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Art Classes & Events October – December 2017

Your artist is inside.


Meet Ben. Ben is an aspiring rocket scientist. He is one of hundreds of teenagers who benefit from art education at Pratt each year. “I enrolled in Pratt’s art classes to better comprehend the materials and techniques used in manufacturing. I hope this knowledge will allow me to design objects that can be more easily manufactured.” Ben’s art education will equip him with the tools to be the best rocket scientist he can be – to think creatively, to see things from new perspectives, to solve problems with ingenuity and innovation. Don’t believe me?

Meet Michelle. Michelle is an established rocket engineer. She is one of thousands of adults who benefit from art education at Pratt each year. “Classes at Pratt have enhanced my knowledge of metal properties and processes and have helped me approach design problems from a different perspective. “

Rather serendipitously, Michelle and Ben both took classes in the jewelry studio with the same instructor. This summer, we orchestrated a meeting of the two, instantly validating Ben’s experience and inspiring him to continue his pursuit.


Michelle and Ben, Summer 2017

People like Michelle and Ben come to Pratt seeking art engagements that offer them personal and professional transformation. We believe that everyone deserves that opportunity and you can help to make that possible. From now until the end of the year we are raising funds for our Access Fund, the fund that lowers the actual cost of all of our programs by 40% and allows us to offer scholarships, need-based financial assistance and free programs throughout the year.

Please consider making a meaningful gift to the Access Fund today! Cheers,

Steve Galatro, Executive Director

www.pratt.org/make-a-donation


Special Exhibition

Making Our Mark: Art by Pratt Teaching Artists November 10, 2017 – April 8, 2018 Opening Preview Party: Thursday, November 9, 6:30 – 8:30pm Bellevue Arts Museum Making our Mark: Art by Pratt Teaching Artists is a commemorative exhibition celebrating the 40th anniversary of Pratt Fine Arts Center. The exhibition features work from over 250 Pratt teaching artists throughout the organization’s influential history.         Learn more and see the full list of featured artists here: https://www.bellevuearts.org/ exhibitions/upcoming/making-our-mark

Study Abroad in Mexico! Through our Study abroad program, you will be able to dive into diverse cultures and explore their artistic experiences and talents firsthand. Connect with new outlooks and forms of inspiration that will get your creative juices flowing! Mixed Media Printmaking in Chacala

Inspired Stonesetting in San Miguel

February 3–10, 2018 with Miguel Perez and Larry Calkins. Payment Dates: $925 due upon registration, $925 due November 10, 2017.

January 29 – February 2, 2018 with Jesse Bert. Payment Dates: $875 deposit due upon registration, $875 final payment due by November 10.

Mono-Printmaking in Guanajuato

Silver Filigree in Oaxaca

February 17–24, 2018 with Hugo Anaya. Payment Dates: $925 due upon registration, $925 due November 10.

February 12 – 16, 2018 with Rafael Bautista. Payment Dates: $710 deposit due upon registration, $710 final payment due by November 10.

Find full details and register at www.pratt.org/study-abroad


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P H O T O BY A L E C M I L L E R

Contents Studio Access Pricing & Incentives . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Pratt Artist: Asia Tail . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Tuition Assistance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17

Class Listings Holiday Workshops . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Youth & Teen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Jewelry and Metals Jewelry / Metalsmithing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9

Hot Glass Glassblowing / Hot Glass Casting / Coldworking . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10

Warm Glass Flameworking / Kilnworking / Beadmaking . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11

Sculpture Fabrication / Woodworking / Blacksmithing/ Stonecarving / Foundry . . . 12

Print Mixed Media / Printmaking . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14

Drawing and Painting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 Honoring Edwin T. Pratt and our creative community for over 40 years. Pratt Fine Arts Center serves as a lasting tribute to Edwin T. Pratt, a community leader who relentlessly championed open and equal access to educational and housing opportunities for all of Seattle’s residents. Pratt Fine Arts Center honors his memory by continuing to pursue its mission of making art education accessible to everyone, for people of all ages, all skill levels, and all backgrounds.


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2017 Studio Access Pricing & Incentives

First day free! For a limited time, when you complete your access test and sign up for a membership, you get your first access day FREE!

Frequent Daily Artist Rewards

More information at pratt.org/studio-access

Get your 6th day free with your new Daily Access Punch Card!

Studio Access Hot Glass / Glassblowing*

$165

Jewelry**

$25 $150

1 Glory Hole; 4 hour slot

Per Blowshot

Daily Rate

Monthly Pass

Hot Glass / Glassblowing

$700

2 Glory Holes; 8 hours

Full Day Rate

Metal Fabrication $35 Studio** Daily Rate

Monthly Pass

Coldworking

$20

Forging Studio**

$25

$185

1/2 hour minimum

Hourly Rate

Daily Rate

Monthly Pass

Sandblasting

$30 Hourly Rate

Metal Fabrication $45 + Forging Combo** Daily Rate

$325

1/2 hour minimum

Flameworking**

$20

Stone Yard**

$25

$185

Daily Rate

Daily Rate

Monthly Pass

Fusing Studio**

$25

Woodshop** $45 $280

Kiln rental not included

Daily Rate

Kilns and Annealers**

$20 – $30

Printmaking** $25

$150

Daily Rate

Monthly Pass

Mold Room**

$25

Oval Kiln

$30

Daily Rate

Daily Rate

* Use your Hot Shop Access Card for $50 off your 5th blow slot! ** Access a studio for five days; get one free with your Daily Access Punch Card! Punches awarded & free access redeemed in any participating studio

Daily Rate

Daily Rate

$225

Monthly Pass

Monthly Pass


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Holiday Workshops BEGINNER Holiday Class Screenprinting: Make Wrapping Paper Kerstin Graudins • Class #707 • Tuesday 6:00 PM–10:00 PM • 12/05– 12/19 • 3 Sessions • Class Fee: $165 + $20 supply fee

Holiday Workshop: Blow Your Own Ornament BEGINNER

Rand Coburn • Class #651 • Thursday 6:00 PM–10:00 PM • 12/14 • 1 Session • Class Fee: $125 BEGINNER Holiday Workshop: Blow Your Own Ornament Rand Coburn • Class #652 • Sunday 1:45 PM–5:45 PM • 12/17 • 1 Session • Class Fee: $125

BEGINNER Holiday Workshop: Forged Gift

BEGINNER Holiday Workshop: Party Earrings

Brandon Bowman • Class #705 • Saturday 6:00 PM–10:00 PM • 11/11 • 1 Session • Class Fee: $95

Monica Street • Class #672 • Tuesday 6:00 PM–10:00 PM • 12/05 • 1 Session • Class Fee: $61 + $15 supply fee

BEGINNER Holiday Workshop: Forged Gift Brandon Bowman • Class #706 • Saturday 6:00 PM–10:00 PM • 12/09 • 1 Session • Class Fee: $95

