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CARPENTER'S BARN - Classes & Workshops

Classes at Carpenter's Barn:

CazArts is offering four sessions of classes a year and a summer session.

CazArts COVID Policy (updated 07JUN2022)


WORKSHOPS & CLASSES STARTING IN OCTOBER

Gelatin Plate Prints & Notecards in Time for the Holidays - Jean Henry - REGISTRATION CLOSED     REGISTER NOW
HALF-DAY WORKSHOP
NOTE: You can email lizluriecb@gmail.com if you want to be waitlisted.
Times/Dates: Saturday, October 8th, 1:00-4:00pm
Ages: Adults and teens 12 and up
Cost: $40.00 plus $15.00 materials fee
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Get ready for the holidays by making your own personalized gift cards!

In this workshop, you will use gelatin plate printing to make botanical prints note cards. Weeds are going to be this season’s new favorite art tool! Create your own notecards for the holidays and special occasions! We will be using a gelatin printing plate and botanicals from your garden or from the roadside. Each print will be unique to you.

Gelatin printing is a monotype printing process that uses a soft flexible surface as a plate. Thin layers of paint or ink are applied to the plate’s surface and images are created from layering stencils or masks laid over the wet paint. We’ll be using leaves, flowers, ferns, etc. as our masks and stencils. String, yarn and mesh vegetable bags are fun to include too. There's no limit to what can be used to make a print - even the bottoms of your sneakers!

The $15.00 materials fee for this class includes a gelatin plate you can take home to make more prints, notecards and envelopes.

The Art Barn furnishes brayers for your use during the workshop and 8 basic colors of student grade acrylic paint. You may bring your own paints too - metallic, color shift paints, etc. And, of course, your beautiful plant matter!

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ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR/TEACHER:
Jean Henry grew up amongst a large creative family of artists, painters, quilters, and woodworkers and they nurtured her curiosity of why and how things interact with each other. She graduated from Syracuse University School of Design with a BFA and MA in Design. After many years in the graphic arts industry, she returned to her artistic roots making art to wear clothing and accessories. For fourteen years she shared those talents teaching in the Syracuse University Fashion Design Department. As a mixed media artist, she utilizes fiber, paint, wood, metals, embroidery, beads and whatever bits and bobs strike her fancy. After starting life in the Chittenango NY studio, Jean’s creations have found new homes all over the globe.

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Drum Circle for All - Jimbo Talbot - REGISTRATION CLOSED     REGISTER NOW
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Times/Dates/Location: Friday, October 14th, 6:30-8:00pm**, at Carpenter's Barn
Ages: Adults and families
Cost: $10.00 for individuals, $20.00 for family of 2 or more
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Also see previous and future sessions of this workshop. Please register for each session separately.

**If you are a beginner come at 6:15pm for basic play instruction.

This drum circle is for drummers looking to learn the basics, develop their playing skills  or just enjoy playing. All levels welcome ! Come be a part of this drum community in a supportive, fun, healing, and joyful environment. All ages , and abilities are welcome and no experience necessary.

Bring your own favorite drum, acoustic instruments (electric with prior approval). Drums and percussion are available should you not bring your own. Rain or shine we will either be in the barn or outside under the summer evening skies, Join us!

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ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR/TEACHER:
Jimbo Talbot
, founder of DrumQuest: Adventures in Happy, Healing Rhythm and Sound, is a Drum Circle Facilitator, graduate of Ithaca College School of Music and Music for People, Remo Health Rhythms® practitioner, sound therapist, acclaimed vocalist/percussionist, team builder, workshop presenter. Jimbo embodies a deep passion for helping people to discover their Musical Joy! Rooted in traditional rhythms, trained in classical voice and inspired by the cosmos, he brings his own unique brand of energetic fun and healing to each session. Plan your next rhythmic adventure, go to www.drumquest.com.

