Lincoln City’s Learning Feast
Satisfy your appetite for learning during Lincoln City’s spring Learning Feast, April 3-18. Sample some Italian cooking or learn how to do a therapeutic couple’s massage or dance, draw or sketch. There are about 15 classes to choose from, offered at the Lincoln City Cultural Center and Lincoln City Culinary Center. Prices range from $8 to $455.
Chef Sharon Wiest of the Lincoln City Culinary Center will offer two classes: Hands-On Italian Cooking with Chef Pati D’Eliseo from A Posto Personal Chefs and Hands-On Baking with Rockfish Bakery and their chef, Danelle Lochrie.
Bob Gibson, professional photographer from Bluewater Photography, will teach Beginning, Intermediate, and Advanced Digital Photography. Gibson’s classes take the aspiring photographer to new levels of competence through hands-on learning.
Nicole O’Brien will offer Introduction to Dance and Adult Contemporary Dance. The joy of movement fills these classes. No experience necessary.
Sculptor Jill Townsend will teach artists, massage therapists, and fitness experts anatomy through the creation of an ecorche or anatomical figure from oil-based clay on an armature. This six-day workshop will leave students with a reference to use for years to come.
Artist Krista Eddy will teach Sketchbook Journaling and Beginning Drawing. The first day of the Sketchbook Journaling class will involve the creation of a sketchbook journal. The second day will focus on sketchbook entries.
Tamara Merry, LMT, and Amber Fox, LMT, from Back in Touch will teach couples how to administer a therapeutic massage. The class is a great way to get closer to your partner.
Artist Vonelle Swanson will offer Shell Printing. Shell Printing involves the use of a variety of shells with acrylic and metallic water colors on rice paper.
Lyle and Arlene Gowing will teach individual classes in weaving and spinning. The class includes 30 days’ use of the textile center’s equipment.
For more information or to register call 541-994-9994. The Lincoln City Cultural Center offers performances, fine arts, classes, and visitor information inside the former DeLake School at 540 NE Hwy. 101 in Lincoln City.