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New Spring Art and Food Classes offered in Wellsville


Get creative this spring at the Wellsville Creative Arts Center!

Beginning April 2 – June 11, the Wellsville Creative Arts Center will be hosting a plethora of spring classes ranging from painting, ceramics, cooking, and papermaking. The classes are $325 for 8 weeks of guided instruction, and all levels of skill are welcome to participate. Learn something new and bond with other creative minds!

In the early afternoon, the Arts Center will be highlighting topics such as Watercolor Painting, Paper Making, Handbuilding, and Advanced Wheel Throwing. These classes are open to all who are interested. Watercolor Painting and Papermaking will be held on the main floor of the Arts Center, thus increasing accessibility for a wide range of participants.

Teaching Papermaking, Susan Doran will demonstrate how pulp is transformed into unique stationary and end the class by creating a book with the handmade paper. While describing where the pulp and bindings of her books come from, students will each walk away from this session with a one of a kind paper of their own. Susan is very environmentally conscious and enjoys creating with reused objects – upcycling the old into a new rejuvenated piece of art. Learn more about these processes by taking her class this spring!

Several evening classes such as Beginner Wheel Throwing, Ceramic Techniques, Acrylic Painting, and Cooking: The Party Edition will be hosted at Wellsville Creative Arts Center to provide a diverse grouping of learning opportunities.

New to the Arts Center, Cooking: The Party Edition is sure to turn some heads. As a former New York City catering chef and avid party planner, Eliza Beckwith will be teaching her students how to best showcase hor d’oeuvres for a fun social event! While the session ends during the hype of graduation season, skills of planning an open house will be more than mastered after taking her class.

Register now at! For more information regarding creative classes, please email us at . We welcome you to visit us in person to tour our space!

Emily Fedorchak – Studio Manager –

Wellsville Creative Arts Center

124 N Main St, Wellsville, NY 14895

(585) 593 – 3000

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