Adults

Creative Arts

The medium can be anything you can touch to make something totally unique. Taking any one of our hands-on classes will release the artist inside of you.

Young woman knitting a woolen colorful scarf. She is using bamboo knitting needles, size ten. Only her hands and arms are showing on the image. She has manicured nails. Neutral colored nailpolish. She is wearing an ivory colored blouse with transparant buttons. Rolled up sleeves, bare arms are visible. The knit has pastel colors as well as brighter colors. Pink, blue, green, orange, ecru and yellow.
Tobi Kahn lecturing at PACE gallery.
View of Collioure painting.
Paint brushes.
Hands knitting.
Seniors cooking.

Sarah Gottesman Lubin Program for Creative Arts & Crafts

Sarah Gottesman Lubin was an avid crafter who especially enjoyed the soft arts of quilting and needlepoint. She was an active member of the Pomegranate Guild. After her passing the Sarah Gottesman Lubin Program for Creative Arts and Crafts was established in her memory at the JCC so that others could explore and enjoy the exciting world of crafts and culture. This endowment provides opportunities for people to experience the sheer love and joy of creating something of beauty with their own hands.

Painting with Watercolor & Watercolor Pencil
With Paulette Cochet
Experience the fascinating art of painting with watercolor and water-soluble colored pencils. Discover the joy of filling your drawings with brush strokes, brilliant washes, and beautiful watercolor effects. The materials list will be sent after registration.
6 Tuesdays, 6/25-8/6, 10:30 am-1 pm, $180 JCC Member / $215 Public (no class 7/2)

Acrylic Painting
With Paulette Cochet  
Discover the amazing versatility and ease of painting with acrylics. Explore a wide range of techniques from thick, luscious brush strokes to fluid and transparent washes. Open to all levels. The materials list will be sent after registration.
6 Wednesdays, 6/26-8/7, 10:30 am-1 pm  $180 JCC Member/$215 Public (no class 7/3)
Sponsored in part by the Lori Braverman Adult Arts and Enrichment Fund

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