Arts Enrichment for Adults program offered at UW-Green Bay
Arts Enrichments for Adults, a non-credit program offered at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay, is designed to help adults capture their creative side. An impressive array of class offerings will take place 1-4 p.m. Monday through Thursday, Aug. 1-4, on the UW-Green Bay campus, 2420 Nicolet Drive.
Students can choose one class from the following courses (and instructors):
• From Junk to Jewelry – Erica Becker
• Fabulous Felting – Mindy Sue Wittock
• Basic Fine Art of Mosaic Workshop – Margy Cottingham
• Ceramics: Hand-Building with an Introduction to Wheel-Throwing for Raku Firing – Dean Hoegger
• Anyone Can Draw – Sara Tlachac
• The Wonderful World of Mixed Media – Frank Juarez
• Watercolor Painting – Deb Parins Zich
• Introduction to Fine Art Digital Photography – Tammy Resulta
• Digital Photo Editing: Storing and Manipulating Imagery – Jennifer Lautenschlager
The class fee of $129 covers instruction. Some classes requiring special materials also have a lab fee. Students choose one course that they will focus on during the 4-day week.
Sandra Shackelford is the Arts Enrichment Coordinator for the program. Shackelford is a documentary artist who received a bachelor’s degree from UW-Green Bay and did graduate work in fine arts at UW-Milwaukee. Shackelford works with K-12 students at Aldo Leopold School and creates art programs for youth through the Howe Neighborhood Family Resource Center. She is the co-director for UW-Green Bay’s longstanding Summer Art Studio Camps. In addition, she is the founding director of the mosaic art project, “The Memorial Wall of Hope and Healing.”
More information and registration is available online at www.uwgbsummercamps.com or by calling (920) 465-2775 or (800) 621-2313.