A28 Photography Fundamentals II For the serious hobby photographer with experience, this course will REGISTRATION INFORMATION – WINTER 2010 (PLEASE READ CAREFULLY) Burlington Art Centre further your understanding of photographic principles. Students will get WINTER 2010 CALL (905) 632-7796 ExT. 307 TO REGISTER. more out of the course if they own and bring a DSLR camera that permits REGISTRATION BEGINS NOVEMBER 9TH the use of inter-changeable lenses. While film cameras will be referred to, Classes are cancelled if minimum enrolment is not met. the course stresses digital image making. Fee $140 Instructor: Edward Eastman Wed Jan 13 - Mar 03 Time: 7-9:30 pm PLEASE REGISTER EARLY Registration is complete upon receipt of fee. BAC reserves the right to cancel or combine classes if minimum enrolment is not met. All Studio Programs classes require a minimum number of students. SCULPTING & CARVING Refund Guidelines: A71 Intermediate Wildfowl Carving Refunds are cheques payable to registrants, subject to the following: 1. No refund can be given after the third class of a course. Students will have the opportunity to work on carving a Baltimore Oriole in 2. No refund will be processed unless a formal request is made by tupelo wood. Students may bring in a bird that they have partially finished the student (or parent) before the third class. or they may start a new project from a pattern supplied by the instructor. 3. Except for courses cancelled by the Centre, all refunds will be Individual assistance will be given to areas in which students may need special subject to a twenty-five dollar administration charge and a pro- attention, such as sculpting of feather groups, setting the eyes, texturing, and rated deduction for classes up to AND including the date of the wood burning. For those who wish to start a new project, a tupelo cutout can refund request. be purchased from the instructor. Fee $190 Instructor: Victor Paroyan 4. Refunds will be issued within six weeks of the cancellation. 5. Save your receipt for tax purposes. Wed Jan 13 - Mar 03 Time: 10 am-1 pm Our email address is firstname.lastname@example.org A31 Wood Carving Our website is BurlingtonArtCentre.on.ca (for course information, Students will be able to choose from a variety of projects that will be made not registration) available by the instructor or ones of their own choosing. No carving Adult students supply their own materials unless noted otherwise. experience required, but those with some experience are welcome also. Supply lists will be provided at registration. Materials for children’s A fee will be charged for projects and wood provided by the instructor. courses are included in the registration fee. Equipment will be available on loan for those who require it. Fee $165 Your input is important to us. If you have comments or Instructor: Michael Sheppard suggestions regarding classes, workshops or events, please Wed Jan 13 - Mar 03 Time: 7-10 pm email them to Matt England, Curator of Education at email@example.com A05 Sculpting the Figure in Clay Your opportunity to be introduced to sculpting the human figure. Students will learn how to sculpt in clay from the nude model. Fundamental sculptural principles of form, space, line and texture will be covered as well as study of human anatomy. Some experience in figurative study through drawing, painting or sculpting is recommended. Fee $210 Instructor: Wayne Moore Thu Jan 14 - Mar 04 Time: 1-4 pm ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS: The Burlington Art Centre gratefully acknowledges the financial support of our Membership, Corporate Members and Sponsors; the BAC Foundation; Arts Burlington; the Volunteer Council; the City of Burlington; Burlington Community Foundation; the Ontario Arts Council; The Canada Council for the Arts; and the Federal Department of Canadian Heritage. Fees listed are for non-members. 