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Art0-Balloon Twisting Workshop Jun 3 Fridays 11:30-12:30pm 8 8

Ever wanted to learn how to make a dog, sword, or flower out of a balloon? You'll learn all of that and more in this weekly Balloon Twisting class at the Bullen Center in Logan, UT. Anyone ages 10 and up are invited to join! You will need to purchase and bring your own pump and package of 100 260Q balloons (about $20 total). Taught by Alek Nelson. Note: We will be using latex balloons. ​ You will need to purchase and bring your own pump and package of 100 260Q balloons (about $20 total). Qualatex highly recommended. Recommended supplies: Qualatex Balloons: https://amzn.to/394wtPE or https://amzn.to/3hQTuKX Pump (other pumps are acceptable): https://amzn.to/39bQe7O You can actually find these items cheaper at Watkins Party Store.

Art1-Acrylic Pour Jun 22 Wednesday 5:30-8:30pm 15 9

For ages 12 and up. Acrylic pouring is a form of abstract art that uses acrylic paints with a runny (fluid) consistency. Layers of acrylic paint are poured into a cup, which then react with each other when combined to create organic free flowing abstract compositions. In this class you will have the opportunity to experiment with different ways to pour on 2-3 canvases. Taught by Kara Swensen. ​*Bring a large box lid or disposable metal food container to take canvases home. If you don't bring one, you can leave art on the drying rack and pick it up later.

Art2-Linoleum Print Workshop Jun 29 Wednesday 5:30-8:30pm 15 15

For ages 12 and up.  Linoleum printmaking is a method of relief printing, which involves carving a drawing into a soft linoleum block, rolling a thin layer of ink over it, and pressing paper on top to transfer the image. You will have the opportunity to carve one block and print it multiple times. Taught by Kara Swensen. Please bring a 4x6 photo or drawing that has been reversed. Have it printed on paper so it can be transferred onto the linoleum.

Art3-Watercolor Pour Jul 5-7 Tue-Thu 1-4pm 9 9

For ages 15 and up.  In this class you will learn to pour watercolors to portray light and contrast in a painting using a minimal number of colors and the use of very little direct painting with brushes and then watch as the pigments dance and mingle and have a party on paper. Taught by Kara Swensen. Please bring a small lid from a pill bottle or similar sized lid to hold masking fluid. Bring a hair dryer.

Art4-Dry Point Etching Aug 3 Wednesday 5:30-8:30pm 15 13

For ages 12 and up.  Drypoint etching is the form of engraving where lines are scratched into a piece of plexiglass with a sharp point. The scratching throws burrs up and makes a ridge similar to the ridge of earth thrown up when a plow goes through a field. We will make one etching and you will be able to make multiple prints. Taught by Kara Swensen. Please bring a 5x7 picture or drawing that has been reversed. You can it place under your plexiglass as a guide for scratching on your plexiglass.

Art5-Mylar Print Workshop Aug 10 Wed 5:30-8:30pm 15 15

For ages 12 and up.  Mylar printing is when you draw or paint on frosted Mylar and then transfer the drawing onto a board or illustration board using Elmer's glue and a Sheetrock trowel. Taught by Kara Swensen. ​Please bring a 5x7 picture or drawing that has been reversed that you can draw or trace onto the Mylar.

Art Camp 1-Africa AM Jun 20-30 Mon-Thu 9am-12pm 36 12

In-person classes in performing and visual arts for ages 5-11.  Last day to enroll: June 16.

Art Camp 1-Africa PM Jun 20-30 Mon-Thu 1-4pm 36 11

In-person classes in performing and visual arts for ages 5-11. Last day to enroll: June 16.

Art Camp 2-Asia AM Jul 11-21 Mon-Thu 9am-12pm 36 10

In-person classes in performing and visual arts for ages 5-11. Last day to enroll: July 7.

Art Camp 2-Asia PM Jul 11-21 Mon-Thu 1-4pm 36 12

In-person classes in performing and visual arts for ages 5-11. Last day to enroll: July 7.

Art Camp 3-South America AM Aug 1-11 Mon-Thu 9am-12pm 36 26

In-person classes in performing and visual arts for ages 5-11.  Last day to enroll: July 28.

Art Camp 3-South America PM Aug 1-11 Mon-Thu 1-4pm 36 16

In-person classes in performing and visual arts for ages 5-11. Last day to enroll: July 28.

