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Chautauqua Institution
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Established
1874
Program Description
Pastel, watercolor, & oriental painting; drawing, basketry, calligraphy, egg decorating, needlework, papermaking, restoring furniture, origami, celtic knotwork, beading, rug hooking are some of the classes offered
Programs/Year
35+
Program Length
1 wk
Group Size or S:T Ratio
12-15:1
Program Focus
Ceramics/Pottery, Collage, Decorative Art, Drawing, Paper/Fiber, Folk/Native, Furniture, Metals, Sculpture, Wood, Painting
Faculty
Artists/craftpersons include J. Colbert, G. Grishkoff, K. Koop, P. Freet, E. Smith, M. Boysen, M. Pritz, N. Whitermore, D. Currin, J. Rider, M. Boyle, C. Townsend, B. Young, P. Henry, J. Voell, K. White, D. Burghardt, J. Phillips, C. Jacobus
Costs
$180/gate pass to enter the facility & travel freely, $40-$80/3-5 sessions, may be additional fee for materials
U.S. Locations
Chautauqua, New York
Months
June, July, August
Contact
Chautauqua Institution
One Ames Avenue
Chautauqua, NY 14722
United States
Phone: 716-357-6200, 800-836-ARTS
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