Holiday Workshop: Fused Gifts and Ornaments BEGINNER

Robin Oakes • Class #649 • Saturday 09:30 AM–1:30 PM • 12/02–12/09 • 2 Sessions • Class Fee: $243

BEGINNER Holiday Workshop: Chiming Sphere

Holiday Workshop: Fused Gifts and Ornaments

Maru Almeida • Class #713 • Sunday 10:00 AM–4:00 PM • 12/10 • 1 Session • Class Fee: $97 + $15 supply fee

Robin Oakes • Class #650 • Tuesday 6:00 PM–10:00 PM • 12/12–12/19 • 2 Sessions • Class Fee: $243

Holiday Workshop: Forged Bottle Opener BEGINNER

Scott Szloch • Class #642 • Saturday 6:00 PM–10:00 PM • 12/02 • 1 Session • Class Fee: $95 + $20 supply fee BEGINNER Holiday Workshop: Forged Bracelet Brandon Bowman • Class #703 • Saturday 1:00 PM–5:00 PM • 11/11 • 1 Session • Class Fee: $95

Holiday Workshop: Forged Bracelet BEGINNER

Brandon Bowman • Class #704 • Saturday 1:00 PM–5:00 PM • 12/09 • 1 Session • Class Fee: $95

BEGINNER

BEGINNER Holiday Workshop: Intermediate Boro Ornaments TBA • Class #653 • Tuesday 6:00 PM–10:00 PM • 11/14–11/15 • 2 Sessions • Class Fee: $125

Holiday Workshop: Last-Minute PMC BEGINNER

Virginia Causey • Class #640 • Saturday 09:30 AM–4:30 PM • 12/02 • 1 Session • Class Fee: $107 + $30 supply fee

BEGINNER Holiday Workshop: Sea Urchin Shell Ornament David Lutrick • Class #691 • Saturday 10:00 AM–4:00 PM • 12/02 • 1 Session • Class Fee: $125 + $40 supply fee BEGINNER Holiday Workshop: Silver Peacock Earrings Julia Lowther • Class #682 • Tuesday 6:00 PM–10:00 PM • 12/19 • 1 Session • Class Fee: $61 + $20 supply fee BEGINNER Holiday Workshop: Twisted Brass Accessories Julia Lowther • Class #681 • Tuesday 6:00 PM–10:00 PM • 12/12 • 1 Session • Class Fee: $61 + $10 supply fee BEGINNER Holiday Workshop: Winter Wonderland Sculptured Beads Cheryl Matson • Class #647 • Saturday 09:30 AM–5:30 PM • 12/02– 12/09 • 2 Sessions • Class Fee: $231 BEGINNER Holiday Workshop: Wooden Ornaments David Lutrick • Class #690 • Saturday 10:00 AM–4:00 PM • 11/18 • 1 Session • Class Fee: $125 + $40 supply fee

BEGINNER = Beginner or entry-level class; no experience required.


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Youth & Teen Classes Pratt’s program is specifically designed for students who want to take art classes from professional artists. At Pratt, we teach all skill levels – whether students are just beginning to explore the arts or they are ready to take their art to the studios so students can learn from the newest techniques in each discipline.

BEGINNER Introduction to Art (Ages 5 - 7)

BEGINNER Parent and Me: Blacksmithing (Ages 10 and

up)

Sabrina Chacon • Class #499 • Saturday 10:00 AM–00-00-0000 23:30:00 • 10/14–12/09 • 8 Sessions • Class Fee: $135

Scott Szloch • Class #552 • Sunday 1:00 PM–5:00 PM • 10/22 • 1 Session • Class Fee: $150

BEGINNER

Drawing Fundamentals (Ages 8 - 10)

Parent and Me: Blacksmithing (Ages 10 and up)

Sabrina Chacon • Class #500 • Saturday 12:00 PM–2:00 PM • 10/14– 12/09 • 8 Sessions • Class Fee: $140

Scott Szloch • Class #637 • Sunday 1:00 PM–5:00 PM • 11/05 • 1 Session • Class Fee: $155

Expressive Drawing and Painting Techniques

Parent and Me: Block Printing (10 and up)

BEGINNER

(Ages 11 - 13)

Sofya Belinskaya • Class #501 • Saturday 2:30 PM–4:30 PM • 10/14– 11/18 • 6 Sessions • Class Fee: $170

BEGINNER

BEGINNER Parent and Me: Glass Fusing (Ages 9 and up) Danielle Phillips • Class #555 • Sunday 12:00 PM–4:00 PM • 10/22 • 1 Session • Class Fee: $150 BEGINNER Parent and Me: Glass Fusing (Ages 9 and up)

FULL Danielle Phillips • Class #673 •

BEGINNER

Theresa Neinas • Class #559 • Sunday 1:00 PM–5:00 PM • 10/22 • 1 Session • Class Fee: $150

BEGINNER = Beginner or entry-level class; no experience required.

Sunday 12:00 PM–4:00 PM • 12/03 • 1 Session • Class Fee: $155 BEGINNER Parent and Me: Welding (Ages 10 and up) Brandon Bowman • Class #554 • Sunday 1:00 PM–5:00 PM • 10/22 • 1 Session • Class Fee: $150 BEGINNER Parent and Me: Welding (Ages 10 and up) Brandon Bowman • Class #636 • Sunday 1:00 PM–5:00 PM • 11/05 • 1 Session • Class Fee: $155

Youth Art Works Class dates: 10/15/17 – 12/10/17 (no class on 11/26) Ages 5 – 7: 1 – 2 pm • Ages 8 – 10 2:30 – 4 pm • Ages 11–13: 4:30 – 6 pm Youth Art Works offers free experiential arts classes to youth ages 5 – 13 on Sundays, in the fall, winter and spring. Students will explore self-expression through painting, drawing, sculpture and other media as they delve into the elements and vocabulary of art. Activities and mediums change each 8 week season. Priority is given to students from the Central Area, who live in the following zip codes: 98104, 98122, 98144. Youth Art Works (Ages 11 -13)

Bill Brown • Class #504 • Sunday 4:30 PM–6:00 PM • 10/15–12/10 • 8 Sessions • Class Fee: $0

Youth Art Works (Ages 8 – 10)

Wyly Astley • Class #503 • Sunday 2:30 PM–4:00 PM • 10/15–12/10 • 8 Sessions • Class Fee: $0

Youth Art Works (Ages 5 -7) Wyly Astley • Class #502 • Sunday 1:00 PM–2:00 PM • 10/15–12/10 • 8 Sessions • Class Fee: $0

In person registration opened on August 22, 2017. In person registration is required at the front desk in advance of the first class. A voluntary pay-asyou-can tuition of $15 – $100 is suggested.

