Shared Art Making manager/instructor Jamie Harmon will explain how to start the design and editing process for laser engraving, photography, and silk screening. Attendees will learn the necessary steps to translate their creative concepts into art objects like t-shirts, photo portraits, vinyl stickers, and more. Everything you need will be provided. Space is limited so advance sign-up is required.
Learn the age-old craft of expression through sculpting bone into art. Sarrah Camp will guide you in how to create your own jewelry by wire wrapping and handcrafting chains with a curated selection of animal bones. You will make two pieces of original wearable sculptures during the class. The animal bones are ethically sources from the MidSouth area and processed locally in Sarrah’s studio. Everything you need will be provided.
In the past, Digital Audio Workstations (DAWs) were programs used only by audio engineers with a highly specific knowledge base, on machines inaccessible to most people. But over the past 10-15 years, DAWs and the act of recording music have evolved exponentially. Used by an extremely broad range of music creators, Ableton Live not only facilitates the work of engineers, producers, and writers in professional, home, and mobile studio settings, but it is also a powerful platform for musicians on stage, in the DJ booth, and elsewhere.
Soldering is at the core of every electronics project. In this class, participants will learn how to solder a point-to-point LED flashlight/stationary lamp. Instructors Gino and Diana Barzizza will show you tips and tricks to get you started on your journey into DIY electronics. Class includes introduction to electrical theory and hands-on building of a LED flash circuit using capacitors, resistors, integrated circuits (IC), switches, LEDs and batteries. In the world of DIY electronics there is always something more to learn. This class is the first in a series in which you can build your skills and knowledge of electronics fabrication.