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Youth Pottery Class (Grades 4-12) with Dino Pfaff

This 6 week class will teach your child the basics of wheel-throwing functional pottery. Bowls and cylindrical forms will be explored as well as trimming and glaze techniques. This class is an energetic and fun way for your child to gain knowledge of this historical technique of throwing clay to make something useful.

When: Tuesdays, January 22 - February 26, 2019
Time: 4:00pm - 5:30pm
Where: Wheel Room
Cost: $55 plus $10 supply fee (Included clay, glazes and firings.)
Instructors: Dino Pfaff
Class Size: Minimum 5, Maximum 10

(Inquire about scholarships at the Front Desk when you register.)

Instructor: Dino Pfaff
Dino Pfaff has 30 years of K-12 art teaching experience in multiple mediums here in the great state of Montana. His love and skill for pottery is evident in his teach style and works of art. He has been teaching pottery classes here at the Paris Gibson Museum of Art for 4 years.


Homeschool Youth Pottery (Grades 4-12) with Dino Pfaff

This 6 week class will teach your child the basics of wheel throwing of functional pottery. Bowls and cylindrical forms will be explored as well as trimming and glaze techniques. This class is an energetic and fun way for your child to gain knowledge of this historical technique of throwing clay to make something useful.

When: Fridays, January 25 - March 1, 2019
Time: 10:30am - 12:00pm
Where: Room 17/19
Cost: $55 plus $10 supply fee (Included clay, glazes and firings.)
Instructors: Dino Pfaff
Class Size: Minimum 5, Maximum 10

(Inquire about scholarships at the Front Desk when you register.)

Register through Coya Williams (Homeschool Coordinator) by calling 605-484-1537 or email at cjwsbg@gmail.com
Instructor: Dino Pfaff
Dino Pfaff has 30 years of K-12 art teaching experience in multiple mediums here in the great state of Montana. His love and skill for pottery is evident in his teach style and works of art. He has been teaching pottery classes here at the Paris Gibson Museum of Art for 4 years.


Parent and Child Ceramic Workshops with Dino Pfaff

(Youth 7yrs old and up)

This 4 week class will give the opportunity for a parent and child/children to work together with the wheel throwing process. You will learn throwing fundamentals for creating functional pottery. Bowls and cylindrical forms will be explored, as well as, trimming and glaze techniques. This class is an energetic and fun way for your family to gain knowledge of this historical technique of throwing clay to make something useful.

When: Saturdays, January 26 - February 16, 2019
Time: 1:00pm - 3:00pm
Where: Wheel Room
Cost: $60 for one parent and one child. $5 for each additional participant. (Includes clay, glaze and firings.)
Instructors: Dino Pfaff
Class Size: Minimum 5, Maximum 10

(Inquire about scholarships at the Front Desk when you register.)

Instructor: Dino Pfaff
Dino Pfaff has 30 years of K-12 art teaching experience in multiple mediums here in the great state of Montana. His love and skill for pottery is evident in his teach style and works of art. He has been teaching pottery classes here at the Paris Gibson Museum of Art for 4 years.


Homeschool Pottery Parent and Child Workshop with Dino Pfaff

This 6 week class will give the opportunity for parent and child/children to work together with the wheel throwing process. You will learn throwing fundamentals for creating functional pottery. Bowls and cylindrical forms will be explored as well as trimming and glaze techniques. This class is an energetic and fun way for your family to gain knowledge of this historical technique of throwing clay to make something useful.

When: Thursdays, January 24 - February 28, 2019
Time: 10:30am - 12:00pm
Where: Wheel Room
Cost: $60 for one parent and one child. $10 for each additional child (includes supplies and firings)
Instructors: Dino Pfaff
Class Size: Minimum 5, Maximum 10

(Inquire about scholarships at the Front Desk when you register.)

Register through Coya Williams (Homeschool Coordinator) by calling 605-484-1537 or email at cjwsbg@gmail.com
Instructor: Dino Pfaff
Dino Pfaff has 30 years of K-12 art teaching experience in multiple mediums here in the great state of Montana. His love and skill for pottery is evident in his teach style and works of art. He has been teaching pottery classes here at the Paris Gibson Museum of Art for 4 years.


Youth Print-Making (Grades 4-12) with Margie Shindele

This 6 week class will teach your child multiple print-making techniques such as: mono-printing, block printing, and how to use the printing press. Students will also have an opportunity to view the multiple galleries here in the museum and see other artists that make in the print-making style. This class is an energetic and fun way for your child to gain knowledge of historical techniques and create their own prints.