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Teen BEGINNER Parent and Me: Glassblowing (Ages 13 and up) Rand Coburn • Class #557 • Sunday 1:45 PM–5:45 PM • 10/22 • 1 Session • Class Fee: $190

Parent and Me: Glassblowing (Ages 13 and up) BEGINNER

Rand Coburn • Class #674 • Thursday 1:45 PM–5:45 PM • 11/02 • 1 Session • Class Fee: $195 BEGINNER Parent and Me: Glassblowing (Ages 13 and up) Rand Coburn • Class #675 • Sunday 1:45 PM–5:45 PM • 12/10 • 1 Session • Class Fee: $195 BEGINNER Parent and Me: Wood Pen Turning (Ages 13 and up)

Daniel Pittsford • Class #558 • Sunday 1:00 PM–5:00 PM • 10/22 • 1 Session • Class Fee: $150

Scholarship funds are available for teen classes. Contact Myra Kaha, Youth & Teen Manager mkaha@pratt.org

BEGINNER Parent and Me: Wood Pen Turning (Ages 13 and up)

Daniel Pittsford • Class #676 • Sunday 1:00 PM–5:00 PM • 11/19 • 1 Session • Class Fee: $155

BEGINNER

Teen Glassblowing

Jeanne Marie Ferraro • Class #509 • Friday 6:30 PM–9:30 PM • 10/27– 12/08 • 6 Sessions • Class Fee: $370 BEGINNER

Teen Screenprinting

BEGINNER Free Teen Screenprinting

Mary Anne Carter • Class #506 • Friday 6:30 PM–9:30 PM • 10/20– 12/15 • 8 Sessions • Class Fee: $280

Mary Anne Carter • Class #638 • Sunday 1:00 PM–5:00 PM • 11/19 • 1 Session • Class Fee: $0

BEGINNER Teen Welding and Blacksmithing

Teen Drawing and Painting

Brandon Bowman • Class #508 • Friday 6:30 PM–9:30 PM • 10/20– 12/15 • 8 Sessions • Class Fee: $290

BEGINNER

Sofya Belinskaya • Class #505 • Friday 6:30 PM–9:30 PM • 10/20– 12/15 • 8 Sessions • Class Fee: $270 BEGINNER

Teen Flameworking

Cheryl Matson • Class #507 • Friday 6:30 PM–9:30 PM • 10/27–12/15 • 7 Sessions • Class Fee: $285

Online Registration is available for Youth and Teen Classes. Full class descriptions are available at:

www.pratt.org/classes/teen www.pratt.org/classes/youth

This program is supported in part by 4Culture, ArtsWA, the National Endowment for the Arts, the D.V. and Ida J. McEachern Charitable Trust, Pohlman Knowles Studio, and the Seattle Office of Arts & Culture.


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Interview with Asia Tail by Heather Pilder Olson Asia Tail lives in Tacoma, Washington. Her practice focuses on oil painting and drawing. Asia attended the Cooper Union School of Art in New York and graduated with a BFA and the Brandon Burns Stewart Memorial Prize for Excellence in Painting in 2014. She was an Artist Trust GAP Grant recipient and a Greater Tacoma Community Foundation Art Award nominee in 2015. Her work has recently been featured in the magazine New American Paintings, the exhibition NW Art Now @ TAM (formerly the Northwest Biennial), and in the exhibition Quota at SOIL Gallery in Seattle. In 2015, she created the Contemporary Native Voices project for Tacoma Art Museum, interviewing over 20 individuals on Native American representation in art. In 2016, she independently curated her first exhibition, Protect the Sacred at Spaceworks Gallery in Tacoma, which brought together work from 26 Native American artists and raised funds to fight the Dakota Access Pipeline. Asia is an enrolled citizen of the Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma. Above: Rabbit Round


“I am really interested in not just making my own artwork but also in facilitating opportunities for other artists—especially artists of color. ”

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it helped you to continue to work on your art?

Seer Seen

When did you first begin to make art? I’ve always identified as an art kid and started to actually identify as an artist in high school when I went to Tacoma School of the Arts. But really it was when I decided to go to an arts college that I knew I wanted to be an artist for the rest of my life.

Were you encouraged on your path? Did you feel supported in becoming an artist? I think I was incredibly lucky to have a supportive family. My mom went to art school before she went to business school, so there was a real sense of possibility there. I come from a community that is very rich in arts and culture, and so I grew up around it and was encouraged in ways that perhaps most folks are not.

Tell me about the Pratt scholarship that you received—did you find that

It’s been great! I had the Edwin T. Pratt scholarship, which was an honor since it’s named for the founder of Pratt. He seems like such an amazing man. It has had a big impact on my practice. I’ve been able to take a lot of different types of classes that I might not have tried otherwise. Now I’m using the materials and techniques I learned to make a series of collages, taking my work in a new direction I would not have explored before my time at Pratt. I was exposed to new teachers, new ideas and materials, and that’s been very fruitful.

What are you working on currently that you are excited about? I have an upcoming show with Raven Juarez, my childhood friend, and I am really excited about that. It’s our first time making work and showing together, and that will be in January 2018 at Spaceworks Gallery in Tacoma. I will be using some new collages and a new series of circular paintings which has been an interesting format for me to work with. The show is about the moon, and we’ll both be exploring the symbol as a metaphor for identity and transformation.

Which artists do you look to for inspiration? Who inspires you? Some of the people who have had the greatest impact on me have been my teachers. I think that personal connection is very valuable. Allison Katz is an incredible painter. I love her work. Native art has also been a huge inspiration, both historical objects as well as the incredible contemporary


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Subtle Puddle (left), Swallow Follow (right)

artists making work here in the Pacific Northwest and nationally. It’s always inspiring to see what my peers are making locally too, and to go see shows and performances. It all helps my practice grow.

Do you have a dream project that you hope to create? In a small way every new piece is the next dream project. It’s an ongoing process. I am really interested in not just making my own artwork but also in facilitating opportunities for other artists—especially artists of color. My dream might be to combine my own art practice with facilitating those opportunities for other artists. I’m still working on that balance. It’s up to artists to be leaders in our communities. I think there is something about an artist approaching curation and community building that brings a different voice and perspective that is valuable. I want to make spaces for Native people to create the art they want to create, and to express themselves the ways they want to, without being pressured by outside expectations of what it means to be an artist of color.

