Classes are led by professionals in the field who use the Museum’s exhibitions and collection as a catalyst for exploring and creating works of art.
Class meets Saturdays, October 28, November 4, and 11 from 2-4pm. This class is an opportunity to explore the watercolor medium with a focus on masking methods to produce a rich and complex design. After viewing the exhibit Mexico and the Charleston Renaissance, we will focus on the play of p...LEARN MORE
Join us on Día de los Muertos for a celebration of Mexican culture while creating vibrant sugar skulls. Traditionally, these edible sculptures are used as offerings alongside other delicacies in decorative altars. Kelly Wilson, Pastry chef from the Culinary Institute of Charleston, will demon...LEARN MORE
Class meets for two sessions on Tuesday and Wednesday, November 7-8 from 10am-4pm.This class will explore using glazing techniques to create strong luminous hues through layering colors. Taught by Peggy Ellis of Reinert Fine Art Gallery. Visit her website...LEARN MORE
Class meets for three sessions on Thursday, November 9, Tuesday November 14, and Thursday, November 16 from 10am-1pm. For intermediate level students who are working to develop their own personal style and approach to painting in oils. Working methods and color understanding will be explored....LEARN MORE