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Art Classes – Printmaking

You Can Make Prints!

River Region Art Association is offering a New ADULT Class: “Printmaking for Fun! With Kathy Bourgeois.

“Printmaking for Fun”  with Kathy Bourgeois

 

We’ll make prints at the Depot Art Gallery.

Classes will be taught on Monday evenings, 6 – 8 pm.

Dates are: Sept 9, 16, 23, 30, Oct 7 and 14.

$100 Tuition – pay River Region Art Association.

$15  Supply fee – pay teacher at the first class

 

$100 Tuition – pay River Region Art Association.

$15  Supply fee – pay teacher at the first class.

Find our registration form @ RiverRegionArtAssociation.org

NEW Location: 320 E. Ascension St, Gonzales, LA 70737

(225) 644-8496   Open  Wed-Sat 11-4:30  &  Sunday 12-4:00

$100 Tuition – pay River Region Art Association.

$15  Supply fee – pay teacher at the first class

Fees: $100 Tuition – pay River Region Art Association.

$15  Supply fee – pay teacher at the first class

$15 Supply fee – you may pay the teacher at the first class.

 

Kathy will engage you in several types of prints, gel prints, stamps, collagraph, using ordinary Styrofoam and linoleum prints.

 

You must register early for this class because you are really going to have a wonderful experience!

Find our registration form @ RiverRegionArtAssociation.org

 

You will find our registration form on our website:

@riverregionartassociation.org

 

We’ll make prints at the Depot Art Gallery.

 

Call us at the Depot Art Gallery, 225-644-8496 for more information. Class is held

at 320 E. Ascension St, Suite C, Gonzales, LA.

Our hours are: Wed – Sat 11:00-4:30 and Sun 12:00-4:00

You can find out more at, rraa@riverregionartassociation.org or

www.riverregionartassociation.org

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CCA Ascension Chapter Banquet

September 19, 2019

What We Do

Dollars raised at our banquet will stay in Louisiana to help fund our habitat, conservation, and advocacy programs. Through our advocacy work and the support of over 23,000 CCA members we were able to assist in one of the most significant updates to America’s saltwater fishing regulations in more than 40 years, The Modern Fish Act. Read more about that here.

Through our habitat restoration projects we have installed many marsh-building floating islands projects and numerous artificial fishing reefs which create new habitat for fish and help restore our coastal estuaries.

https://e.givesmart.com/events/dVp/

 

 

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