What advice do you have for young artists who want to make a living through making art? One of the best pieces of advice I ever got was in college from a painting teacher who told me to, “Just keep painting.” I think that can apply to any artform. I struggled for a long time to find my voice as a painter and was concerned that my work wouldn’t be relevant in the contemporary art world. The teacher assured me that there are many art worlds, and many audiences, and that above all I just need to keep painting. Words to live by I think. I later learned from Satpreet Kahlon that especially for artists of color, we need to create our own networks and art worlds, because the systems in place in the mainstream art world are often designed to keep us out. I would tell young people to support each other. Support other artists. Making a living as an artist isn’t about competition, it’s about building community and sharing opportunities with each other. Learn more about Asia and see her work here: www.asiatail.com


Jewelry and Metals 9

Jewelry and Metals Classes Jewelry and Metalsmithing Develop basic skills, refine a technique, or explore new materials in Pratt’s Jewelry/ Metals Studios. We offer classes in foundational skills as well as in specialty topics such as enameling, small–scale forging, soldering, holloware, alternative materials, and more. We schedule classes in a variety of formats and time frames to accommodate your needs. All classes are taught by professional metalsmiths and jewelry artists. BEGINNER Beginning Jewelry/ Metals, 6 Weeks

Continuing Jewelry Lost Wax Casting

BEGINNER Holiday Workshop: Party Earrings

Sharrey Dore • Class #460 • Wednesday 6:00 PM–10:00 PM • 10/04–11/08 • 6 Sessions • Class Fee: $343 + $30 supply fee

Jennifer Stenhouse • Class #610 • Tuesday 6:00 PM–10:00 PM • 11/07– 11/28 • 4 Sessions • Class Fee: $284 + $30 supply fee

Monica Street • Class #672 • Tuesday 6:00 PM–10:00 PM • 12/05 • 1 Session • Class Fee: $61 + $15 supply fee

BEGINNER Chasing and Repousse

BEGINNER Beginning Jewelry/ Metals, 6 Weeks

BEGINNER Holiday Workshop: Twisted Brass Accessories

Sarah Gascoigne • Class #520 • Thursday 1:30 PM–5:30 PM • 10/05– 10/26 • 4 Sessions • Class Fee: $250 + $30 supply fee

Julia Lowther • Class #626 • Wednesday 09:00 AM–1:00 PM • 11/08–12/13 • 6 Sessions • Class Fee: $375 + $30 supply fee

Julia Lowther • Class #681 • Tuesday 6:00 PM–10:00 PM • 12/12 • 1 Session • Class Fee: $61 + $10 supply fee

BEGINNER Workshop: Metal Masquerade Masks

BEGINNER Jewelry/Metals for Seniors

BEGINNER Holiday Workshop: Chiming Sphere

Catherine Grisez • Class #590 • Saturday 09:30 AM–5:30 PM • 10/07– 10/08 • 2 Sessions • Class Fee: $250 + $20 supply fee

Monica Street • Class #693 • Thursday 09:00 AM–1:00 PM • 11/09– 12/21 • 6 Sessions • Class Fee: $364 + $30 supply fee

Maru Almeida • Class #713 • Sunday 10:00 AM–4:00 PM • 12/10 • 1 Session • Class Fee: $97 + $15 supply fee

BEGINNER Introduction to Wearable Armor

BEGINNER Beginning Jewelry/ Metals, 6 Weeks

BEGINNER Holiday Workshop: Silver Peacock Earrings

Tamara Clammer • Class #516 • Saturday 09:00 AM–5:00 PM • 10/14– 10/29 • 4 Sessions • Class Fee: $500 + $110 supply fee

Sharrey Dore • Class #608 • Thursday 6:00 PM–10:00 PM • 11/09–12/21 • 6 Sessions • Class Fee: $353 + $30 supply fee

Julia Lowther • Class #682 • Tuesday 6:00 PM–10:00 PM • 12/19 • 1 Session • Class Fee: $61 + $20 supply fee

BEGINNER Workshop: Leatherworking for Sculpture and Masks

Intermediate Jewelry/ Metals, 6 weeks

BEGINNER Study Abroad: Inspired Stonesetting in San Miguel de Allende

Tamara Clammer • Class #462 • Saturday 09:30 AM–5:30 PM • 10/21– 10/22 • 2 Sessions • Class Fee: $250 + $20 supply fee BEGINNER

Digital Fabrication

Alan Hudson • Class #714 • Sunday 6:00 PM–10:00 PM • 11/05–11/06 • 2 Sessions • Class Fee: $123 BEGINNER Beginning Jewelry/ Metals Intensive Julia Harrison • Class #671 • Monday 09:30 AM–5:30 PM • 11/06–11/12 • 4 Sessions • Class Fee: $472 + $35 supply fee

Virginia Causey • Class #639 • Wednesday 1:30 PM–5:30 PM • 11/15– 12/20 • 6 Sessions • Class Fee: $375 + $25 supply fee BEGINNER Master Artist Workshop: Production Methods for Steel Jewelry Sarah Loertscher • Class #609 • Friday 09:30 AM–5:30 PM • 11/17– 11/20 • 4 Sessions • Class Fee: $544 + $100 supply fee BEGINNER Holiday Workshop: Last-Minute PMC Virginia Causey • Class #640 • Saturday 09:30 AM–4:30 PM • 12/02 • 1 Session • Class Fee: $107 + $30 supply fee

BEGINNER = Beginner or entry-level class; no experience required.

Jesse Bert • Class #712 • Mon - Fri 09:00 AM–1:00 PM • 01/29–02/02 • 5 Sessions • Class Fee: $1750 BEGINNER Study Abroad: Silver Filigree in Oaxaca Rafael Bautista • Class #710 • Mon Fri 09:00 AM–1:00 PM • 02/12–02/16 • 5 Sessions • Class Fee: $1420

Study Abroad: Intermediate Silver Filigree in Oaxaca Rafael Bautista • Class #711 • Mon Fri 2:00 PM–6:00 PM • 02/12–02/16 • 5 Sessions • Class Fee: $1650


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Hot Glass Classes Glassblowing Learn to gather glass from the furnace, blow and refine vessels and forms, and hone team–working skills in Pratt’s world class Hot Shop. Workshops with specific focuses including goblet making, hollow forms and vessels, and hot sculpting along with standard beginning, intermediate, and advanced glassblowing classes are available. Master Artist Workshop: Cane and Murrine Mastery Davide Salvadore • Class #604 • Monday 09:30 AM–5:45 PM • 10/23– 10/27 • 5 Sessions • Class Fee: $1100 BEGINNER Beginning Glassblowing

Advanced Glassblowing Manuel Castro • Class #630 • Tuesday 6:00 PM–10:00 PM • 11/07– 12/12 • 6 Sessions • Class Fee: $638

Experienced Intermediate Glassblowing

Jeanne Marie Ferraro • Class #627 • Sunday 6:00 PM–10:00 PM • 11/05– 12/17 • 6 Sessions • Class Fee: $613

Jeff Steenbergen • Class #631 • Wednesday 6:00 PM–10:00 PM • 11/08–12/13 • 6 Sessions • Class Fee: $638

Intermediate Glassblowing

Workshop: Veterans Glassblowing Day

Donna McCord • Class #628 • Monday 6:00 PM–10:00 PM • 11/06– 12/11 • 6 Sessions • Class Fee: $574

TBA • Class #634 • Saturday 09:30 AM–1:30 PM • 11/11 • 1 Session • Class Fee: $0

Intermediate Glassblowing

Workshop: Veterans Glassblowing Day

Donna McCord • Class #629 • Monday 6:00 PM–10:00 PM • 11/06– 12/11 • 6 Sessions • Class Fee: $574

TBA • Class #635 • Saturday 1:45 PM–5:45 PM • 11/11 • 1 Session • Class Fee: $0

BEGINNER

BEGINNER

Hot Glass Casting Hot glass casting classes encourage beginning and returning students to work together to create outstanding sculptures by ladling molten glass into sand. Explore the ancient art of creating sand molds and how to use materials including plaster, steel, and found objects. BEGINNER

Glass Casting - Beginning and Beyond

Cathy Chase • Class #632 • Saturday 6:00 PM–10:00 PM • 11/04–12/16 • 6 Sessions • Class Fee: $713

BEGINNER = Beginner or entry-level class; no experience required.

