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  • 2020: Your Year To Be Organized

    Are you overwhelmed and stressed by cluttered surroundings? Are you sick and tired of all the stuff in your life? Do you tell yourself that you need to get organized someday, but someday never comes? If you answered yes, then this class is for you. Fulfill your New Year's resolution of getting organized and get a head start in the new year by learning practical organizing tips to implement into your life. You will learn methods to declutter, organize and maximize your space. Make 2020 your year for living a clutter-free life. Eliminating your clutter will simplify your life and put you back in control!
  • Social Paint Night

    Anyone can be an artist - yes, you! No art experience is necessary to create a 16 X 20 acrylic painting on a canvas you can take home. Step by step instruction by professional artist, Tree Croyle Johnson, will guide you through the creation of the featured painting in a relaxed, welcoming atmosphere. Creativity, fun and mess-making are encouraged! The paint can stain your clothes. Aprons will be provided, but please dress accordingly. You are welcome to bring snacks and beverages. Please note: Each session will feature a different painting. A supply fee of $5 is payable to the instructor at class. Hallberg Center for the Arts is located at 5521 East Viking Blvd, Wyoming. The classroom at Hallberg Center for the Arts is not wheelchair accessible. If you require accessibility, please call (651) 982-8110 two weeks prior to the start of class and the class will be moved to a FLAS art room. January Starry Night Sky February Stained Glass Tree March Black Eyed Susans by Red Barn April Orange Sunset with Eagle
  • Handmade Stoneware

    Join us for a unique and relaxing experience hand-building a one of a kind piece of pottery. You’ll be guided through the process and correct technique of turning a flat slab of clay into a stoneware chip and dip style serving dish - approximately 8" in diameter and 3" deep. Once you’ve decorated your clay slab with stamps and textures, you will form and build the clay and into the serving dish shape so it is ready for drying. The piece will return to The LOVE of CLAY studio for two firings and glazing which we will do for you in a glaze of your choice. All materials including clay, tools, forms and decorating options will be provided for a supply fee of $20 payable to the instructor at class. Community Education will contact you within 2-3 weeks after class to pick up your platter after it is fired and glazed.
  • Painting Buddies - Ages 6-Adult

    Parent and child pairs will work together to create an acrylic painting on two canvases (grandparents/grandchildren are welcome too!). Step by step instruction from professional artist, Tree Croyle Johnson, will help ensure every painting is a masterpiece! This is a great opportunity to have fun and be creative in a friendly, welcoming atmosphere. The paint can stain your clothes. Aprons will be provided, but please dress accordingly. A supply fee of $10 per pair is payable to the instructor at class. Hallberg Center for the Arts is located at 5521 East Viking Blvd, Wyoming. The classroom at Hallberg Center for the Arts is not wheelchair accessible. If you require accessibility, please call (651) 982-8110 two weeks prior to the start of class and the class will be moved to a FLAS art room. January-Llamas February-Wolves March-Narwals April- Birch Tree
  • Painting with Acrylics

    Painting should be fun, relaxed and fulfilling; this class will help get you there by building your knowledge of basic painting skills. Acrylic painting techniques including blending, creating the illusion of depth, easy ways to correct a little accident, and learning to create your own style will be explored over three classes and then applied to a finished work of art. The medium is versatile and forgiving and instructor, Tree Croyle Johnson, will guide you through the process and teach you ways to take your painting to the next level. Several studies and one finished 16 X 20 painting will be made. The paint can stain your clothes. Aprons will be provided, but please dress accordingly. A $10 supply fee is payable to the instructor on the first night of class. Hallberg Center for the Arts is located at 5521 East Viking Blvd, Wyoming. Please note: The classroom at Hallberg Center for the Arts is not wheelchair accessible. If you require accessibility, please call (651) 982-8110 two weeks prior to the start of class and the class will be moved to a FLAS art room.
  • Paint Your Pet

