Warren Art Spot a center for fun and creativity in the heart of downtown, giving children of all ages a place to express their artistic energies in a welcoming and positive environment. 6 Child Street in Warren http://www.warrenartspot.com/
Mudstone Studios a place for ceramic artists to share workspace and resources, offers an assortment of classes and workshops for adults, teens, and kids. 30 Cutler Street in Warren http://www.mudstonestudios.com/classes.html
Restyle Your Furnishings Workshop at Sea Rose Cottage Do you have unpainted furniture projects lurking in your basement? Have you put off restyling that thrift shop find or Grandmother’s dresser because of the hassle of priming and prep time? If so, this workshop is for you! Learn how to restyle your furnishings with Annie Sloan Chalk Paint and Waxes in this fun 3 hour session. Annie Sloan Chalk Paint requires no priming or prep work allowing you to jump right into the creative process and achieve beautiful finishes. Visit the website for more details. 21 Constitution Street in Bristol http://searosecottage.com/workshops/
Digital Photography Workshop at the Bristol Workshops in Photography with Mark Abbott, next session: Sunday, November 4th, 11am-4pm This intensive one day course is for beginning to intermediate level. It explores the various aspects of digital technology involving the basics of using a digital camera, shooting raw vs. jpegs, understanding histograms, organizing files and storage with an introduction to Adobe Photoshop Elements, the digital darkroom. In addition, we will cover the basics of photography: exposure, depth of field, handling motion, the use of flash, etc. and how you can use these principles to make better photos. Weather permitting we will spend some time outside shooting and practicing what we have learned in class. Members of this workshop are expected to provide their own cameras. Please bring your camera, camera manual and spare batteries to class. Tuition: $175; enrollment limited to eight students; visit their website for more details. 4 Franklin Street in Bristol http://www.bristolworkshops.com/workshops_day.php
The Bead House offers classes for Beginners to Advanced Levels in Bead Stringing, Wire Work, Precious Metal Clay(PMC), BronzClay, Polymer Clay, Enameling and Metalsmithing and Jewelry Making. 11 Constitution Street in Bristol http://www.thebeadhouse.com/Classes.html
Introduction to Weaving at Bristol Looms Have you ever wanted to try your hand at weaving, but are intimidated by the thought of the whole process? Come to our studio and sit at a loom that has already been prepared for weaving. We will work with you to help you create a woven sampler. All materials will be provided. Call (401)787-1462 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule your individual time. Beginning Weaving at Bristol Looms Over 4 weeks, you will receive 12 hours private instruction learning the basics of weaving. You will choose your project, yarns, warp your loom, weave the project and finish the fabric. The class includes some choice of yarn for your project. Call (401)787-1462 or email email@example.com to set up your schedule.
49 Bradford Street in Bristol http://www.bristollooms.com/Bristol_Looms/contact.html
Top Drawer Art @ The Brass a nonprofit visual arts center providing art programs for adults with developmental disabilities. The mission of Top Drawer is to unravel the traditional social isolation adults with developmental disabilities have faced and reintroduce them as working, productive members of a community, where their role has transformed from “disabled person” to “artist”. 16 Cutler Street in Warren http://topdrawer.squarespace.com/about/