BEGINNER Workshop: Introduction to Glassblowing Henry Jackson-Spieker • Class #633 • Saturday 09:30 AM–1:30 PM • 12/02–12/09 • 2 Sessions • Class Fee: $213 BEGINNER Holiday Workshop: Blow Your Own Ornament Rand Coburn • Class #651 • Thursday 6:00 PM–10:00 PM • 12/14 • 1 Session • Class Fee: $125 BEGINNER Holiday Workshop: Blow Your Own Ornament Rand Coburn • Class #652 • Sunday 1:45 PM–5:45 PM • 12/17 • 1 Session • Class Fee: $125


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Warm Glass Classes Kilnworking Create fused, slumped and flat glass projects in Pratt’s professionally equipped Fusing Studio. Discuss professional practices and design principals while learning to make image transfers, fuse glass jewelry, and program the fusing kilns. Whether you are a novice artist or a long– time fusing enthusiast Pratt offers classes to spark your inner creative genius. BEGINNER Pate de Verre: Kiln Casting Delores Taylor • Class #607 • Wednesday 6:00 PM–10:00 PM • 10/11–11/15 • 6 Sessions • Class Fee: $575 BEGINNER Glass Slumping and Fusing for Seniors Robin Oakes • Class #648 • Wednesday 09:30 AM–1:30 PM • 11/08–12/13 • 6 Sessions • Class Fee: $392

Holiday Workshop: Fused Gifts and Ornaments BEGINNER

Robin Oakes • Class #649 • Saturday 09:30 AM–1:30 PM • 12/02–12/09 • 2 Sessions • Class Fee: $243

Flameworking

Beadmaking

Work with borosilicate glass to create anything from marbles to blown ornaments, goblets, and sculptures. Experiment with three– dimensional design in glass. Workshops and classes in tube–blowing, borosilicate sculpture, and special topics available from beginning student level to master artist.

Use a table-top torch to heat and shape soft glass into decorative beads and ornaments in an array of exciting colors. Classes for beginning students through professional level workshops are available. Bring your curiosity and willingness to experiment!

BEGINNER Workshop: Introduction to Flameworking Borosilicate

Donna Prunkard • Class #645 • Saturday 09:30 AM–5:30 PM • 11/04– 11/11 • 2 Sessions • Class Fee: $231

BEGINNER

Holiday Workshop: Fused Gifts and Ornaments

Patricia Davidson • Class #644 • Sunday 09:30 AM–5:30 PM • 11/05– 11/12 • 2 Sessions • Class Fee: $231

Robin Oakes • Class #650 • Tuesday 6:00 PM–10:00 PM • 12/12–12/19 • 2 Sessions • Class Fee: $243

Beginning Flameworking Borosilicate BEGINNER

Patricia Davidson • Class #646 • Thursday 6:00 PM–10:00 PM • 11/09– 12/21 • 6 Sessions • Class Fee: $342 BEGINNER Holiday Workshop: Intermediate Boro Ornaments TBA • Class #653 • Tuesday 6:00 PM–10:00 PM • 11/14–11/15 • 2 Sessions • Class Fee: $125

BEGINNER Workshop: Introduction to Beadmaking

BEGINNER Holiday Workshop: Winter Wonderland Sculptured Beads Cheryl Matson • Class #647 • Saturday 09:30 AM–5:30 PM • 12/02– 12/09 • 2 Sessions • Class Fee: $231


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Sculpture Classes Blacksmithing Blacksmithing, or forging, focuses on transforming and shaping mild steel into decorative and functional works of art. Learn how to hammer, twist, bend, split and finish steel using heat and ingenuity. Classes and workshops are available for all skill levels. Forging With the Power Hammer Scott Szloch • Class #513 • Saturday 10:00 AM–4:00 PM • 10/07–10/08 • 2 Sessions • Class Fee: $215 + $25 supply fee BEGINNER Ladies Forging Night Alair Wells • Class #488 • Friday 6:00 PM–10:00 PM • 10/13 • 1 Session • Class Fee: $85

Master Artist Workshop: Accounting For Distortions: Sculptural Forging and Tool Making Rachel David • Class #560 • Monday 09:30 AM–5:30 PM • 10/16– 10/19 • 4 Sessions • Class Fee: $750 BEGINNER

Forged Masks

Lauren Osmolski • Class #514 • Saturday 09:30 AM–5:30 PM • 10/21 • 1 Session • Class Fee: $175 + $25 supply fee

Beginning Blacksmithing BEGINNER

Continuing Blacksmithing: Introduction to Tool Making Brian Stahly • Class #614 • Tuesday 6:00 PM–10:00 PM • 11/07–12/19 • 6 Sessions • Class Fee: $360 + $65 supply fee BEGINNER Beginning Blacksmithing KT Hancock • Class #615 • Wednesday 6:00 PM–10:00 PM • 11/08–12/13 • 6 Sessions • Class Fee: $360 + $35 supply fee BEGINNER

Adorable Forging

Brandon Bowman • Class #616 • Thursday 6:00 PM–10:00 PM • 11/09–12/21 • 6 Sessions • Class Fee: $360 + $35 supply fee BEGINNER Holiday Workshop: Forged Bracelet Brandon Bowman • Class #703 • Saturday 1:00 PM–5:00 PM • 11/11 • 1 Session • Class Fee: $95

BEGINNER Axe Forging Workshop David Tuthill • Class #624 • Saturday 09:30 AM–5:30 PM • 12/02–12/03 • 2 Sessions • Class Fee: $250 + $80 supply fee BEGINNER Holiday Workshop: Forged Bottle Opener Scott Szloch • Class #642 • Saturday 6:00 PM–10:00 PM • 12/02 • 1 Session • Class Fee: $95 + $20 supply fee BEGINNER Holiday Workshop: Forged Bracelet Brandon Bowman • Class #704 • Saturday 1:00 PM–5:00 PM • 12/09 • 1 Session • Class Fee: $95 BEGINNER Holiday Workshop: Forged Gift Brandon Bowman • Class #705 • Saturday 6:00 PM–10:00 PM • 11/11 • 1 Session • Class Fee: $95 BEGINNER Holiday Workshop: Forged Gift Brandon Bowman • Class #706 • Saturday 6:00 PM–10:00 PM • 12/09 • 1 Session • Class Fee: $95

