Jan
23
4:00 PM16:00

What a Relief!

Printmaking with Odette Grassi.

Thanks to a generous donation of printmaking equipment, Living Art is excited to present the first of many printmaking multi-sessions to come! Participants in What a Relief will learn the basics of relief printing from monochromatic to multi-color.

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Jan
30
4:00 PM16:00

What a Relief!

Printmaking with Odette Grassi.

Thanks to a generous donation of printmaking equipment, Living Art is excited to present the first of many printmaking multi-sessions to come! Participants in What a Relief will learn the basics of relief printing from monochromatic to multi-color.

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Feb
7
3:00 PM15:00

Putting the Pieces Together

Glass Fusing with Katie Patten.

Humans are complicated beings, and our lives are colorful combinations of many different aspects of being human. In Putting the Pieces Together, we’ll use metaphor as we combine color and shape into components that will be fused together. Participants will learn simple glass fusing techniques as we explore expressing ideas in glass.

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Feb
14
3:00 PM15:00

Putting the Pieces Together

Glass Fusing with Katie Patten.

Humans are complicated beings, and our lives are colorful combinations of many different aspects of being human. In Putting the Pieces Together, we’ll use metaphor as we combine color and shape into components that will be fused together. Participants will learn simple glass fusing techniques as we explore expressing ideas in glass.

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Feb
21
3:00 PM15:00

Putting the Pieces Together

Glass Fusing with Katie Patten.

Humans are complicated beings, and our lives are colorful combinations of many different aspects of being human. In Putting the Pieces Together, we’ll use metaphor as we combine color and shape into components that will be fused together. Participants will learn simple glass fusing techniques as we explore expressing ideas in glass.

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Feb
26
5:30 PM17:30

The Creative Process: Unmasked!

Mask Making with Tracy Pohndorf.

Ever feel like you were born without that creative gene? Or maybe your inner artist has taken a back seat to the rest of life? In this workshop we’ll explore the creative process with the familiar canvas of your own face. Participants will be guided step by step through plaster casting, surface treatment and reflective writing. If you have absolutely no idea what your mask might look like, you’re at the perfect starting point for this workshop!

Note: because of the time frame, we will be providing snacks to bridge the dinner hour in this workshop.

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Feb
28
3:00 PM15:00

Putting the Pieces Together

Glass Fusing with Katie Patten.

Humans are complicated beings, and our lives are colorful combinations of many different aspects of being human. In Putting the Pieces Together, we’ll use metaphor as we combine color and shape into components that will be fused together. Participants will learn simple glass fusing techniques as we explore expressing ideas in glass.

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Mar
5
5:30 PM17:30

The Creative Process: Unmasked!

Mask Making with Tracy Pohndorf.

Ever feel like you were born without that creative gene? Or maybe your inner artist has taken a back seat to the rest of life? In this workshop we’ll explore the creative process with the familiar canvas of your own face. Participants will be guided step by step through plaster casting, surface treatment and reflective writing. If you have absolutely no idea what your mask might look like, you’re at the perfect starting point for this workshop!

Note: because of the time frame, we will be providing snacks to bridge the dinner hour in this workshop.

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Mar
12
5:30 PM17:30

The Creative Process: Unmasked!

Mask Making with Tracy Pohndorf.

Ever feel like you were born without that creative gene? Or maybe your inner artist has taken a back seat to the rest of life? In this workshop we’ll explore the creative process with the familiar canvas of your own face. Participants will be guided step by step through plaster casting, surface treatment and reflective writing. If you have absolutely no idea what your mask might look like, you’re at the perfect starting point for this workshop!

Note: because of the time frame, we will be providing snacks to bridge the dinner hour in this workshop.

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Mar
19
5:30 PM17:30

The Creative Process: Unmasked!

Mask Making with Tracy Pohndorf.

Ever feel like you were born without that creative gene? Or maybe your inner artist has taken a back seat to the rest of life? In this workshop we’ll explore the creative process with the familiar canvas of your own face. Participants will be guided step by step through plaster casting, surface treatment and reflective writing. If you have absolutely no idea what your mask might look like, you’re at the perfect starting point for this workshop!

Note: because of the time frame, we will be providing snacks to bridge the dinner hour in this workshop.

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Jan
16
4:00 PM16:00

What a Relief!

Printmaking with Odette Grassi.

