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SPRING HOURS BEGINNING APRIL 9 Wednesday-Saturday: 11 AM - 8 PM Sunday: 11 AM - 5 PM

Gallery Gift Shop

Wednesday-Sunday: 11 AM - 5 PM

The Firehall Cafe

Wednesday-Saturday: 11 AM - 8 PM Sunday: 11 AM - 5 PM

EARLY REGISTRATION DAY

SATURDAY, MARCH 8TH • 10 AM - 4 PM Come in for guided studio tours and 5 % off class fees!*

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Ceramics & Sculpture................................. 2-4 Painting & Drawing....................................4-5 Jewelry......................................................5-6 Textiles......................................................6-8 Literary Arts...............................................8 Photography..............................................8-9 Music.........................................................9-10 Performing Arts.........................................10 Other.........................................................10 Dance........................................................11 Spring Break Classes...................................11 Getting Involved.........................................12-13 Policies.......................................................14 Directions...................................................14 Registration Form.......................................15

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WINTER HOURS

Monday-Wednesday: 9 AM-5 PM Thursday-Saturday: 9 AM-8 PM Sunday: CLOSED Gallery Gift Shop: 11 AM-5 PM (Mon-Sat, CLOSED Sun.)

CERAMICS & SCULPTURE CERAMIC CANDLE HOLDERS

Let your light shine as you create one-of-a-kind designs using traditional hand building techniques.

Instructor: Trisha Coggins Ages: Children (6+), Teens, Adults Dates: Mondays, March 31-April 21 Time: 10:30 AM – 12 PM Class Fee: $70 Clay Fee (payable to Jansen Art Center): $20

VASES: FUNCTIONAL & DECORATIVE

Spring is here! Create vases in shapes and sizes of your choice for all of your fresh flowers!

Instructor: Trisha Coggins Ages: Children (6+), Teens, Adults Dates: Mondays, March 31-April 21 Time: 12:30 PM – 2 PM Class Fee: $70 Clay Fee (payable to Jansen Art Center): $20

FUNCTIONAL & SCULPTURAL HAND BUILDING IN CLAY

Learn techniques such as slab construction, coil pots, pinch pots, and surface texture. Glazing will also be covered in this class. Instructor: Jesse Rasmussen Ages: Teens, Adults Dates: Mondays, March 31-May 5 (Session 1) • May 12-June 16 (Session 2) Wednesdays, April 2-May 7 (Session 3) • May 14-June 18 (Session 4)

Times: Monday sessions 3 PM – 5:30 PM; Wednesday sessions 6:30 PM – 9 PM Class Fee: $160 (all materials included)

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Explore clay by making your own hand built works of art using pinch, coil, slab and sculpting techniques. Create your very own cups, bowls, tiles, masks and more.

ADVANCED WHEEL THROWN POTTERY

Work on perfecting your wheel throwing technique. Learn about faceting, surface texturing, form distortion, and extreme body forms.

Instructor: Trisha Coggins Ages: Children (6+), Teens, Adults Dates: Tuesdays, April 1-April 22 Time: 4 PM – 5:30 PM Class Fee: $70 Clay Fee (payable to Jansen Art Center): $20

Instructor: Andrew Wollman-Simson Ages: Teens (16+), Adults Dates: Thursdays, April 3-May 22 Time: 4 PM – 6 PM Class Fee: $200 (all materials included)

INTRO TO POTTERY: BOWLS

MOBILES FROM RECYCLED MATERIALS

Create a small series of functional bowls in this beginning/intermediate wheel throwing class.

Instructor: Jesse Rasmussen Ages: Teens, Adults Dates: Tuesdays, April 1-May 6 (Session 1) • May 13-June 17 (Session 2) Time: 3 PM – 5:30 PM Fee per session: $160 (all materials included)

INTRO TO POTTERY: CUPS & MUGS

Create a small series of functional cups and mugs in this beginning/intermediate wheel throwing class.

Instructor: Jesse Rasmussen Ages: Teens, Adults Dates: Tuesdays, April 1-May 6 (Session 1) • May 13-June 17 (Session 2) Time: 6:30 PM – 9 PM Fee per session: $160 (all materials included)

POTTERY FOR TEENS

Whethre you’re a beginner or a master, this class will give you experience throwing, trimming, bisque firing, glazing, and glaze firing at least 3 pieces. Instructor: Shelly Stark Ages: Teens (12-19) Dates: Wednesdays, April 2-May 21 Time: 3:30 PM – 5:30 PM

Class Fee: $200 Material Fee (payable to instructor): $20

Bring to Class: Towel, pottery tools

Turn found and discarded materials into a wonderful, one-of-a-kind mobile in this one day workshop.

Instructors: Ellen Clark & Beth Heffernan Ages: Children (6-11) Date: Saturday, April 5 (1 Day Workshop) Time: 9 AM – 1 PM Class Fee: $30 (all materials included) Bring to Class: Materials to include in your mobile (optional)

MOSAIC FROM RECYCLED POTTERY, TILES, & CROCKERY

Use broken and discarded pieces of pottery to create your own mosaic design in this one day workshop. Finished projects will be grouted and ready to hang on the wall! Instructors: Ellen Clark & Beth Heffernan Ages: Children (6-11) Date: Saturday, April 12 (1 Day Workshop) Time: 9 AM – 1 PM Class Fee: $30 (all materials included)

SHADOWBOXES USING RECYCLED MATERIALS

Create a display of found objects in a shadowbox and decorate the frame in this one day workshop.

