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Is a Class at Volcano Arts
Studio Right For You?

  • You aren't afraid to try new things, to investigate and to be creative.
  • You love small, rural towns in the beautiful Sierra Nevada foothills.
  • You love the exchange of ideas and creative osmosis of a retreat, but without the crowds.
  • You are serious about learning and sharing.
  • You prefer a small class and the one-on-one time of a professional instructor, book artist and metalsmith.
  • You are over 18 years old.
  • You follow direction well, especially where safety is concerned.
  • You play well with others.
  • You don't mind when things go wrong, especially if it gives us a chance to learn and experiment.
  • You love sharing a large, comfortable studio with lots of artwork, tools, toys and books.
  • You aren't allergic to cats (or are willing to suffer for your art).
  • You don't run with scissors or partake in other unsafe behavior.
  • You want the entire learning experience, rather than learning from kits or using pre-cut materials.
  • You love the spontaneity of like-minds working in an environment rich with tools and inspiration from multiple disciplines.
  • You love an informal classroom/studio rich in learning, and laughter.

Is this you? Then go back to the class schedule

Bookbinding and kits

Metalsmithing and
silver soldering

Soft soldering and stained glass

Eyelets, etc.

Storage

Marbled paper
and marbling supplies

Books and videos

Embellishments
and mica

Sales and specials

Newsletter

Classes

The Muse

Idea center

Site index

Home