The final six-week art session of 2020 begins soon at Falmouth Art Center with classes for adults and children. Session 8 begins the week of Monday, October 26, and will continue through Sunday, December 6.
Registration is open for classes both on Zoom and in person in the following mediums: drawing, painting in oil and acrylic, pastel, watercolor and collage, as well as weaving and clay classes.
Classes online on the Zoom meeting platform are taught by Andrew Kusmin, teaching two sessions of watercolors on Tuesday mornings; Betsy Payne Cook, teaching pastel painting on Wednesday afternoons, and Claudia Smith Jacobs, teaching Art 201 on Thursdays.
Also on Zoom, Diana Lee is teaching Landscapes, Still Lifes and More on Thursdays; and Susan Jensen is teaching Drawing for the Fun of It, also on Thursdays.
Mellissa Morris is teaching Color and Abstract Acrylic Painting on Tuesday afternoons and Mixed Media Collage on Fridays.
For in-person classes, Dan Hanagan is teaching three in person: on Mondays he will lead Intermediate Drawing Plus; on Wednesdays a class in Oil, Acrylic and Pastel: Palette Knife Plus; and on Fridays, Portrait and Figure Painting.
Also in person, Bill Noble is teaching Oil Painting for Beginners on Tuesday evenings.
Liz Henry is teaching two sessions of Beginner Weaving on a two-harness loom in person at the Falmouth Art Center. One class is an “intensive,” scheduled for twice a week, Mondays and Wednesdays from 10 AM to noon; the other is once a week on Wednesdays from 1 to 3 PM.
Zoom online learning in fiber and printmaking are also open for registration.
Fiber Zoom workshops with Jodi Colella, include Weaving Without a Loom, will be taught in three Monday sessions starting on November 9 and Fiber Charms for Jewelry and More, also three Monday sessions, will be taught starting December 4.
Children’s book illustrator Ashley Wolff will teach a Zoom class called “Kitchen Table Printmaking,” which explores linoleum block printmaking without a press. The six-week class meets Tuesdays and starts October 27.
For children, Alicia Buccino is teaching a six-week, in-person session of Art Quest for children in grades 1 to 5 or ages 6 to 11. The class meets on Tuesday afternoons.
For even younger children, ages 4 and 5, Ms. Buccino is teaching a new in-person class, Petits Artistes, in which the child’s guardian can also attend. The class is 45 minutes long and meets on Tuesdays from 2:30 to 3:15 PM.
Marney Rathbun is teaching a new six-week class, Protest and Poetry Zine Making for Tweens and Teens for ages 12 to 16. The in-person class is Mondays at the Falmouth Art Center from 3:30 to 5 PM.
Well-known local potter Kim Sheerin is teaching Pottery Studio for Tweens and Teens for ages 9 to 16. The class meets on Mondays. Ms. Sheerin’s daughter, Phoebe Medeiros, is teaching Hand-building for ages 7 to 12 on Saturdays from 10 AM until noon.
Scholarships are available on all classes and workshops at the Falmouth Art Center. Registration is available online or by calling 508-540-3304. The art center is located at 137 Gifford Street and is free and open to the public daily.