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The Dedham Guild Announces! New Art Classes in Collaboration with the Dedham Community House

Classes

The Dedham Square Artist Guild is pleased to announce that, beginning this winter, a wide variety of art classes will be offered in collaboration with the Dedham Community House (DCH). Classes are held in DCH’s ground floor space (enter at the back of the building) and taught by Guild artists.

The Dedham Community Association, better known as the Dedham Community House (DCH), was founded in 1922 when Charles J. Kimball and a group of civic-minded citizens purchased an estate originally built by Judge Samuel Haven at the corner of Ames and High Streets in Dedham. The purpose in forming this charitable, nonprofit association was twofold: to preserve the historic mansion built in the Bulfinch design in 1795, and to provide a recreational center for the people of Dedham and the vicinity.

Visit their website for more information on how to attend a class http://dedhamcommunityhouse.org/

 

Sample Classes: 

Quilted Faces Class
Mondays: 5:00 - 7:00 pm Come take a look at a Charmed Woman or Nature Goddess hanging in DSAG and sign up to create your own fabric face! We'll cover fabric selection, fussy-cutting, feature placements, free-motion stitching and so much more.  Must bring a sewing machine that can drop its feed dogs to class. Ages 12 and up.
Instructor: Iris Sonnenshien, Dedham Square Artist Guild

Introduction to Watercolors
Wednesday, 2/27/13
Explore landscape painting using water, wax and oil. Class demonstration and individual instruction. Open to all levels and abilities. Ages 18 and up.
Instructor: Fred Smith, Dedham Square Artist Guild

 

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