Instructors: Ellen Clark & Beth Heffernan Ages: Children (6-11) Date: Saturday, April 19 (1 Day Workshop) Time: 9 AM – 1 PM Class Fee: $30 (all materials included) Bring to Class: Items to include in your shadowbox (optional)

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ONE DAY RAKU WORKSHOP

Remove red hot ceramic ware from a kiln and place your chosen piece into a chamber of combustible material. An exciting firing technique with dramatic results!

Instructor: Jesse Rasmussen Ages: Teens, Adults Dates: Saturdays, April 19 (Session 1) • May 10 (Session 2) • June 7 (Session 3) Time: 1 PM – 3:30 PM Fee per session: $20 Material Fee (payable to instructor): $15-80 depending on size of ceramic ware

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HORSEHAIR RAKU WORKSHOP

PAINTING & DRAWING

the pots and creates beautifully articulated random designs.

PAINT YOUR FAVORITE ANIMAL

A variation on Raku firing using horsehair, which leaves meandering black lines on Instructor: Jesse Rasmussen Ages: Teens, Adults Dates: Saturdays, April 19 (Session 1) • May 10 (Session 2) • June 7 (Session 3) Time: 10 AM – 12 PM Fee per session: $20 Material Fee (payable to instructor): $15-80 depending on size of ceramic ware

TILE ART

Construct your own art tiles—from square tiles with drawn images to sculpted low relief tiles and beyond—and learn glazing and firing techniques. Instructor: Michael Laboon Ages: Adults Dates: Saturdays, May 3-May 31 NO CLASS May 10 Time: 1 PM – 3 PM Class Fee: $130 Material Fee (payable to instructor): $20

SCULPTING ANIMALS Create realistic sculptures of your favorite animals in clay. Instructor: Trisha Coggins Ages: Children (6+), Teens, Adults Dates: Tuesdays, May 27-June 17 Time: 4 PM – 5:30 PM Class Fee: $65

Clay Fee (payable to Jansen Art Center): $20

Use a photo reference to paint an animal of your choice in acrylics on canvas. This workshop covers shape, form, composition, and how to use different brush strokes and colors to create textures (fur, scale, eyes, grass, trees, etc.).

Instructor: Lorna Libert Ages: Teens (12-18) Dates: Monday, March 31 Wednesday, April 2 (2 Day Workshop) Time: 9 AM - 12 PM Class Fee: $70 Material Fee (payable to instructor): $20

PAINT YOUR SELF PORTRAIT

Learn how to paint a self portrait in acrylics on canvas. A fun introduction to painting people, this workshop covers the basic shapes that make up heads and bodies, choosing the right paints for hair, skin, and eye colors, and how to use expressions and outfits to make an interesting portrait. Instructor: Lorna Libert Ages: Children (6-8) Date: Monday, March 31 (1 Day Workshop) Time: 12:30 PM – 2:30 PM Class Fee: $30 Material Fee (payable to instructor): $20

DRUM MAKING & PAINTING: A PERSONAL EXPRESSION

Construct a 10 inch octagon rawhide drum—a style common among most native people in North America—and paint it with a design expressing who you are. A great class for a parent and child to take together!

THE MANY FACES OF CLAY

Learn the basic proportions of the face and how to sculpt creative décor for your home and garden.

Instructor: Trisha Coggins Ages: Children (6+), Teens, Adults Dates: Mondays, June 2-June 23 Time: 12:30 PM – 2 PM Class Fee: $65 Clay Fee (payable to Jansen Art Center): $20

Instructor: Scott Jensen Ages: Teens (12+), Adults Dates: Tuesday, April 1 and Thursday, April 3 (2 Day Workshop) Time: 10 AM – 2 PM Class Fee: $50 Material Fee (payable to instructor): $40 Bring to Class: Soft lead pencil, black fine point permanent marker, eraser

STILL LIFE: THE SUBJECT OF INTEREST

Learn how to display a collection of interesting objects artistically, then build your drawing skills by translating your display into a 2D work of art.

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Instructor: Trisha Coggins Ages: Adults Dates: Tuesdays, April 1-April 22 Time: 12:30 PM – 2 PM Class Fee: $65 (all materials included)

Bring to Class: Objects to display and draw, a sketchbook.

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REGISTER TODAY! CALL 360.354.3600 • CLICK www.jansenartcenter.org • COME IN! WATERCOLORS WITH NORTHWEST THEMES

This class will cover all aspects of watercolor painting: technique, composition, color, spontaneity and control. Subject matter will lean to Northwest themes, landscapes, seascapes, florals and leaves.

Instructor: Deborah Haggman Ages: Teens, Adults Dates: Thursdays, April 24-May 29 Time: 1 PM – 4 PM Class Fee: $125 Bring to Class: See materials list online

INTRO TO COLOR

Paint in your own style with the colors that most intrigue you as you explore the basics of color theory.

