One Day Clay Class Tuesdays 9:00 AM to 11:00 AM 9-week no-pressure workshop sessions $10.00 per class per person - all materials included Two # of studio Clay provided each class ($2.00/# after) 10 to 15 people per class, five people Minimum Adult Classes – 18 years and older Are you considering taking a ceramic clay class but don’t want to commit to an extended period of weekly classes and open studio time? One Day Clay could be for you. During ODC class, expect to complete one piece of artwork each Tuesday. Or not! Sometimes people just want [...]
Holly Dowidat of Dowidat Ceramics invites you to HAEC for an intimate, hands-on clay experience! As visiting artist Dowidat will take you on a six-week beginner’s wheel-throwing class. Focusing on the fundamentals of throwing, you will learn the step-by-step procedures of creating functional wares like bowls, mugs, and other pieces.
Art Hearts – Valentine Workshop Series Saturdays, January 21st through February 11th [Separate Occurrences] 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM $10.00 each day, all materials included 20 maximum participants – no minimum K through 5th grade Program Description: Make and take a set of valentines! Each week, selected materials and techniques will be explored to make a set of 5 Valentine’s Cards. People are welcome to attend one workshop or all four. Keep your valentines or give them to loved ones on Valentine’s Day. Attendees will also learn about contemporary history and fun facts about the holiday. Schedule [...]
Katy serves as Director of Huntington Arts & Entrepreneurial Center and has been working professionally in the art field since 2007. Like many other creatives, Katy has practiced and enjoyed art from a very young age and considered herself an artist long before receiving a bachelor’s degree in fine arts. Today she invests time into developing and helping artists find opportunities in the creative world. In 2021 Katy was trained to instruct the Indiana Arts Commission’s “On-Ramp Creative Entrepreneur Course” that was held as a satellite program for the state at HAEC and several other sites in Indiana. This opportunity provided professional growth and led to an interest in holding smaller arts business workshops at HAEC. Katy has previously held many creative workshops and continues volunteering and organizing public art events.
Chef Jason Winterfeld has 20 years of experience in the culinary field. Before starting his own business, Jason specialized in fine dining. He served as Executive Chef of The Twenty at The Charley Creek Inn in Wabash Indiana. Beginning his career as a banquet chef at North Star in Huntington, Jason continued to elevate his skills. He later moved on to work for Orchard Ridge Country Club and Landmark Banquet Center in Fort Wayne. The team at JB’s Cuisine Machine have worked out of the HAEC Culinary Kitchen for catering and food truck business. Jason is happy to use the teaching space to share skills with the community. He dedicates himself to preparing food from the best ingredients. Offering culinary opportunities to people in his hometown is a new and exciting venture.
Kris Hurst is an abstract artist who enjoys working with a variety of mediums including paint, mixed media and found materials. Kris has taught art classes in schools and community centers, with a particular focus on the connections between math and art. She loves trying new things with her students, where everyone learns something new. Kris is a graduate of Indiana University with a degree in Fine Arts. She has exhibited her work in the Midwest and has been recognized by the mayor’s office for her work.
The Huntington native and HNHS graduate, furthered her artistic education earning a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from Indiana University. Katy completed extensive coursework in advanced drawing and figure drawing. Her main area of focus was on fine art printmaking. Katy now works for Pathfinder Services as Director of the Huntington Arts & Entrepreneurial Center. She finds joy in working with people and sharing creative skills and artistic resources.
Jodi Krumel has been a teaching artist, with a concentration in Ceramics, since 2004. After graduating from IU Bloomington in 1998 with a BA in Studio Fine Arts, and a BA in African American Studies, they have slowly built up a resume of working in numerous nonprofit programs throughout the Indianapolis, including Artmix, AYS, Indy Parks, IPS and the Indianapolis Art Center. Giving students an opportunity to express themselves, and heal through the creative process, has been a great life privilege.