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Papier-mache Mask Making & Theater Improv - Barbara Gregson - REGISTRATION CLOSED     REGISTER NOW
2-DAY WORKSHOP - SATURDAY/SUNDAY
Times/Dates: Saturday & Sunday, 1:00-5:00pm, October 22nd and 23rd
Ages: 15 yr to adult and children 10-14 accompanied by an adult
Cost: $60.00 (adult with 10-14 year old) and $40.00 (for ages 15 to adult)
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In this workshop you will learn to make a papier-mâché mask from a plaster cast of your face. Everyone will go home with a finished painted papier-mâché mask and a plaster cast which you can make many masks from in the future. Use the plaster cast to make masks for theater productions or Halloween for many years to come!  Barbara Gregson will guide improvisations on how these masks are used in theater productions.

 Saturday, Day 1 - we will make a plaster cast of your face, using plaster strips. Two people will work on one person’s face at a time.  Each plaster cast takes about 15 mins to make). Once the casts are made, you will make the papier mâché mask within the cast, making a neutral mask of your face or you can make a character mask which you will make on the outside of your cast.

Sunday, Day 2 - you will remove your mask from the cast, paint it and finish it. While it is drying, you will learn about how to wear and utilize a theater mask in a performance creating mask improvisations.

What to bring to the workshop:

  • artist smock or clothing that you can get paint on
  • towel to drape on your shoulders during the plaster process
  • something to hold your hair back during the plaster process such as hairpins, a hairnet or shower cap
  • Vaseline (one jar per family or individual), to put on your face before the plaster strips)
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ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR/TEACHER:
Barbara L. Gregson is a theater artist. storyteller, director and author of “Theater Artists Play, a guide for creating and making your own theater work.” She brings the ancient theater traditions of Renaissance mask making, mime, and storytelling techniques of the roving troubadour and jester to modern audiences. She works throughout Pennsylvania and the Southern Tier with students of all ages and abilities. in schools, prisons and senior centers, etc., directing theater residencies and workshops, which always culminate in original student production, written and performed by the students. For more information go to https://gregson.theater/

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Figure Drawing (open drawing session)
If you are interested in figure drawing with a live model (no instruction, just for practice), please email lizluriecb@gmail.com.

Drum Circle for All - Jimbo Talbot - REGISTRATION CLOSED     REGISTER NOW
EVENING WORKSHOP
Times/Dates/Location: Friday, October 28th, 6:30-8:00pm**, at Carpenter's Barn
Ages: Adults and families
Cost: $10.00 for individuals, $20.00 for family of 2 or more
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Also see previous and future sessions of this workshop. Please register for each session separately.

**If you are a beginner come at 6:15pm for basic play instruction.

This drum circle is for drummers looking to learn the basics, develop their playing skills  or just enjoy playing. All levels welcome ! Come be a part of this drum community in a supportive, fun, healing, and joyful environment. All ages , and abilities are welcome and no experience necessary.

Bring your own favorite drum, acoustic instruments (electric with prior approval). Drums and percussion are available should you not bring your own. Rain or shine we will either be in the barn or outside under the summer evening skies, Join us!

drumming

ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR/TEACHER:
Jimbo Talbot
, founder of DrumQuest: Adventures in Happy, Healing Rhythm and Sound, is a Drum Circle Facilitator, graduate of Ithaca College School of Music and Music for People, Remo Health Rhythms® practitioner, sound therapist, acclaimed vocalist/percussionist, team builder, workshop presenter. Jimbo embodies a deep passion for helping people to discover their Musical Joy! Rooted in traditional rhythms, trained in classical voice and inspired by the cosmos, he brings his own unique brand of energetic fun and healing to each session. Plan your next rhythmic adventure, go to www.drumquest.com.

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WORKSHOPS & CLASSES STARTING IN NOVEMBER & DECEMBER

Watercolor Portraits - Judy Levins - REGISTRATION CLOSED     REGISTER NOW
4-WEEK CLASS - MONDAYS
Times/Dates/Location: Mondays, 9:00am-noon, November 7th, 14th, 28th and December 5th
Ages: Adults
Cost: $175.00
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This class is for experienced beginner to advanced students.

Bring your own materials; a list will be provided by teacher.

Explore watercolor through portraiture

Each week we will explore the different features that make up a face, culminating in a full portrait the final class. We will be working from reference material provided by the instructor. A variety of watercolor techniques will be utilized to achieve desired effect. Students will learn how to control the uncontrollable medium of watercolor while learning portraiture. Basic watercolor supplies are needed, a supply list will be emailed once the class is filled.

