The spring session of art classes and workshops for ages 4 through adult is being offered through the Tarble Arts Center, beginning Feb. 24. All courses are open to both Tarble Arts Center members and non-members, with workshop fees including both instruction and supplies. Tarble members receive a 20 percent discount on course fees. Registration deadlines begin Feb. 19; registration may be taken online here, in the Tarble Arts Center Office, or via mail using the registration from in the brochure. To receive a brochure, interested persons may contact the Tarble Arts Center at (217)-581-ARTS (2787) or email@example.com. A PDF of the brochure is also available on the Tarble Arts Center website listed above.
Offered for children are “Adventures in Art” (ages 4-6), “Exploring Art” (ages 7-9), and “Exploring 3-D Media” (ages 10-14), all taught by Josh Doniek, and Friday classes for home-schooled youths ages 4-14, taught by Kelsey Thrush. For teens and adults (ages 15 and over), course offerings include “Exploring Watercolor,” led by Jamie Willis; “Figure Drawing and Portraiture II,” taught by Reagan Carey; “Creative Drawing Essentials,” Natalie Boyer, instructor; and “Glass Bead Making,” led by Dave Hunter. Contact the Tarble Arts Center at firstname.lastname@example.org or 217-581-2787, or go here and click on “Classes and Workshops.”
The Tarble Arts Center offers year-round community art instruction for both children and adults. Through its collection, changing exhibitions, highly qualified instructors and other resources, Tarble courses offer a unique opportunity to study art.
The Tarble Arts Center, a division of the College of Arts and Humanities, is partially supported by the Tarble Arts Center Endowment/EIU Foundation and membership contributions. The Tarble is located at 2010 Ninth St. on Eastern’s campus in Charleston.