Participants are encouraged to bring their own containers to transport leftovers home after the class.
Sign up for one or all of these fun and intellectual book club meetings with Julie Fromer, who holds a PhD in Nineteenth-Century British Literature. Enjoy rich discussion as Julie uses historical and cultural notes of interest to give each book greater context. Price is per class, and students are asked to read each book in full prior to each meeting. Currently these workshops are being held online only.
ONLINE CLASSES All online classes will require that you have a computer, smart phone, or tablet and a reliable internet connection. We will be holding these classes using Zoom online meetings. Please, download the app and be prepared to log in before your class. Prior to your class, we will send you the link for your class via email. When it is time for your class to begin, you will click the link and be admitted to the class meeting. For all children’s classes, some adult help and supervision may be required to make sure your child is prepared for class with supplies and to log into Zoom on time. We appreciate your help to ensure your child’s class run smoothly. 171’s tag line “At Home with the Arts” is more meaningful now than ever. Thank you for your continued support of 171, and we hope to see you soon! Beth, Kim, Mitchell, Noelle, Amanda, and Kristi https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hIkCmbvAHQQ&feature=youtu.be
The Art of Summer: Summer FUN at 171! Enjoy another great summer of art and fun at 171! Our staff of teaching artists will ensure your child has the perfect artful summer experience. We offer camps for ages 6-11 on a weekly basis from July 5 – August 27 and Teen Intensives for ages 12 and up. During our summer programs, students will experience a range of artistic activities from painting and digital arts to dance and ceramics. We are expanding our theater camp offerings this year! Register now for a week or an entire summer of day camps at 171! Parents enrolling their children for a full day must provide a lunch for each day of camp. Water in resealable bottles is also encouraged for all students.
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Geoff Heywood – Angelica
Geoff Heywood – Josiah
Cynthia Cratsley – After the Storm, Cayuta Lake
Emma Weber – Triangles
Sam Spencer – Still Lamp
Roderick Mosher – Moses
Roderick Mosher – Portait Head of Antinous
Pat Jackson – Mushroom and Friend #2
Mikie Belosky – Still Life | SOLD
Mikie Belosky – Alisa | SOLD
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