Glassware & Metal Painting

 Saturday, November 3rd from 12 - 2 p.m, $40.00 per person  

All Art Exhibits, Opening Receptions, and Art Classes are partially funded by the Mid-Shore Community Foundation".

Professional Photographer George Sass will teach a two-part workshop at KIFA - "Digital Camera Fundamentals"

Learn how to get the most out of your Digital Single Lens Reflex (DSLR) or Mirrorless Interchangeable Lens Camera (MILC) by understanding its operation and how its settings should be adjusted. Students are requested to bring their DSLR or MILC camera with its instruction manual, fresh batteries and a blank storage card to each session.

November 12 and 19 (both Mondays) from 3-5:30pm
Members $75.00                                                                       Non-members $90.00

Theresa Schram, will instruct a guided workshop that will focus on specific techniques and tips on how to use specialized glass paints and brushes to create colorful and unique designs. Each participant will have the opportunity to choose 2 pieces of glassware that will be provided for them. However, please feel free to bring in your own glass or metal objects to decorate. This workshop will be a very relaxed and casual event that will encourage self expression and creativity.

If you are interested in teaching a class or workshop, please fill out this form and send it to KIFA!  

Class Proposal Form.docx

Painting Architecture in Watercolor with Stacey Sass


In this class, students will learn the basics of using linear perspective to create accurate drawings of architectural structures enhanced with the addition of various watercolor techniques. 

The class is limited to 8.  3 sessions, Tuesdays October 2, 9 and 16, 2-4:30
Some painting experience is helpful.

  $110.00 Members                                     $135.00 Non-Members

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KIFA is partially funded by the Maryland State Arts Council, the Queen Anne's County Arts Council, United Way of Queen Anne's County and the Mid-Shore Community Foundation

Kent Island Federation of Arts