Skagit Valley College Whidbey Island Campus Community Education fall workshops feature noted art instructors

by Arden Ainley 11th August 2017


Skagit Valley College Whidbey Island Campus in Oak Harbor will offer the following Community Education workshops this fall, featuring noted art instructors:


Block Printed Greeting Cards by Linnane Armstrong

Two-part workshop takes place September 23 and 30 from 9:00-noon;  

Cost: $69



Felt Hat Making – Patti Barker

October 14 – 9:00-4:00

Cost: $69/materials $40


Drawing Technique Workshops by Stephanie Schuemann – Three workshops, each with three sessions:


Animal Drawing Basics

September 25, October 2, and October 9 from 6:00-8:00pm

Cost: $69

Equestrian Art 

October 16, October 23 and October 30 from 6:00-8:00pm

Cost: $69

Drawing a Portrait of Your Pet

November 6, November 20 and November 27 from 6:00-8:00pm 

Cost: $69


For workshop information and registration, contact Tee Davis-Overby, (360) 416-7638 or

Posted by WhidbeyLocal
Friday, 11th August 2017, 10:48pm.
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