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

Ages 3-8|Grades Pre - k -3rd

12/12/20 - 12/12/20

Sat, 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Session Type:N/A

Hopkinton Center for the Arts - Art Around the World series presents a free children's cultural program. 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 Saturday 2 - 3 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. 

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

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.

Registrant's Information

Price:
$0

Hopkinton Center for the Arts - Art Around the World series presents a free children's cultural program. 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 Saturday 2 - 3 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. 

Product: 
Birth Date *
E.g., 09/23/2020
Please let us know about any medical conditions, allergies, medications, or special needs that we should be aware of. In addition – if you are registering for a child – to provide your child with the best experience possible at HCA, it would be very helpful if you let us know the following information: Does your child have an IEP, 504 plan, or require extra or one-to-one assistance at school? Is there anything else that would be helpful for us to know?
Would you like to make a donation to the HCA annual fund to ensure that we can continue to offer free events, and make exceptional arts programs accessible to all?
$0.00

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

Ages 3-8|Grades Pre - k -3rd

11/21/20 - 11/21/20

Sat, 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Session Type:N/A

Hopkinton Center for the Arts - Art Around the World series presents a free children's cultural program. 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 Saturday 2 - 3 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. 

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

November 21 Egypt 

Next workshop (registration is required individually for this workshop):

December 12th - Holidays around the world

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.

Registrant's Information

Price:
$0

Hopkinton Center for the Arts - Art Around the World series presents a free children's cultural program. 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 Saturday 2 - 3 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. 

Product: 
Birth Date *
E.g., 09/23/2020
Please let us know about any medical conditions, allergies, medications, or special needs that we should be aware of. In addition – if you are registering for a child – to provide your child with the best experience possible at HCA, it would be very helpful if you let us know the following information: Does your child have an IEP, 504 plan, or require extra or one-to-one assistance at school? Is there anything else that would be helpful for us to know?
Would you like to make a donation to the HCA annual fund to ensure that we can continue to offer free events, and make exceptional arts programs accessible to all?
$0.00

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

Ages 3-8|Grades Pre - k -3rd

10/24/20 - 10/24/20

Sat, 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Session Type:N/A

Hopkinton Center for the Arts - Art Around the World series presents a free children's cultural program. 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 Saturday 2 - 3 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. 

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

October 24th  Australia 

Other workshops coming up (registration is required individually for these workhops):

November 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.

Registrant's Information

Price:
$0

Hopkinton Center for the Arts - Art Around the World series presents a free children's cultural program. 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 Saturday 2 - 3 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. 

Product: 
Birth Date *
E.g., 09/23/2020
Please let us know about any medical conditions, allergies, medications, or special needs that we should be aware of. In addition – if you are registering for a child – to provide your child with the best experience possible at HCA, it would be very helpful if you let us know the following information: Does your child have an IEP, 504 plan, or require extra or one-to-one assistance at school? Is there anything else that would be helpful for us to know?
Would you like to make a donation to the HCA annual fund to ensure that we can continue to offer free events, and make exceptional arts programs accessible to all?
$0.00

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

Ages 3-8|Grades Pre - k -3rd

09/26/20 - 09/26/20

Sat, 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Session Type:N/A

Let's go!—Art Around the World 

Hopkinton Center for the Arts - Art Around the World series presents a free children's cultural program. 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. 

Recommended for ages 3 to 8. 

Pre-registration is required per family (Scroll down to register)

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

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.

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 

Other workshops coming up (registration is required individually for these workhops):

October 24: Australia 

November 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.

