Creative Sundays Workshops are a time to express yourself, laugh and gain some clarity in the midst of your complex life.
• Hands on workshops with stellar teaching artists
• All skill levels welcome
• Warm, inviting atmosphere
• Supplies, snacks and beverages
Fused Glass: Jewelry and Sun Catchers
Sunday, March 3, 1:00-3:30 pm
Back by popular demand! Gather more sparks with Michael Thornton, stained glass artist for over 30 years. Participants of all levels will explore this colorful, fun medium and create and assemble their own sun catchers, earrings and pendants. Over 35 colors of glass are available for your one-of-a-kind creation. After assembly, Michael fires the projects and returns them to the artists. Create your own adornments and make beautiful gifts for yourself and your friends.
Price: $36 member/$40 non-members
Members use discount code FUSEDGLS at checkout.
So You Think You Can’t Draw?!?!
Sunday, April 28, 10:00 am-3:30 pm
As a contributor to the museum’s permanent exhibit, artist Deborah Howard, professor of art and head of the painting program at University of Denver, has had enormous success in helping people learn to draw, even in just a few classes. Learn to see in a completely new way while exploring the understanding of line, negative space, perspective, drawing from nature and still life from objects in the Mizel Museum collection. This workshop is for beginners or those looking to regain some drawing skills.
Price: $50 members; $55 non-members
Members use discount code SYTYCDRAW at checkout.
Storyshop Intensive with Sariel Beckenstein
Dates to be announced.
A well-crafted story is a powerful tool for your message. This Storyshop Intensive with master storyteller, Sariel Beckenstein, teaches you how to unleash the power of your own story in your own words and with your own voice.
Think of Storyshop Intensive as a laboratory where you learn how to turn any story into a compelling, touching and motivating experience. This affordable four-part series provides a considerate, creative environment for you to learn the keys to creating a good story, how to craft it effectively and deliver your message simply, powerfully and movingly. The intensive will culminate in an inaugural Story Slam/Performance for friends and family.
Sariel Beckenstein is the founder and creator of WEAVE. He is a passionate, seasoned performer, writer and trainer. His works include: One Man’s Story, a one man show and The Songs That I Schlepped. He worked on the film The Prince of Egypt and was script adviser for the award-winning The Emancipation of the Sassy Jewish Woman. Sariel is a former singer with the Cape Town Opera Company a lay cantor.
Price: $180 members/$205 non-members