Community Briefs Announcements:
· Half Day For Half Pints:
· Painters On Location September 28th
· Guitar Private, Semi-Private & Group Lessons
· Tweens & Teens programs for the 21st Century Artist
· Rising Artists Program for Teens
Half Day for Half Pints: Classes begin Sept. 16 for new Pre-K arts immersion half day program offered Monday and/or Friday mornings; Tuesday and/or Wednesday afternoons. Available by semester or full year. Enrollment limited. Call 967-0700 for information.
Painters On Location: Join The Rye Arts Center to celebrate the scenic beauty of Rye as we bring over 40 professional artists together for a one-day paint-out. Painters create picturesque landscapes during the day. Meet the artists and bid on the wet masterpieces in a live auction that evening, September 28th.
Guitar Lessons at The Music School: Sign up for lessons. Begins 9/9.
Tweens & Teens programs for the 21st Century Artist: Enrollment is open for 3 new programs to stimulate creative thinking in 21st century design and building, all set in small group settings. Classes begin 9/23. Siege Machines and Medieval Fortresses Create miniature replicas of medieval siege machines and fortresses. Friday Evening Arts Interact and explore art through painting, drawing, creative building, Minecraft and more. Lego Engineering Combine Lego mechanics to learn the concepts of balance, friction, kinetic energy and more! Call 914-967-0700 or visit us on the web at www.ryeartscenter.org.
How to Draw Absolutely Anything! For Adults: Join artist and published author Marilyn Rabetz as she guides you through the four most important elements in drawing realistically. Understanding the concepts of proportion, edges, tones and color will lead the way to drawing still life, landscapes, portraits and more. Always wanted to learn the basics? Then this class is for you! Visit www.marilynrabetz.com and www.ryeartscenter.org.
Rising Artists Program for Teens at The Rye Arts Center: The Rye Arts Center’s brand new program for teens this Fall specially designed to mentor teens interested in exploring careers in creative fields. The program, aka R.A.P. @ RAC, is designed to expose teens to careers in fields such as advertising, digital animation, film-making, journalism, publishing, media arts, photography, fashion, illustration, music, performing arts and more. The semester long program will include access to guest speakers plus hands-on studio time in The RAC’s painting, ceramics, and digital arts studios as well as the darkroom (one of only a few still available in the area), where photos are developed using traditional methods.