Instructor: Trisha Coggins Ages: Teens (12+), Adults Date: Monday, May 19 (1 Day Workshop) Time: 11 AM – 2 PM Class Fee: $40 Material Fee (payable to instructor): $20

CHARCOAL: THE MEDIUM OF INTEREST

Explore light and shadow as you learn how charcoal can add dimension to still lifes, landscapes, and portraits.

Instructor: Trisha Coggins Ages: Teens (12+), Adults Dates: Tuesdays, May 20-June 10 Time: 12:30 PM – 2 PM Class Fee: $65

DISCOVER DRAWING ANIMALS

Learn how simple shapes, textures, and values will allow you to draw a realistic picture of any animal.

Instructor: Trisha Coggins Ages: Children (6+), Teens Dates: Thursdays, May 22-June 12 Time: 4:30 PM – 6 PM Class Fee: $65 (all materials included) Bring to Class: A sketchbook

INTRODUCTION TO DRAWING PORTRAITS Learn the correct proportions of the face and how to draw it from any angle. Instructor: Trisha Coggins Ages: Teens (12+), Adults Dates: Mondays, June 2-June 23 Time: 10:30 AM – 12 PM Class Fee: $65 (all materials included) Bring to Class: A sketchbook

JEWELRY BEADING ON A LOOM

Learn the basics of bead weaving as you follow simple patterns for making a bracelet on a bead loom. For full details, see Textiles.

SPINNER RING WORKSHOP

Fabricate a sterling silver ring with several spinning inner rings. Learn how to solder, form, polish, and patina your own custom ring.

Choose a natural element—air, fire, water, or earth—to explore with watercolors.

Instructor: Judith Gauthier Ages: Adults Date: Saturday, April 26 (1 Day Workshop) Time: 11 AM - 4 PM Class Fee: $85

Learn the basics of the medium and experiment with different brush techniques.

Material Fee (payable to instructor): $10

Material Fee (payable to instructor): $10

EVER-FLOWING COLOR

Instructor: Trisha Coggins Ages: Teens (12+), Adults Date: Tuesday, May 20 (1 Day Workshop) Time: 4 PM – 7 PM Class Fee: $40 Material Fee (payable to instructor): $20

BEGINNING JEWELRY

Learn the basic techniques of jewelry fabrication and create at least two pieces of custom jewelry. Skills covered include annealing, sawing, piercing, filing, texturing, soldering, forming, polishing, and cold connection.

Instructor: Judith Gauthier Ages: Adults Dates: Tuesdays, April 29-May 27 (Session 1) • June 3-July 1 (Session 2) Time: 10 AM – 1 PM Fee per session: $185 (all materials included)

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FOLD FORM BRACELET WORKSHOP

STERLING SILVER RING WORKSHOP

and highlight your piece with rivets and patinas.

torch. Learn how to cut, texture, form, solder, polish, and patina.

Create a fold formed, textured bracelet. Explore the rolling mill using copper and brass Instructor: Judith Gauthier Ages: Adults Date: Saturday, May 3 (1 Day Workshop) Time: 11 AM – 4 PM Class Fee: $65 (all materials included)

Design and create your own sterling silver ring band using hand tools and a soldering Instructor: Judith Gauthier Ages: Adults Date: Saturday, May 31 (1 Day Workshop) Time: 11 AM – 5 PM Class Fee: $85 Material Fee (payable to instructor): $10

HOW TO SOLDER WORKSHOP

Spend some hours with the torch doing various soldering exercises for non-ferrous metals. Great for beginners and those who want to hone their skills. Instructor: Judith Gauthier Ages: Adults Date: Friday May 9 (1 Day Workshop) Time: 11 AM – 4 PM

FATHER’S DAY SQUARE KNOT BRACELET

Create a bracelet with an interesting knot design using copper round wire and accented with sterling silver balls. Learn annealing, soldering, forming, and polishing in this workshop. This bracelet makes a wonderful Father’s Day gift!

Class Fee: $55 (all materials included)

Instructor: Judith Gauthier Ages: Adults Date: Saturday, June 7 (1 Day Workshop) Time: 11 AM – 4 PM

MOTHER’S DAY STERLING SILVER PENDANT WORKSHOP

Class Fee: $65

Annealing, filing, forming, polishing, and patina will be introduced. A unique gift!

TEXTILES

Spend Mother’s Day creating a beautiful sterling silver pendant using a jeweler’s saw. Instructor: Judith Gauthier Ages: Adults Date: Sunday, May 11 (1 Day Workshop) Time: 11 AM – 4 PM Class Fee: $65

SHIBORI SCARF WORKSHOP

Learn the basics of binding and dyeing fabric as you create a light, gauzy silk-cotton blend scarf (about 16” x 80”).

Create a textured and colorful piece of wearable art using glass seed beads, tile grout,

Instructor: Margot Myers Ages: Adults Dates: Wednesday, April 9, Thursday April 10, Friday April 11 (3 Day Workshop) Time: 6:30 PM – 9 PM Class Fee: $70 Material Fee (payable to instructor): $20

and a square sterling silver frame.

