Time & Location
Apr 09, 2022, 3:00 PM – 6:00 PM
San Jose, 1065 The Alameda, San Jose, CA 95126, USA
About the Event
It's time to show off our instructors! Not only are they great educators, but they also have lively practices of their own. We are excited to show of their work and give you an opportunity to meet them and ask any questions you might have! Have you had your eye on one of our classes, but have questions? This is a great opportunity to get familiar with your instructor and see what inspires their instruction.
Amy Hibbs is offering a series of workshops that introduce her students to the many ways they can incorporate the written word into their visual work.
Volunteer turned instructor, Charlie Kolar, teaches monthly/bi-monthly blacksmithing classes.
As co-founder of Visual Philosophy, Dana Harris Seeger has many plates spinning here, several of them being her printmaking classes. Her classes include gelli printing, monotyping, lithography printing and screen printing to name a few!
Coming this summer, Johanne Marion will be offering classes that focus around how she uses resin in her work along with acrylic paint and other media. Keep an eye out for those classes!
Keith Piccolo offers a calm and relaxing space for his students to learn watercolor and acrylic paitning. It's an no stress creative environment that his students look forward to every week.
Sara offers a series of classes focusing on drawing faces that goes over function, form and emotion. These classes span multiple weeks allowing for each topic to be thoroughly explored.
Visual Philosophy co-founder, Yori Seeger, is our go to for sculptural and 3D work. Many of his classes revolve around the hot shop where his students learn blacksmithing, welding, and woodworking skills. However, he also teaches figurative sculpting as well as mold making and metal casting.
Volunteer, turned studio artist, turned instructor, Wyatt Baxter is offering welding classes.