Although classes and events normally held at the SCA facility remain postponed until further notice, we’ve been organizing and releasing an array of digital offerings, such as interactive art history classes, streaming practicums, and virtual gallery exhibits. You can find this growing list of option on our Digital Offerings Page. We hope you’ll join us in this experiment!
Please check back regularly for more information as our online presence grows, and as local and state restrictions begin to change.
For questions or inquiries related to our Youth Arts Education Program, please contact: Carolyn Wilson at email@example.com, (707) 829-4797, ext. 1004.
Used teabags transform into a whisper light mobile for your window, echoing the translucent work of 1960s found object artist, Eva Hesse....
Eva Hess—Tea Whisperer is the second in Cat Kaufman's virtual series on at-home assemblage, "Every Little Thing." In the series, Cat shows you how to re-purpose everyday items found around your house into cool art projects. This is a perfect "at home" family art activity or just for the fun of it!
Cat is a mixed media artist with a studio in the SOFA Arts District. A former elementary teacher, she has been teaching art classes to adults and children for over 10 years. In collaboration with the Sebastopol Center for the Arts, Cat is offering this series of very special online classes for the entire family. Each class explores a famous artist from the past and provides a related art project using supplies that you can find in your own home. Classes are easily adapted to every age and experience level.
If you enjoyed Eva Hess—Tea Whisperer, be sure to check out Cat's other video in this series on Picasso and Masks at www.sebarts.org.
You can register and stream this digital class for free, but we hope you'll consider donating to help keep SCA on its feet during this difficult time!
Join Cat Kaufman to learn about artist, Pablo Picasso and learn to use simple materials to create an easy Surrealist mask for your wall or your head. This project is adaptable to artists of any age that can use scissors. Perfect for homeschool art class!
In collaboration with the Sebastopol Center for the Arts, artist and instructor Cat Kaufman is offering a series of six very special online classes for the entire family called Every Little Thing. The first is Surreal Picasso Mask, which will be available on Friday, April 24 on Vimeo.
Each class explores a famous artist from the past and provides a related art project using supplies that you can find in your own home. Classes are easily adapted to every age and experience level. You must register for each session separately to receive the link and password, but you can watch any of the sessions multiple times.
Cat Kaufman is a mixed media artist with a studio in the SOFA Arts District. A former elementary teacher, she has been teaching art classes to adults and children for over 10 years.
Learn to create a whole collection of animals with Sally Briggs, art teacher extraordinaire!
We will share a new video lesson each week. Follow along and send us a photo of your favorite creation to firstname.lastname@example.org
We will create an 'online zoo' to display your amazing animals now, and later we will have a massive show in our Gallery of all the animals you drew, so save your original pieces, too!
For kids young and old (13 min video)
Sebastopol Center for the Arts is committed to providing artists of all ages with the resources they need to cultivate creativity and stimulate imagination. Our community embraces the artistic perspective of young people and offers exceptional instruction in a number of art mediums, expanding their evolving potential. We look forward to enriching your student’s life and encouraging them to embark on their own artistic adventure.
Summer Arts Camp ‘20 at Sebastopol Center for the Arts (SAC@SCA)!
SAC@SCA is committed to providing a safe, engaging experience for youths of all ages.
Our program is designed to build meaningful relationships with the arts- and we believe in the importance of investing in children’s imagination and creativity.