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September 26, 2013

Art Association offers fall classes

New classroom to open, kickoff Oct. 4

Fall classes and workshops at the Cooperstown Art Association will kick-off with a grand opening at 5 Railroad Ave. from 5 to 7 p.m on Friday, Oct. 4th. 

The CAA will officially open its new classroom space, the CAA Big Red Annex Art School, with live music, food and art. 

Instructors of upcoming classes will be on hand to answer questions and show examples of their work. Artwork by our young artists that participated in the Summer Hand Prints Workshops will also be on view for the night. 

This fall the CAA is offering: Open Drawing Group with a live model, Plein Air Oil Painting with Mary Nolan, watercolor Landscape with David Kiehm, Landscape Painting with Susan Jones Kenyon, Collage Class with Christine Alexander and a Hand Prints Afterschool Art Program for kids. Workshops include paint like a plein air artist, a five day pastel painting workshop with Greg Barnes and a one day folk art painting workshop with Pat Wiley. 

To register, call the CAA at 607-547-9777.  You can also view the class schedule online at www.cooperstownart.com. 

The Cooperstown Art Association is located at 22 Main Street in the Village Building on the corner of Main and Fair Streets.

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