Brian Stahly • Class #641 • Monday 6:00 PM–10:00 PM • 11/06–12/18 • 6 Sessions • Class Fee: $360 + $35 supply fee

Fabrication Oxy–acetylene and MIG welding, metalworking, plasma–cutting, three– dimensional design principals, and many more sculptural topics are taught in Pratt’s Fabrication Studio. Rudimentary classes and professional workshops are available. BEGINNER Ladies Welding Night

BEGINNER Hollow Form Fabrication

BEGINNER Introduction to Welding for Seniors

Carla Grahn • Class #489 • Friday 6:00 PM–10:00 PM • 10/13 • 1 Session • Class Fee: $85

Andy Fallat • Class #617 • Wednesday 6:00 PM–10:00 PM • 11/08–12/13 • 6 Sessions • Class Fee: $370 + $45 supply fee

James Ellingboe • Class #625 • Thursday 09:30 AM–1:30 PM • 11/09–11/28 • 6 Sessions • Class Fee: $445 + $45 supply fee

BEGINNER = Beginner or entry-level class; no experience required.


Sculpture 13 Advanced Welding and Fabrication

BEGINNER Beginning Welding and Fabrication

Mark Rudis • Class #621 • Sunday 6:00 PM–10:00 PM • 11/12–12/17 • 6 Sessions • Class Fee: $460 + $45 supply fee

Carla Grahn • Class #623 • Tuesday 6:00 PM–10:00 PM • 11/14–01/09 • 8 Sessions • Class Fee: $480 + $60 supply fee

BEGINNER Introduction to Welding and the Sculptural Form Bill Baber • Class #622 • Monday 6:00 PM–10:00 PM • 11/20–01/22 • 8 Sessions • Class Fee: $480 + $45 supply fee

Foundry

Stonecarving

A variety of casting materials and methods are explored at Pratt Fine Arts Center. From lost–wax casting to bronze pouring, Pratt offers classes for both beginning sculptors and professional artists.

Stonecarving has captured the imagination of artists throughout history for its permanence, tactility, and sensual beauty. Learn both ancient and modern reductive sculpting techniques with hand carving tools, power tools, and pneumatics.

Intermediate Bronze Casting Henry Jackson-Spieker • Class #619 • Saturday 09:00 AM–1:00 PM • 11/04–12/02 • 5 Sessions • Class Fee: $240 + $115 supply fee BEGINNER

Beginning Bronze Casting

Mark Walker • Class #618 • Thursday 6:00 PM–10:00 PM • 11/09–01/11 • 8 Sessions • Class Fee: $410 + $115 supply fee

BEGINNER

Beginning Stone Carving

Katherine McDevitt • Class #643 • Saturday 1:30 PM–5:30 PM • 11/11–12/16 • 6 Sessions • Class Fee: $360

Continuing Stone Carving Sabah Al-Dhaher • Class #620 • Sunday 09:00 AM–1:00 PM • 11/12–12/17 • 6 Sessions • Class Fee: $325

Woodworking Discover the history, terminology and tools used in woodworking. Classes and workshops in techniques including woodturning, veneering, hand carving, and general woodworking are suitable for beginners and master craftspeople alike. Workshop: Introduction to Woodworking

BEGINNER Wood Carving Intensive: Puppets

BEGINNER Pen Turning for Seniors

Steve Dando • Class #574 • Saturday 10:00 AM–6:00 PM • 10/07–10/08 • 2 Sessions • Class Fee: $300 + $30 supply fee

Dmitri Carter • Class #578 • Wed Fri 10:00 AM–4:00 PM • 10/11–10/13 • 3 Sessions • Class Fee: $220 + $40 supply fee

Daniel Pittsford • Class #595 • Wednesday 10:00 AM–2:00 PM • 10/25 • 1 Session • Class Fee: $130 + $15 supply fee

BEGINNER Beginning Woodturning

BEGINNER Workshop: Chainsaw Use and Safety

BEGINNER Beginning Woodworking

David Lutrick • Class #597 • Monday 6:00 PM–10:00 PM • 10/09–11/13 • 6 Sessions • Class Fee: $395 + $60 supply fee

Brian Watson • Class #575 • Saturday 10:00 AM–6:00 PM • 10/14– 10/15 • 2 Sessions • Class Fee: $280 + $30 supply fee

Dan Morgan • Class #581 • Thursday 10:00 AM–6:00 PM • 10/26–11/16 • 4 Sessions • Class Fee: $380 + $85 supply fee

BEGINNER Beginning Woodworking

BEGINNER Workshop: Wood Carving: Masks

Peter Nawrot • Class #576 • Monday 6:00 PM–10:00 PM • 10/09–10/30 • 4 Sessions • Class Fee: $380 + $85 supply fee

Brian Takeuchi • Class #579 • Saturday 10:00 AM–6:00 PM • 10/21– 10/22 • 2 Sessions • Class Fee: $280 + $40 supply fee

BEGINNER Workshop: Introduction to Woodturning

BEGINNER Intermediate Woodworking: Individual Projects

BEGINNER Workshop: Pen Turning

Steve Dando • Class #577 • Tuesday 6:00 PM–10:00 PM • 10/10–11/14 • 6 Sessions • Class Fee: $330

Daniel Pittsford • Class #580 • Saturday 10:00 AM–4:00 PM • 10/21 • 1 Session • Class Fee: $190 + $30 supply fee

David Lutrick • Class #582 • Saturday 10:00 AM–6:00 PM • 10/28 • 1 Session • Class Fee: $200 + $40 supply fee


Sculpture / Mixed Media 14 BEGINNER Workshop: Spoon Carving

BEGINNER Beginning Woodworking

BEGINNER Beginning Woodworking

Scott Brown • Class #596 • Saturday 10:00 AM–6:00 PM • 10/28–10/29 • 2 Sessions • Class Fee: $286 + $45 supply fee

Peter Nawrot • Class #683 • Monday 6:00 PM–10:00 PM • 11/13–12/04 • 4 Sessions • Class Fee: $310 + $85 supply fee

Dan Morgan • Class #687 • Thursday 6:00 PM–10:00 PM • 11/30–12/21 • 4 Sessions • Class Fee: $380 + $85 supply fee

BEGINNER Workshop: Introduction to Woodworking

BEGINNER Green Spoon Carving: Make Your Own Tools

Workshop: Introduction to Woodworking

Steve Dando • Class #679 • Saturday 10:00 AM–6:00 PM • 11/04–11/05 • 2 Sessions • Class Fee: $288 + $30 supply fee

Tom Henscheid • Class #684 • Wednesday 6:00 PM–10:00 PM • 11/15–12/06 • 4 Sessions • Class Fee: $350 + $60 supply fee

