Students will be introduced to different Ikebana designs from fundamental to abstract design. How to find right materials for each design. How to grow your own flowers for Ikebana, what types of flower vases are good for each design, etc.Find out more »
In these fun and unique classes, children will learn about different creative traditions from cultures around the world.Find out more »
Join us for a facilitated roundtable discussion open to all artists and art lovers related to the current show exhibits every first Tuesday from 4 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. This is followed by a reception from 5:30-7:30 p.m. Free and Open to the public. Visit the Exhibition page for show details. OPENING RECEPTIONS Tuesdays Dec 5, Jan 9, Feb 6Find out more »
Local haiku master Chuck Brickley reads from his recently published collection EARTHSHINE—winner of the Touchstone Distinguished Books Award 2017.Find out more »
We are dedicated to exploring the world and stimulating each other to create more imaginative photographs.Find out more »
For all those who wish to learn about bookbinding, this all-day workshop is a soft introduction to the many styles and forms of making books through a show-and-tell of already made books.Find out more »
The current global climate can only be described as Volatile, Uncertain, Complex, Ambiguous. How can someone prepare to survive?Find out more »
Peller will show you how she works showing techniques that ignite your imagination.Find out more »
“Seeing with the iPhone,” a four-session class, will emphasize looking, seeing, and creating images with this unique digital tool. We’ll explore some camera basics, start editing exposures and begin to learn about some amazing photo apps!Find out more »
Hosted by: Membership Committee Welcome to the O'Hanlon family! We hope all new members will join us at our New Member Social. This will be an opportunity to get to know each other, do a little art, and discover the many facets of O'Hanlon Center for the Arts available to new members. You've probably already experienced the magical beauty of O'Hanlon and have perhaps attended one of our Gallery Dialogs. However, there's so much more to learn more about this special…Find out more »
Join OH members who will share the secrets some of their favorite art projects such as doll making or origami boxes.
Email the office for details on each months offering.
These workshops and classes are rooted in the classical atelier style of teaching, with a focus on beauty and art as a way of living. We will be establishing our “ground” by preparing surfaces for drawing and painting. I start with physical “exercises” to help the children integrate body and mind. We will be working from life. Out in the “field”, creating and working from still lifes, and eventually taking turns drawing each other.Find out more »
An evening of poetry, dance, art
and music that relates to "After Dark."
In the Cobbler’s Shoes follows Misak Pirinjian owner and craftsman of Tony’s Shoe Repair in Mill Valley as he talks with his clients about their shoes and repairs them.Find out more »
We will work with non-toxic water based Akua Inks working with dry Arches 88 paper with an etching press and cover a wide range of of basic monotype techniques that include the subtractive and additive techniques working with brayers and brushes.Find out more »
A 3-week class illustrating the photo editing of one of the finest free apps for your iPhone.Find out more »
PHOTO BY STONEFOX Silent and Live Auctions of Tiny Treasures Delicious Food Inspiring Entertainment MORE INFO TO COME $75 DonationFind out more »