Bring to Class: Pencil and sketchbook (optional), work clothes or apron

Material Fee (payable to instructor): $10

MICRO-MOSAIC PENDANT WORKSHOP

Instructor: Courtney Lipson Ages: Teens (16+), Adults Date: Saturday, May 17 (1 Day Workshop) Time: 11 AM - 5 PM Class Fee: $90 (all materials included) Material Fee: Students may purchase additional frames from instructor Bring to Class: 2 grams of size 15° seed beads in colors of your choice (optional)

2 DAY BEGINNING JEWELRY WORKSHOP

Learn basic techniques fundamental to jewelry fabrication: how to use the jeweler’s saw, anneal non-ferrous metals, and texture with the rolling mill and hammer. Expect

BEADING ON A LOOM

Learn the basics of bead weaving as you follow simple patterns for making a bracelet on a bead loom.

Instructor: Jenni Jimmerson Ages: Adults Dates: Saturday, April 5 and Sunday April 6 (Session 1) • Saturday, June 7 and Sunday, June 8 (Session 2) Time: 11 AM – 3 PM Fee per session: $50 Material Fee (payable to instructor): $10

to complete one project (pendant or pin).

Instructor: Judith Gauthier Ages: Adults Dates: Saturday, May 17 & Sunday, May 18 (2 Day Workshop) Time: 11 AM – 5 PM Class Fee: $130 (all materials included)

For full class decriptions, instructor bios, and the most up-to-date information, visit our website!

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Create beautiful yarn from raw sheep’s wool. Learn how the spinning wheel works, how to prepare the fiber for spinning, and how to spin.

Instructor: Chris Paul Ages: Teens (12+), Adults Dates: Saturdays, April 12-April 26 (Session 1) • Wednesdays, May 7-May 21 (Session 2) Time: 1 PM – 4 PM Fee per session: $75

FELTED HAT WORKSHOP

Make a handfelted hat in a style and color of your choice. Embellishments of yarn, ribbon, pieces of fabric or other colors of wool can be added. Instructor: Donna Hunter Ages: Adults Date: Tuesday, May 6 (1 Day Workshop) Time: 10 AM – 2:30 PM Class Fee: $45

Material Fee (payable to instructor): $15

Material Fee (payable to instructor): $8

BEGINNING WEAVING

FELTED BOWL WORKSHOP

Learn critical vocabulary, basic weaving structures (plain and twill weaves), fiber characteristics, and finishing techniques as you complete a project such as a table runner, pillow cover, or dish towel.

Instructor: Teresa Van Haalen Ages: Adults Dates: Wednesdays April 23-May 14 Time: 5:30 PM – 7:30 PM Class Fee: $100 Material Fee (payable to instructor): $10 (unless student provides own yarn) Bring to Class: Measuring tape, scissors, writing materials to take notes.

CEDAR: THE FINER POINTS

An intermediate to advanced workshop for weavers looking to hone their skills. Learn tips and tricks such as: ways to add corner spokes, how to keep your rim level and rows straight, how to weave faster. Your questions help guide the class!

Instructor: Kay Harradine Ages: Adults Date: Saturday April 26 (1 Day Workshop) Time: 10 AM – 6 PM Class Fee: $55 Material Fee (payable to instructor): $50 Bring to Class: Small bucket, towel, pencil, awl, sharp scissors, blunt tapestry needle with large eye, adhesive bandage.

NUNO FELTED SCARF WORKSHOP

Make a soft, drapeable scarf by felting wool onto a sheer woven fabric of silk, rayon or cotton. Embellishments of yarn, ribbon and pieces of fabric can be added. Instructor: Donna Hunter Ages: Adults Date: Tuesday, April 29 (1 Day Workshop) Time: 10 AM – 2 PM Class Fee: $45 Material Fee (payable to instructor): $8

EXPLORE THE JOY OF WEAVING!

Make a handfelted bowl (5-6” in size) with wool and silk. Embellishments of yarn, beads, buttons, flowers, and so on can be added.

Instructor: Donna Hunter Ages: Adults Date: Friday, May 9 (1 Day Workshop) Time: 1 PM – 3 PM Class Fee: $30 Material Fee (payable instructor): $4 Bring to Class: 7-8 grocery size plastic bags to stuff the bowl for drying

GRANDMOTHER’S EGG BASKET

This charming old-fashioned country basket is a wonderful introduction to rib-construction basketry.

Instructor: Kay Harradine Ages: Adults Date: Saturday, May 10 (1 Day Workshop) Time: 10 AM – 5 PM Class Fee: $55 Material Fee (payable to instructor): $25 Bring to Class: Bucket, old towel, sharp scissors, pencil, adhesive bandage

UPCYCLING HOME DECOR AND DYE WORKSHOP

Work with previously used materials to create something new! Turn lightly used drapery into hand dyed fibers, then use applique techniques and sewing to make a set of 5 no-zipper decorative pillow cushion covers.

Instructor: Margot Myers Ages: Adults Dates: Monday, May 12, Wednesday, May 14, Friday, May 16 (3 Day Workshop) Time: 3 PM - 6 PM Class Fee: $100 Material Fee (payable to instructor): $40 Bring to Class: Scraps of fabric (optional), sewing machine, thread, scissors (fabric and non-fabric), apron or work clothes.