When: Mondays, February 4 - March 18, 2019 (No class on Presidents Day, Feb 18.)
Time: 4:00pm - 5:30pm
Where: Room 18
Cost: $55 plus $10 supply fee
Instructors: Margi Schindele
Class Size: Minimum 5, Maximum 10

(Inquire about scholarships at the Front Desk when you register.)

Instructor: Margi Schindele
Margi Schindele studied art at CAL State University in Long Beach California. She puts her thoughts and feelings down on paper, through the art of Print-Making. Mark-making is an expression of freedom which resonates with her. To be able to make multiples and additions is rewarding and she looks forward to sharing her technical skills with her students, while using the printing press.


Youth Watercolor Class (Grades 3-8) with Ashleigh McCann

This 6 week class introducing you to the basics of Watercolor. Working from still-lifes, imagination and collaborative ideas, students will explore color theory and multiple techniques including flat washes, gradients and drawing skills. Come be a part of this opportunity to learn the art of watercolor in a fun and relaxed environment.

When: Mondays, January 21 - March 4, 2019 (No class on Presidents Day, Feb 18.)
Time: 4:00pm - 5:30pm
Where: 10A
Cost: $55 plus $15 supply fee (Includes watercolors, paper and pencils for each class)
Instructors: Ashleigh McCann
Class Size: Minimum 5, Maximum 10

(Inquire about scholarships at the Front Desk when you register.)

Instructor: Ashleigh McCann
Ashleigh McCann is a Great Falls native whose work is meticulous and meditative, a practice of creating and then responding mindfully, over and over again until the image is resolved. Ashleigh finds that allowing the most spontaneous and unexpected marks to direct the image strengthens her work. With imagery Ashleigh is learning to let go of her control and to move unburdened. Ashleigh not only works in abstraction, but is masterfully skilled in portraiture and rendering landscapes. Ashleigh completed a 9 month residency at the Paris Gibson Square Museum of Art in 2016. Ashleigh has her BFA from BYU in Idaho. You can view her website at www.ashmccann.com.


1-Day Theatrical Make-up Class with Keely Ronish

Is your child into theatre and acting? If so, this class is a stepping stone for budding actors and actresses to learn this key aspect to theatre through the art of theatrical make-up. Good theatrical makeup is an important element of the production, because it helps set the stage, define the mood, and complement the actor’s performance. Theatrical makeup is an art in itself, some people move into this a career and some actors do their own theatrical make-up for plays and film. Students will get the opportunity to apply their own make-up after demonstrations by the instructor. If your child has sensitive skin this may not be the class for them, although all the make-up is made to be applied to the skin. Sign your child up today!

When: Saturday, February 9, 2019
Time: 1:00pm - 4:00pm
Where: Room 18
Cost: $20 plus $10 supply fee
Instructors: Keely Ronish

(Inquire about scholarships at the Front Desk when you register.)

Instructor: Keely Ronish
Keely Ronish has been involved in the world of theatre for 10 years. She has held many roles such as Little Red in Into The Woods, The production of 1776, Pilgrims Progress. She was, Jenny, in Swiss Family Robinson in which she also Co directed. Keeley produced and acted in C.S. Lewis's The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe. Her career in theater began when she was 7 were she played the "Biting Rat" in the Pied Piper. She loves sharing her passion with youth. As the founder of The Storytellers, Great Falls newest youth theatre group, she looks forward to providing the opportunity for young people to explore and participate in the world of theater in a supportive environment. Keeley believes that by empowering kids through theatre they can change the world.


Youth Improv Theatre class with Keely Ronish Ages 9-15

Kids and teens need every opportunity to be themselves and sharpen their minds. Participants will learn improvisational performance techniques and develop a quick wit while having a blast! Theatrical games will be played every class while your child builds confidence as they work with a team. Students will create their own show, “Who’s Line is it Anyway”, to be performed for friends and family on the last day of class.

When: Tuesdays, January 22 - February 26, 2019
Time: 4:00pm - 5:30pm
Where: Room 18
Cost: $55
Instructors: Keely Ronish
Class Size: Minimum 5, Maximum 15 Students

(Inquire about scholarships at the Front Desk when you register.)

Instructor: Keely Ronish
Keely Ronish has been involved in the world of theatre for 10 years. She has held many roles such as Little Red in Into The Woods, The production of 1776, Pilgrims Progress. She was, Jenny, in Swiss Family Robinson in which she also Co directed. Keeley produced and acted in C.S. Lewis's The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe. Her career in theater began when she was 7 were she played the "Biting Rat" in the Pied Piper. She loves sharing her passion with youth. As the founder of The Storytellers, Great Falls newest youth theatre group, she looks forward to providing the opportunity for young people to explore and participate in the world of theater in a supportive environment. Keeley believes that by empowering kids through theatre they can change the world.