Learn about, and try out, a variety of Arts & Crafts handed down generation to generation from many countries around the world. Thanks to a Government of Canada Grant, the program is free for Seniors 50 years and over!
16 Bi-weekly workshops every other Wednesday morning from 9:00 AM- 1:00 PM at the Giovani Caboto Club, 2175 Parent Ave at Tecumseh Rd East, Windsor, ON. Refreshments will be served.
2019 WORKSHOP SCHEDULE:
April 10: Stained Glass History - Part 1
April 24: Brass Sculptures Casting Process History with Windsor artist Donna Mayne
May 8: Beading with Ruby Gilbert
May 22: Felting History & Vessel creation with Deborah Dunlop
DEADLINE TO SIGN UP FOR ANY WORKSHOP IS 5 DAYS BEFORE EVENT. LIMITED SEATING.
Contact Lupita Amaya, your Program Coordinator at 519-944-2689 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org
April 10 - STAINED GLASS HISTORY - Part 1: THANK YOU FOR YOUR INTEREST - THIS WORKSHOP IS NOW FULL!
INSTRUCTOR: TONY MERIANO
RSVP- Confirm by email ASAP
Deadline: April 4, 2019
Limited Seats - Free admission & refreshments.
ABOUT THE WORKSHOP
Is Stained Glass today a forgotten Art?
This presentation hopes to address the questions and concerns facing the
Stained Glass Industry. Through a look at the history and evolution of Stained
Glass we will examine issues faced by the consumers, and the stained glass
business over the last 1000 years.
ABOUT the PRESENTER
I am a retired educator from the Windsor Essex Public School Board. I became interested in Stained Glass in 1975. Took classes at St. Clair College in 1976/77. Opened a shop in 1982, expanded and did custom work all around the county for 12 years and retailed stained glass supplies. I also taught evening continuing education classes for St. Clair, the Public school Board and out of the shop for many years. I sold my shop in 1994. I have been retired for 19 years and still do a few bits of stained glass from time to time.
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