Ceramics Adult Lab Mon Jun 6 Mondays 3:30-5:15pm 6 6

Only for enrolled adult students. Opportunity to have additional time to create pottery. fyi - There is no teacher present but other potters may be very helpful. June 6, 13, 27, July 18, 29 (Friday because of Pioneer Day)

Ceramics Adult Lab Wed Jun 8 Wednesdays 3:30-5:15pm 6 3

Only for enrolled adult students. Opportunity to have additional time to create pottery. fyi - There is no teacher present but other potters may be very helpful. June 8, 15, 29, July 20, 27 (glazing)

Ceramics Adult Mon 1230 Jun 6 Mondays 12:30-3:30pm 7 7

Students choose what they most wish to create hand-building or wheel throwing. Teachers investigate and teach whatever aspects of ceramics a student requests. All skill levels are welcome. Gas reduction Cone 10 firings. Great glazes! June 6, 13, 27, July 18, 29 (glazing) FRIDAY (because July 24 observance is on a Monday).  One bag of clay included.

Ceramics Adult Mon 530 Jun 6 Mondays 5:30-8:30pm 7 3

Students choose what they most wish to create hand-building or wheel throwing. Teachers investigate and teach whatever aspects of ceramics a student requests. All skill levels are welcome. Gas reduction Cone 10 firings. Great glazes! June 6, 13, 27, July 18, 29 (glazing) FRIDAY (because July 24 observance is on a Monday). One bag of clay included.

Ceramics Adult Thu 530 Jun 9 Thursdays 5:30-8:30pm 7 6

Students choose what they most wish to create hand-building or wheel throwing. Teachers investigate and teach whatever aspects of ceramics a student requests. All skill levels are welcome. Gas reduction Cone 10 firings. Great glazes! June 9, 16, 30, July 21, 28 (glazing). One bag of clay included.

Ceramics Adult Tue 1230 Jun 7 Tuesdays 12:30-3:30pm 7 6

Students choose what they most wish to create hand-building or wheel throwing. Teachers investigate and teach whatever aspects of ceramics a student requests. All skill levels are welcome. Gas reduction Cone 10 firings. Great glazes! June 7, 14, 28, July 19, 26 (glazing). One bag of clay included.

Ceramics Adult Tue 530 Jun 7 Tuesdays 5:30-8:30pm 7 7

Students choose what they most wish to create hand-building or wheel throwing. Teachers investigate and teach whatever aspects of ceramics a student requests. All skill levels are welcome. Gas reduction Cone 10 firings. Great glazes! June 7, 14, 28, July 19, 26 (glazing). One bag of clay included.

Ceramics Adult Wed 1230 Jun 8 Wednesdays 12:30-3:30pm 7 7

Students choose what they most wish to create hand-building or wheel throwing. Teachers investigate and teach whatever aspects of ceramics a student requests. All skill levels are welcome. Gas reduction Cone 10 firings. Great glazes! June 8, 15, 29, July 20, 27 (glazing). One bag of clay included.

Ceramics Adult Wed 530 Jun 8 Wednesdays 5:30-8:30pm 7 4

Students choose what they most wish to create hand-building or wheel throwing. Teachers investigate and teach whatever aspects of ceramics a student requests. All skill levels are welcome. Gas reduction Cone 10 firings. Great glazes! June 8, 15, 29, July 20, 27 (glazing). One bag of clay included.

Ceramics Camp 1 Time Travel Jun 6-8 from 9am-12pm 10 9

For ages 5-12.  The pottery camps include play with clay, art history and fun! Classes will be held outdoors as weather allows. Create you very own time machine. Choose your most favorite time period. Create pottery artwork!

Ceramics Camp 2 Geology Jun 13-15 from 9am-12pm 10 10

For ages 5-12.  The pottery camps include play with clay, art history and fun! Classes will be held outdoors as weather allows. Children will create pottery considering and implementing ideas and techniques used long ago by other cultures (Asian, Native American, ...)

Ceramics Camp 3 Math & Patterns Jun 27-29 from 9am-12pm 10 10

For ages 5-12.  The pottery camps include play with clay, art history and fun! Classes will be held outdoors as weather allows. Create beautiful patterns on the surface or forms of your pottery. Play with imaginative repeating patterns, fractals, and the Fibonacci sequence.

Ceramics Camp 4 Outer Space Jul 18-20 from 9am-12pm 10 9

For ages 5-12.  The pottery camps include play with clay, art history and fun! Classes will be held outdoors as weather allows. Create planets, UFO's, foreign life forms and "you name it" in clay.

