**This class is FULL. We have a scheduled Alliston class on August 21 and transportation is available for those that need it. You can register for the Alliston class at: southsimcoeartscouncil.com/courses/course/encaustic-plexiglass-art--/august-2019otfepalliston
Please email Sarah at firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to know about future dates or would like to arrange for transportation.**
Encaustic art is an ancient technique using heated wax to create colour, texture and depth. This unique workshop will have you creating decorative panels for you garden or home with melted wax, encaustic iron, and stylus. This two hour creative class includes all supplies. A wonderful art form for all skill levels.
Location: Angus Library, 8505 County Rd 10 #1, Angus
Facebook Event: business.facebook.com/events/888839554808472
How do I register?
When registering for this program you have a choice of what to pay.
If you are able to pay full or half price simply choose those price points and register yourself or a child. If you would rather "Pay What you Can" simply choose that option and continue with the registration process. When you attend the class you will have the opportunity to put your contribution towards the class in our "Pay what you can Can".
What is "Pay What you can"?
These Arts4All Workshops are generously supported by grant funding through the Ontario Trillium Foundation and community donors. This grant allows us to offer professionally taught classes at no-cost, low-cost, and subsidized rates with the intent to remove the barriers that hinder our community from participating in the arts. "Pay What You Can" classes allow participants to register online and pay what they can on site (via cash or cheque) in our donation jar. All funds received for registration will go back into our #BreakTheBarriersInitiative helping us provide ongoing programming to our community.
If you have questions about financial or travel assistance for these programs through the SSAC please contact email@example.com
Wed Jul 31, 2019 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM