Classes & Workshops 

Classes are located at the Arts Center in Blue Mountain Lake
unless otherwise indicated.

Please call us at 518-352-7715 for your reservation
or click on the provided link to reserve your spot online.

 

Discover your inner chef
with the Arts Center! 

The AC invites you to join Blue Mountain Center’s
Chef Alan Stafford for cooking classes


Saturday, April 8, 2017 from 9:30 A.M. to 1:00 P.M.
– RSVP by April 3, 2017

Tasting Menu - Chicken Tikka Masala, Sag Paneer, Baigan Bharta Eggplant with Saffron rice and Raita

This class takes you East to India to enjoy classic Indian dishes of Chicken Tikka Masala seasoned with various spices including garlic, ginger, turmeric, garam masala, coriander and tomatoes. The main dish will be accompanied by Sag Paneer – cooked spinach studded with fried cheese cubes. Baigan Bharta eggplant is prepared next and served with saffron rice and finished with a classic condiment of Raita made with yogurt, cucumber, and banana to cool your palate.
Classes Are $20 for Arts Center’s Members; $30 for Soon-To-Be-Members

Note: Maximum 8 Participants Per Class

Reservations can be made by contacting Christine at
christine@adirondackarts.org or 518-352-7715

     

 

THE ART OF PYSANKY:
PYSANKY EGG DECORATING


Learn the Art of Pysanky – wax-resist egg decorating –

No more pastel eggs for you! Using traditional tools and methods, Jim Hutt of French-Canadian and German descent, will teach egg decorators how to create traditional or non-traditional Ukrainain style designs on their egg using a wax-resist method (like batik). The term Pysanka means to write, and kistkas (wax pens) are used to keep each dyed color separate (from lightest to darkest) by covering it with beeswax. When all the colors have been applied, the beeswax is melted off and the beautifully decorated egg is revealed.

Participants should bring fresh eggs, not blown; fresh from hens if possible. Dye colors show best on white eggs, but brown eggs can add an interesting variety. Pysanky hazards include breaking eggs in a variety of ways, so bring extras.

Saturday, April 15, 2017 from 1 to 4 p.m.

Fee for this class: $10 per person for Arts Center members; fee for non-members is $20 per person. Class fee includes all special Pysanky materials and instruction. Please bring your own eggs.

This class is limited to 24 participants.

Register and prepay online or call 518-352-7715

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