Ward off the "Winter is Coming Blues" by Firing Up Your Creativity Kiln!

Fall Courses Still Available for Registration at the KIA Kirk Newman Art School!

Posted: October 19, 2009
Source: Farrell Howe
Job Title: Marketing Coordinator
Department: Developoment
Phone: (269) 349-7775
Email: farrellh@kiarts.org

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
October 19, 2009

Ward off the "Winter is Coming Blues" by Firing Up Your Creativity Kiln!
Fall Courses Still Available for Registration at the KIA Kirk Newman Art School!

Kalamazoo, MI Monday, October 19, 2009 - Have you ever watched a leaf fall off a tree, and slowly spiral down to rest on a frost-tipped lawn and thought it would make a great photo, or painting, or design pattern for stained-glass? Or have the signs of fall left you with an early case of the winter blues?

Ward them off by firing up your creativity kiln at the Kirk Newman Art School! The following classes are still open for registration:

Holiday Kiln-fired Glass Workshop: Impress your friends and family with hand-made ornaments or other holiday-inspired glass fare!

Cartooning with Dave Coverly: Does your child aspire to be the next Dave Coverly, the award-winning cartoonist of nationally syndicated Speed Bump fame? Sign them up for this workshop designed for grades 3-12.

Rug Hooking Workshop: Save the expense of a trip to India, and learn the fundamentals of gorgeous rug making!

Parent/Child Glass Workshop: Fuse a solid relationship with your child as you create beautiful glass pieces as a team!

Teen Glass Fusing Workshop: Teens are invited to try their hand at fusing glass to form one-of-a-kind art!

Children's Winter Break: Keep your child active and entertained during winter break as they explore a variety of art mediums!

Detailed information, pricing and registration information may be found at www.kiarts.org.

For more information and to register, please contact the school secretary at (269) 349-7775 Ext. 3101, send an email to barbs@kiarts.org or visit the Kalamazoo Institute of Arts reception desk and ask for a school program guide.

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