1333 Lakeshore Road CALL (905) 632-7796 ExT. 307 Members of the BAC receive a $20 discount off each Burlington, ON L7S 1A9 TO REGISTER. course fee. P (905) 632 - 7796 See BurlingtonArtCentre.on.ca/course.html for biographies of REGISTRATION BEGINS F (905) 632 - 0278 our instructors. NOVEMBER 9TH BurlingtonArtCentre.on.ca FOR CHILDREN AND YOUTH Instructor: Claudia Sputore Children’s Classes Sponsored by: Sat Jan 09 - Mar 06 (no class Feb 13) Time: 1-3 pm MEMBERSHIP C03 Handbuilding & the Wheel (12-15yrs) Become a Member and receive a $20.00 discount off the listed course fee. Students explore handbuilding construction techniques, experiment with Members of the Burlington Art Centre also enjoy the following KINDER (AGES 4-6) shapes and texture and try basic techniques for throwing cylinders and bowls benefits: on the wheel. More challenging work will be assigned to students with previous • discounts at local art supply stores C31 Pottery & Art for Young Children (4-6yrs) • discounts at the Art Etc Gift Shop This exciting program for 4 to 6 year olds allows them to develop three-dimensional experience. Fee $135 Instructors: Michelle Lynn & Dawn Hackett-Burns Sat Jan 09 - Mar 06 (no class Feb 13) Time: 9:30-11:30 am • discounted tickets to special events design skills through pottery projects combined with two-dimensinoal drawing and • reciprocal gallery privileges through the Ontario Association of painting activities. Fee $135 Instructor: Joan Urquhart Wed Jan 13 - Mar 03 Time: 1-3 pm TEEN & YOUTH Art Galleries (OAAG) Individual & Family memberships available. Call (905)632-7796 ext 304 Thu Jan 14 - Mar 04 Time: 1-3 pm C05 Fantasy Drawing II (13+yrs) for more information. C41 Art Explorers (4-6yrs) A followup to Fantasy Drawing, furthering skills, characterizations and This program is specially designed to introduce young children to drawing, techniques in creating imaginative detailed drawings of fantasy creatures and figures. Fee $125 Instructor: Brigitte Huard painting, clay sculpting and craft activities. Children in this class should Sat Jan 09 - Mar 06 (no class Feb 13) Time: 1-3 pm MARCH BREAK plan to come and have fun with art! Fee $130 March 15th to 19th Instructor: Lia Van Pelt T09 Advanced Cartooning (13+yrs) Registration begins January 25th Sat Jan 09 - Mar 06 (no class Feb 13) Time: 9:30-11:30 am Learn how to make a comic book or graphic novel. Take the story from Instructor: Deb McBride idea to finished product and all the steps in between. Classes include: March Break Art Classes Sat Jan 09 - Mar 06 (no class Feb 13) Time: 1-3 pm How to make a character guide/develop characters, how to let your art tell Half day sessions. Includes all materials unless indicated. Wear old a story, common ideals in comics, and how to work up a full page instead clothes or a paint shirt. CHILDREN of just a series of panels. Fee $125 Instructor: Craig Arndt Sign up for mornings: 9:30 am - noon or afternoons: 1 - 3:30 pm C15 Art at the Centre (6-8yrs) Sat Jan 09 - Mar 06 (no class Feb 13) Time: 1-4 pm Ages 4 to 5 or Ages 5 and 6 In this popular program, students explore various craft and art projects. ‘Art and Pottery for Kinders’ C14 Intro to Manga Cartooning (13+yrs) This is an enjoyable introduction to skills and an opportunity to expand Four sessions of art and craft activities and one of pottery. Can’t get enough of Yu-Gi-Oh!, Dragonball Z or Japanese anime? Fans creative horizons. Fee $135 Instructor: Claudia Sputore Mornings: 9:30 am – noon of this artform will learn the basics of the Manga (comic book) style. Sat Jan 09 - Mar 06 (no class Feb 13) Time: 9:30-11:30 am Afternoons: 1:00 – 3:30 pm Fee $125Instructor: Craig Arndt C10 Claywork: Pottery & Sculpture (6-8yrs) Sat Jan 09 - Mar 06 (no class Feb 13) 9:30 - 11:30am Fee: $100 Let’s play with clay! Students are introduced to handbuilding their own pottery and Ages 6 to 8/ 8 to 10/ 10 to 12 T11 Animation Studio (14+yrs) sculptures and learn the important art of play. Fee $135 Instructor: Heather Kuzyk For those who are interested in getting into post-secondary animation ‘The Mixed Bag’ Sat Jan 09 - Mar 06 (no class Feb 13) Time: 1-3 pm or illustration programs, this course will give you a taste of college entry Five mornings or afternoons, a different activity and studio each day: C09 Claywork (after school) (10-12yrs) expectations, the facts about the business, plus advanced drawing with Painting, Cartooning, Weaving, Pottery and Gallery Tours/Activities. Get your hands in clay after a hard day at school! Make your own strong focus on the human figure. Includes two sessions with a costumed Mornings: 9:30 am – noon pottery and sculptures and have some fun. Fee $110 Instructor: Eileen model. Fee $170 Instructor: Melissa Belanger Afternoons: 1:00 – 3:30 pm Earnshaw-Borghesan Thu Jan 14 - Mar 04 Time: 4-6 pm Please register by age group, for either a morning or afternoon session. Tue