Thanks to a generous donation of printmaking equipment, Living Art is excited to present the first of many printmaking multi-sessions to come! Participants in What a Relief will learn the basics of relief printing from monochromatic to multi-color.

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Jan
9
4:00 PM16:00

What a Relief!

Printmaking with Odette Grassi.

Thanks to a generous donation of printmaking equipment, Living Art is excited to present the first of many printmaking multi-sessions to come! Participants in What a Relief will learn the basics of relief printing from monochromatic to multi-color.

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Dec
15
10:30 AM10:30

Crayon Wax Resist Artwork with Loretta Vizzutti

A Living Art of Montana drop-in Saturday workshop. Offered free of charge to adults 18+ dealing with illness or loss. No experience necessary. For questions please call 549-5329. Living Art is a place to create, share and heal.

Our workshop experience is a little different than your average art class. Living Art provides an opportunity to:

-Tap into your creativity and discover your inner artist in a comfortable and
nurturing environment
-Take a break from whatever is burdening you and experience some “you” time
-Express thoughts and feelings you might not express anywhere else
-Enjoy social connections with others experiencing difficult life challenges
-Learn new art processes with a contemplative component that help you make meaningful connections while you create.

http://livingartofmontana.org/

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Dec
1
10:30 AM10:30

A Little Keepsake Mixed Media with Odette Grassi

A Living Art of Montana drop-in Saturday workshop. Offered free of charge to adults 18+ dealing with illness or loss. No experience necessary. For questions please call 549-5329. Living Art is a place to create, share and heal.

Our workshop experience is a little different than your average art class. Living Art provides an opportunity to:

-Tap into your creativity and discover your inner artist in a comfortable and
nurturing environment
-Take a break from whatever is burdening you and experience some “you” time
-Express thoughts and feelings you might not express anywhere else
-Enjoy social connections with others experiencing difficult life challenges
-Learn new art processes with a contemplative component that help you make meaningful connections while you create.

http://livingartofmontana.org/

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Nov
20
5:30 PM17:30
CCC

Cancer, Courage & Creativity (CCC)

6 Weeks October 16, 23, 30 and November 6, 13 and 20th. 5:30pm-7:30pm, 6 Tuesdays.

Cancer, Courage & Creativity is for anyone who has heard the

words “You have cancer,” whether you’re in treatment or 10 years

out from your diagnosis. It is a closed group workshop for adults

(not a drop-in).

At Living Art we believe creativity is a resource found in everyone.

Even if you’ve never thought of yourself as an artist, Cancer,

Courage & Creativity provides a comforting, fun and engaging

way to recapture what makes you feel most alive. This 6-session

workshop introduces multiple art forms, including mask making

and writing, as tools for self-exploration. Art or writing experience is not necessary!

Call or Email Us to Register:

406-549-5329

info@livingartofmontana.org

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Nov
17
10:30 AM10:30

New Year Cut and Paste Project with Loretta Vizzutti

A Living Art of Montana drop-in Saturday workshop. Offered free of charge to adults 18+ dealing with illness or loss. No experience necessary. For questions please call 549-5329. Living Art is a place to create, share and heal.

Our workshop experience is a little different than your average art class. Living Art provides an opportunity to:

-Tap into your creativity and discover your inner artist in a comfortable and
nurturing environment
-Take a break from whatever is burdening you and experience some “you” time
-Express thoughts and feelings you might not express anywhere else
-Enjoy social connections with others experiencing difficult life challenges
-Learn new art processes with a contemplative component that help you make meaningful connections while you create.

http://livingartofmontana.org/

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Nov
13
5:30 PM17:30
CCC

Cancer, Courage & Creativity (CCC)

6 Weeks October 16, 23, 30 and November 6, 13 and 20th. 5:30pm-7:30pm, 6 Tuesdays.

Cancer, Courage & Creativity is for anyone who has heard the

words “You have cancer,” whether you’re in treatment or 10 years

out from your diagnosis. It is a closed group workshop for adults

(not a drop-in).

At Living Art we believe creativity is a resource found in everyone.

Even if you’ve never thought of yourself as an artist, Cancer,

Courage & Creativity provides a comforting, fun and engaging

way to recapture what makes you feel most alive. This 6-session

workshop introduces multiple art forms, including mask making

and writing, as tools for self-exploration. Art or writing experience is not necessary!

