Visual artists of all media who are interested in the application process for juried art festivals are encouraged to participate. The first workshop will be in Springfield at The Creamery Arts Center on Sunday, December 15, noon-3pm. The second workshop will be in Joplin on Sunday, January 12, noon-3pm (more info to come). The Springfield workshop is free, though a $10 donation is encouraged.
‘Develop Yourself with The Geek Foundation Coding Courses!’ Nov. 24 at Library Center
Registration is underway for children in grades 2-6 to attend Develop Yourself with The Geek Foundation Coding Courses! from 2-5 p.m. on Sunday, Nov. 24, in the Library Center, meeting room A, 4653 S. Campbell Ave.
This week’s theme is Wonder Woman. Discover your coding superpowers during an afternoon adventure with Wonder Woman and other superheroes who will be onsite while you learn to code. Materials will be provided.
‘Harry Potter Paper Crafts’ Oct. 25 at Library Center
Registration is underway for adults age 18 and older to attend Harry Potter Paper Crafts from 7-9 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 25, in the Library Center Story Hour Room, 4653 S. Campbell Ave.
Want to add a little Harry Potter magic to your home decor? Make Harry Potter silhouette pictures and origami Forbidden Forest trees to add that magical touch. Materials will be provided.
For more information on this free program or to register call 883-5341.
Minorities in Business will host its second annual Business Development Workshop. Our topic will be: Growing Your SideGig: Earning Extra Money While Working Your Regular Job. This event will take place from 8 am - noon at the The eFactory/ Robert Plaster Free Enterprise Center, 405 N Jefferson Ave., Springfield, MO.
The goal of this event is to provide business resources and knowledge to help grow local entrepreneurs and small business owners. This event is open to the public. Registration is $25. per person. To register online, go to: www.sgfmib.com
‘Midtown Workshop Series’ July 25 at the Midtown Carnegie Branch Library
Adults are invited to attend Midtown Workshop Series from 4-5:30 p.m. on Thursday, July 25, in the Midtown Carnegie Branch Library upstairs meeting room, 397 E. Central St.
This month’s topic Alien Costume Makeup Tutorial. Watch a professional makeup artist from Associated Theatrical Contractors transform their model into an alien right before your eyes. Ask questions and get advice on how to achieve different looks and utilize techniques – just in time for your August 17 LibraryCon cosplay.
This workshop includes locally-grown flowers, supplies, and instructions to create a flower crown or flower hair piece. Arrive with fresh hair, and AVBS's talented hair dressers will create quick festival or bohemian inspired styles to compliment the flower crown, all the while teaching you how to recreate the look on your own!
We will be celebrating the holiday season by painting a fun, mixed media Santa. Mixing Skin tones, using joint compound, vintage collage papers, lace, pencils, texture, and a variety of mediums to create this fun and jolly Santa. Creating an interesting background and a delightful Santa. Using acrylic and watercolor techniques throughout. A fun time of learning and creating. Cost of Class $40.
Join award winning master artist, John Whytock, in his Landscape Painting Workshop Series and learn many of the techniques that allowed him, for the past 40 years, to excel in the real world of competitive art.
Join Teaching Artist Cory Leick for the third in a series of Mixed Media Meet Ups, Hand Lettered Bunting. Learn to make decorative letterforms using your child’s name or your choice of word. Then apply your knowledge to create a lovely hanging bunting (banner) for your child’s room, your hearth, or doorway.This one-night workshop costs $15. Registration is required; materials are provided; however participants should bring a 6-10 foot length of ribbon of their choice. Intended for adults, ages 18+
Join Teaching Artist Cory Leick for the second in a series of Mixed Media Meet Ups, Whimsical Bird Collage. Create your own avian-inspired artwork. This one-night workshop costs $15. Registration is required; materials are provided; however participants are encouraged to bring permanent paint markers in their choice of colors. Intended for adults, ages 18+