(BRANCHBURG, NJ) -- Raritan Valley Community College’s (RVCC) Community Education Department, in conjunction with Art-4-All, is offering a non-credit Fine Arts class for adults this fall. The Fine Arts class will be offered Saturdays at Theatrical Corner (572 Allen Road in Basking Ridge) and Wednesdays/Thursdays at Old York School (580 Old York Road in Branchburg).
The course offers a relaxing and enjoyable art experience for all levels of students, including beginners, and prior art experience is not necessary. Students may work in a variety of media such as drawing, painting, collage and ceramics. Students may select their area of concentration, and the instructor will offer personal guidance. The fee per section is $200. All materials are included in the fee except oil paints, and there is a small charge for ceramics firing.
The classes will be held Saturdays, September 23-December 16 from 11:15am-1:15pm at Theatrical Corner, 572 Allen Road, Basking Ridge; Wednesdays from September 27-November 29 from 10:00am-noon at Old York School, 580 Old York Road, Branchburg; and Thursdays from September 28-December 14 from 7:00pm-9:00pm at Old York School, 580 Old York Road, Branchburg.
To register for the adult Fine Arts course and other Adult Program classes, visit www.raritanval.edu/communityed. The Adult Personal Enrichment office is located on the first floor of Somerset Hall, room S147.
Raritan Valley Community College’s main campus is located at 118 Lamington Road in Branchburg, NJ. Serving Somerset and Hunterdon County residents for close to 50 years, RVCC is an educational and cultural center that is nationally recognized for its innovative programming, service to the community and environmental leadership. The College offers more than 90 associate degrees and certificates, as well as career training, professional development, and adult and youth personal enrichment courses. For further information, visit www.raritanval.edu.
originally published: 2017-09-13 00:00:00
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