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Art Class: Painting & Poetry with Joa & Kelly

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Date/Time
Date(s) - 05/27/2024 - 05/31/2024
9:00 am - 1:00 pm

Location
Yosemite Valley Happy Isles Art and Culture Center

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Art Class: Painting & Poetry with Joa & Kelly

Program dates: May 27 through May 31

Location: Happy Isles Art and Nature Center (Shuttle Stop 16). All workshops will be held outside, weather permitting.

Time: 9:00 AM – 1:00 PM, Monday through Friday.

Please arrive between 8:30 AM  and 8:45 AM. Please build in extra time if taking the shuttle or walking from the parking lot.

Join artists and poets Joa Suorez and Kelly Lee for this creative art class, which you’ll spend translating your experience of a spring day in Yosemite into an original watercolor painting and poem. In addition to learning the basics of plein air watercolor painting — including tips on sketching, color mixing and composition — you’ll read a selection of poetry inspired by the Sierra Nevada and compose your own poem. With an emphasis on helping you honor and hone your unique approach, this workshop welcomes experimentation and playfulness, and it is open to artists and poets of all levels.

Experience level: Little to no experience required, ages 12+. All participants under the age of 18 must be accompanied by an adult.

Registration fee: $20 per day per visitor. Advanced registration encouraged. Walk-up registration available as space allows.

Registration: https://yosemite.org/event/painting-poetry-with-joa-kelly/

Financial Aid: For those with a genuine need of financial assistance to enable their participation in an art class, please email art@yosemite.org.

Materials: Supplies for this class are not included in the registration fee. You will have the option to rent a watercolor kit for $20, or purchase or bring your own art supplies. All rentals and purchases benefit the park! These essentials are available free of charge: stool, hardboard, water cup and paper towels.

Lodging arrangements are the responsibility of participants.

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