Creative Arts

Photography Club, *Wed. 2:00 PM with Kh. Kelleylynn Barberg (2024-2025)

Purpose: To promote creativity through photography, to share and critique the photographs of peers, to educate and improve technical skills, and to spread the love of photography throughout the SAA community. Objectives:  Mission Statement: “We, as the members of the Creative Photography Club, seek to display our love of photography through the constructive assessment of […]

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Advanced Knitting with Katherine Grace – Fri. 1:00 PM (2024-2025)

Summary: This course offers a broad study of the processes, materials, and techniques used in knitting. This is an extremely useful skill within the more broad category of fiber arts, as one can make multiple household items and items of clothing by knitting.  The course aims to help established knitters take their knitting further and

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Beginning Knitting – Fri. 2:00 PM with Katherine Grace (2024-2025)

Summary: This course offers an introduction to the processes, materials, and techniques used in knitting.  This will provide both a hobby and a means of making useful household and charity knitting items.  The course will also give students a brief, light introduction to the history of knitting and the various cultural knitting traditions around the

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Sewing (Beginners) – Fri. 4:00 PM with Nymphodora Ward (2024-2025)

Required materials: • Sewing Machine • Iron and Ironing Board • Basic sewing kit including: Scissors, hand needles (assorted sharps or tapestry, both are good for different things), thread, seam ripper, pins etc) • Fabric for various projects (do not buy ahead of time, we will discuss thrifting and economical acquisition of fabric during class.

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Beginning Knitting – Fri. 2:00 PM with Katherine Grace

Summary: This course offers an introduction to the processes, materials, and techniques used in knitting.  This will provide both a hobby and a means of making useful household and charity knitting items.  The course will also give students a brief, light introduction to the history of knitting and the various cultural knitting traditions around the

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