Art is for Everyone
The Arlington Public Library is offering a free art series this spring. Each month, a different local artist will present an exhibit of their work and offer free classes to the public. All classes meet in the Maker Space at the Downtown Library, and registration is not required to attend. Don’t miss the array of disciplines and techniques on display. All materials will be provided and no special art skills are necessary. This class is part of Art for Everyone, a project supported in part by the Texas State Library And Archives Commission (TSLAC).
Classes are free and are open to everyone, especially beginners. Online registration is not required, but classes are first-come, first served. We recommend arriving up to thirty minutes before class starts to sign up for a seat.
See all upcoming classes on our calendar.
Title: The Repurposed Library : 33 Craft Projects that Give Old Books New Life
Author: Occhipinti, Lisa.
Title: Art Made from Books : Altered, Sculpted, Carved, Transformed
Title: Altered books workshop : 18 creative techniques for self-expression
Author: Brazelton, Bev, 1946-
Title: The Creative Community Builder's Handbook : How to Transform Communities Using Local Assets, Art, and Culture
Author: Borrup, Tom
Title: My Art Book: [Amazing Art Projects Inspired by Masterpieces].
Title: Yarn Bombing : The Art of Crochet and Knit Graffiti
Author: Moore, Mandy, 1975-
Title: Painting the Impressionist Landscape : Lessons in Interpreting Light and Color
Author: Griffel, Lois.
Title: The Impressionists Handbook.
Title: Painting the Impressionist Watercolor
Author: Boynton, Lee