Adult Classes


If you have difficulty registering online, please call (541) 772-8118 to register by phone Tuesday through Friday, 10 am to 5 pm and Saturday 11 am to 3 pm.

Tap into Your Creativity!

An opportunity for you to discover your creative side, enjoy a new hobby, or master a new art form. New and seasoned artists get to explore a variety of mediums and techniques.

Adult 2024 Winter/Spring Classes

Intro to Drawing for Adults with Belinda Moffit

5 Sessions, Sundays, February 4–March 3, 2:00pn–4:30pm

In this introductory class, each class will have a short instruction time, a demonstration, followed by practice time with help from the instructor. The students will work through a sketch book which includes lessons, practice pages, and each week’s drawing assignment. At the end of the course the sketch book will serve as the students ‘textbook’ and will showcase all they learned.

Tuition for entire series: Members: $150 Nonmembers: $160
Tuition per class: Members $45 Nonmembers $55

Materials List Intro to Drawing for Adults with Belinda Moffit

Belinda Moffit is a portrait painter with a passion to capture the essence of each person she paints. She is a self-taught artist primarily using classical techniques learned in the Philippines. Pulling from her own art journey, Belinda will teach both classic drawing techniques as well as some of the tricks she’s learned along the way.

Rogue Studio Figure Drawing Sessions

5 Sessions, Tuesdays, February 6 to March 5, 12pm–2:30pm

All skill levels welcome.  All media welcome

Space is limited. Please register in advance.

Two and a half hours of moderated, uninstructed figure drawing sessions with a live model in the Rogue Studio. Adults 18 years and older from beginning to advanced levels are welcome. The sessions will include short gestures and longer sustained poses. Students must provide their own drawing materials. Drawing boards, worktables, and easels are available for use.

Tuition: Members: $55 Nonmembers: $65

Registration: Rogue Studio Figure Drawing Sessions

The Basics of Watercolor with Faye August

3 Sessions, Saturdays, February 17-March 2, 11:30am–2pm

For ages 16 and up. No previous watercolor experience necessary.

This class will focus on learning basic watercolor techniques. Students will learn how to handle both flat and round brushes, how to mix paint with water to achieve perfect color layering, and how to use basic color theory to create impactful paintings. Instruction will include focus on shape, color, and value. Through hands-on practice, participants will learn to create and combine shapes resulting in simple, beautiful vignette paintings.

Tuition for entire series: Members: $95 Nonmembers: $125
Tuition per class: Members $35 Nonmembers $45

Materials List Basics of Watercolor with Faye August

Faye August is an abstract watercolorist. For the past 15 years, she has studied under internationally recognized American contemporary water media artist, teacher, and author Sterling Edwards. For over 10 years, she has been teaching beginning and intermediate watercolor classes. She says, “I wholeheartedly believe that everyone has the capacity to create art. There is much joy and personal satisfaction in creating an art piece just using shapes, colors, textures, and value.” She demonstrates her love of watercolor through sharing her knowledge and teaching techniques that enable students to free their creative spirits.

Composing a Captivating Landscape with Silvia Trujillo

Saturday, March 23, 10am–4pm

Come and learn the basics for creating compelling artwork! Timeless art principles and design elements will be covered in a few easy and understandable steps. Use photo references, your imagination, or both. You will be well on your way to composing an appealing and dynamic landscape!

Tuition: Members $75 Nonmembers $95

Materials List Composing a Captivating Landscape with Silvia Trujillo

Silvia Trujillo is an artist and art instructor in Northern California and Oregon.  She has over 20 years of experience in fine art study, painting, and teaching.  She is a master colorist, emphasizing color relationships and works in both impressionistic and realistic styles.

Registration: Captivating Landscape with Silvia Trujillo

Understanding Art: An Art Talk with Kristen O’Neill

Saturday, March 30, 12–3pm

For Artists and/or Art Appreciators

You’ll learn how to apply the “elements of art” and “principles of design” to artwork – and understand exactly what these terms mean! Kristen will model these ideas by walking you through examples from art history.

If you are an artist, you have the opportunity to have Kristen self-critiquing skills to improve your work and problem solve. Are you ready to cut through the confusion and take your artwork to the next level? Are you ready to save years of learning on your own? This is a great opportunity to apply this knowledge to your own art.

Tuition: Members $5 Nonmembers $10

Kristen O’Neill graduated from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 2003. After moving to Oregon in 2015, Kristen discovered she loved teaching as much as painting. She taught several thousand students in Southern Oregon, and now is the Executive Director of the Rogue Gallery & Art Center. She believes that art is for everyone, it allows us to express ourselves, and connect to our communities.


Registration: Understanding Art with Kristen O'Neill

Mono-Printing with Walt Padgett

Saturday, April 27, 10 am–4 pm

Details and Registration coming soon!

Walt Padgett is an award-winning Oregon printmaker, with over 50 years of teaching experience, including community college, university, public school and private workshop levels.  He personally trained with printmakers Robert McClain, Toshi Yoshida, and Akira Kurosaki, and has been making Japanese woodblock prints since 1978.

Take Your Photography to the Next Level with Tom Glassman

All skill levels welcome. Photography

Dates and times to be determined by student(s) and instructor

Students will learn about tools, accessories, techniques, and lens selection to enhance their photography and printing. Students will be guided in how to look and “see creatively” for impressive photographs – even with a cell phone camera. Classes can be taken individually or as a group. Classes will be customized to what students want to learn and to their time schedule.

TUITION $40 per hour per student

Please contact us at (541) 772-8118 or to arrange days and times.

Tom Glassman has extensive experience in photography.  He was creative director of several ad agencies.  Tom’s first love is still black and white photography, as evidenced by many of his images.  His work is in private collections throughout the U.S.  Tom has taught photography and fine art printing for many years.


We add new classes three times a year, winter/spring, summer and fall. Become a member and receive our class catalogue and get the discounted member rate.

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