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ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR/TEACHER:
Judy Levins
is a Cazenovia NY based watercolor artist that has been painting her world for several years. Judy paints in a bold energetic manner. She is an active member of both Cazenovia Watercolor Society and Central New York Watercolor Society where she holds Gold Medallion Signature status and serves on the Board of Directors. Judy paints en plein air twice a week with both Cazenovia Area Painters and the Mountain Air Painters in the Adirondacks. She is an award-winning watercolor artist that teaches private watercolor lessons in her home studio, teaches online classes, as well as traveling to teach watercolor workshops. She is a popular instructor whose enthusiasm for the medium is contagious. To learn more about her, visit https://www.jhlevins.com

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THEATER IMPROV - David Mihill - REGISTRATION CLOSED     REGISTER NOW
TEENS 4-WEEK CLASS - MONDAYS
Times/Dates: Mondays, 3:30-5:30pm, November 7th, 14th, 28th and December 5th
Ages: teens 14 and up!
Cost: $120.00
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In this fun course we will start with learning some basic improvisation skills and then incorporate games and exercises in which you can be whatever character you want to be! We will act out various scenes and respond in the moment, great for the beginner or more experienced actors! All skill levels welcome. There are no mistakes, Just fun!

Fun Painting

ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR/TEACHER:
David Mihill lives inEast Syracuse, NY and works in the Solvay Central School District. He graduated from Cazenovia College in 2020 with a BFA in Visual Communications. During his time in college, he served as the Vice President of the school's Improv group "Improv Anonymous". He has also performed in multiple plays and musical productions over the last ten years including a local tour of "To Kill a Mockingbird" around Northern New York and Vermont. He has also written and directed various productions.

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EXPLORING ANIMATION - David Mihill - REGISTRATION CLOSED     REGISTER NOW
KIDS 6-WEEK CLASS - TUESDAYS
Times/Dates: Tuesdays, 3:30-5:00pm, November 1st, 8th, 15th, 29th, December 6th and 13th
Ages: Kids 6 to 12 yr
Cost: $120.00
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Bring Your Favorite Characters to life!

This beginner animation class will teach students all about the basics of animation We will explore the ways of traditional animation starting with flipbooks and concluding with using classic techniques to do frame by frame animation. With these methods, students will create their very own moving animation! See your own characters in motion and see how your favorite cartoons are created!

Fun Painting

ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR/TEACHER:
David Mihill lives in the Dewitt area and is currently working as a teaching assistant at Solvay High School. He graduated from Cazenovia College in 2020 with a BFA in Visual Communications with a concentration in Ilustration/Animation. He is currently working on his Master's in Education to become a high school art teacher. On the side, he does freelance graphic design and illustration work. He enjoys creating, teaching and spending time with his family.

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TABLETOP WEAVING - Jen Pepper - REGISTRATION CLOSED     REGISTER NOW
4-WEEK CLASS - TUESDAYS
Times/Dates: Tuesdays, 6:00-9:00pm, November 1st, 8th, 15th and 29th
Ages: Adults and teens 13 or older with parent
Cost: $150.00 plus $30.00 materials fee
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Build some simple tabletop looms you can take home for the winter!

This class will introduce participants to the wonderful world of fiber. Students will learn the traditional 19th-century needle punch, rug tufting, simple looms and embellishment with fiber. Each participant will make two of their own looms to continue in the meditative joy of weaving long after our sessions together.

Fun Painting

ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR/TEACHER:
Jen Pepper is a professional artist who lives in CNY and is a professor of art at Cazenovia College since 2003. Her work has been exhibited in numerous international galleries and museums including a solo exhibition at The Everson Museum of Art in Syracuse. More of her work may be discovered at https://www.jenpepper.com/.

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FELTING GIFTS FOR THE HOLIDAYS - Becky McElheny - REGISTRATION CLOSED     REGISTER NOW
4-WEEK CLASS - WEDNESDAYS
Times/Dates: Wednesdays, 12:00 noon-2:30pm, November 2nd, 9th, 16th and 30th
Ages: Adults
Cost: $130.00 plus $30.00 materials fee
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Create felted gifts!