    Create a unique portrait of your pet! Once you sign up for the class, email us a clear, high quality photo of your pet. The better the photo, the easier it will be to paint from. One pet per canvas, please. Any animal is possible; dog, cat, chicken, horse, or whatever creature you love. Instructor, Tree Croyle Johnson, will have a sketch of your pet outlined on a 11 X 14 canvas ready when you arrive for your class. You will be guided step-by-step through the process to help you capture the likeness of your pet. No experience is necessary. Come ready to have fun and please be advised the paint can stain your clothes. Photo must be emailed to: Janet at Jnutter@flaschools.org at least one week prior to class. You are welcome to bring snacks and beverages. A supply fee of $10 is payable to the instructor at class. Hallberg Center for the Arts is located at 5521 East Viking Blvd, Wyoming. The classroom at Hallberg Center for the Arts is not wheelchair accessible. If you require accessibility, please call (651) 982-8110 two weeks prior to the start of class and the class will be moved to a FLAS art room.
  • Burning Desire - Wood Burning Art Age 10-Adult

    Satisfy your senses of sight, smell, and touch and stimulate your creative nature. Have you ever opened a cedar chest and just wanted to crawl in and close the lid because it smelled so good? How many times have you stared up into the clouds and seen forms or figures of familiar things? These are a few of the sensations you’ll experience while doing pyrography (wood burning). Design, burn and bring home artwork to share, display or give away! You’ll get to select the piece of cedar which best fits a particular image. A supply fee of $15 per piece is payable to the instructor at class and includes all necessary tools and materials. Hallberg Center for the Arts is located at 5521 East Viking Blvd, Wyoming. The classroom at Hallberg Center for the Arts is not wheelchair accessible. If you require accessibility, please call (651) 982-8110 two weeks prior to the start of class and the class will be moved to a FLAS art room.
  • Pruning Trees and Shrubs

    Trees and shrubs are an investment that can improve the beauty of your home landscape, but require pruning and regular maintenance for a long life. Understanding tree growth habits, we’ll show why, how and when you can do corrective pruning as well as techniques to care for and prune shade trees, evergreens and fruit trees. Shrubs can often get too large, block windows or crowd sidewalks and make your yard look unkempt. Learn techniques for pruning and rejuvenating shrubs, including raspberries, to help show off the beauty of your home. This class is taught by a Master Gardener using University research-based information.
  • Mosaic Garden Dragonfly, Butterfly or Lizard

    Create a stained glass mosaic butterfly, dragonfly or lizard and add a piece of custom artwork to your home or garden! This is a thoughtful, handmade gift or a beautiful addition to your home. Instructor will prepare materials in advance but please bring an old towel and rubber gloves to class. A $25 supply fee is payable to instructor the night of class. When registering, please indicate whether you would like to make a dragonfly, a butterfly or a lizard.
  • Growing Backyard Fruit

    Would you like to grow apples, strawberries, blueberries or other fruit in your own backyard? Learn how easy it is to select fruit varieties appropriate for Minnesota; to plant, prune, and maintain the plants for health and maximum yield; and to control insects and disease to ensure a fruitful crop. We will discuss strawberries, raspberries, blueberries, apples as well as cherries, plums and honeyberries. This class is taught by a Master Gardener using University research-based information.
  • Grow Your Own Vegetables

    You'll learn how easy it is to grow your own vegetables, including tips on site selection, soil preparation, garden design and layout. You'll learn why when you plant makes a difference. We’ll discuss the essentials of disease, pest and weed control techniques, composting, how to extend your growing season and the best time to harvest. This class is taught by a Master Gardener using University research-based information. Helpful handouts and website information will be provided.
  • Making Room: Steps To Decluttering

    Are you interested in downsizing your home and simplifying your life but don’t know where to start? What do you do with all of your stuff? How do you decide what to keep and what to release? We often associate our identity with our possessions which makes it hard to let things go. Walk away from class feeling less burdened by your possessions after you learn some tips and receive support to prepare you for this journey of your life.