Workshop: Introduction to Woodturning

Holiday Workshop: Wooden Ornaments

BEGINNER

BEGINNER

David Lutrick • Class #678 • Saturday 10:00 AM–4:00 PM • 11/04 • 1 Session • Class Fee: $200 + $40 supply fee BEGINNER Hybrid Woodworking: Farmhouse Table Steve Dando • Class #692 • Wednesday 6:00 PM–10:00 PM • 11/08–12/20 • 7 Sessions • Class Fee: $395 + $500 supply fee BEGINNER Workshop: Pen Turning Daniel Pittsford • Class #680 • Saturday 10:00 AM–4:00 PM • 11/11 • 1 Session • Class Fee: $190 + $30 supply fee

David Lutrick • Class #690 • Saturday 10:00 AM–4:00 PM • 11/18 • 1 Session • Class Fee: $125 + $40 supply fee

Steve Dando • Class #688 • Saturday 10:00 AM–6:00 PM • 12/02–12/03 • 2 Sessions • Class Fee: $288 + $30 supply fee BEGINNER Workshop: Pen Turning Daniel Pittsford • Class #689 • Saturday 10:00 AM–4:00 PM • 12/09 • 1 Session • Class Fee: $190 + $30 supply fee

BEGINNER

Beginning Woodturning

BEGINNER Holiday Workshop: Sea Urchin Shell Ornament

David Lutrick • Class #677 • Monday 6:00 PM–10:00 PM • 11/27–12/18 • 4 Sessions • Class Fee: $305 + $50 supply fee

David Lutrick • Class #691 • Saturday 10:00 AM–4:00 PM • 12/02 • 1 Session • Class Fee: $125 + $40 supply fee

BEGINNER Tiny Woodworking: Workbench Steve Dando • Class #686 • Tuesday 6:00 PM–10:00 PM • 11/28–12/19 • 4 Sessions • Class Fee: $220

Printmaking and Mixed Media Classes Mixed Media Work with a variety of materials and techniques. From fibers to bookmaking to collage and encaustic, discover what speaks to you, Pratt’s Mixed Media classes offer everyone the opportunity to play with materials and explore concepts. BEGINNER Beginning and Intermediate Collage

BEGINNER Beginning and Intermediate Collage

BEGINNER Workshop: Mixed Media Sketchbook

Rickie Wolfe • Class #526 • Thursday 10:00 AM–2:00 PM • 10/05–11/09 • 6 Sessions • Class Fee: $320 + $25 supply fee

Rickie Wolfe • Class #658 • Thursday 10:00 AM–2:00 PM • 11/30–12/21 • 4 Sessions • Class Fee: $235 + $20 supply fee

Larry Calkins • Class #697 • Saturday 10:00 AM–6:00 PM • 12/16– 12/17 • 2 Sessions • Class Fee: $235 + $20 supply fee

BEGINNER Workshop: Shibori + Indigo: Bound Resist and Vat Dye

BEGINNER Study Abroad: Mixed Media and Printmaking in Chacala, Mexico

BEGINNER

Workshop: Masks

Larry Calkins • Class #543 • Saturday 10:00 AM–6:00 PM • 10/14– 10/15 • 2 Sessions • Class Fee: $228 + $20 supply fee

Jodi Waltier • Class #708 • Saturday 10:00 AM–6:00 PM • 12/09–12/10 • 2 Sessions • Class Fee: $235 + $15 supply fee BEGINNER = Beginner or entry-level class; no experience required.

Miguel Perez, Larry Calkins • Class #612 • Monday 10:00 AM–5:00 PM • 02/05–02/09 • 5 Sessions • Class Fee: $1850


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Printmaking Learn the fundamentals with an array of creative techniques to add to your artistic palette. This studio offers everyone the opportunity to master the basics and experiment with a wide variety of materials and techniques including screen printing, monotype, intaglio and letterpress. BEGINNER Mixed Media: Collage

BEGINNER Mixed Media: Collograph

Romson Regarde Bustillo • Class #522 • Sunday 6:00 PM–10:00 PM • 10/01–10/22 • 4 Sessions • Class Fee: $228 + $20 supply fee

Romson Regarde Bustillo • Class #700 • Sunday 6:00 PM–10:00 PM • 10/29–11/19 • 4 Sessions • Class Fee: $235 + $20 supply fee

BEGINNER

Creative Monotype

Rickie Wolfe • Class #521 • Wednesday 10:00 AM–2:00 PM • 10/04–11/08 • 6 Sessions • Class Fee: $320 + $30 supply fee BEGINNER Workshop: Beginning Block Print

BEGINNER Beginning Letterpress Lisa Hasegawa • Class #662 • Thursday 6:00 PM–10:00 PM • 11/02– 12/14 • 6 Sessions • Class Fee: $330 + $25 supply fee BEGINNER

Creative Monotype

Theresa Neinas • Class #540 • Saturday 10:00 AM–4:00 PM • 10/14– 10/15 • 2 Sessions • Class Fee: $160 + $20 supply fee

Rickie Wolfe • Class #666 • Wednesday 10:00 AM–2:00 PM • 11/29–12/20 • 4 Sessions • Class Fee: $235 + $20 supply fee

BEGINNER

Beginning Printmaking

Beginning and Intermediate Etching

Dawn Endean • Class #539 • Saturday 2:00 PM–6:00 PM • 10/28– 12/02 • 6 Sessions • Class Fee: $320 + $35 supply fee

Virginia Hungate-Hawk • Class #659 • Thursday 6:00 PM–10:00 PM • 11/30–12/21 • 4 Sessions • Class Fee: $235 + $30 supply fee

BEGINNER

BEGINNER Holiday Class Screenprinting: Make Wrapping Paper Kerstin Graudins • Class #707 • Tuesday 6:00 PM–10:00 PM • 12/05– 12/19 • 3 Sessions • Class Fee: $165 + $20 supply fee BEGINNER Workshop: Shellac Plate Printing Dawn Endean • Class #695 • Saturday 10:00 AM–4:00 PM • 12/09– 12/10 • 2 Sessions • Class Fee: $165 + $20 supply fee BEGINNER Study Abroad: Monoprintmaking in Guanajuato, Mexico Hugo Anaya • Class #613 • Monday 10:00 AM–5:00 PM • 02/19–02/23 • 5 Sessions • Class Fee: $1850

Painting and Drawing Classes Drawing We offer classes from beginner to advanced levels, and students work with a variety of subjects, including the figure and still life. Basic drawing students work with pencil and charcoal, learning to use line, value and perspective, while intermediate students learn to integrate other media into their work, including pen, ink, and watercolor, to create more complex images. BEGINNER

Beginning Drawing

Robin Walker • Class #531 • Monday 10:00 AM–1:00 PM • 10/02–11/20 • 8 Sessions • Class Fee: $320 BEGINNER

Workshop: Portraits

Jeanne Marie Ferraro • Class #592 • Saturday 10:00 AM–4:00 PM • 10/07–10/08 • 2 Sessions • Class Fee: $160 + $20 supply fee