Join us for four weeks to make small projects for holiday gift giving. Students will enjoy blending skill sets such as needle felting, hand sewing, and wet felting to make one-of-a-kind gifts in time to be shipped. Take home items can include but not limited to coin purses, catnip embedded toys and other accessories. 

Fun Painting

ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR/TEACHER:
Becky McElheny can make something out of a pile of nothing. She got her BS in Ornamental Horticulture from Delaware Valley University in Doylestown, PA. Becky maintains a homestead in Fenner where she raises cows, rabbits, food, flowers and recycles every bit of fabric into a new creation. From Becky, " Textiles have always held my fascination. They tell a story. Gram's quilts kept me warm. Mom's crocheted doll clothes made my Barbies look so fashionable. The 4-H sewing club fostered clothing construction skills in me as a teen. I found knitting and felting as a young mother, now I am enamored with cutting up felted clothing for new projects. Wool Rules!!"

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Fashion Design - Claudia Gervais and Jean Henry - REGISTRATION CLOSED     REGISTER NOW
TEENS 6-WEEK CLASS - WEDNESDAYS
Times/Dates: Wednesdays, 3:30-5:30pm, November 2nd, 9th, 16th, 30th, December 7th and 14th
Ages: teens 12 and up
Cost: $150.00 plus $15.00 materials fee
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Design your own outfits!!!

Bring some fashion and/or other magazines for tear sheets for color and inspiration!

FashionThis interactive class will start with introducing students to the initial, basic steps of fashion design by learning to keep an ongoing sketch book, developing a mood/inspiration board and discuss fashion seasons, color, and fabrics for the varied markets (sportswear, active wear, sleep wear, etc.)

Students will learn basic sketching techniques to help put their ideas on a fashion figure. They will learn how to make a final story board with a series of sketches, fabric swatches and color stories appropriate for their chosen market or designs.

This will be a fun class of interactive discussion about fashion and sketching techniques to express your designs. And you don't have to be an artist!

ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR/TEACHER:
Claudia Gervais graduated from the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York City and worked as assistant designer for Bill Blass at Royal Robes. While raising her family she designed custom couture, bridal and special occasion wear. She taught in the fashion programs at Cazenovia College for 4 years and Syracuse University for 9 years.

Jean Henry grew up amongst a large creative family of artists, painters, quilters and woodworkers and they nurtured her curiosity of why and how things interact with each other. She graduated from Syracuse University School of Design with a BFA and MA in Design. After many years in the graphic arts industry, she returned to her artistic roots making art to wear clothing and accessories. For fourteen years she shared those talents teaching in the Syracuse University Fashion Design Department. As a mixed media artist, she utilizes fiber, paint, wood, metals, embroidery, beads and whatever bits and bobs strike her fancy. After starting life in the Chittenango NY studio, Jean’s creations have found new homes all over the globe. 

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DRAWING - Claire Joyce - REGISTRATION CLOSED     REGISTER NOW
6-WEEK CLASS - WEDNESDAYS
Times/Dates: Wednesdays, 6:30-9:00pm, November 2nd, 9th, 16th, 30th, December 7th and 14th
Ages: Adults
Cost: $150.00
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Improve your drawing knowledge and expand your skills!

This six week drawing class is for all skill levels . I will help you improve upon existing skills or help you begin to understand observational drawing. Each week we will explore different aspects of observational drawing using a variety of materials and techniques. This class will help students use contour, value, negative space, and compositional rules to improve how they translate what they see onto paper. 

Fun Painting

ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR/TEACHER:
Claire Joyce is an artist who utilizes many techniques! She received her BFA in Printmaking from the Kansas City Art Institute, and an MFA in Painting from University of Georgia where she perfected a method of "painting" using Elmer's glue and glitter. She was artistic director at Paul Mesner Puppets where she built puppets and sets. Claire has written online columns for both ReadyMade Magazine and CRAFT, and has built and designed costumes and puppets for the stage as well as maintained a studio life working in two dimensions. In addition to participating in residencies within the United States, Belgium and China, her work has been shown both nationally and internationally. She currently lives in Syracuse, NY where she runs a small portrait business (www.tinytwohourportaits.com) and sews with (and for) her children.