Jan 12 - Mar 02 Time: 4:30-6 pm Fee: $100 T13 Top Fashion Design (14+yrs) C22 Creating Cartoons (8-10yrs) The students will be ‘Finding Inspiration” in this course and will learn that Ages 10 to 12 Students develop their imagination and sense of humour while learning creating a design is not a mystical affair. Students will be guided through ‘Pottery’ the basics of the art of cartooning; facial expression, animals, characters, the steps to transfer their fashion designs onto paper, and eventually Have fun with clay through handbuilding techniques and throwing on the wheel. and how to develop a comic strip. Fee $125 Instructor: Melissa Belanger make one of their designs a reality. We will be working with an array Mornings only, 9:30 am – noon. Sat Jan 09 - Mar 06 (no class Feb 13) Time: 9:30-11:30 am of material from water colour, marker to actual fabrics. The instructor Fee: $120 C27 Drawing & Painting StephanieSchirm has worked as a Fashion Designer for 23 years and is Teens, age 13 and up More learning opportunities focusing on drawing and painting. This program well versed in Fashion Illustration. Fee $140 Instructor: Stephanie Schirm Mon Jan 11 - Mar 08 (no class Feb 15) Time: 7-9:30 pm ‘Fun with Fantasy Drawing’ includes projects designed to stimulate students who have expressed a Put your imagination on the page. Illustrate your own stories of fairies special interest in the visual arts. Fee $135 Instructor: Joan Urquhart T14 Youth Printmaking Workshop (14+yrs) and other fantastic characters. Sat Jan 09 - Mar 6 (no class Feb 13) Time: 9:30-11:30 am (6-8yrs) This workshop introduces youths to a variety of printmaking techniques. Mornings 9:30 am to noon Sat Jan 09 - Mar 06 (no class Feb 13) Time: 1-3 pm (10-12yrs) Carving and photolithography processes will be explored, including sintra Fee: $110 plus GST C02 Creative Clay (8-10yrs) cuts, xante plates and gum Arabic transfers. Students will be encouraged to print on a variety of surfaces, leading up to a final project where they will Manga Cartooning Clay sculpture and pots will be made using handbuilding techniques. design and print their own t-shirts. No prior print experience is necessary. Fans of this artform can learn to draw in the Manga (comic book) style Surface decoration, texture and alternatives to glazing will be included in Students are asked to bring in t-shirts for the final assignment. and its many forms. this special clay program. Fee $135 Fee $75 Instructor: Jeremy Forsyth Afternoons 1:00 – 3:30 pm Instructor: Heather Kuzyk Sun Jan 31, Sun Feb 07 Time: 12-4 pm Fee: $110 plus GST Sat Jan 09 - Mar 06 (no class Feb 13) Time: 9:30-11:30 am ART & CRAFT STUDIO PROGRAMS Burlington Art Centre FOR ADULTS Call (905) 632 - 7796 ext 307 to register BurlingtonArtCentre.on.ca WINTER 2010 DESIGN DRAWING A46 Painting Seasons in Watercolour A51 Cubist Painting A58 Mosaic Art A09 Drawing for the Absolute Beginner How to capture reflected autumn colours on a lake? Learn to paint in the Cubist style of Picasso and Braque. Learn the old Roman technique of making mosaics; If you have never drawn before and want to start How many ways can you paint shadows in snow? Or This class will allow students to transpose three- one of the ancient forms of art which can be applied now, this is the course for you. Experiment with select a palette for a hot, sunny day? Learn techniques dimensional subjects into the flat images on the surface to any form, using different tessera such as glass, a variety of drawing tools and techniques and to capture the essence of landscape with each changing of a canvas. Objects, seen from various points of view, will ceramic, china, pebbles etc. In this course you will develop your understanding of visual perception. season. Intermediate level watercolourists who have be reconstructed using separate views which overlap and finish a 12” x 12” wall décor which will give you the Fee $170 Instructor: Julie Donec an interest in landscape will see solid improvement in intersect. Using acrylic or non-toxic oil paints, students will techniques to apply to your own personal projects. Fri Jan 15 - Mar 05 Time: 9:30 am-12:30pm their painting. Fee $165 Instructor: Judy Mayer Grieve learn the colour palette used by the Cubists and explore A materials fee of $65 payable to the instructor Instructor: Steph Seagram Mon Jan 11 - Mar 08 (no class Feb 15) Time: 7-10 pm the methods