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   Night Pottery Class 

Mondays from 6-9 pm

for 8 weeks

Instructor: Soyoon Ahn

$200 for members

$250 for non-members

+$25 material fee
Jan 10 - March 7th 2022
Vase Painting

     aDVANCED pottery Class

Mondays at 11am-2pm

for 8 weeks

Instructor: Soyoon Ahn

$200 for members

$250 for non-members

+$25 material fee
Jan 10- March 7th 2022
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    Day Pottery class

Wed from 11am-2 pm

for 8 weeks

Instructor: Soyoon Ahn

$200 for members

$250 for non-members

+$25 material fee
Jan 12- March 2nd 2022
art intro

Tuesdays at 2-5 pm

for 6 weeks

Instructor: Lisa Jones

$100 for members
$140 for non-members

Jan 11- Feb 15th 2022

Oil & acrylic painting

Palette

Thursdays at 6-9 p.m.

for 6 weeks

Instructor: Lisa Jones

$100 for members
$140 for non-members

Jan 13 - Feb 17th 2022

Oil & acrylic painting

Instructors

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Lisa Jones

​Lisa Jones graduated from ATU in 1982 with a K-12 Degree in Art and a Masters in Gifted Education. She has taught school for 35 years! Lisa loves to paint and garden. 

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Soyoon Ahn

Soyoon Ahn graduated from ATU in 2019 with a BFA in Fine Art with a focus on ceramics.  She lives in Russellville with her family and has won many awards for her work.

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Brad Smith

Brad graduated from ATU with a Degree in Art Education.  He currently teaches 4-6 grade Art classes at Dardanelle Middle School.  Brad has won many awards with his art and airbrushing.

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Nathan Freeman

Nathan studied theater at ATU from 2009-2012.  He has been in many plays and musicals, and loves all things theater.  He has taught our summer theater class at the center for a couple of years now and is excellent with the kids.

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Libby Caston

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Trent Conner

 Trent spent the better part of a decade honing his personal style and vision. He chooses to create with only a mental image instead of a physical reference, so his vision is more organic.