Southeast Missouri State University

Pre-registration is required. All workshops take place at River Campus. Contact ehahs@semo.edu or call (573) 651-2260 to register.

Fall 2014 Tuesdays at the Museum

Youth Classes

September 2-December 9, 2014
Classes last 1 hour and are offered at 3 and 4 p.m. for ages 3-15. Supplies are provided. Space is limited.

Printmaking Process (Kids)

October 28, 2014 at 3 and 4 p.m.
Artist Crystal Wagner demonstrates printmaking used in her creation process. Participants will assist in the production process for her exhibition “Immersion.”
Crystal Wagner's Website - www.crystalwagner.com

Adult Classes

September 2-December 9, 2014
Classes last 3 hours and are offered at 9 a.m. and 12 p.m. Space is limited.

Adult Watercolor

Sept. 23, 30, Oct. 7 and 14, 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.
Teaching Artist Brenda Seyer (class is full)
Seyer teaches private art lessons since retiring. She is a member of Cape Girardeau Arts Council and charter member of The Visual Arts Co-operative showing new art monthly.
“I continue to feed my passion for art by exploring a variety of media and styles of art. These past years I have enjoyed working in Batik. I find the methods of working in watercolor and batik quite similar,” Seyer says.

Weekend Plein Air Workshop: Viewing Color

Oct. 24-26 Friday, Saturday and Sunday
Teaching Artist Billy O'Donnell
Class fee: $320, contact (573) 651-2260 for details.
O’Donnell was added as a Plein Air Painters of America Signature Member in April 2014. PAPA members exemplify excellence in vision and craftsmanship and actively share that knowledge with the public through exhibitions and with the artist community through workshops and instructional videos.
O’Donnell’s book "Painting Missouri" authored by Karen Glines, received the Governors Book Award for 2009.
Websites:
Billy O' Art - www.billyoart.com
P-A-P-A - www.p-a-p-a.com
Plein-Air Painters of America - www.pleinairpaintersofamerica.com

Art Teacher Workshop

Nov. 1, 2014 Saturday (time TBA)
Artist Crystal Wagner discusses her processes in creating her installation exhibition. Topics include printmaking, paper as sculpture, color selection, interpretation, and construction techniques. Teachers will assist in the creating process for her exhibition “Immersion.” Contact Crisp Museum for details (573) 651-2260.
Crystal Wagner's Website - www.crystalwagner.com

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