Calendar

Feb
23
Sat
WORKSHOP: Woodcarving Basics with Russ Biros @ Harlin Museum - Hathcock Gallery; 405 Worcester Lower Level
Feb 23 @ 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm

This wood carving workshop’s emphasis will be:

  • instruction on the tools and supplies needed to carve in wood and how to safely use them and maintain them 
  • demonstrating how to design, plan, and carve a simple object out of wood  

INSTRUCTOR:  Russ Biros, a woodcarving artist & teacher for over 30 years, juried by the Best of Missouri Hands, a Spring Creek juried artist, a Vesterheim Museum Gold Medalist, and a member of Arts Rolla, Current River Artists, & Lake of the Ozarks Woodcarvers

COST:  $40.00 per person (all material will be provided)

SUPPLIES:: All tools and materials needed for a small wood carving will be provided. Students may bring and use their own tools if they prefer.

Students may also bring a bag lunch or snacks as desired; drinking water will be provided.

POINT OF CONTACT:  Gladys Morris, 417-255-0920, info@harlinmuseum.com

This workshop is for ages 12 & older. You must register in advance to attend this workshop; fees may be paid upon arrival. Please contact the museum for more details.

Mar
2
Sat
WORKSHOP – Wool Felting a Landscape w/ Angela Bullard @ Harlin Museum - Hathcock Gallery - Lower Level
Mar 2 @ 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Wool Felting Workshop with Angela Bullard
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$30 (Please reserve your spot in advance)

The emphasis of this textile workshop will be demonstrating how to design, plan, and needle felt a landscape scene using loose wool fibers as your medium. This technique can be applied to making wall hangings for your home, jewelry to give as gifts, and countless other crafts.

INSTRUCTOR: Angela Bullard

WHERE: Lower Level Classroom Space

WORKSHOP HOURS: 12noon to 4 pm

SUBJECT: Painting a Needle Felted Wool Landscape. This class will be all hand felting techniques using wool

COST: $30.00 per person (all material will be provided)

SUPPLIES:
All materials needed for a small wool felting landscape will be provided.

LUNCH/REFRESHMENTS: Drinking water will be provided; please bring your own bag lunch or snacks

Sponsored by the Harlin Museum Board
Proceeds will go towards improving the Harlin Museum Gift Shop.

POINT OF CONTACT: Gladys Morris, 417-255-0920, gmorris@centurylink.net.

Please let the museum know if you want to attend ASAP, for set-up spacing and materials. You may pay at the door upon arrival.

Mar
9
Sat
WORKSHOP: Crayon Encaustics w/ Ron McGarry @ Harlin Museum - Hathcock Gallery, Lower Level
Mar 9 @ 12:00 pm – 3:00 pm

This will be a basic class on crayon encaustic painting. The student will accomplish several smaller subjects for practice to learn the technique and feel of crayon encaustic painting before accomplishing a larger simple project. This class will get you started into rediscovering the old art medium of crayon and taking it into the 21st century of painting bright amazing works of art that are being shown in galleries and museum all over the world.

Crayon Encaustic painting is the process of heating your wax crayons to create the artwork. The crayons are melted and transferred to paper. Ron’s encaustic work is a celebration of the alchemy of transforming common crayon wax into unique artistic works.

Crayon encaustics can be fun and challenging; an original art form with a unique effect that makes your piece of work enjoyable with a full range of artistic styles; it can be anything from an abstract vision to a realistic image.

Cost: $20; fee may be paid upon arrival. Check or cash only.

Supplies:
Basic Box of Crayola Crayons
Hot Glue Gun
Pencil
Eraser
Bring images of fruit, fish, flowers, landscapes or sky-scapes or any full-color images to work from.

The rest of the materials for the class will be provided.

Bring a snack if so desired; water will be provided.

Please register to attend ASAP for set-up and planning; the classroom can only hold 12 people for this workshop.

Mar
16
Sat
WORKSHOP-Art Presentation with Gladys Morris @ Harlin Museum of West Plains
Mar 16 @ 12:00 pm – 3:00 pm

This Art Presentation Workshop’s emphasis will be taking pride in framing and presenting your artwork—not only for your wall at home; but for entry into art shows or for display in galleries.

The tools, materials, and resources that are available and necessary will be covered for “do it yourself” framing as well as how to plan and choose the right materials for framing your art. It will provide helpful tips for beginner artists to have on framing as well as information on presentation as a part of your artwork planning process.

VENUE:  Harlin Museum Classroom Space.

LUNCH/REFRESHMENTS: Drinking water will be provided; you may bring a lunch or snacks as desired.

INSTRUCTOR:  Gladys Morris

WORKSHOP HOURS:  12 noon to 3 pm

SUBJECT:  Art presentation and framing techniques for the “do-it-yourselfer” 

COST:  $15.00 per person (all material will be provided)

SUPPLIES:  All supplies for this workshop will be provided. Students should bring paper & pen for taking additional notes. Reference handouts will be supplied for future use.

POINT OF CONTACT:  Gladys Morris, 417-255-0920, info@harlinmuseum.com 

Please reserve your spot in advance so that preparation for set-up and materials can be arranged. You may pay upon arrival at the workshop; cash or check only.

Mar
23
Sat
WORKSHOP: Basics of Crocheting w/ Angela Bullard @ Harlin Museum - Classroom Space, Lower Level
Mar 23 @ 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm

This crocheting workshop’s emphasis will be on:

  • learning the basic crocheting vocabulary
  • how to read a crochet pattern
  • how to properly hold the thread/yarn and crochet hook   

Each student will be making a scarf during the demonstration and will receive one-on-one instruction as needed.

