Art, Craft, Language, Literature & Music Groups and Classes
Arts & Crafts
Second & Fourth Mondays, 1pm – 3pm — Donation Requested
Expert and novice bead crafters are welcome to this creative circle. Bring the beading projects you are working on, or begin something new. Basic supplies and peer tutorials are available.
Watercolor & Drawing
Tuesdays, 10am -12pm — $12/Members, $15/Non-Members per Class
The class allows beginners to work on their basic watercolor or drawing skills. Advanced students will be given individual attention. Please contact the instructor at email@example.com if you have questions, and to receive a supply list for the class. You will work from a simple instructor created still life set up. Payment is made before the beginning of class at the second floor reception desk.
Fiber Arts Circle
Fridays, 1:30pm – 3:30pm — Donation Requested
Crochet, Knitting, Hand Sewing. All folks working in, or wanting to work in fiber crafts are welcome to visit and share expertise and inspiration. Some beginning materials are available. Depending on the project an experienced peer may be on-hand for advice.
Mondays, 1:30pm – 3:30pm — Donation Requested
Reading, discussion and viewing of plays from the rich Shakespearian canon. The time is structured to divide the work by character/part and casually perform the play while reading around the table—and there will be ample opportunity for considering and discussing the play and its context. And after reading either attend a staged production (when possible), or watch a video recorded version of the play. We will have copies of the preferred edition of the plays from The Folger Shakespeare Library, available for purchase. (Sessions resume January 23 to begin reading Henry IV.)
Mondays, 10am — $2/Members, $5/Non-Members
This a true beginner’s class. Bring your enthusiasm to learn and speak. Materials are provided.
French Language Class
Tuesdays, 10am — $2/Members, $5/Non-Members
Parlez-Vous Francais? This class encourages you to increase your knowledge of French language, culture, and literature. In this relaxed environment students learn at their own pace. The class works with grammar and vocabulary. And there are elected readings in French.
Wednesdays, 11:30am – 12:45 — $2/Members, $5/Non-Members
An introduction to Italian Language and Culture, through reading and discussion. The group is intermediate level, but reviewing material appropriate for beginners. The class uses Italian Made Simple: Revised and Updated by Cristina Mazzoni.
Introduction To Musical Theater Performance
Seattle Rep Public Works, Instructor Danny Kam
Wednesdays, 1pm – 2pm (Winter Session: January 11 – March 22) — No Cost
For folks of all experiences, this weekly workshop explores all aspects of musical theatre – from structure and storytelling, to singing and simple staging. Join a supportive community and professional teaching artist for a weekly song break. Drop-ins welcome.