Call or Email Us to Register:

406-549-5329

info@livingartofmontana.org

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Nov
6
5:30 PM17:30
CCC

Cancer, Courage & Creativity (CCC)

6 Weeks October 16, 23, 30 and November 6, 13 and 20th. 5:30pm-7:30pm, 6 Tuesdays.

Cancer, Courage & Creativity is for anyone who has heard the

words “You have cancer,” whether you’re in treatment or 10 years

out from your diagnosis. It is a closed group workshop for adults

(not a drop-in).

At Living Art we believe creativity is a resource found in everyone.

Even if you’ve never thought of yourself as an artist, Cancer,

Courage & Creativity provides a comforting, fun and engaging

way to recapture what makes you feel most alive. This 6-session

workshop introduces multiple art forms, including mask making

and writing, as tools for self-exploration. Art or writing experience is not necessary!

Call or Email Us to Register:

406-549-5329

info@livingartofmontana.org

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Nov
3
10:30 AM10:30

Cracks Me Up Watercolor batik with Bobbe Almer

A Living Art of Montana drop-in Saturday workshop. Offered free of charge to adults 18+ dealing with illness or loss. No experience necessary. For questions please call 549-5329. Living Art is a place to create, share and heal.

Our workshop experience is a little different than your average art class. Living Art provides an opportunity to:

-Tap into your creativity and discover your inner artist in a comfortable and
nurturing environment
-Take a break from whatever is burdening you and experience some “you” time
-Express thoughts and feelings you might not express anywhere else
-Enjoy social connections with others experiencing difficult life challenges
-Learn new art processes with a contemplative component that help you make meaningful connections while you create.

http://livingartofmontana.org/

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Oct
31
4:00 PM16:00

Sgraffito Stories

Ceramics with Tracy Pohndorf and Hannah McGehee

Sgraffito is a form of decoration made by scratching through a surface to reveal a lower layer of a contrasting color. We’ll play around with this technique as we make line drawings on simple constructions made from clay slabs. No experience needed.

Call to register at 549-5329.

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Oct
30
5:30 PM17:30
CCC

Cancer, Courage & Creativity (CCC)

6 Weeks October 16, 23, 30 and November 6, 13 and 20th. 5:30pm-7:30pm, 6 Tuesdays.

Cancer, Courage & Creativity is for anyone who has heard the

words “You have cancer,” whether you’re in treatment or 10 years

out from your diagnosis. It is a closed group workshop for adults

(not a drop-in).

At Living Art we believe creativity is a resource found in everyone.

Even if you’ve never thought of yourself as an artist, Cancer,

Courage & Creativity provides a comforting, fun and engaging

way to recapture what makes you feel most alive. This 6-session

workshop introduces multiple art forms, including mask making

and writing, as tools for self-exploration. Art or writing experience is not necessary!

Call or Email Us to Register:

406-549-5329

info@livingartofmontana.org

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Oct
24
4:00 PM16:00

Sgraffito Stories

Ceramics with Tracy Pohndorf and Hannah McGehee

Sgraffito is a form of decoration made by scratching through a surface to reveal a lower layer of a contrasting color. We’ll play around with this technique as we make line drawings on simple constructions made from clay slabs. No experience needed.

Call to register at 549-5329.

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Oct
23
5:30 PM17:30
CCC

Cancer, Courage & Creativity (CCC)

6 Weeks October 16, 23, 30 and November 6, 13 and 20th. 5:30pm-7:30pm, 6 Tuesdays.

Cancer, Courage & Creativity is for anyone who has heard the

words “You have cancer,” whether you’re in treatment or 10 years

out from your diagnosis. It is a closed group workshop for adults

(not a drop-in).

At Living Art we believe creativity is a resource found in everyone.

Even if you’ve never thought of yourself as an artist, Cancer,

Courage & Creativity provides a comforting, fun and engaging

way to recapture what makes you feel most alive. This 6-session

workshop introduces multiple art forms, including mask making

and writing, as tools for self-exploration. Art or writing experience is not necessary!

Call or Email Us to Register:

406-549-5329

info@livingartofmontana.org

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Oct
20
10:30 AM10:30

Silk Painting with Christy Greene

A Living Art of Montana drop-in Saturday workshop. Offered free of charge to adults 18+ dealing with illness or loss. No experience necessary. For questions please call 549-5329. Living Art is a place to create, share and heal.

