Art focused Teens can drop in every 2nd Friday as expert instructors provide guidance in a multitude of mediums including fine arts, multi-media, clay, jewelry, found object sculpture, print making, book making, personal masks, fiber and even portfolio building.
You will be guided through all the steps of transforming a plain egg into a work of art.
Learn how to make Ukrainian Hand-Decorated Eggs, using the age-old method of wax resist. Lines of wax are applied to the eggshell, using a small tool called a “kistka”. The egg is then put into a dye bath, with the wax protecting the covered shell from subsequent color changes. This process is alternately repeated (wax/dye/wax/dye). After the full design is applied, the wax is removed (by melting it over a candle flame and wiping off) to reveal the bright colors underneath.
This Pysanka, or Ukrainian Easter egg, can then be displayed on a stand or hung as an ornament.
Materials (eggs, stylus, dyes, wax…) and instruction will be provided to make one or two Pysanky.
Kits will also be available for purchase, so that students can continue to make Pysanky and wax-resist batik-style eggs at home, for all seasons and occasions.
Teen Night Workshop – November 13, 2015 7-10pm $30.00 + $10.00 Material fee to be paid directly to the instructor
Teaching Artist: Basia Andrusko
I have been writing Pysanky for over four decades, gathering in the kitchen during Lent to carry on the Ukrainian tradition.
I find the creation process very soothing and meditative, and look forward to the moment of melting off the wax to reveal the design.
I write pysanky with traditional patterns, but I also enjoy creating egg art with fresh interpretations and original designs (like my beach-inspired seashell patterns).
They make great gifts, especially to commemorate a birthday, anniversary, new home, or just to share with someone special.
Error: Twitter did not respond. Please wait a few minutes and refresh this page.
Tyler Park Center for the Arts is always accepting proposals for workshops and successive class programs in art, poetry, music, botanical arts and environmental consciousness. Other relevant program suggestions will be considered ~ Please complete a workshop proposal form and contact us with your information & inspiration - email@example.com or 267-218-0290
Participants are encouraged to register early and Please submit a registration form. Register online or by calling 267.218.0290. If you have any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org .
Tuition for each workshop is noted in the descriptions. TPCA members receive a 10% discount. We prefer you pay online but do accept checks. You may register online or by phone and mail a check if there's ample time to receive.
Additional material fees needed for courses are paid directly to the instructor during class hours.
Cancellations made with 30 days notice will receive a 90% refund if we can fill the spot in the class. For less than 30 days, partial refunds are granted based on our ability to fill the class.
Snow and Inclement Weather
Severe weather poses many safety concerns for participants that may require modifications to the workshop’s hours. Based on current conditions in the area immediately surrounding the event and our best judgment, the Guild staff may delay the opening of a workshop or postpone a workshop to the following day. Circumstances that justify amending workshop hours include icy roads, rapid snowfall, tornado warnings, and other severe weather conditions. TPCA does not offer weather-related refunds of class fees unless the workshop is cancelled.
Support artists and artisans in a manner that facilitates sharing their talents and experiences with the Bucks County area community through art-based educational programs
Use the power of art as a tool for community and civic pride
Foster community engagement in groups such as youth minorities and the chronically ill through experiential art education
Partner with like-minded organizations to achieve our goals