Weave a mug-rug or small tapestry on a super-quick custom, handmade loom that is perfect for travel!

Instructor: Joyce Noordmans Ages: Adults Dates: Wednesdays, June 4-18 Time: 1 PM-3 PM Class Fee: $65 Material Fee (payable to instructor): $10; optional loom purchase $55

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BATIK DRAWING CLASS

PHOTOGRAPHY

create an original 3-color drawing on cotton.

SHOOT LIKE A PRO

Explore the tradition of drawing with hot wax and direct dyeing fabric. Students will Instructor: Margot Myers Ages: Adults Dates: Monday, May 12, Wednesday, May 14, Friday, May 16 (3 Day Workshop) Time: 6:30 PM – 9 PM Class Fee: $100 Material Fee (payable to instructor): $35 Bring to Class: Sketchbook with color drawings (optional), work clothes or apron

Increase your ability to capture our world through a camera lens as you learn about light, movement, and composition. Instructor: Trisha Coggins Ages: Children (8+), Teens Dates: Thursdays, April 3-April 24 Time: 4 PM – 5:30 PM Class Fee: $60

Bring to Class: Camera, writing materials for note taking

CEDAR POCKETS

A weaving class customizable for all levels, using cedar, sweet grass or colorful raffia, and accent plant fibers. Create a small pocket to use as a neck pouch or a large pocket to hang.

Instructor: Kay Harradine Ages: Adults Date: Saturday June 14 (1 Day Workshop) Time: 9 AM – 5 PM Class Fee: $50 Material Fee (payable to instructor): $35 Bring to Class: Embellishments (optional), towel, sharp scissors, clothespins, pencil, work clothes or apron, blunt tapestry needle with large eye, measuring tape or ruler, small water cup or bowl.

LITERARY ARTS CREATING YOUR LEGACY LETTER

Write your own legacy letter: a document for your loved ones in which you share life lessons learned, your guiding principles, and your hopes and dreams for the future. Use fun & interactive memory prompts to capture your core values and beliefs. Instructor: Sara Geballe Ages: Adults Dates: Tuesdays, May 6 & May 13 (2 Day Workshop) Time: 10 AM – 1 PM Class Fee: $35 (all materials included) Bring to Class: Paper and writing utensils

HAVE YOUR BOOK CLUB @ THE J!

The Firehall Cafe is an inviting space perfect for a discussion of your latest literary adventures! Our Library Workshop also makes a great venue for author visits, poetry readings, and writing workshops! Call today to explore your options!

PHOTOGRAPHY WALKABOUT FOR KIDS

Get creative with your camera in this fun outdoor (weather permitting) photo scavenger hunt. Get tips for making your pictures even better! A great supplement to “Shoot Like A Pro”

Instructor: Trisha Coggins Ages: Children (8+), Teens Date: Friday, April 4 (1 Day Workshop) Time: 1 PM – 4 PM Class Fee: $40 Bring to Class: Camera, writing materials for note taking

BEGINNING DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY WITH MARK BERGSMA Advance toward proper exposure techniques with digital cameras. Learn the principles of F stops and shutter speeds and start taking control of your creative photography.

Instructor: Mark Bergsma Ages: Teens, Adults Dates: Saturday, May 3 & Sunday, May 4 (2 Day Workshop) Time: 11 AM – 2 PM Class Fee: $75 Bring to Class: A DSLR camera capable of manually choosing apertures, shutter speeds, white balance, and ISO or sensor speed, camera manual for reference, tripod (optional)

ADOBE LIGHTROOM WITH MARK BERGSMA

Learn how to use Adobe Lightroom software to catalog your images and fine tune the “look” of your photos. Explore the tools in the Develop Module, from adjusting individual attributes to making your own custom presets. Also covered are ways to make slideshows, and make prints and photo books.

Instructor: Mark Bergsma Ages: Teens, Adults Dates: Wednesdays, May 7 & May 14 (2 Day Workshop) Time: 5 PM – 8 PM Class Fee: $75 Bring to Class: A laptop with Lightroom installed is advantageous but not required to attend or to learn.

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Shoot on location to learn about the creative use of depth of field and long exposure techniques. These techniques will help elevate your image making experience and augment your creative photographic vision.

BEGINNING SUZUKI VIOLIN

The violin is the instrument that comes closest to the human voice, and Shinichi Suzuki believed every child could learn to play it just as they learn their “mother tongue.” Learn to play the violin in a group setting using a modified version of the

Instructor: Mark Bergsma Ages: Teens, Adults Dates: Wednesdays, June 4 & June 11 (2 Day Workshop) Time: 5 PM – 8 PM Class Fee: $75.00 Bring to Class: A DSLR camera capable of choosing manual exposure settings, a tripod. Please note that this class will move between indoor & outdoor settings as weather permits. Location: Mark Bergsma will notify you of the shooting locations a few days prior to

Suzuki method.

class. Students are responsible for meeting at the specified location.

