Artistic Activities at Cupertino Library This Summer











 
Summer Reading is almost here! Encouraging everyone to read lots of books is the heart of what we do. What you read, and where and when you read it is completely your choice. Want to try some new authors and genres? Ask the nearest librarian for recommendations.
    
In addition to finding great new reads, 2017 will be an active summer for aspiring adult and teen artists at Cupertino Library. No artistic experience will be required. Just bring your enthusiasm and willingness to learn. If you are eighteen and older, you are eligible for the adult programs.
 
Paint Night for Adults. Wednesday, June 7th at 7 pm 
Instructor:   Paul Loughridge Location: Cupertino Ground Floor Story Room.
Learn how much fun it can be to create your own original painting with Paul’s help. In Paul’s own words: “I infuse my painting parties with equal parts creativity and comedy...guaranteed!”
All art materials will be provided. Space is limited and registration is required. 
Registration opens Wednesday, May 24 at 10 am.tinyurl.com/SCCL-PAINT

 

Paul Loughridge returns for a Teen Paint Party on Friday, July 14 from 2-4 pm. Location: Cupertino Ground Floor Story Room. Registration is required and opens Monday, July 10 at 10:00 am. tinyurl.com/SCCL-TEENPAINT

 

Zentangle Class for Adults

Instructor: Nancy Domnauer, CZT. (Certified Zentangle Teacher). 
Location: Cupertino Ground Floor Story Room.  Monday, July 17, 7 pm. Zentangle is a meditative art form in which students learn how to draw simple repetitive patterns combining them to make a unique art work. It’s easy to learn and do. Zentangle is relaxing, promotes creativity, and increases mental focus. 
Registration is required and opens Monday, July 3 at 10 am.tinyurl.com/SCCL-ZENTANGLE

 

Urban Sketching for Adults. Tuesdays, August 15, 22 & 29. 10:30 am—12 pm. Instructor: Suhita Shirodkar  
Location: Cupertino Ground Floor Story Room.
This three session introductory class is perfect for beginners. Over the course of three weeks, Suhita will help you build your observation and drawing skills and teach the basics of perspective. Participants will learn to draw simple architecture, and people to create complete scenes.
We will work mainly in graphite and watercolor, but you are welcome to bring in other simple mediums you may want to work in. Please bring a small blank sketchbook with you for notes and small studies. 
Registration is required and opens Tuesday, August 1 at 10 am. Please register only once per participant. We will consider you registered for all three sessions.
tinyurl.com/SCCL-URBAN

 

 

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