Arts Project workshop series accepting registrations for second spring session

February 25, 2014

CENTER VALLEY, Pa. – The Arts Project at Penn State Lehigh Valley will offer a variety of workshops for six weeks from April 7 to May 15. Additionally, two new workshops: Acting for Film and Creating Ceramic Vessels and Raku Firing; will be offered in April. All instructors are Penn State adjunct faculty for the campus’ growing art program and bring a wealth of artistic experiences to the program.

Acting for Film will be offered from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Tuesdays, April 8 to May 13, with instructor Katina Bozikis. This is an intensive course during which participants can learn all aspects of acting from improvisation to scene study. Students will work on scenes from various films using the Sanford Meisner technique. The course is open to all who want to learn about acting.

Creating Ceramic Vessels and Raku Firing will be held from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on two Saturdays, April 5 and 12. Students will work with master ceramic artist Renzo Faggioli to create ceramic vessels during the first Saturday and participate in the Raku firing process on the second Saturday to create the unique finish that only this process can produce.

Other workshops offered include Beginning and Advanced Jewelry and Metalwork, Drawing and Design Fundamentals, Wet Felting, and Exploring Printmaking.

Senior citizens 55 years of age and older receive a 10 percent discount off of the $180 tuition cost. For more information, call Ann Lalik at 610-285-5261 or visit To register, contact Carol Buddock at 610-285-5058.

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Last Updated February 26, 2014