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Painting with Acrylics - Pilar Figueira - REGISTRATION CLOSED     REGISTER NOW
5-WEEK CLASS - THURSDAYS
Times/Dates: Thursdays, 10:00am-1:00pm, November 10th, 17th, December 1st, 8th and 15th
Ages: Adults
Cost: $165.00
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Explore color, light and texture while painting with acrylics

In these classes we will enjoy the process of painting with acrylics and explore color, light, texture and composition through different subject matter such as still life, landscape (weather permitting), portrait and abstraction.

Appropriate for all skill levels, beginner to advanced. Class size is limited so the teacher can tailor it to your level.

acrylic Painting

ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR/TEACHER:
Pilar Figueira has been painting as long as she can remember. Working with oils on canvases she creates nostalgic figurative portraits. Originally a graphic designer, Pilar blended her designer skills with her painting experience bringing about a perfect marriage of her two passions. The women in her life have inspired most of her latest work. Her art has been exhibited in galleries and art museums in Houston , TX and Cazenovia, NY.
Her work can be found www.pilarfigueira.com
www.instagram.com/pilarfigurira.studio/
www.facebook.com/pilar.appleton.figueira

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GAMES TO GIVE - Emily Reger - REGISTRATION CLOSED     REGISTER NOW
KIDS 6-WEEK CLASS - THURSDAYS
Times/Dates: Thursdays, 3:30-5:30pm, November 3rd, 10th, 17th, December 1st, 8th and 15th
Ages: Kids 6-12
Cost: $110.00 plus $10.00 materials fee
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Create a game to give!

In this workshop students work to create a game. There will be examples of games on hand, chess, checkers, mancala and more to explore. Young artists will work with clay, wood, paper, wire, fabric, etc., to creatively replicate a game of their choice or make up their own game. The final product can be wrapped up to be given as a gift to a family member or friend during the holiday season.

 

Fun Painting

ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR/TEACHER:
Emily St.Clair Reger - Emily was raised in Charlotte NC. In 1994, she earned a BFA from East Carolina University with a concentration in Environmental Design. In 1995 she earned a K-12 teaching certificate in Art Education from the University of NC at Charlotte. She has taught art in public and private schools in Concord NC, Raleigh NC and Rome NY. Emily moved to Central New York in 2005. In 2008 Emily created the Art Room for Kids in Clinton NY, which is now The Art Room Project. Through this endeavor she has maintained ways to bring creative inspiration to youth programming by designing and implementing workshops and art series for elementary and middle school aged youth. Emily has worked with the Cabarrus County Parks and Recreations, The Catholic Diocese of Raleigh, The Kirkland Art Center, Munson Williams Proctor Arts Institute, The Early Learning Center at Hamilton College and The Mohawk Valley Montessori School. Emily currently lives in Erieville NY. In addition to teaching art, Emily is also a painter and enjoys capturing images using watercolor paint.

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HANDBOUND ARTIST BOOKS - Jean Henry - REGISTRATION CLOSED     REGISTER NOW
2-WEEK WORKSHOP - SATURDAYS
Times/Dates: Saturdays, 1:00-4:00pm, November 5th and 12th
Ages: Adults
Cost: $70.00 plus $15.00 materials fee
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Make some beautiful artist books for travel or gifts!

In this workshop participants will make several artist books - a simple accordion book, an Australian flat reverse piano hinge book and a 'junk' style book - great for travel mementos and gifts! The first class includes making decorative paste papers and watercolor papers for covers and end papers.

Art books

ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR/TEACHER:
Jean Henry grew up amongst a large creative family of artists, painters, quilters and woodworkers and they nurtured her curiosity of why and how things interact with each other. She graduated from Syracuse University School of Design with a BFA and MA in Design. After many years in the graphic arts industry, she returned to her artistic roots making art to wear clothing and accessories. For fourteen years she shared those talents teaching in the Syracuse University Fashion Design Department. As a mixed media artist, she utilizes fiber, paint, wood, metals, embroidery, beads and whatever bits and bobs strike her fancy. After starting life in the Chittenango NY studio, Jean’s creations have found new homes all over the globe. 

