Vintage Collage Class at Warwick Center for the Arts

Join collage artist Bev Silva for a one-day workshop on Saturday, March 9th in which you will create a vintage collage using old books and other vintage papers. Designed for both the novice and those with some collage experience, topics will include design, materials, building the collage, and ways to display the finished work. All necessary materials will be provided to create a unique vintage collage, but you are encouraged to bring any papers, photos, or other ephemera you’d like to include. For more information, click here.

Wickford Art Association Scholarship Program Applications due February 21

March is Youth Art Month and in celebration, The Wickford Art Association (WAA) will present its annual Scholarship Fund awards to three Rhode Island public high school senior art students with a fourth award presented by the Rhode Island Art Educators Association in March.

Each Rhode Island public high school chooses one college-bound senior art student for consideration. The four winning students will receive cash scholarships in the amounts of $1,500, $1,000, $500 and with a fourth award from Rhode Island Art Education Association of $500 to use towards college. Winners also receive a one-year membership to WAA, a fine art exhibit in our gallery and exhibit space at the 57th Wickford Art Festival, ranked the #7 fine art festival in the country. This is an excellent, resume-building opportunity for college bound students. Interested students should speak with their art teachers about submitting their portfolio for consideration.

The 2019 WAA Scholarship Program application may be downloaded at http://wickfordart.org/scholarship-program-exhibit-and-awards-ceremony/ [wickfordart.org]

Application submission period ends February 21, 2019.

Warwick Center for the Arts offers “Painting Abstracts” Class

Find your creativity through abstract painting with this course that explores color, line, and form using acrylic paint. Students will be presented key concepts and techniques in short demos and handouts. One-on-one instruction will focus on individual interests and direction in creating a painting. Various abstract painting styles will be discussed and critiques will be offered! Taught by Eveline Luppi, this class meets on Mondays from 1-4pm, March 4th through April 8th. For more information on this and other classes offered at the Warwick Center for the Arts, click here.