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September 18th- September 25th, 2023  

Check out next week’s classes, workshops and events!  

Painting with Terry Lynn  

6 Tuesdays
September 19th -October 24th  

Join beloved instructor and painter, Terry Lynn Spry, for her weekly fine art painting classes designed for the novice to the professional. Students are encouraged to work at their own level, and with their subject and medium of choice. In this class, you can expect to learn more about the spectrum of painting from realism to abstract, as well as, studies in portraiture, color control, compositions, value study and drawing.  

Painting With Terry Lynn AM (Ages 16+)
Painting With Terry Lynn PM (Ages 16+)
Painting With Terry Lynn Studio (Ages 16+)

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Getting your Art Into the Retail Environments Workshop

September 20th
6:30PM – 9:00PM  

Demystifying Wholesale for Artists & Makers will discuss transforming
your art into a product line, defining your audience, marketing materials,
pricing, and how to find, approach, and keep retailers. This introductory
workshop will benefit visual artists, crafters, and makers interested in
turning their art into products. It’s encouraged to bring samples and/or
photos of your work.  

This class is part of an online series. Sign up for individual, or all three.
All classes will take place via Zoom.   

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Embroidery for Beginners (Ages 14+)  

3 Thursdays
September 21st – October 5th
6:30PM – 8:30PM
This workshop will help those who know basic stitches and have done
embroidery kits to create their own embroidery design this time!  

Using hoops we can either sketch the drawing first on their embroidery
sheet or bring in clothing to do free hand embroidery on. Instructor/
Artists, Case Scott will help you with ideas, and challenges you have
related to sketching and give guidance on stitch choices.  

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Art Seekers: 7th – 12th Grades  

September 22nd
2:00PM – 3:30PM  

New and Improved day-time Art classes!  

Whether your child is home-schooled, and online learner, or simply on a school
break, join us for these monthly, age appropriate art classes. Students will dis-
cover and practice with different mediums, learn about a variety of styles and
have fun creating with their peers!  

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Hula Dance (Ages 10+)  

September 22nd
5:15PM – 6:15PM  

Marliss’ classes include basic instruction in the style of Hawaiian, Tahitian,
Maori and Samoan including mastering performance dances and songs.

Students ages 3 – 9 practice from 4:30-5:15 p.m.
Students 10 and older practice from 5:15 – 6:15 p.m.

Performances are held around the community 3-4 times a year. Costumes are
required at a minimal cost.  

4:30PM – 5:15PM Class Click Here to Register
5:15PM – 6:15PM Class Click Here to Register

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Storm Stories: A Juried Exhibition  

In the Gallery September 1-30 • Soft Opening Reception: Sept 1, 5-7pm •
This free event will include beverages.  

Closing reception: September 28, 5-7pm • This free event will include light bites by Jayne Baker
and refreshments. Join us to honor and memorialize the one year anniversary of Hurricane Ian making landfall.  

Our September Gallery is a year in the making. This Juried Exhibition is in conjunction with the oral history
project, Storm Stories. We created this project in the wake of Hurricane Ian. We saw a great need for healing
in our community after the devastating storm. By collecting stories of people’s experiences during the storm
and by asking local artists to use their experiences to create art, we hope to help our community find beauty
and begin the process of healing.  

Theatre Gallery Artist: Hope: The Others Side of Hurricane Ian shows how the deadly storm united people
in the one thing that couldn’t be destroyed. Hope. Families, friends and volunteers across Southwest Florida
met moments of hurt with hopeful acts of caring. Nonprofits, businesses and government agencies provided
vital resources and infrastructure repairs. These compelling moments captured in pictures, reflect the endured
hurt and shared determination of people — to keep hope alive.  

In the Member’s Gallery: Tamara Culp and Jodi Enders  

In the Theatre: For those of us who live at the shoreline by Sasha Wortzel  

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