Instructor: Zachery Lechtenberg
$185 | 10% off for members
Tuesdays, Thursdays; 6–8pm
Register by September 14th
Students will gain a beginner’s understanding of glass enamel used in jewelry. This class will revolve around sifted and wet packing processes fired in an enameling kiln; students will create enamel tiles and build skillsets that can be used in class as well as outside of the Art Center. Other enamel projects in this class will focus on flat, two-dimensional pieces of art.
This class is ideal for students who want to create jewelry on their own and want to learn new techniques to create focal points in their work. It is well-suited for students who enjoy painting and other forms of two-dimensional design. Beginners welcome!
Maximum of 10 Students
Art is for everyone!
The Art Center offers a scholarship program for children 18 years and younger who qualify for free or reduced lunch, or through recommendation letters from a group leader, pastor, or authority figure. Scholarships are awarded to students yearly and cover 4 classes during the course of that year. The scholarship covers 100% of the price of the class, including art supplies. However, households are responsible for computer and internet connection, in the case of online classes.
To receive a scholarship, please fill out a Scholarship Application Form and submit it to the Quincy Art Center.