Registrant's Information

Price:
$0

Let's go!—Art Around the World 

Product: 
Birth Date *
E.g., 09/23/2020
Please let us know about any medical conditions, allergies, medications, or special needs that we should be aware of. In addition – if you are registering for a child – to provide your child with the best experience possible at HCA, it would be very helpful if you let us know the following information: Does your child have an IEP, 504 plan, or require extra or one-to-one assistance at school? Is there anything else that would be helpful for us to know?
Would you like to make a donation to the HCA annual fund to ensure that we can continue to offer free events, and make exceptional arts programs accessible to all?
$0.00

Understanding Animal Behavior for the Photographer

Ages 14-80|Grades 9th- adult

09/26/20 - 09/26/20

Sat, 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Session Type:N/A

Have you seen an amazing image of a common animal and wondered how it was done? How do you catch that one-of-a-kind animal shot with backyard animals or other wildlife? Learn about the pre-shoot planning process, how best to approach different animals for your photos, and techniques for capturing that perfect expression. The more you know about wildlife, the better you can capture those interesting behaviors! A great chance to learn tips and practice now for future travels!

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.

Registrant's Information

Price:
$35

Have you seen an amazing image of a common animal and wondered how it was done? How do you catch that one-of-a-kind animal shot with backyard animals or other wildlife? Learn about the pre-shoot planning process, how best to approach different animals for your photos, and techniques for capturing that perfect expression. The more you know about wildlife, the better you can capture those interesting behaviors! A great chance to learn tips and practice now for future travels!

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

Product: 
Birth Date *
E.g., 09/23/2020
Please let us know about any medical conditions, allergies, medications, or special needs that we should be aware of. In addition – if you are registering for a child – to provide your child with the best experience possible at HCA, it would be very helpful if you let us know the following information: Does your child have an IEP, 504 plan, or require extra or one-to-one assistance at school? Is there anything else that would be helpful for us to know?
Would you like to make a donation to the HCA annual fund to ensure that we can continue to offer free events, and make exceptional arts programs accessible to all?
$35.00

Intermediate Photoshop Elements

Ages 14-80|Grades 9th- adult

11/21/20 - 11/21/20

Sat, 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Session Type:N/A

After a quick review of the key basic methods of editing, we’ll cover how to use layers, layer blending modes and other effects used to improve colors, focus, sharpness and lighting in your images. A great way to improve your images!

Instructor: Joy Marzolf. No experience required. Students are encouraged to sign-up for a free trial of the software. 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.

Registrant's Information

Price:
$35

After a quick review of the key basic methods of editing, we’ll cover how to use layers, layer blending modes and other effects used to improve colors, focus, sharpness and lighting in your images. A great way to improve your images!

Instructor: Joy Marzolf. No experience required. Students are encouraged to sign-up for a free trial of the software. This is an online workshop.

Product: 
Birth Date *
E.g., 09/23/2020
Please let us know about any medical conditions, allergies, medications, or special needs that we should be aware of. In addition – if you are registering for a child – to provide your child with the best experience possible at HCA, it would be very helpful if you let us know the following information: Does your child have an IEP, 504 plan, or require extra or one-to-one assistance at school? Is there anything else that would be helpful for us to know?
Would you like to make a donation to the HCA annual fund to ensure that we can continue to offer free events, and make exceptional arts programs accessible to all?
$35.00

Photoshop Elements 101: Intro to the Editor

Ages 14-80|Grades 9th- adult

11/14/20 - 11/14/20

Sat, 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Session Type:N/A

Want to improve your digital photos after they are taken or improve a scanned image? Learn the basics of the Photoshop Elements Editor such as cropping and resizing images (such as for email or print), straightening images, adjusting lighting and colors and removing problems in your images such as spots, lines and more. Great for people wanting to post images on family tree websites! Learn how and when to use these tools to improve your photos.

Instructor: Joy Marzolf. No experience required. Students are encouraged to sign-up for a free trial of the software. 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.

Registrant's Information

Price:
$35

Want to improve your digital photos after they are taken or improve a scanned image? Learn the basics of the Photoshop Elements Editor such as cropping and resizing images (such as for email or print), straightening images, adjusting lighting and colors and removing problems in your images such as spots, lines and more. Great for people wanting to post images on family tree websites! Learn how and when to use these tools to improve your photos.