they used to create their master paintings. Fee $165 Instructor: TBA on the first day includes all tools and materials. Thu Jan 14 - Mar 04 Time: 7-10 pm PAINTING – OIL OR ACRYLIC Fee $110 Instructor: Akram Gabra Fri Jan 15 - Mar 05 Time: 10 am - 1 pm A42 Drawing II A14 Introduction to Painting Mon Jan 11 - Mar 08 (no class Feb 15) Time: 7-9:30 pm For those who have had some drawing experience This course offers an introduction to the exciting world POTTERY A94 Jewellery Design, Bead Work II or have taken the Drawing for Absolute Beginners, of painting in oils or acrylics. Students will learn the A35 Clay Studio II Designed for students who are interested in more this course offers the opportunity to improve and fundamentals of colour mixing and important painting Take your pottery-making skills to the next level! In this intricate beading. Each week, students will learn a refine your existing skills, and study drawing techniques including under painting, layering, direct course, you will learn to develop your sense of form and new technique first-hand and create a unique piece of concepts in more depth. Using a variety of mediums, painting and glazing. This knowledge will be applied to refine your throwing skills. Bring your wish list - better jewelry to take home. Fee $110 Instructor: Dee Kitich students will learn to draw still life, portraits, and will painting simple still life and landscape subjects. Canvas bowls, mugs, teapots, etc. Some clay experience required. Mon Jan 11 - Mar 08 (no class Feb 15) Time: 7-9:30 pm include an introduction to figure drawing. Fee $170 preparation, the proper care of painting materials and Instruction will be tailored to meet your individual needs. A61 Jewellery Casting Instructor: Claudette Losier the safe use of painting media will all be included. Fee Fee $200 Instructor: Iris Dorton Explore the possibilities in casting precious metals into Wed Jan 13 - Mar 03 Time: 1-4 pm $165 Instructor: Judy Mayer Grieve Mon Jan 11 - Mar 08 (no class Feb 15) Time: 12-3 pm jewellery objects. Using the lost wax process, learn Instructor: Ed Shawcross Tue Jan 12 - Mar 02 Time: 7-10 pm A04 Hands in Clay how to carve jewellery forms in wax, to be cast off- Thu Jan 14 - Mar 04 Time: 7-10 pm A34 Loosen Up Your Painting This introductory level course offers intensive study site in silver or gold (student’s expense). Polishing and A22 Drawing Life Studio Learn from the Post-Impressionist and Expressionist of handbuilding techniques and wheelwork basics finishing techniques refine the process. A basic kit is Drawing from the nude model. Fee $95 No instructor. movements. Discover the use of bright colours, such as: Fall, slab handbuilding and wheel, Winter, coil required for all new students at an additional cost of Time: 7-10 pm expressive lines and movement. You will investigate handbuilding and wheel, Spring, pinchpot handbuilding $90. Fee $165 Instructor: Joan Kirby Wed Jan 13 - Mar 03 a variety of techniques and approaches using acrylics, and wheel. Fee $200 Thu Jan 14 - Mar 04 Time: 7-10 pm dry water-based media. A materials list provided, plus Instructor: Barbara Taylor MIxED MEDIA an additional materials’ fee of $5 payable to instructor Mon Jan 11 - Mar 08 (no class Feb 15) Time: 7-10 pm A29 Floral Design: the Creative Experience A20 Art Skills on the first day for thin acrylics and acrylic medium. Instructor: Debra McBride Explore the possibilities of floral design with fresh and If you’ve always longed to draw and paint, this gentle Recommended for those with some painting experience, Sat Jan 09 - Mar 06 (no class Feb 13) Time: 1-4 pm everlasting blooms in this course for beginner students. introduction to basic art skills is for you. See a dramatic since this course may prove somewhat difficult to the A55 Handbuilding and the Wheel Emphasis will be placed on applying the principles of improvement in drawing, painting and creative absolute beginner. Fee $165 Instructor: Janus Fundamentals I design to the creation of seven different arrangements. skills through exercises in right brain development. Thu Jan 14 - Mar 04 Time: 9 am-noon This is the complete introduction to clay and making (A materials fee of $160 will be payable to the instructor Learn how to think and see as an artist. Fee $165 A79 Painting From Your Photos pottery. Students will explore handbuilding construction for fresh flowers and