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MAKING A PAPER ORNAMENT - Jean Henry - REGISTRATION CLOSED     REGISTER NOW
1-DAY WORKSHOP - SATURDAY
Times/Dates: Saturday, 1:00-4:00pm, November 19th
Ages: Adults
Cost: $45.00 plus $5.00 materials fee
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Make decorative ornaments for holidays

In this workshop participants will make their own little paper shoes. A delicate slipper fit for a fairy
princess, a Marie Antoinette high heel or a hi-top sneaker for your favorite athlete. These decorative
ornaments can be used as table favors, to decorate packages, or even as a hanging mobile.

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ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR/TEACHER:
Jean Henry grew up amongst a large creative family of artists, painters, quilters and woodworkers and they nurtured her curiosity of why and how things interact with each other. She graduated from Syracuse University School of Design with a BFA and MA in Design. After many years in the graphic arts industry, she returned to her artistic roots making art to wear clothing and accessories. For fourteen years she shared those talents teaching in the Syracuse University Fashion Design Department. As a mixed media artist, she utilizes fiber, paint, wood, metals, embroidery, beads and whatever bits and bobs strike her fancy. After starting life in the Chittenango NY studio, Jean’s creations have found new homes all over the globe. 

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Drum Circle for All - Jimbo Talbot - REGISTRATION CLOSED     REGISTER NOW
EVENING WORKSHOP
Times/Dates/Location: Friday, November 4th, 6:30-8:00pm**, at Carpenter's Barn
Ages: Adults, kids and families (children 10 and under accompanied by an adult)
Cost: $10.00 for individuals, $20.00 for family of 2 or more
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**If you are a beginner come at 6:15pm for basic play instruction.

Learn the basics, develop existing skills or just enjoy making music in a supportive joyful environment!

This drum circle is for drummers looking to learn the basics, develop their playing skills  or just enjoy playing. All skill levels welcome ! Come be a part of this drum community in a supportive, fun, healing, and joyful environment. All ages and abilities are welcome and no experience necessary.

Bring your own favorite drum, acoustic instruments (electric with prior approval). Drums and percussion are available should you not bring your own. Rain or shine we will either be in the barn or outside under the evening skies. Join us!

drumming

ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR/TEACHER:
Jimbo Talbot
, founder of DrumQuest: Adventures in Happy, Healing Rhythm and Sound, is a Drum Circle Facilitator, graduate of Ithaca College School of Music and Music for People, Remo Health Rhythms® practitioner, sound therapist, acclaimed vocalist/percussionist, team builder, workshop presenter. Jimbo embodies a deep passion for helping people to discover their Musical Joy! Rooted in traditional rhythms, trained in classical voice and inspired by the cosmos, he brings his own unique brand of energetic fun and healing to each session. Plan your next rhythmic adventure, go to www.drumquest.com.

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EVENING WORKSHOP
Times/Dates/Location: Friday, November 18th, 6:30-8:00pm**, at Carpenter's Barn
Ages: Adults, kids and families (children 10 and under accompanied by an adult)
Cost: $10.00 for individuals, $20.00 for family of 2 or more
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**If you are a beginner come at 6:15pm for basic play instruction.

Learn the basics, develop existing skills or just enjoy making music in a supportive joyful environment!

This drum circle is for drummers looking to learn the basics, develop their playing skills  or just enjoy playing. All skill levels welcome ! Come be a part of this drum community in a supportive, fun, healing, and joyful environment. All ages , and abilities are welcome and no experience necessary.

Bring your own favorite drum, acoustic instruments (electric with prior approval). Drums and percussion are available should you not bring your own. Rain or shine we will either be in the barn or outside under the evening skies. Join us!

drumming

ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR/TEACHER:
Jimbo Talbot
, founder of DrumQuest: Adventures in Happy, Healing Rhythm and Sound, is a Drum Circle Facilitator, graduate of Ithaca College School of Music and Music for People, Remo Health Rhythms® practitioner, sound therapist, acclaimed vocalist/percussionist, team builder, workshop presenter. Jimbo embodies a deep passion for helping people to discover their Musical Joy! Rooted in traditional rhythms, trained in classical voice and inspired by the cosmos, he brings his own unique brand of energetic fun and healing to each session. Plan your next rhythmic adventure, go to www.drumquest.com.

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