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Classes May 2019

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Saturday, May 4

Stained Glass Class

10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

Art Happens on Tarboro

106 Tarboro St. W

Learn the basic techniques for making a stained glass panel using the copper foil method. Class runs for seven weeks. Instruction fee is $150; supply fee $100 to $200. For more information call Kim S. Joy 252-650-2530 or visit the store.

Wednesday, May 8

Stained Glass Class

7 to 9:30 p.m.

Art Happens on Tarboro

106 Tarboro St. W

Learn the basic techniques for making a stained glass panel using the copper foil method. Class runs for seven weeks. Instruction fee is $150; supply fee is $100-$200. For more information call Kim S. Joy 252-650-2530 or visit the store.

Thursday, May 9

Jewelry Basics

7 to 9:30 p.m.

Art Happens on Tarboro

106 Tarboro Street W

Learn jewelry making basics such as stringing, pearl knotting and wire wrapping. Create a strung bracelet, a silk knotted bracelet, a wire wrapped bracelet and matching earrings and a chunky bracelet. Class runs for three Wednesdays: May 9, 23 and June 6. Class fee with supplies is $100. Stop by the shop or call 252-650-2530 to register.

Friday, May 17

Stained Glass Pendant Class

10 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Art Happens on Tarboro

106 Tarboro St. W

Create little works of art using stained glass techniques. You will learn to cut, grind, layer, wrap with copper foil and solder pieces. The finished piece will be a reversible pendant. Class and supplies, $65. For more information call Kim S. Joy 252-650-2530 or visit the store.

FRIDAY, MAY 17

Dream Catcher-Adult Paint Class

6:30 to 9 p.m.

Colorful Spirits Art Studio

4221 W. Langley Road, Elm City

Join us in painting our version of a dream catcher. Class and $30 is all you need for a step by step instructions. RSVP and pay online at www.colorfulspiritart.com.

SATURDAY, MAY 18

Paint a Ceramic Lighthouse-Adult Paint Class

10 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Colorful Spirits Art Studio

4221 W. Langley Road, Elm City

Paint a ceramic lighthouse of your own with acrylic paint. Two sizes available: a large 13” for $30 and medium 9.5” for $20. Put lights inside to light it up. Only 5 of each available. First come, first served. RSVP and pay to reserve your spot at www.colorfulspiritart.com.

Saturday, May 18

PMC Charms

2 to 5 p.m.

Art Happens on Tarboro

106 Tarboro Street W

This class will cover the basic tools and techniques as you make fine silver charms. Create, dry, sand pieces, fire and polish the pieces. Beginners will enjoy this class and experienced PMCers can refine their techniques. You can take your own pinky-size objects to impress into the clay for design: rubber stamps, old buttons, vintage silverware, wax stamps, leather punches, etc. Class and supplies fee, $80. For more information call Kim S. Joy 252-650-2530 or visit the store.


Friday, May 24

Copper Necklace

1 to 4 p.m.

Art Happens on Tarboro

106 Tarboro St. W.

Use a hammer, a bench block, copper wire, beads and chain to make a unique necklace. Always a student favorite. Class and supplies $55. For more information call Kim S. Joy 252-650-2530 or visit the store.

FRIDAY, MAY 24

Pour Your Art Out- Paint a Set of Coasters

6:30 to 8:30 p.m.

Colorful Spirit Art Studio

4221 W. Langley Road, Elm City

Use any of the pouring techniques to decorate your own set of coasters. For $40 includes all you need to paint a set of four coasters with holder with step by step instructions. RSVP and pay online at www.colorfulspiritart.com.

Friday, May 31

Figure 8 Chainmaille Bracelet

10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

Art Happens on Tarboro

106 Tarboro St. W.

This chain will refine your round loop skills. Forty inches of wire turns into a supple, dense and perfect bracelet. Class and supplies $45. For more information call Kim S. Joy 252-650-2530 or visit the store.

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