THE BAND 101 (BEGINNER)

MUSIC AFRICAN MARIMBA PLAYING WORKSHOP

Explore the basic playing techniques of rhythm on bodies, drums, and marimbas. Dig into the juicy traditional and contemporary African music repertoire as you learn how to become part of a musical team. No musical experience necessary! Instructor: Deborah Dole Ages: Children & Teens (4th-9th Grade) Dates: Wednesday, April 2 (Session 1) • Friday, April 4 (Session 2) Time: 12 PM – 3 PM Fee per session: $65 (all materials included)

CREATIVITY: THE INNER FIRE

This music theory workshop will help you explore what makes music great. Tap into your inner fire as you discover the tools to turn creativity into composition, using poetry for inspiration. No prior knowledge or compositional abilities required.

Instructor: Tony Phillipps Ages: Teens (16+), Adults Dates: Saturdays April 5-April 26 Time: 10 AM – 12 PM Class Fee: $100 Bring to Class: Any instrument you are comfortable with, or just your voice, pencil and paper (staff paper if you read music). No computers or notation programs--nothing Brahms or Thelonius Monk didn’t have!

AFRICAN MARIMBA PLAYING WORKSHOP (Adults)

Explore the basic playing techniques of rhythm on bodies, drums, and marimbas. Dig into the juicy traditional and contemporary African music repertoire as you learn how to become part of a musical team. Learn by ear and through notation on very accessible instruments. No musical experience necessary! Instructor: Deborah Dole Ages: Adults Dates: Saturday, April 5 (1 Day Workshop) Time: 1 PM – 4 PM

Instructor: Emily Bailey Ages: Children (5-9) Dates: Mondays April 14-June 23 Time: 3:30 PM – 4:30 PM Class Fee: $130 Bring to Class: Suzuki Book 1 and Book 1 CD, violin (students will be sized for their instruments on first day of class)

The beginning strums of a lifetime playing guitar. This class is far from boring and introduces the player to an incredibly versatile instrument. We’ll be jamming tunes on the first day.

Instructor: Kathleen Dean Ages: Children, Teens Dates: Saturdays, April 12-May 10 Time: 10 AM – 11 AM Class Fee: $65 Materials: Students will need to purchase a book and tuner Bring to Class: Your own guitar, or see Mrs. Dean about acquiring one

THE BAND 102 (Intermediate)

Let’s rock on! This class is for the guitarist who has had an introduction to guitar or under one year of lessons, so we’ll keep the momentum going.

Instructor: Kathleen Dean Ages: Children, Teens Dates: Saturdays, April 12-May 10 Time: 11 AM – 12 PM Class Fee: $65 Materials: Students will need to purchase a book and tuner Bring to Class: Your own guitar, or see Mrs. Dean about acquiring one

JANSEN ART CENTER STRING ENSEMBLE

Be part of the J’s select string ensemble. Designed to teach young musicians to play musically within an ensemble and be a part of a musical team. Students will perform at special events at the Jansen Art Center. Students should have a minimum of 5 years of experience on their instrument. Open to violin, viola, cello, and bass. Instructor: Karen Visser Ages: Teens (12+), Adults Dates: Thursdays, April 24-May 29 Time: 4:30 PM – 5:30 PM Class Fee: $50

Bring to Class: Students should bring their own instrument

Class Fee: $65 (all materials included)

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BEGINNING AFRICAN MARIMBA GROUP

This group-oriented introduction to playing rhythms and music on African style marimbas and hand drums. Dig into some of the juicy traditional and contemporary African music repertoire and become part of a musical team. Learn by ear and with some notation on these very accessible instruments.

PERFORMING ARTS THE WORLD OF PUPPETS WORKSHOP

Learn about the history of puppetry, create your own puppet, and perform for your family and friends. Take home the skills to create and perform on those rainy days!

Instructor: Deborah Dole Ages: Teens, Adults Dates: Saturdays, May 3-June 14 NO CLASS on May 17 Time: 11 AM – 12:15 PM Class Fee: $155 Materials: Students do not need to own a marimba or drum to practice on at home, but it is important to find a way to practice the rhythm and melodies learned. If you can sing your part or pick it out on a keyboard, then you have it!

Instructors: Trisha Coggins and Andy Koch Ages: Children (6+), Teens, Adults Dates: Saturday, April 5 (Session 1) • Saturday, May 31 (Session 2) Time: 11 AM – 2 PM Fee per session: $55 (all materials included)

MUSIC COORDINATOR

BONSAI 101

JANSEN JAZZ BAND DIRECTOR Steve Herrick • 360-319-5746

your plant.