Ceramics Camps-All Four Mon-Wed 9am-12pm 10 10

For ages 5-12.  The pottery camps include play with clay, art history and fun! Classes will be held outdoors as weather allows. Camp 1 Jun 6-8; Camp 2 Jun 13-15; Camp 3 Jun 27-29; Camp 4 Jul 18-20. Save $24.

Ceramics Teen 1230 Jun 9 Thursdays 12:30-2:30pm 10 10

For ages 9-17. Students learn about ceramic artwork and choose what they most wish to create with a focus on wheel-throwing. June 9, 16, 30, July 21, 28 (glazing)

Ceramics Teen 3pm Jun 9 Thursdays 3-5pm 10 8

For ages 9-17. Students learn about ceramic artwork and choose what they most wish to create with a focus on wheel-throwing. June 9, 16, 30, July 21, 28 (glazing)

Ceramics Teen-both teen classes Jun 9 Thursdays 12:30-2:30pm & 3-5pm 10 10

For ages 9-17. Students learn about ceramic artwork and choose what they most wish to create with a focus on wheel-throwing. June 9, 16, 30, July 21, 28 (glazing). Sign up for both and save $20.  Includes one bag of clay.

Photo1-Alternative Photographic Printing Processes Jun 14 Tuesdays 5:30-7:30pm 8 8

This class is an introduction to some of the earliest 19th century photographic processes, the Cyan-blue print, Lumen contact printing, Anthotype contact printing, and a Phytography test. As a bonus, some may have a chance to shoot a roll of 120 mm BW film & process it. These larger format negatives can be used with the Cyanotype printing process.

The Cyanotype is a 170-year-old photographic printing process that produces prints in a distinctive dark greenish blue. The word cyan comes from Greek, meaning "dark blue substance." The process was invented in 1842 by Sir John Herschel, a brilliant astronomer and scientist. A lumen print is a solar photogram - an image created on photographic paper, exposed by the sun. It was one of the first photographic processes developed by Fox Talbot in 19th century England. The anthotype is printed in the sun for a few days or several weeks. The anthotype print develops as the rays of the sun destroys the color of the pigment, bleaching the print. Each and every emulsion will need a different exposure time. Some emulsions need only a few hours to change color, some a few weeks. The Phytography enables interaction between the phytochemical properties of plants and photochemical to create an image.

This workshop is suitable for everyone, especially beginners. You will learn how to compose objects, rip paper to size, mix the chemicals, make emulsion, coat paper, and expose using a UV light/Sunlight to make your own cyanotype photograms and more. Those interested will be instructed on how to create acetate digital-like negatives. You will learn how to create a beautiful set of blue prints, experiment with Lumen & Anthotype contact printing using objects & subjects of your choice. Note: Many of your exposures will be done outside of class and one session will be scheduled earlier in the day at an agreed-upon location with good light. Taught by Maria Ellen Huebner.

Photo2-Intro to Photography Jun 23 Thursdays 7-9pm

Wanting to get into photography or maybe learn how to use your camera you have had sitting around for a few years? This class is for you. You will walk away with a better understanding of shutter speed, ISO and aperture and how they work together.  Four week class.

Photo3-Studio Lighting Workshop Jul 16 Saturday 11am-4pm

This workshop is perfect for those ready to take the next step in photography using professional studio lighting. Topics covered in this workshop are: Intro into studio lighting gear, camera setting to use, vocabulary or terms used in the studio and more. This workshop will be hands-on so participants must have a DSLR and a basic understanding of their camera.  Models and use of professional equipment included to help you build a professional portfolio.

Photo4-Lightroom (zoom) Jul 21 Thursdays 7-9pm

Let's learn to use Lightroom like a pro! We will dive into Lightroom giving you a better understanding of the layout. This class will be done over Zoom so you can have a hands-on experience from the comfort of your home. Six week class for ages 10 and up. A zoom link will be sent to your email when you enroll.

Photo5-Art & Photography Camp (age 8-13) Aug 18 & 19, 9:30-12:30pm 8 8

Children will use art-based projects to explore the nature of what a photograph is and what it can be.

Day 1: Best of Me Portrait Assignment/ Frame Making

Day 2: Mural size self portrait-cyanotypes

Parents are welcome to stay with their children or drop them off. The children's creativity and collaboration will be displayed in an art show at the Bullen Center (43 South Main) through September. Taught by Maria Ellen Huebner.