Parking in the downtown shopping district is quite restrictive in Wheaton. On street parking Monday thru Saturday is limited to two (2) hours. For this reason we suggest that for most workshops the parking garage directly across the street from the league is the best all day option.
Parking Garage (maximum parking hours)
3 hours........Lower Level, Street Level, and First Ramp
4 hours........Second Level
All day permit only parking on the remaining parking spots on up. Monday thru Friday.
To eliminate the need to shuffle you car midday, we suggest using the all day permit only level which is available to non permit drivers on Saturdays and Sundays.
If a workshop is scheduled for a Friday during the day, the Art League will provide parking permits that have been approved by the Wheaton Police Department. It must be displayed in your car window on the permit level only.
4 Hour Workshop - Colored Pencil on Slate Tile
Want to try something new? Looking for something fun and creative to do on a
Saturday morning? Want to create a unique, handcrafted gift to commemorate
something special? This workshop will enable you to create a beautiful, original colored pencil drawing on a slate tile. Click here for more information
• Exacto knife with multiple blades
• White chalk board chalk for transferring drawing
• Tracing paper
• Graphite pencils for drawing
• Prismacolor pencils for final drawing on slate
• Instructor will provide slate tiles
Intructor: Mary Ann Jimenez
Date(s): Saturday, April 22, 2017 (9:30 AM to 1:30 PM)
How to Use Your Intuition and Imagination to Create Impactful Photographs: A Workshop with Harry H. Hitzeman Jr.
In Part 1, Harry will discuss and illustrate the use of intuitional and archetypal principles to give your photographs the impact and originality to stand out. You will learn how to apply 7 Principles to imbue your unique vision into your photographs. In Part 2, you will bring in several photographs in which you have applied those 7 principles, and receive a critique from Harry about defining your Personal Better. Each workshop participant will receive the 75-page full-color e-book “How to Use Your Imagination and Intuition to Create Impactful Photographs”. Click here for more information
Required: Digital Single Lens Reflex (DSLR) Camera or Point-and- Shoot Camera with controls for Zoom, Focus, and Exposure, Camera User Manual, Charged Battery, Memory Card, Lenses
Part One: Students should bring 3 to 5 photos they have taken to class.
Part Two: Students will need to take photos, have them developed and bring them to Part 2.
Optional Equipment: Tripod, Polarizing Filter, Graduated ND Filter, Remote or Cable Release
Intructor: Harry H. Hitzeman Jr.
Part 1 – Saturday April 29, 2017 (9:00 AM to 12:00 PM)
Part 2 – Saturday, May 6, 2017 (9:00 AM to 12:00 PM)
Cost: $80 total for both sessions