foliage, plus other supplies on the Instructor: Marie de Sousa Bring your own photos to class and let your creativity techniques, experiment with shapes and texture and materials list.) Fee $170 Instructor: Monique Theriault Tue Jan 12 - Mar 02 Time: 7-10 pm and imagination transform them into unique paintings. try basic techniques for throwing cylinders and bowls Wed Jan 13 - Mar 03 Time: 1:30-4:30 pm A33 Portrait Drawing & Painting We will work from personal as well as found imagery, on the wheel. Fee $200 Instructor: Barbara Rose A30 Floral Design, the Next Step (level 2) Take the next step in portraiture by adding colour and learn how to paint either a convincing or fantastical Wed Jan 13 - Mar 03 Time: 7-10 pm The second level of Floral Design, this course will and texture. Go beyond drawing a likeness to create narrative space – the choice will be yours. The instructor A52 Explorations in Form expand your repertoire with more advanced designs mood with the use of colour. Extended poses with live will help broaden your understanding of the principals In this course for intermediates, focus will be on and arrangements. Materials fee of $160 covers models allow for multi-layered compositions that are of paint handling, colour theory, tonality, composition, handbuilding techniques and exploring the sculptural fresh and everlasting blooms and some of the basic finished paintings. Media of choice extends to pastel, perspective, human anatomy and proper use of materials. possibilities of the ceramic form. Fee $200 Instructor: materials. Fee $170 Instructor: Monique Theriault watercolour, oil, acrylic or combinations thereof. Students may work in oil or acrylic paint. This is a course Tara Lynne Franco Wed Jan 13 - Mar 03 Time: 9:30 am-12:30 pm For intermediate to advanced students. Fee $195 for all levels, and a sense of adventure is encouraged. Thu Jan 14 - Mar 04 Time: 1-4 pm Instructor: Deborah Pearce Fee $165 Instructor: Michael Antkowiak A11 Weaving Basics (and more) adult Thu Jan 14 - Mar 04 Time: 7-10 pm A47 Handbuilding and the Wheel II Wed Jan 13 - Mar 03 Time: 7-10 pm Ever wonder how fabric is created? Students will be If you’ve already taken an intro pottery, this is the perfect guided through the process of making woven cloth; A25 Figurative Art in Mixed Media PAINTING - OIL followup course to further techniques in handbuilding from the choosing of appropriate yarns, making the Improve drawing skills and achieve dramatic effects by and wheelwork. Fee $200 Instructor: Helen Beswick warp, threading the loom, through the actual weaving learning to combine wet and dry media such as pen and A08 Master Techniques Thu Jan 14 - Mar 04 Time: 7-10 pm ink, gouache with charcoal or color pastel, and acrylic Discover and explore the techniques of the Masters. of the cloth and finishing of the created fabric. Previous A53 Introduction to Clay and Surface paint with charcoal. This intermediate level class will Students will be encouraged to develop their personal students are welcome to expand their weaving This course looks at a variety of approaches to creating emphasize expressive line work, layering of surface expression using traditional methods to create a repertoire. Fee $200 Instructor: TBA functional objects in clay. Whether through throwing or texture, form and color to heighten contrast, and will masterly painting. The course wll teach how to use Tue Jan 12 - Mar 16 Time: 7-10 pm hand-building, surface design techniques explored in maintain attention to detail. A sense of adventure will perspective, effective lighting and various painting A23 Fibre Art Wall Tapestry techniques. Students should have some experience this course will help each student to develop a personal be encouraged and students are welcome to work on a Students who have sewing knowledge, but have trouble painting with oils. Fee $165 language. Fee $200 Instructor: Barbara Rose larger format. Fee $195 Instructor: Michael Antkowiak creating their own designs, will be taken through a Instructor: Julie Donec Fri Jan 15 - Mar 05 Time: 9:00 am-12:00 pm Thu Jan 14 - Mar 04 Time: 1:30-4:30 pm journey of design concept, colour theory and composition Mon Jan 11 - Mar 08 (no class Feb 15) Time: 7-10 pm A36 Transfer Techniques for Mixed Media PHOTOGRAPHY to achieve their own creations for a large scale wall Instructor: Marie de Sousa tapestry. Fee $165 Instructor: Stephanie