VENUE:  Harlin Museum Classroom Space.

LUNCH/REFRESHMENTS: Drinking water will be provided; you may bring lunch or snacks as desired

WORKSHOP HOURS:  12 noon to 4 pm

SUBJECT:  Learning the basic crocheting stitches while making scarf.

COST:  $20.00 per person

REQUIRED SUPPLIES:

Students are responsible for providing their own supplies. You will need:

  1. skein of medium weight yarn
  2. size K crochet hook
  3. pair of scissors
  4. pen and paper for taking notes

POINT OF CONTACT:  Gladys Morris, 417-255-0920, info@harlinmuseum.com

Please reserve your spot in advance so that preparation for set-up can be arranged. You may pay upon arrival at the workshop; cash or check only.

Mar
25
Mon
M.A.S.A. @ Harlin Museum - Hathcock Gallery, Lower Level
Mar 25 @ 4:15 pm – 5:15 pm

The Monday After-School Art program is designed for kids who love to learn, explore, and play with art. Registration required. Contact instructor Ginny Thomason for more info.

Apr
1
Mon
M.A.S.A. @ Harlin Museum - Hathcock Gallery, Lower Level
Apr 1 @ 4:15 pm – 5:15 pm

The Monday After-School Art program is designed for kids who love to learn, explore, and play with art. Registration required. Contact instructor Ginny Thomason for more info.

Apr
6
Sat
WORKSHOP: Advanced Tunisian-Style Crochet w/ Angela Bullard @ Harlin Museum - Lower Level, Classroom Space
Apr 6 @ 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Open to anyone that has knowledge and experience in crocheting. 

This crocheting workshop’s emphasis will be on learning the basic Tunisian-style of crocheting. This type of crocheting is one that holds multiple loops on the hook in a style similar to that of knitting.  It differs from knitting, however, in that it uses a crochet hook rather than knitting needles.

Each student will complete in the course of this workshop a pot holder that can be used at home or given as a gift.

VENUE:  Harlin Museum Classroom Space

LUNCH/REFRESHMENTS: Drinking water will be provided; you may bring lunch or snacks as desired

INSTRUCTOR:  Angela Bullard

WORKSHOP HOURS: 12 noon to 4 pm

SUBJECT:  Learning the basic Tunisian crocheting stitches while making a potholder

COST:  $20.00 per person

REQUIRED SUPPLIES: Each student will need to bring:

  • A skein of middleweight yarn
  • Size K Tunisian crocheting hook
  • Pair of scissors
  • Pen and paper for taking notes

POINT OF CONTACT:  Gladys Morris, 417-255-0920, info@harlinmuseum.com 

Please reserve your spot in advance so that preparation for set-up can be arranged. You may pay upon arrival at the workshop; cash or check only.

 

 

Apr
15
Mon
M.A.S.A. @ Harlin Museum - Hathcock Gallery, Lower Level
Apr 15 @ 4:15 pm – 5:15 pm

The Monday After-School Art program is designed for kids who love to learn, explore, and play with art. Registration required. Contact instructor Ginny Thomason for more info.

Apr
27
Sat
WORKSHOP: Plein Air Nature Journaling & Nature Walk (RESCHEDULED FOR TBD AUTUMN 2019) @ Harlin Museum/Galloway Park
Apr 27 @ 10:00 pm – 10:15 pm

Join us for a Plein Air Nature Journaling Workshop & Nature Walk!

Nature journaling (sketchbook journaling) is recording the natural world in its own environment; sketching in detail and recording information about plants, animals, mountains and landscapes, to use as a reference or cannot be captured in detail by a camera. This workshop’s emphasis will be on learning how to look closely at nature while observing with a keen eye and recording what you see in detail.  

VENUE:  Harlin Museum, Lower Level Classroom Space / Galloway Park

LUNCH/REFRESHMENTS: Drinking water will be provided in the classroom; you may choose to bring your own lunch or snacks for either portion of the workshop.

INSTRUCTOR:  Wendy Ziegler

WORKSHOP HOURS: Please note that this is a two-day workshop and that the times are different for both days.

Saturday, April 27:  10:00am-2:00pm

Sunday, April 28: 1:00pm-3:00pm

SUBJECT:  Nature Journaling – learning how to draw nature in detail

COST: Pre-Registration before Saturday, April 20th: $40.00  /  After April 20th: $50.00

Cash or Check only; make workshop fee payable to Harlin Museum, PO Box 444, West Plains, MO 65775 or drop off during regular museum hours of operation

SUPPLIES: Wear comfortable clothes and walking shoes for outside workshop. Student grade materials will be provided to use during the workshop, however, you are encouraged to bring your own supplies.

Required Supplies :

Pencils – 2B or higher softness of B grade

Sharpies, various colored markers or colored ink pens

Sketchbook

Watercolors & brushes

Misc light colored paper of various qualities

Clean sponges to cut

Water jar with lid

Paper towels

Small Paint Palette 

 

POINTS OF CONTACT:

For more information contact Wendy Ziegler, wendyzieglerservices@gmail.com or Gladys Morris, 417-255-0920, info@harlinmuseum.com

IMPORTANT: Please register to attend ASAP for set-up spacing, and materials.  Registering and paying in advance guarantees your space in the workshop.