Whether you're into getting more out of your digital point and shoot camera or you're looking to hone your skills as a stand-up comic, we've compiled a short list of upcoming art workshops that should help you out.
3. Embroidery Workshop at MADE Art Boutique
In the September MAKE @ MADE workshop participants will have the opportunity to learn the basics of embroidering including common stitches such as the Running, Split and Back stitch. The workshop begins at 6:30 p.m. and runs until 8:30 p.m. Thursday September 27. It costs $30 and all materials are included.
Contact MADE at 602-256-6233, 922 N 5th St. for more details.
2.Glass Art Workshop at Phoenix Center for the Arts
Dennis Brady has over 40 years experience as an artist, builder, and designer and has built a successful career as a glass artist with his sons.
Participants will learn six different ways to score and cut glass and how to weave glass .
Times and prices vary for the various workshops so check the website for more details.
1. Beginner Stand-Up Comedy Classes at Tempe Center for the Arts
If your friends always tell you how funny you are and you've been thinking about taking your comedic prowess to the next level or your friends never tell you how funny you are and it's got you down, these beginner comedy classes may be just the ticket.
Tempe Center For the Arts is conducting a free intro to their beginning stand-up comedy classes October 1 at 7 p.m.
The comedy classes provide a safe and positive (who said comedy was safe or positive?) environment for you to learn performance and storytelling techniques as well as other comedic strategies.
The five-week workshop costs $325 but the intro class is free with no obligations.
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