Karen Visser • 360-354-5942

PRIVATE MUSIC LESSONS Vocal Coaching, Guitar Kathleen Dean • 360.354.2525 songbird58@comcast.net Suzuki Violin Emily Bailey • 360.354.6742 sambailey@juno.com Guitar, Ukulele, Banjo Larry Miller • 360.927.7910 larry@noisyneighbormusic.com Drumming & Perscussion Nathan Matson • 360.715.2104 ntmatson@aol.com Piano, Accordion, Bassoon Terhi Miikki-Broersma • 360.510.0654 terhimiikkib@yahoo.com Piano Sandra Lyste • 360.398.7454 sandralyste@yahoo.com

OTHER Bring a plant of your choosing (see materials list for recommended plants) and learn about the many styles of bonsai. Learn the essentials of pruning, potting, and wiring Instructor: George Berkompas Ages: Teens (14+), Adults Date: Sunday, April 6 (1 Day Workshop) Time: 1 PM – 2:30 PM Class Fee: $25 Bring to Class: Bring your own plant. Choose one with small leaves for appropriate scale. Recommended plants: small-leafed Azaleas and Rhododendrons, small-leaf Japanese Maples, Douglas Fir, Pines (Mugo, Japanese White, Shore Pine, Black Pine), Barberry, Rosemary, Juniper (Juniper procumbens ‘Nana’, Juniper chinensis, Juniper Shimpaku), “Top Hat” Blueberry, Fuchsia (Encliandra or David), small-leafed Chinese Elm, Japanese Holly, Korean Lilac, Boxwood, Hemlock (Mountain, Canadian, and Western), Japanese Larch, Wisteria, Crabapple, Cherry. Additional materials: A pot, 1mm-3mm copper anodized aluminum wire, small scissors, concave cutter (recommended), wire cutters, lazy susan, and chopsticks. Potting soil: 2 part Smit’s compost, 1 part hen grit, 1 part lava rock (1/8”-1/4” rocks), handful of fertilizer. If you are bringing a large plant, bring a folding saw. Recommended reading: “Bonsai” published by Sunset Publishing Corp.

CENTERPIECE DESIGN

A beginner’s introduction to fresh flower table centerpieces. This class is the first step in a building block approach to floral design. Students will discover the design principles for making centerpieces and will make their own arrangement in class. Instructor: Cheryl Jackson Ages: Teens (16+), Adults Date: Wednesday, April 30 Time: 6 PM – 8 PM Class Fee: $25 Material Fee (payable to instructor): $10

Bring to Class: A sharp knife (i.e. a kitchen paring knife), a pair of pruners.

For full class decriptions, instructor bios, and the most up-to-date information, visit our website!

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DANCE NORTHWEST BALLET ACADEMY CLASSES Northwest Ballet Academy continues to teach classes at the J, but are now handling their own registrations. To learn more about our dance classes, please call 360.714.1246

OPEN STUDIO & DEMONSTRATIONS

Visit our website for more information on open studio information and demonstration times!

SPRING BREAK @ THE J PAINT YOUR FAVORITE ANIMAL Ages: Teens (12-18) Mon. March 31 and Wed. April 2 (2 Day Workshop) See page 4 for details!

THE WORLD OF PUPPETS WORKSHOP Ages: Children (6+), Teens, Adults Sat. April 5 (1 Day Workshop) See page 10 for details!

PAINT YOUR SELF PORTRAIT Ages: Children (6-8) Mon. March 31 (1 Day Workshop) See page 4 for details!

ONGOING CLASSES

DRUM MAKING & PAINTING: A PERSONAL EXPRESSION Ages: Teens (12+), Adults Tues. April 1 and Thurs. April 3 (2 Day Workshop) See page 4 for details! AFRICAN MARIMBA PLAYING WORKSHOP Ages: Children, Teens (4th-9th Grade) Wed. April 2 • Fri. April 4 (1 Day Workshop; Pick a session!) See page 9 for details! PHOTOGRAPHY WALKABOUT FOR KIDS Ages: Children (8+), Teens Fri. April 4 (1 Day Workshop) See page 8 for details! MOBILES FROM RECYCLED MATERIALS Ages: Children (6-11) Sat. April 5 (1 Day Workshop) See page 3 for details!

CERAMICS & SCULPTURE see page 2-4 for details

Ceramic Candle Holders Vases: Functional & Decorative Functional & Sculptural Hand Building in Clay Intro to Pottery: Bowls The Art of Clay Intro to Pottery: Cups & Mugs Pottery for Teens Advanced Wheel Thrown Pottery

TEXTILES see page 6-8 for details

Beading on a Loom

PHOTOGRAPHY see page 8-9 for details Shoot Like A Pro

MUSIC see page 9-10 for details Creativity: The Inner Fire

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DONATE

We welcome your support of the arts!

BECOME A MEMBER

Jansen Art Center invites you to become a part of our vibrant arts community! As a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization, your contributions are an essential part of sustaining our programming and allowing us to thrive! Our annual memberships are available at a variety of levels:

J Member

Student $50 Senior (65+) $60 Individual $75 Family $100

Sustaining Member

Supporter of the Arts $150 Friend of the Arts $250 Patron of the Arts $500 Benefactor $1000 To become a member or learn more, please visit our website or pick up a membership brochure.

Making a monetary donation: Gifts to the Jansen Art Center are tax deductible. You may make a donation at the J or mail a check. Please make checks payable to Jansen Art Center. Thank you! Donating equipment & supplies: We are in need of a variety of types of equipment and materials. If you have an item or items you would like to donate, please contact us. We welcome and appreciate your generosity!

