Youth & Adult Classes

CRAG sponsors a summer art camp for young people.  The art classes will be instructed by the art teacher, Tammy Jeralds, and held at the
elementary school in Pittsburg, New Hampshire starting Monday, June 19, 2023 to June 30, 2023 and will run from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. Monday through Friday. 

Resin class (Last year people did a lazy susan) at the Great North Woods Center for the Arts from 10 am to 1 pm on Saturday, September 30th.  Participants pay $20 each for supplies.  To sign up for the class, please contact Margery Bradshaw at [email protected]

Sugar Skulls decorating party of the Mexican  Day of the Dead celebration.  Come join the fun at the Tillotson Center October 21, 2023 at 10-Noon.
Sign up early as space is limited.  Price is $20 and includes supplies.

If you’ve never have painted watercolors and would like to give it a try then this is for you.   Class starts at 10 til noon, at the Center of The Great North Woods  on October 7th , 2023.     Price is $20 and includes supplies.

To sign up for the sugar skulls and watercolor classes, please contact Barbara Nedd at [email protected].

Classes for adults are held in various locations throughout the region.  For more information, please see our press releases in the Colebrook News and Sentinel and Colebrook Chronicle, visit our Facebook page, call 603-237-9302 or contact Deb Sargent at [email protected].

Photo of Pat Klinefelter and some “budding” artists during the sip and paint event during the Moose Festival in Canaan. Over 15 participants created a painting that they took home with them. The event was sponsored by the Connecticut River Artisan Group (CRAG) and the Time Out Tavern in Canaan.
Photo of from left to right Marie Gorman, Tom Jackson, Hazel Meyers and standing Beverly Cameron and Gerry Britt with the baskets they created during a class at the Coos County Nursing Hospital that was instructed by Linda Lomasney.
The class was sponsored by the Connecticut River Artisan Group (CRAG) and funded by a grant from the New Hampshire State Council on the Arts.
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