Feel like it’s time to express yourself by doing a little art? But don’t know how or what’s right for you? AmadorArts is providing a way. Don’t miss the opportunity on Saturday, March 25, to take three 90-minute workshops of your choice given by some of our area’s top artists. This seventh annual “mini arts institute” is open to residents in Amador and Calaveras Counties, or beyond, and specifically targets adults and junior and high school students. From a menu of 19 classes, attendees may select three courses to “take a taste” of the arts, either for the first time or for further exploration. The cost for three classes, supplies included (exception: the feather classes), is $40 for adults; $20 for junior and high school students.
Starting January 30th, the website, www.amadorarts.org , will have the entire Registration Form that may be either printed and mailed in or filled in on-line and completed with a credit card payment through PayPal. Or, a brochure is available that contains the Registration Form that can be mailed in with payment. Pre- Registration is required.
“A Taste of the Arts” begins March 25 at 8:00 am to receive your personal packets. Classes start at 8:30 and end at 2:00 pm at Amador High School in Sutter Creek. Classes will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis, with a maximum of 15-20 students for most classes. Therefore it’s important to register early. The Registration Deadline is March 6. There will be no late registrations or refunds. Regarding lunch: it’ll be from 11:45 to 12:15, followed by a 15-minute “Taste of…” Theatre Arts Performance. Attendees will be able to pre-purchase lunches made by Mother Lode Deli.
Below is the 2017 Menu of A Taste of the Arts classes offered, from which you can select three. On the Registration Form, you will be asked for three different Alternate Choices as well. Complete Course Descriptions of each class and Artist Bios can be found at www.amadorarts.org starting January 30.
Brochures are available at AmadorArtsGallery, 11-A Randolph St., Sutter Creek; Clark’s Corner, Ione; Dr. Curry’s Dental Office, Plymouth; Hein & Co., Jackson; and Up Country Hardware, Pine Grove. After payment, confirmation of your classes and lunch will be sent to you, along with a map that indicates the class locations and how to navigate the campus.
AmadorArts, aka Amador County Arts Council, is a non-profit organization that is designated as a State-Local Partner the California Arts Council, a State Agency. If you have questions about A Taste of the Arts, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 209-267-9038.