Fairview adding ‘a little color’ to classes, courtesy of museum artists
FAIRVIEW—Fairview will add a little color to its lifestyle with new art classes coming soon, sponsored by the Fairview Museum.
The Fairview Museum has long had the goal of bringing art and music education into the community through outreach programs, and this is another example.
A number of Sanpete County artists will help teach the classes, including prominent artist Gian Ferrari, who will teach a class called “Drawing and the Basics of Art through Different Media,” beginning Tuesday, Sept. 13.
Other topics and instructors include watercolor with Wendy Hacking, oil painting with Marie Lindahl, and drawing, also with Ferrari.
For more information, call the museum at 427-9421, or the teachers themselves. Wendy Hacking may be reached at (435) 469-2184; Gian Ferrari is at (435) 229-1199; and Marie Lindahl’s number is 462-3640.
Classes are held in the newly renovated classrooms of the Horizon (Mammoth) Building in the basement. Supplies for classes may be purchased at the museum gift shop.