CCAC
Saturday, June 24, 2017
Topics > Arts, Crafts & Music


Creative Watercolor Exploration
$99.00 (1 section available)
Explore the magic of watercolors and a variety of mediums such as: Salt, Gauze, Micron Pens, Gouache with Ink and Textured spray which will produce creative techniques inspiring any artist at any level. Traditional techniques mixed with non-traditional approaches. Students will be asked to bring in above materials with choice of watercolors.

Floral Design
$79.00 (1 section available)

Students will be instructed by a professional floral designer, learning floral design concepts, color coordination of silk, dried and fresh flowers. Go home with beautiful projects such as table centerpieces, wall and door decorations, swags, wreaths, etc. This informative hands-on training course may enable you to gain entry-level employment in a floral related job. Cost of extra materials will be discussed at the first class. 


Marketing Photography
$99.00 (1 section available)
At your business, are you the one that takes most of the photos of people, events and products. Today, many businesses choose someone creative to handle the imaging tasks instead of hiring an outside photographer. This class will cover the essential basics of photography that you will need to fill that role.

Painting With Watercolor
$89.00 (1 section available)
Explore techniques that can bring watercolors to life through practice in the classroom. All skill levels are welcome. Supplies needed for the course will be discussed at the first meeting.

Sports Photography
$59.00 (1 section available)
Learn what it takes to create exciting sports images that will please parents, coaches, sports information directors and publications. Students will learn about the camera equipment, lenses, exposure and lighting to capture action photos in both indoor and outdoor venues. Students should have a DSLR with a zoom/telephoto lens.

The Art of Night Photography
$89.00 (1 section available)
There is more to night photography than meets the eye. Long exposures must be used to create an expanded moment which is seen as a single image. Explore the artistic and technical challenges of developing a sense of photographic night vision. Topics include composition; low light images; exposure techniques; alternative lighting; and the challenges of dealing with motion, changing light and weather conditions. This class is open to photographers of all levels of experience. Students must be able to control their camera exposures manually. Both film and digital cameras are welcome.

 
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