non-profit Oceanic Society and has photographed a wide range of wildlife around the world, from venomous snakes and grizzly bears to butterflies and dolphins. One of her passions is helping people to better understand wildlife and how understanding the subject can help a photographer take better images. She previously taught wildlife photography and photo editing classes for 13 years with Mass Audubon's Broadmoor Wildlife Sanctuary. She is now teaching adults and families about wildlife and photography through programs with her new company The Joys of Nature.

September 26 (01:00 pm-03:00 pm)

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Sep

FREE WORKSHOP: Art Around the World - September (Virtual)

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Let's Go! Art Around the World is a free children's cultural series presented by the Hopkinton Center for the Arts. You and your child are welcome to join us  as we celebrate a different culture each month with instructor Judith Smith. Kids will listen to a story, hear a themed-song and have fun making a culturally themed art craft. Program runs Saturdays from 2—3:00 pm via a Zoom link. Participants will be sent a list in advance of simple materials to provide your child for the craft. A computer screen and internet connection is required. Registered participants will receive a Zoom via email no later than September 25. 

September 26: EnglandFamily Coat of Arms

Please join us for Family fun, relaxation and learning together. We will learn about English Heraldry and make a Family Coat of Arms. Grab your art supplies and dress to mess! If you want to dress in medieval costume, please feel free! Visual aids and directions will be emailed to you. Ms. Judy will show you how to adapt your project for the materials you have.

Recommended for ages 3 to 8. Pre-registration is required per family.

This program is offered at no cost. Donations are encouraged and can be made here: CLICK TO MAKE DONATION

Materials you will need to participate in this Zoom workshop:

  • 9 x 12 (8.5 x 11) inch paper
  • Pencil, eraser, ruler, scissors, glue stick, Sharpies 
  • Coloring materials of your choice: crayons, markers, oil pastels, watercolors, acrylics
  • Brushes and water dish if you're using paint 

Upcoming Workshops:
October 24: AustraliaNovember 21: Egypt , December 12: United States (Kwanzaa)

This program is supported in part by a grant from the Hopkinton Cultural Council, a local agency which is supported by the Mass Cultural Council, a state agency.

September 26 (02:00 pm-03:00 pm)
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