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May 31, 2023

Registration open for Arts Council’s fall classes

Courtesy of the San Benito County Arts Council

The San Benito County Arts Council is now enrolling students in Fall Session Art Classes at the ARTspace Annex, 217 Fifth St. in downtown Hollister. Our fall session schedule will run Sept. 4th through Dec. 15th and includes art classes and workshops for youth and adults in a variety of different media.  Some of the classes offered are:

Youth Art Studio 1 & 2 (ages 5-7 & 8-13), with Stephanie Skow, weekly Mondays

Encore Theater Workshop: Acting 1.0 (ages 7-16), with Norm Burchard, weekly Mondays
starting Oct. 1st

Encore Theater Workshop: Directing 1.0 (ages 7-16), with Norm Burchard, weekly Mondays
starting Oct. 1st

Art & Ideas (ages 16+), with Dustin Kinsley, weekly Tuesdays

3D Sculpture (ages 8-16), with Dustin Kinsley, weekly Tuesdays

Drawing Fundamentals (ages 11+), with John Robrock, weekly Wednesdays

Writers’ Lab (ages 16+), with Amanda Chiado, weekly Wednesdays

Cooking with Fish! A Live Culinary Arts Demonstration Class, with local chef, Mike Fisher, select Wednesdays

Aztec Dancing (all ages), with Calpulli Itzpapalotl Danza Azteca, weekly Wednesdays

Youth Ceramics (ages 8-16), with Stephanie Skow, weekly Thursdays beginning Oct. 4th

Youth Mural Workshop (ages 8+), with Heidi Jumper, weekly Thursdays in October

To register online or to view the full class schedule and descriptions, please visit www.sanbenitoarts.eventbrite.com.

All classes are taught by professional teaching artists and begin the first week of September continuing unless otherwise noted. There are FREE scholarship spots available for youth classes for qualifying students. For more information about the Fall Art Classes or to inquire about scholarships, please contact the Arts Council at 831.636.2787 or at [email protected]

Fall Art Classes are presented by the San Benito County Arts Council as part of their Community Art Education Program and are made possible with the support of the California Arts Council, the David and Lucile Packard Foundation, United Way and Monterey Peninsula Foundation.