Product: 
Birth Date *
E.g., 09/23/2020
Please let us know about any medical conditions, allergies, medications, or special needs that we should be aware of. In addition – if you are registering for a child – to provide your child with the best experience possible at HCA, it would be very helpful if you let us know the following information: Does your child have an IEP, 504 plan, or require extra or one-to-one assistance at school? Is there anything else that would be helpful for us to know?
Would you like to make a donation to the HCA annual fund to ensure that we can continue to offer free events, and make exceptional arts programs accessible to all?
$35.00

Photoshop Elements 101: Intro to the Organizer

Ages 14-80|Grades 9th- adult

11/07/20 - 11/07/20

Sat, 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Session Type:N/A

Can't find your favorite images after they are taken? Wish you could organize your family photos, trip or nature photos and more for easy access? Working with a family tree website and need to find the best images of your relative for posting? Learn the basics of the Photoshop Elements Organizer to easily find images as well as rate and compare images to narrow down your favorites!

Instructor: Joy Marzolf. No experience required. Students are encouraged to sign-up for a free trial of the software. 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.

Registrant's Information

Price:
$35

Can't find your favorite images after they are taken? Wish you could organize your family photos, trip or nature photos and more for easy access? Working with a family tree website and need to find the best images of your relative for posting? Learn the basics of the Photoshop Elements Organizer to easily find images as well as rate and compare images to narrow down your favorites!

Instructor: Joy Marzolf. No experience required. Students are encouraged to sign-up for a free trial of the software. This is an online workshop.

Product: 
Birth Date *
E.g., 09/23/2020
Please let us know about any medical conditions, allergies, medications, or special needs that we should be aware of. In addition – if you are registering for a child – to provide your child with the best experience possible at HCA, it would be very helpful if you let us know the following information: Does your child have an IEP, 504 plan, or require extra or one-to-one assistance at school? Is there anything else that would be helpful for us to know?
Would you like to make a donation to the HCA annual fund to ensure that we can continue to offer free events, and make exceptional arts programs accessible to all?
$35.00

Tips for Fall Nature Photography

Ages 14-80|Grades 9th- adult

10/03/20 - 10/10/20

Sat, 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Session Type:N/A

Explore fall colors and habitats with your camera! Learn to plan and shoot natural scenes with various photo techniques. See how composition, use of natural light and changes in exposure and depth of field can help in successfully capturing and strengthening natural images. The 2nd Saturday will allow participants to show their work and receive critique and tips.

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.

Registrant's Information

Price:
$70

Explore fall colors and habitats with your camera! Learn to plan and shoot natural scenes with various photo techniques. See how composition, use of natural light and changes in exposure and depth of field can help in successfully capturing and strengthening natural images. The 2nd Saturday will allow participants to show their work and receive critique and tips.

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

Product: 
Birth Date *
E.g., 09/23/2020
Please let us know about any medical conditions, allergies, medications, or special needs that we should be aware of. In addition – if you are registering for a child – to provide your child with the best experience possible at HCA, it would be very helpful if you let us know the following information: Does your child have an IEP, 504 plan, or require extra or one-to-one assistance at school? Is there anything else that would be helpful for us to know?
Would you like to make a donation to the HCA annual fund to ensure that we can continue to offer free events, and make exceptional arts programs accessible to all?
$70.00

Learning the Basics of Your Digital Camera Pt 2

Ages 14-80|Grades 9th- adult

09/26/20 - 09/26/20

Sat, 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Session Type:N/A

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.

Registrant's Information

Price:
$35

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.

Product: 
Birth Date *
E.g., 09/23/2020
Please let us know about any medical conditions, allergies, medications, or special needs that we should be aware of. In addition – if you are registering for a child – to provide your child with the best experience possible at HCA, it would be very helpful if you let us know the following information: Does your child have an IEP, 504 plan, or require extra or one-to-one assistance at school? Is there anything else that would be helpful for us to know?
Would you like to make a donation to the HCA annual fund to ensure that we can continue to offer free events, and make exceptional arts programs accessible to all?
$35.00

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