Using traditional hand-drawn techniques and materials, as well as our digital lab, students will create their own imaginative comic strips. We’ll explore how different panels and shots can be used to make fun and creative … Continue reading "Comics – Ages 10-14 with Nicci Aguiar"
Chalk pastels are one of the most fun, fast, and forgiving mediums to work with. In this 8 week class Jenna will be sharing her love for pastels and teaching students basic concepts and techniques … Continue reading "Teen Pastels- Ages 14-18 with Jenna Darkow"
The Dreamland is pleased to present a new digital restoration of Sergey Bondarchuk’s seven-hour-plus adaptation of Tolstoy’s magnificent novel. Winner of the 1969 Oscar for Best Foreign Language Film, Bondarchuk’s War and Peace sets the … Continue reading "Special Screening: War and Peace Pt. 2, Natasha Rostova"
All levels welcome. Explore the potter’s wheel in this challenging, but fun, class. Taylor will demonstrate all of the basic steps needed to create your own functional vessels on the pottery wheel. Wedging, centering, and … Continue reading "Wheelthrowing with Taylor Cullen"
Janie Hobson Dupont offers a mixed bag of iPhone and iPad tricks and tips that will allow you to get the most from your smart phone. Janie will cover phone settings that allow you to … Continue reading "Class: Janie Hobson Dupont, iPhone Mixed Bag"
For Relatives raising grandchildren, nieces, nephews, cousins. If you are raising your grandchildren, nieces, nephews, cousins, or your siblings, you are not alone. This group can provide information and resources, as well as support. Join … Continue reading "Grandparents Raising Grandchildren"
Join us as we learn to carve a simple block (soft carving material not wood) and discover the joys of making patterns with simple lines and shapes. We will make gift tags and small gift … Continue reading "Mixed Media Class: Simple Block-Printed Gift Tags & Enclosures"
NHA members are invited to join Nantucket Historical Association staff for a behind-the-scenes look at the collections with Amelia Holmes, associate director of the Research Library. Coffee and light refreshments will be served. RSVP: 508-228-1894, … Continue reading "Member Morning at the Research Library"
Explore the pottery wheel in this fun and messy class! Beginners will explore the basics, while more advanced students will explore more challenging techniques.
Students will explore various sculpture and hand-building techniques to create fun and unique pieces of art inspired by art history, nature, and their own imagination.
Don’t miss the opening pop of Champagne and raise your glass to toast The 23rd Annual Nantucket Wine and Food Festival! Join us for the Welcome Reception at The White Elephant on Wednesday evening to … Continue reading "Nantucket Wine & Food Welcome Reception"
The Writer’s ToolBox is a fun, stress-free way to work on your writing in a supportive atmosphere. Each session will focus on an aspect of writing and writers of all genres and levels are welcome. … Continue reading "The Writer’s ToolBox: Where Are We? How Place Enhances The Story"
The United States Bill of Rights comprises the first ten amendments to the United States Constitution which spell out Americans’ rights in relation to their government. The Bill of Rights guarantees civil rights and liberties … Continue reading "Class: Peter Panchy, The Bill of Rights In America Today"
Knitting and crocheting is a textual art form with a broad array of styles and techniques. The Nantucket Atheneum hosts a knitting and crocheting group year round. This circle of needlery comrades continues the ancient … Continue reading "Knitting and Crocheting Circle"