Our workshop experience is a little different than your average art class. Living Art provides an opportunity to:

-Tap into your creativity and discover your inner artist in a comfortable and
nurturing environment
-Take a break from whatever is burdening you and experience some “you” time
-Express thoughts and feelings you might not express anywhere else
-Enjoy social connections with others experiencing difficult life challenges
-Learn new art processes with a contemplative component that help you make meaningful connections while you create.

http://livingartofmontana.org/

View Event →
Oct
17
4:00 PM16:00

Sgraffito Stories

Ceramics with Tracy Pohndorf and Hannah McGehee

Sgraffito is a form of decoration made by scratching through a surface to reveal a lower layer of a contrasting color. We’ll play around with this technique as we make line drawings on simple constructions made from clay slabs. No experience needed.

Call to register at 549-5329.

View Event →
Oct
16
5:30 PM17:30
CCC

Cancer, Courage & Creativity (CCC)

6 Weeks October 16, 23, 30 and November 6, 13 and 20th. 5:30pm-7:30pm, 6 Tuesdays.

Cancer, Courage & Creativity is for anyone who has heard the

words “You have cancer,” whether you’re in treatment or 10 years

out from your diagnosis. It is a closed group workshop for adults

(not a drop-in).

At Living Art we believe creativity is a resource found in everyone.

Even if you’ve never thought of yourself as an artist, Cancer,

Courage & Creativity provides a comforting, fun and engaging

way to recapture what makes you feel most alive. This 6-session

workshop introduces multiple art forms, including mask making

and writing, as tools for self-exploration. Art or writing experience is not necessary!

Call or Email Us to Register:

406-549-5329

info@livingartofmontana.org

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Oct
13
10:30 AM10:30

First Impressions, colored pencils with Loretta Vizzutti

A Living Art of Montana drop-in Saturday workshop. Offered free of charge to adults 18+ dealing with illness or loss. No experience necessary. For questions please call 549-5329. Living Art is a place to create, share and heal.

Our workshop experience is a little different than your average art class. Living Art provides an opportunity to:

-Tap into your creativity and discover your inner artist in a comfortable and
nurturing environment
-Take a break from whatever is burdening you and experience some “you” time
-Express thoughts and feelings you might not express anywhere else
-Enjoy social connections with others experiencing difficult life challenges
-Learn new art processes with a contemplative component that help you make meaningful connections while you create.

http://livingartofmontana.org/

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Sep
29
10:30 AM10:30

Balance, Word Art with Tracy Pohndorf

A Living Art of Montana drop-in Saturday workshop. Offered free of charge to adults 18+ dealing with illness or loss. No experience necessary. For questions please call 549-5329. Living Art is a place to create, share and heal.

Our workshop experience is a little different than your average art class. Living Art provides an opportunity to:

-Tap into your creativity and discover your inner artist in a comfortable and
nurturing environment
-Take a break from whatever is burdening you and experience some “you” time
-Express thoughts and feelings you might not express anywhere else
-Enjoy social connections with others experiencing difficult life challenges
-Learn new art processes with a contemplative component that help you make meaningful connections while you create.

http://livingartofmontana.org/

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Sep
15
10:30 AM10:30

Inspired Bookmarks, Watercolor with Bobbe Almer

A Living Art of Montana drop-in Saturday workshop. Offered free of charge to adults 18+ dealing with illness or loss. No experience necessary. For questions please call 549-5329. Living Art is a place to create, share and heal.

Our workshop experience is a little different than your average art class. Living Art provides an opportunity to:

-Tap into your creativity and discover your inner artist in a comfortable and
nurturing environment
-Take a break from whatever is burdening you and experience some “you” time
-Express thoughts and feelings you might not express anywhere else
-Enjoy social connections with others experiencing difficult life challenges
-Learn new art processes with a contemplative component that help you make meaningful connections while you create.

http://livingartofmontana.org/

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Aug
11
10:30 AM10:30

"Wraps and Hammers" with Odette Grassi

Another new workshop with Odette Grassi is rolling out! "Wraps and Hammers" will take place on Saturday, August 11th from 10:30 to 12:30. Making pretty things isn't always quiet! Come learn new jewelry techniques and ways to make lines become 3D.

