OPTION #1 – You can now register and pay online below and, if need be, apply for scholarships here.
OPTION #4 – Call the office at 207 338-2222, register/pay with a credit card.
OPTION #2 – Print and fill in the registration form and mail along with your check or credit card payment
OPTION #4 – Stop by to register and pay. Office is at Waterfall Arts 256 High Street in Belfast. Office hours – Tue – Fri 10 am to 5 pm.
Please try to register no later than one week prior to the first meeting of the class. All classes have minimum and maximum enrollment thresholds, so early registration will improve the chances of a class running and of your slot in it!
We look forward to seeing you at Waterfall Arts!
Any questions, please call the office at 207.338.2222 or contact us via e-mail at: firstname.lastname@example.org
For many years, nature journals have allowed people to identify and keep a record of their unique connection to the natural world. By including elements such as sketches, comics, collage, poetry, and prose, the creative opportunities of keeping a nature journal are as rich as what the outdoors offer as inspiration. Celebrate Earth Day with this single-day workshop, where you’ll learn the basics of keeping a nature journal, explore the local landscape as you begin journaling, and then use your early entries to develop additional creative work.
Tyson has been captivated by comics, participating in alternative education, conducting interviews, and investigating issues of community and engagement since 2012. He has been coordinating development and community events since 2009 and has taught and facilitated workshops since 2007.
His visual narrative work is fueled by philosophy, folktales, myths, and boyhood nostalgia, its intentions a balance of academic and silly. Projects include fantasy folktale adventures, comic essays exploring audience and comics culture, and illustrated interview series. His collaborative work trends toward the documentary by pairing interviews with illustrations.
Additionally, Tyson has coordinated a number of events and initiatives, including 500-teacher professional development events, local art walks, and farmers’ markets. He has led workshops and artist study groups both in-person and online, and he works with children, teens, and adults.
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