Arts classes offered for teens, children, adultsTo fight...

December 24, 1992

Arts classes offered for teens, children, adults

To fight the winter blahs, the Howard County Arts Council is offering a variety of daytime, after-school and evening art classes, workshops and programs for students of all ages and levels this winter.

Classes at the Howard County Center for the Arts in Ellicott City for adults, teens and children start at the end of January.

Programs for children range from classes in visual arts to music for beginners to middle schoolers. All classes focus on developing visual communications skills along through group participation and individual attention.

Classes will be offered on Saturdays and after school on weekdays, with sessions meeting once a week.

The courses will conclude with a special reception and exhibition of student work.

Portfolio development is essential for students wishing to continue to art schools. The Art Council offers concentrated classes to build on many areas.

Among the courses offered will be Drawing for Adults, Oil Painting, Watercolor classes and workshops, Block Calligraphy, Life Drawing, Scherrenschnitte cut paper workshop, voice classes and more.

Pre-registration is required for all classes and workshops. Register by mail, by telephone or in person in the office from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.

Registration is being taken now, and early registration is required and recommended. The New Winter class schedule and brochure is available by calling the Arts Council at 313-2787.


* Old Annapolis Road: A motor bike, no value given, was stolen while parked at Howard High School on Monday.

* 8300 block of Main St.: Stereo equipment and a portable telephone, worth $360, were stolen from a Toyota truck on Saturday.

* 9100 block of Northfield Road: A window, light bulbs and lamp coverings were smashed at the Northfield Elementary School between Friday and Sunday. A damage estimate was not available.

* Gaither Farm Road: Someone cut off several feet from the top of a 20-year-old fir tree in the 11000 block between Dec. 17 and Dec. 18.

* 3500 block of Westgate Drive: A camera, no value given, was stolen from a house on Monday. The bedroom of the house was ransacked.

* Baltimore National Pike: Rims and tires, no value given, were stolen from a 1993 Mustang in the 8500 block on Sunday.

* 6200 block of Lawyers Hill Road: A $500 bucket was stolen from a backhoe owned by RLO Contractors Inc. of Dayton at a construction site between Monday night and Tuesday morning.

* Baltimore-Washington Boulevard: A white 1984 Chevrolet pickup was stolen in the 6100 block on Sunday.

* 6200 block of Sandrise Court: A white 1989 Mazda 626 sedan wasstolen on Tuesday.


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