|3784||12/02/2021 - 12/16/2021||10:00 AM - 1:00 PM||Thu||3||$190|
December is here and the festive season is seeping into our spirit. Let’s reflect that into our paintings. We will be painting festive objects like cakes, sugar cookies, wrapping paper, shiny ribbons etc as our subjects while digging deeper with painting and composition issues.
There is a supply list for the class please contacts us if you do not receive the link.
|3807||11/13/2021 - 11/14/2021||10:00 AM - 12:00 PM||Sat - Sun||2||$148|
Learn to add the color and sparkle of stones to jewelry designs without using a torch! In this class we will focus on cold connections instead of solder. If you are new to setting stones, these techniques are a great introduction. If you’re more experience, cold settings can expand your design repertoire, or give you the option of working in studio that isn't equipped with a torch. Your instructor will guide you through a progression of capturing stones and setting them using tabs, rivets and tension settings. You will learn a variety of riveting styles for different uses and how to properly set them. Although the class focuses on setting cabochons and faceted stones, these techniques can also be used to capture materials that are heat sensitive as well as enameled elements and other found objects. Prerequisite: None. Supply Fee: $35.
*Students will pick up a supply kit from Pratt prior to the first class. Students will need to provide their own handtools based on a shopping list provided (this includes common jewelry tools such as a saw, files, etc, and a few more specialized items for stonesetting). Students receiving Tuition Assistance may request to borrow a tool kit from Pratt. Please register at least one week prior to the class start date to have time for getting tools and supply kits.
|3810||11/24/2021||6:30 PM - 9:30 PM||Wed||1||$112|
Explore the world of jewelry making with one of the oldest techniques dating back thousands of years, wire wrapping. In this class you will learn to create decorative shapes and components without soldering or heating the wire. We will take a look at different kinds of wire, gauges, texturing, and how to connect the components. Using wire wrapping techniques students will make ear wire, snake shapes and a pendant. Prerequisite: None. Supply Fee: $20.
*Students will pick up a supply kit from Pratt prior to the first class. Students will need to provide their own hand tools based on a shopping list provided (this includes common jewelry tools such as a saw, files, etc). Students receiving Tuition Assistance may request to borrow a tool kit from Pratt. Please register at least one week prior to the class start date to have time for getting tools and supply kits.
|3851||10/29/2021||6:00 PM - 8:30 PM||Fri||1||$80|
Now that you've learned basic broom making techniques, let's create a standing flat broom with a stick handle made with natural broomcorn and a small hand broom made with black broomcorn. This standing flat broom will be great for tackling sweeping in every room in your home! Supply kit will be available for pick up at Pratt and an additional supply list of tools already in your home will be emailed prior to class. Expect to rotate between live demonstration time and working at your kitchen counter to practice what you've just learned. Plan to have your laptop in front of you so the instructor can provide feedback and assistance during class. This online course will be taught via Microsoft Teams and the content will be recorded and available to student for 48 hours after class. Supply kit pick up is October 27 from 3-6pm. Enrollment deadline is 8 days prior to class start. Supply fee: $50
|3760||11/03/2021 - 11/17/2021||5:00 PM - 6:30 PM||Wed||3||$100|
In this online class, you will learn how to create intricate Japanese wooden patterns called kumiko, and the foundational concept of the technique. Each session will feature 10-15 minutes of demonstration time and time to practice the new skill and discuss. At the end of the course, you'll have an asanoha kumiko pattern of your own. This course is instructed online, using Microsoft Teams (a video conferencing tool). All live sessions will be recorded and available for 48 hours after the class is completed. Supply kits will be shipped to students, please make sure your shipping address is correct while enrolling for the class. In person pick up is not possible. Must enroll 7 days prior to class to allow time for shipping. Please inquire with firstname.lastname@example.org if interested in shipping to Canada or other international destinations. Each student will also need to provide their own limited set of tools. A detailed supply list is available upon request and will be emailed prior to class. This class will be maxed out at 8 people to allow for quality feedback during everyone's work sessions. Plan to have a place to put your laptop to film yourself as you work. Supply fee $125
|3739||11/17/2021||6:00 PM - 8:30 PM||Wed||1||$59|
Learn the art of handmade broom making! In this online class, students will learn about the materials used in broom making and basic techniques to create two handbrooms: a whisk and a hawktail with handle. Supply kit will be available for pick up at Pratt and short supply list will be emailed prior to class of tools already in your home. Expect to rotate between live demonstration time and working at your kitchen counter to practice what you’ve just learned. Plan to have your laptop in front of you so the instructor can provide feedback and assistance during class. Additional broom material will be provided so students can apply their new skill and create a third broom on their own time. This online course will be taught via Microsoft Teams and the content will be recorded and available to students for 48 hours after class. Supply kit pick is Sun, Nov 14, from 1-3 Pm. Kit pick up will have limited human interaction. Wear a mask. Enrollment deadline is 8 days prior to class start. Supply fee: $50
|3799||11/05/2021 - 12/17/2021||6:30 PM - 9:30 PM||Fri||7||$250|
This class will focus on the development of observational skills and learning drawing fundamentals, with simple still life setups. We will work mostly with charcoal and experiment with some white charcoal techniques towards the end. You will learn to set up your own still life's and learn basic drawing techniques to represent them on paper. There will be demos and discussions during class time along with opportunity for the students to share their setups and start working on their drawings.
Prerequisite: No prior experience with drawing is required.
Live sessions and is hosted by MS Teams.
Materials pick up and MS Teams link will be sent after registration deadline.