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Comments Off on Learn Pastels the easy way! Painting with Pastels
Learn pastels and expand your creativity! Take art classes and learn skills that will be with you for a life-time.
This art class covers color theory and painting techniques in soft chalk pastels. You learn about papers and various drawing techniques. Beginners welcomed.
If you are experienced or have taken previous classes please bring your art work to class to show me what you would like to work on for this session.
Register at front desk or online.
Where: North Valley Senior Center
Times: 4:30pm – 6:30 pm
Dates: February 3 – 24 th
Days: Tuesday Afternoons
Cost: $45.00 person
Other: Materials supplied
Comments Off on Mixing it Up! Mixed Media Art Class
You will learn how to apply and create textures, while making visually pleasing and interesting artwork. Learn resist techniques and photocollage transfers.
Elaine Cimino, artist/instructor, has 20 plus years experience teaching art to all levels and ages of students according to their abilities.
Learn the fundamentals of art to apply to your own interests and artwork.
No experience necessary. Register at front desk or call the Senior Center to sign up
Address: 3825 4th St NW, Albuquerque, NM 87107 Phone:(505) 761-4025
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Happy Holidays From Elaine Cimino Studios!
Comments Off on The Nine Nobel Peace Laureates Call on NBC to Cancel “Stars Earn Stripes”
New show promotes an “inglorious tradition of glorifying war and armed violence”
OTTAWA – August 13 – Nine Nobel Peace Laureates today issued an open letter to the Chairman of NBC Entertainment, as well as General Wesley Clark and others involved in the new “reality” show premiering tonight on NBC—“Stars Earn Stripes”—calling on them to walk away from the show immediately.
In the letter, the Laureates—who include Archbishop Desmond Tutu, Jody Williams and President Oscar Arias Sanchez—note that “war isn’t entertainment” and challenge NBC’s promotional line that that such a television program would be “pay[ing] homage to the men and women who serve in the U.S. Armed Forces and our first-line responder services.”
The Laureates say that the program pays homage to no one and is “a massive disservice to those who live and die in armed conflict and suffer its consequences long after the guns of war fall silent.” → Read more