BEGINNER Workshop: Figure in Proportion: the Intuitive Approach Mark Takamichi Miller • Class #545 • Saturday 10:00 AM–2:00 PM • 10/21 • 1 Session • Class Fee: $55 + $20 supply fee

BEGINNER Workshop: Expanding Narratives: Combining Drawing and Collage Larry Calkins • Class #696 • Saturday 10:00 AM–6:00 PM • 11/18– 11/19 • 2 Sessions • Class Fee: $235 + $20 supply fee


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BEGINNER

Beginning Drawing

Jeanne Marie Ferraro • Class #663 • Monday 6:30 PM–9:30 PM • 11/27– 12/18 • 4 Sessions • Class Fee: $165

BEGINNER Beginning and Intermediate Figure Drawing Jeanne Marie Ferraro • Class #660 • Tuesday 6:00 PM–10:00 PM • 11/28– 12/19 • 4 Sessions • Class Fee: $235 + $15 supply fee

Intermediate Drawing Sofya Belinskaya • Class #668 • Wednesday 6:30 PM–9:30 PM • 11/29–12/20 • 4 Sessions • Class Fee: $235 + $10 supply fee BEGINNER

Beginning Drawing

Robin Walker • Class #664 • Friday 10:00 AM–1:00 PM • 12/01–12/22 • 4 Sessions • Class Fee: $235

Painting Explore this versatile medium by learning to work with acrylics, watercolors, oil and more. Painting classes at Pratt cover color and design principles and students learn to create unique paintings with these materials, tools, and techniques. BEGINNER Oil Painting for Seniors Edd Cox • Class #541 • Tuesday 2:30 PM–5:30 PM • 10/03–11/07 • 6 Sessions • Class Fee: $240

P H O T O BY A L E C M I L L E R

BEGINNER Workshop: Beginning Experimental Painting Mark Takamichi Miller • Class #593 • Saturday 10:00 AM–4:00 PM • 10/07–10/08 • 2 Sessions • Class Fee: $160 + $30 supply fee BEGINNER Classical Realism for Oil Painters Edd Cox • Class #584 • Monday 10:00 AM–2:00 PM • 10/16–11/20 • 6 Sessions • Class Fee: $320

Workshop: Projectioning for Painting BEGINNER

Mark Takamichi Miller • Class #547 • Sunday 10:00 AM–2:00 PM • 10/22 • 1 Session • Class Fee: $55

Workshop: Mixed Media Encaustic BEGINNER

Larry Calkins • Class #542 • Saturday 10:00 AM–6:00 PM • 10/28– 10/29 • 2 Sessions • Class Fee: $228 + $25 supply fee

Workshop: Oil Mediums and Effects BEGINNER

Mark Takamichi Miller • Class #548 • Saturday 10:00 AM–2:00 PM • 11/04 • 1 Session • Class Fee: $55 + $20 supply fee BEGINNER

Workshop: Fall Trees

Angie Dixon • Class #694 • Saturday 10:00 AM–6:00 PM • 11/04–11/05 • 2 Sessions • Class Fee: $165 + $20 supply fee

BEGINNER Workshop: Beginning Watercolor

BEGINNER Beginning Acrylic Painting

Yulia Chubotin • Class #670 • Saturday 10:00 AM–4:00 PM • 11/11– 11/12 • 2 Sessions • Class Fee: $165

Robin Walker • Class #657 • Thursday 6:00 PM–10:00 PM • 11/30–12/21 • 4 Sessions • Class Fee: $235

BEGINNER Workshop: NonToxic Oil Painting

BEGINNER Workshop: Exploring Watercolor

Mark Takamichi Miller • Class #654 • Saturday 10:00 AM–2:00 PM • 11/18 • 1 Session • Class Fee: $55 + $15 supply fee

Yulia Chubotin • Class #669 • Saturday 10:00 AM–4:00 PM • 12/02– 12/03 • 2 Sessions • Class Fee: $165

BEGINNER

BEGINNER Workshop: Real Color in Practice

Garima Naredi • Class #665 • Friday 2:00 PM–6:00 PM • 11/24–12/15 • 4 Sessions • Class Fee: $235

Mark Takamichi Miller • Class #655 • Saturday 10:00 AM–4:00 PM • 12/02–12/03 • 2 Sessions • Class Fee: $175 + $20 supply fee

BEGINNER Beginning Acrylic Painting

BEGINNER Classical Realism for Oil Painters

Che Lopez • Class #656 • Tuesday 10:00 AM–2:00 PM • 11/28–12/19 • 4 Sessions • Class Fee: $235

Edd Cox • Class #667 • Monday 10:00 AM–2:00 PM • 12/04–12/18 • 3 Sessions • Class Fee: $165

Beginning Oil Painting

BEGINNER = Beginner or entry-level class; no experience required.


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2017–18 Guidelines for Tuition Assistance We are committed to making our classes available to everyone by offering scholarships and tuition assistance. A dedicated amount of financial assistance is available each year to adults, youth, and teens that otherwise cannot afford to participate in Pratt classes or workshops.

For full information and to apply, please go to our website at

pratt.org/tuitionassistance.

Tuition Assistance Program Pratt’s mission is to make art accessible to everyone. Pratt raises funds to subsidize the cost of participation and maintain the lowest possible fees for its programs. And yet, there are many who still cannot afford to participate. The Tuition Assistance (TA) program aims to provide a deeper subsidy to those who would not otherwise be able to participate due to financial limitations. Tuition Assistance is applied as a 75% discount on the class fee for a class of the applicant’s choice. TA does not cover supply fees. Applicants are responsible to pay the remaining balance of the class fee as well as any supply fee associated with their chosen class.

The next Tuition Assistance deadlines are: Application period:

For classes that start between:

Sept 18 - 28

Nov 3 - Jan 1, 2018

2018

Nov 20 - 30, 2017 Jan 9 - 19, 2018 Feb 26 - Mar 8 Apr 16 - Apr 26 Jun 4 - Jun 14

Jan 2 - Feb 21 Feb 22 - Apr 10 Apr 11 - May 31 June 1 - July 17 July 18 - Aug 31

Applications may be dropped off at Pratt’s front desk, emailed to info@pratt.org or mailed to: 1902 South Main Street, Seattle, WA 98144 Attn: Tuition Assistance.

Eligibility Those whose household income falls at or below 200% of the Federal Poverty Guidelines (shown below) are eligible for Tuition Assistance. If your household income is the same or less than the amount in the following chart, you are eligible for Tuition Assistance at Pratt Fine Arts Center. * Household Size: this number includes the applicant, any other individuals who share financial responsibility for the household, and all dependents ** Household Income: the combined gross income generated each year by all household members, as reported on IRS annual income tax forms

Household Size*

Household Income**

1

$23,760

2

$32,040

3

$40,320

4

$48,600

5

$56,880

6

$65,160

7

$73,460

8

$81,780


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