Workshops & Art Talks
KOSKO MANTA ~ Educational Exhibit + Slideshow presentation August 28th, 29th 30th, 2020 11AM-4PM The slide show will be given at 12 noon each day and attendance is on a space available basis. Contact the Gallery for scheduling at firstname.lastname@example.org The Shelter Cove Art Gallery will host a 3 day exhibition of Andean weavings from the Cuzco area of Peru on August 28 -30. The weavings were collected between 1968 and 1970 by Joe Collins of Briceland and Shelter Cove, who lived in the Cuzco region during those years. Most of them were bought in the city of Cuzco, and are a sample of the beautiful weaving done by the indigenous Quechua people of the high altitude valleys between Cuzco and Puno. Kosko Manta means “from Cuzco” in Quechua, the indigenous language of the area which was universally spoken by the people at that time.
The ancient city of Cuzco, which sits at an altitude of 11,000 ft., was the capitol of the Incan Empire of the 1500’s.
Macro Nature Photography / Nature Hike Workshop: meet at the parking area for Hidden Valley Trail.
Mosaic Workshop: Create your own mosaic design and learn how to work with glass and stone to create a lovely stepping stone. This popular class with instructor Sandy Miles does fill up quickly. Contact us to sign up early and ensure your spot for this fun filled afternoon workshop. $15/pp materials fee
Paper-making workshop with artist, Venessa Kay. Create one of a kind paper incorporating materials from the local environment. $10/pp materials fee
Watercolor Batik workshop with artist, Cindy Green. A wonderful technique of painting that uses melted wax and watercolor on rice paper. (similar to fabric batik) No experience necessary, knowledge of color mixing is helpful but not necessary. Bring your own artwork or use one of the provided pieces. This is an introduction to the method so the simpler the better. Limited to Ten per class / Open to students 14yrs or older / $10/pp materials fee