Small Books, Three Ways
August 12, 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
An event every week that begins at 10:00 AM on Wednesday, repeating until August 26, 2020
SMALL BOOKS, THREE WAYS
with Amy Tingle and Maya Stein
Wednesdays on August 12, August 19, and August 26; Rain Dates: August 13, August 20, and August 27
10:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Outside at Waterfall Arts
$85 / $77 with member discount
Members receive class discounts! Check out our membership program here.
ABOUT THE CLASS: Three books, three days. This class is for you if you’re an imaginative reader who wants to play with your words, a maker who likes to experiment and try new things, or a wordsmith who wants to bind their best ideas. At the end of three classes you’ll have three completed miniature (or very small) books and you will have begun generating personal content inside their pages.
*Materials provided. Upon registration, you will receive a list of supplemental materials that you are invited to bring to the course.
Open-sided tents will be set up for physically-distanced art-making with protection from sun and rain. In event of heavy rain on either or both scheduled dates, this class will be rescheduled for the following Thursdays at same time (August 13, August 20, and August 27).
Public health and your personal safety is our top priority.
All Waterfall Arts programs in the summer of 2020 will be held outdoors and physically-distanced. If materials are provided for any program, they will be prepared at least two days in advance and packaged in individual materials kits for each participant. For programs that take pre-registrations online, students will receive advance notice of any materials they are encouraged to bring to the program, for their own use. All programs are being designed such that participants can maintain a distance of at least 6 feet from one another and from the teacher, at all times – whether seated or in movement.
For programs held outside at Waterfall Arts: Open-sided tents will be set up on the lawn to help provide protection from sun and rain. Participants are encouraged to bring their own umbrellas, large hats, or other forms of sun protection. When used, public tables and chairs will be wiped down and sanitized before and after the run of the program. Building access will be provided for participants who need to use the restroom or refill their water bottles (with our no-touch cold water dispenser). Wearing a mask is required when inside the Waterfall Arts building, and hand sanitizer is available in the building as well.
ABOUT THE INSTRUCTORS: Amy Tingle and Maya Stein are artists, writers, and the founders of The Creativity Caravan, a mobile endeavor specializing in art and creative writing classes and large-scale projects with the goal of engaging and nourishing the creative spark in communities everywhere. At the heart of their teaching and facilitating work is a commitment to guidance, support, and compassion. You can find out more about them at www.thecreativitycaravan.com
Please register using the form below.