Our workshop experience is a little different than your average art class. Living Art provides an opportunity to:

-Tap into your creativity and discover your inner artist in a comfortable and
nurturing environment
-Take a break from whatever is burdening you and experience some “you” time
-Express thoughts and feelings you might not express anywhere else
-Enjoy social connections with others experiencing difficult life challenges
-Learn new art processes with a contemplative component that help you make meaningful connections while you create.

http://livingartofmontana.org/

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Aug
4
10:30 AM10:30

"Anti-Painting" with Odette Grassi

 

Mark your calendars! Saturday, August 4th 10:30-12:30 is our "Anti-painting" workshop with Odette Grassi (bleach will be part of our process). Sometimes what we take away is as interesting as what we put on. Come play in a different way!

Workshops are offered free of charge to adults 18+ dealing with illness or loss. No experience necessary. Registration is not required, but is appreciated. For questions please call 549-5329. Living Art is a place to create, share and heal. 

Our workshop experience is a little different than your average art class. Living Art provides an opportunity to:

-Tap into your creativity and discover your inner artist in a comfortable and
nurturing environment
-Take a break from whatever is burdening you and experience some “you” time
-Express thoughts and feelings you might not express anywhere else
-Enjoy social connections with others experiencing difficult life challenges
-Learn new art processes with a contemplative component that help you make meaningful connections while you create.

http://livingartofmontana.org/

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Jul
10
1:00 PM13:00

The Mobile Mural Project

A large scale group painting project with Heather

Schwartz

1:00-3:00pm | 4 Tuesdays | July 10, 17, 24 and 31st

{Registration required. Maximum 8 participants.}

Wings, air, propel, liftoff, glide, soar. What comes to

mind when you hear the word flight?

Join us for “The Mobile Mural Project.” Learn about

the process and parameters of mural making while we

explore the theme of flight and navigate how to infuse

your unique perspective into the bigger picture.

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Jun
23
10:30 AM10:30

The Write Stuff with Jack Shiff

"Writing is the painting of the voice" -Voltaire

A Living Art of Montana drop-in Saturday writing workshop facilitated by Jack Shifflett. The Write Stuff is for writers and non-writers alike. We'll use easy, guided writing prompts to explore writing as a tool for self-expression. Offered free of charge to adults 18+ dealing with illness or loss. No experience necessary. For questions please call 549-5329. Living Art is a place to create, share and heal.
http://livingartofmontana.org/

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Jun
16
10:30 AM10:30

Summer Swag Glass etching and collage with Odette Grassi

A Living Art of Montana drop-in Saturday workshop. Offered free of charge to adults 18+ dealing with illness or loss. No experience necessary. For questions please call 549-5329. Living Art is a place to create, share and heal.

Our workshop experience is a little different than your average art class. Living Art provides an opportunity to:

-Tap into your creativity and discover your inner artist in a comfortable and
nurturing environment
-Take a break from whatever is burdening you and experience some “you” time
-Express thoughts and feelings you might not express anywhere else
-Enjoy social connections with others experiencing difficult life challenges
-Learn new art processes with a contemplative component that help you make meaningful connections while you create.

http://livingartofmontana.org/

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Jun
9
10:30 AM10:30

Hot Glue Printmaking with Bev Glueckert and Tana Ostrowski

A Living Art of Montana drop-in Saturday workshop. Offered free of charge to adults 18+ dealing with illness or loss. No experience necessary. For questions please call 549-5329. Living Art is a place to create, share and heal.

Our workshop experience is a little different than your average art class. Living Art provides an opportunity to:

-Tap into your creativity and discover your inner artist in a comfortable and
nurturing environment
-Take a break from whatever is burdening you and experience some “you” time
-Express thoughts and feelings you might not express anywhere else
-Enjoy social connections with others experiencing difficult life challenges
-Learn new art processes with a contemplative component that help you make meaningful connections while you create.

http://livingartofmontana.org/

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Jun
2
10:30 AM10:30

Creating with Tracy Pohndorf

A Living Art of Montana drop-in Saturday workshop. Offered free of charge to adults 18+ dealing with illness or loss. No experience necessary. For questions please call 549-5329. Living Art is a place to create, share and heal.

Our workshop experience is a little different than your average art class. Living Art provides an opportunity to:

-Tap into your creativity and discover your inner artist in a comfortable and
nurturing environment
-Take a break from whatever is burdening you and experience some “you” time
-Express thoughts and feelings you might not express anywhere else
-Enjoy social connections with others experiencing difficult life challenges
-Learn new art processes with a contemplative component that help you make meaningful connections while you create.

http://livingartofmontana.org/

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