May 12, 2018 Angela Steen

Lecture: Polymer Clay, a History of Creative Fun

 

Angela will present an interesting lecture describing the creation of polymer clay in the 1930’s and its various uses over time.  Angela Steen was first introduced to the art of polymer clay when she was Program Director for PenWAG.  One of the monthly programs was Introduction to Polymer Clay taught by the late Nancy Banks.  Angela went on to take several technique polymer clay classes taught by local artist Deborah Anderson and Sarah Shriver from Santa Rosa, Ca.  She has also taken a number of technique classes online at ArtCraftEdu.com.  She is fearless in her curiosity to explore what you can do with polymer clay.

 

Roosevelt Room – Q-80

Free for members; $5 guests at door

 

 

Workshop:  Buttons, Beads and More Buttons

 

Students will learn several surface design and artistic techniques to make beautiful, customized polymer clay buttons for their favorite garments.  These techniques can also be used to make beads for innovative and personal work.

 

Activity Room – E-46

1:30 to 5:30 PM   4 hour workshop   

Class size: 15 students

$55 members, $70 guests