VOLUNTEER

Jansen Art Center depends on volunteers to act as important links to the greater community! We always have a need for skilled volunteers to serve as docents, staff events, work in the gallery gift shop, perform clerical work, and much more! Volunteering here is fun and rewarding, whether you’re an artist, an art enthusiast, or just enjoy giving back! Fill out an application online or call to set up an interview to tell us about your skills and interests!

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A CALL TO ARTISTS

GALLERY GIFT SHOP

Our Gallery Gift Shop offers an incredible selection of items made by regional artists and artisans, including jewelry, ceramics, sculptures, woodwork, accessories, glass art, music, cards, prints, and originals! If you would like to consign your work in our shop, please make an appointment with the Gallery Shop Manager at 360.354.3600 ext. 1

THE FIREHALL CAFE

Once home to the Lynden Fire Department, the Firehall Cafe features Tony’s Coffee, Kulshan Brewery beer, fine Washington wines, and a selection of fresh regional fare. ‘Like’ us on Facebook for weekly specials! Call in your order at 360.354.3600 ext. 2

THE PIANO LOUNGE

Next to The Firehall Cafe is our Piano Lounge, an intimate venue with a grand piano. We have live music every week, featuring local pianists and acoustic musicians. Check our website for listings! If you would like to perform here, call 360.354.3600

If you would like to exhibit your work at the Jansen Art Center, please follow the submission guidelines on our website. We prefer to receive submissions by email. If you are unable to submit electronically, please contact the Arts Director to make other arrangements at 360.354.3600 ext. 3

A CALL TO PERFORMERS

Our Chamber Hall, once home to the Lynden City Council, is a beautifully restored venue for performances. Featuring a Schimmel concert grand piano, this hall can accommodate up to 120. If you would like to perform here, call our Events Coordinator at 360.354.3600 ext. 4

A CALL TO INSTRUCTORS

We offer a variety of high quality classes and workshops to students of various ages and artistic abilities. If you have a passion for art and would like to teach a class or workshop, please visit our website and fill out a submission form! If you are unable to submit electronically, please contact the Arts Director to make other arrangements at 360.354.3600 ext. 3

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CANCELLATION POLICY

The Jansen Art Center reserves the right to cancel classes with low enrollment. If a class has not reached its minimum enrollment ONE WEEK prior to the class start date, it will be canceled. We encourage early registration to ensure that classes reach minimum enrollment.

REFUND POLICY

1) Full refunds will be issued to all participants if JAC must cancel a class due to low enrollment. All refunds will be issued by check. 2) To cancel a registration, please contact information (360-354-3600 ext. 5) at Jansen Art Center at least one week prior to the class. You will be issued a full refund. 3) If you cancel a registration less than a week prior to the class, you are entitled to a full credit that can be applied toward any JAC class. Please note that this has no cash value and cannot be exchanged for any other JAC merchandise or services. 4) No refunds or credits will be given for a class once it has started. Refunds based on special circumstances must be submitted for approval and are not guaranteed.

PHOTO POLICY

Jansen Art Center takes photographs on location throughout the year. These images often include students, employees, and guests in the facility. Jansen Art Center reserves the right to use these photographs as a part of its publicity and marketing effort. Those who attend, visit, or work at JAC do so with the understanding that these photographs might include them and might be used for promotional purposes, including but not limited to, publications, advertisements, website, and social media.

REGISTER TODAY! CALL 360.354.3600 • CLICK www.jansenartcenter.org • COME IN! GETTING TO THE J From the North

From the Peace Arch Border Crossing: Take I-5 to exit 270 (Birch Bay/ Lynden Rd.) Go east on Birch Bay-Lynden Rd. to Guide Meridian St. Turn north on Guide Meridian. Turn east on Front St and follow to #321. From the Lynden/Aldergrove Border Crossing: Take Guide Meridian (Rt. 539) south to Front Street. Turn east on Front St. and continue to #321. From the Sumas Border Crossing: Go south on SR11 (which becomes SR9). Turn west on Badger Rd. (SR 546), then turn south on Depot St. Turn west on Front St. and follow to #321.

From the South

From the Mt. Baker Highway: Go north on I-5 to exit 255 (SR 542/Sunset Dr./Mt. Maker Hwy). Go east to Hannegan Rd. and turn north. Turn west on Front St. and follow to #321.

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(5% discount)

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5% OFF CLASSES! FOUR OR MORE Come to the J on March 8th from 10 AM - 4 PM for our Spring Registration Fair and get 5% off class fees (10% off for members)! Take a guided tour of our studios and sign up for exciting new classes!

Create a class for your friends & family and share the gift of creativity! Custom classes make a great team building exercise and a unique way to celebrate! Call today to discuss your options for classes!

FIRST THURSDAYS SECOND TUESDAYS Come to the J every month for exhibit openings on the first Thursday! Meet the artists behind the work and be the first to see the latest exhibit! Check out our website for details!

Join us for How It’s Made: Artist Lectures on the 2nd Tuesday of the month!

Uncover the passion, inspiration, and technique behind the arts at these engaging lectures! See our website for details!

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Jansen Art Center Spring 2014 Class Catalog  

Jansen Art Center class catalog for Spring Quarter 2014 (March 31-June 20).

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