Adult Workshops

Back to Basics: Manifest 2018 Vision Boards
Saturday, January 13, 10:30 am – 12:30 pm
Start off with a clean slate and a fresh new outlook for 2018. Using collage techniques, build a vision board for the future you want. Bring your hopes and dreams for the new year and any personal pictures that you want to include on your board. Magazines and all other materials will be provided. Ages 16 and up.
$5 members / $16 non-members
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Back to Basics: Creative Writing
Saturday, February 10, 10:30 am – 12:30 pm
As part of the Back to Basics series, Professor Kiki Petrosino, poet, Associate Professor of English at University of Louisville and Faculty Fellow at the Commonwealth Center for Humanities and Society, will lead a creative writing workshop that invites participants to play surrealist writing games as inspired by the exhibition BRUCE CONNER: FOREVER AND EVER. This workshop is appropriate for anyone interested in creative writing, no experience required. Ages 16 and up.
$5 members / $16 non-members
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Back to Basics: Watercolors
Saturday, March 10, 10:30 am – 12:30 pm
Find inspiration in the beautiful landscapes of the exhibition Women Artists in the Age of Impressionism. Learn to look closely at your surroundings and translate what you see into expressive paintings in this watercolor workshop. Instruction will focus on basic watercolor techniques so all experience levels are welcome. Ages 16 and up. Workshop includes admission to Women Artists in the Age of Impressionism.
$5 members / $22 non-members
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See. Stop. Sketch.
Saturdays, 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
Sketching is for everyone — whether or not you think you can draw. The Speed’s weekly sketching program, See Stop Sketch, provides drawing materials and sketching prompts to guests every Saturday. Explore the galleries, look closely, and try different drawing techniques. Materials available for pick-up at the front desk.

Free with admission. No registration required.

 

 

Questions? Contact Taylor Bothwell at tbothwell@speedmuseum.org