Schirm For beginning to intermediate painters. Transfer Tue Jan 12 - Mar 02 Time: 1-4 pm A17 Photography Darkroom Wed Jan 13 - Mar 03 Time: 7-10 pm techniques are a form of photo-based monoprinting or Techniques markmaking which works well with multi-media such A06 Traditional Glaze Oil Techniques All aspects of developing, enlarging, toning, mounting DRAWING - PASTEL & as collage, marker and encaustic. Fee $165 Discover a ‘lost art’ method of oil painting. Developed and a general review and demonstrations of darkroom COLOURED PENCIL Instructor: Claudette Losier in the Renaissance, the glaze oil method involves techniques. Individual attention will be given to Thu Jan 14 - Mar 04 Time: 7-10 pm underpainting and transparent layers, creating amazing students’ problems for maximum progress. (Maximum A48 Pastels for the Absolute Beginner colour, depth and detail. For all levels. enrollment 9 students) Fee $175 An introduction to working in pastels, this course will PAINTING – ACRYLIC & Fee $165 Instructor: Kathy Bailey Instructor: William Szigeti teach you the very basics of this colourful dry medium. Tue Jan 12 - Mar 02 Time: 1-4 pm Techniques such as shading and blending, and colour WATERCOLOUR Wed Jan 13 - Mar 03 Time: 12:30-3:30 pm theory will be explored. Suitable for the absolute A68 Painting in Acrylic: Level I A67 Colour beginner. Fee $165 Instructor: Ann Kelly Walsh Learn the basics of painting in acrylics. Paint Its not just theory. Learn how to see and mix colours Mon Jan 11 - Mar 08 (no class Feb 15) Time: 7-10 pm application, colour theory, composition and design with oil paint. This course consist of practical exercises, will be studied using still life subject matter. Fee $165 both simple and more complex, that are intended to A49 Purely Pastel strengthen the students understanding of colour and Instructor: Philip Grant Pastel is pure pigment in dry form. It is expressive, help them see their own unique colour vocabulary. A Tue Jan 12 - Mar 02 Time: 7-10 pm exciting and forgiving. Come out to enjoy this beautiful great place to enhance your painting skills. Adult students provide their medium. This course is open to all levels, with exercises A02 Painting Watercolours, Fee $165 Instructor: Carolyn Dover suitable for all, including value studies, colour exercises, Fundamentals I own supplies unless stipulated. Thu Jan 14 - Mar 04 Time: 9 am-noon composition, and personal projects for more advanced A variety of introductory techniques will be studied in this A materials list is indicated on students. Fee $165 Instructor: Ann Kelly Walsh course. Students will be encouraged to develop a sound A87 Landscapes in Oil the course outline, or in some Thu Jan 14 - Mar 04 Time: 1-4 pm approach to watercolour painting through exercises in Intermediate and advanced painters, learn about the colour mixing, composition, and manipulating the medium. process and skill of oil painting with the landscape as cases a materials fee is payable A43 Intro to Coloured Pencil subject matter. Using photographs as a starting point, to the instructor. Drawing experience is recommended. Fee $165 Inexpensive, portable, versatile and easy to use - learn to ‘see’ and create new painterly approaches Instructor: Frances Tyrrell coloured pencils can simulate the look of oils, acrylics that can take landscape beyond realism. Fee $165 Wed Jan 13 - Mar 03 Time: 9 am-noon and watercolours without the mess and expense. Learn Instructor: Carolyn Dover Instructor: Judy Mayer Grieve how to achieve transparent layering and burnishing methods. You’ll be amazed at the results! Fee $165 Wed Jan 13 - Mar 03 Time: 7-10 pm Thu Jan 14 - Mar 04 Time: 1-4 pm PLAN AHEAD Instructor: TBA A45 Painting Watercolours Level II Thu Jan 14 - Mar 04 Time: 7-10 pm An opportunity to develop new painting skills and to refine your present techniques. This course is designed as a Registration for March Break begins follow up for students who have taken an introductory January 25, 2010 watercolour course and who have also had some training Registration for SPRING begins in drawing. Fee $165 Instructor: Julie Donec February 22, 2010 Fri Jan 15 - Mar 05 Time: 1:30-3:30 pm Registration Begins November 9th Fees listed are for non-members. Call (905) 632-7796 ext 307 to Register Members of the BAC receive a $20 discount off each course fee.
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