Outreach Program Virtual Class Schedule and Registration

June 27 – November, 2020
All classes via zoom.
Class preparation details:
Pre-registration is required via the links below.

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
ONCE YOU REGISTER YOU WILL BE REGISTERED FOR ALL UPCOMING ART CLASSES IN THE SERIES

In preparation for the class:
You can log in about 15 minutes before the class starts.
If you encounter any login problems, text or call Tess at 928-300-7185 for assistance.
Additionally, gather your materials in advance and have enough room so that you can work on your piece of art.

Veterans Art Classes
Fourth Saturday of each Month 10:00 AM
Classes range from an hour to an hour and a half
Click here to pre-register for the series. You may attend one or all classes in the series. You only need to sign up once.

Survivor of Suicide Art Classes:
Fourth Saturday of each Month 3:00 pM.
Classes range from an hour to an hour and a half
Click here to pre-register for the series. You may attend one or all classes in the series. You only need to sign up once.

Creative Distraction
Mandala Drawing Workshop
Saturday July 18, 2020
7:00 pm (Arizona time)
via Zoom

We are pleased to offer the first CREATIVE DISTRACTION workshop designed to reduce the stress of the current events through connection and creation. This workshop is open to anyone who would like to spend an hour with others via zoom making art.

The workshop is facilitated by David Lloyd Bradley and Tess Mosko Scherer. It is made possible through a collaborative effort of Arizona Artists Guild and Arizona Art Alliance. Click here to register for this class. Once you have registered for this class we will send you a link to the zoom class along with the list of suggested materials.


Collage
Saturday, June 27, 2020, | 3pm
via Zoom
Create an image by cutting, tearing, pasting, sewing paper onto a cardboard or mat board backing.
Gather images and colored papers in advance along with an image that inspires you.
No prior art experience necessary.
Materials:
newspaper, magazine, photographs, cards, etc
glue
tape
needle and thread (optional), fabric, ribbons
Colored pencil
Water colors
Brushes
Paper
cardboard or mat board (8”x10” or larger)
Scissors
photos


Draw yourself as a piece of Furniture
Saturday, July 25, 2020,
3pm |via Zoom
Make a drawing of yourself as the type of furniture you feel like today. This is a chance to see yourself from a different perspective.
No prior art experience necessary.
Materials:
Pencil
Colored pencil
Water colors
Brushes
Paper


Future Flyer
Saturday, August 22, 2020
3pm | via Zoom
In this class we will use words and images to create inspiring flyers for ourselves. Use your own words or a favorite quote. Hang it on the wall where you can see it everyday.
Materials:
Pencil / Colored pencil
Water colors
Brushes
Paper
No prior art experience necessary.


IMAGINARY FRIEND
Saturday, September 26, 2020, 3pm via Zoom
In this class we will create an image of the friend we wish we had, somebody who looks out for us, listens to us when we are feeling alone.
No prior art experience is necessary.
Materials:
Pencil / Colored pencil
Water colors
Brushes
Paper


Draw a favorite memory from your youth
Saturday, October 24, 2020, 3pm via Zoom
In this class we will create a piece of art from a fond memory.
Think about a time, place or object from your youth. Feel free to gather images or ephemera from that time period to use in your art or as a reference.
No prior art experience necessary.
Materials:
pencil / Colored pencil
Water colors
Brushes
Paper


Present Perimeter
Saturday, November 28, 2020
Veterans: 10 am
Survivors of Suicide 3pm
via Zoom

In this class we will create a work of art using the Present Perimeter System (1 hexagon, 3 half hexagons, 3 rhombuses, and 3 triangles). No prior art experience necessary.


Materials:
pencil / Colored pencil
Water colors
Brushes
Paper
Scissors
Templates – please print prior to class
Optional materials:
Apron
Paper towels or rags
Water bucket
Drawing pencils
Erasers
Ruler
Watercolors or acrylic sets?
3 brushes


About the Facilitators:

David Lloyd Bradley
Professional artist and fine arts faculty, community outreach co-director for AAG. David believes art can help a person discover their creative power no matter their artistic experience or lack thereof.



Tess Mosko Scherer
Professional artist, life coach, community outreach co-director for AAG. Tess is motivated by the power of art to transform our lives and enrich our culture.

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