578 West Main Street
Spartanburg, SC  29301
(864) 804 - 6501

            WEST MAIN ARTISTS CO-OP        

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Upcoming Workshops

All workshops will be hosted at the West Main Artists Co-op.  Get Directions


Our Co-op studios, galleries and workshop rooms are all located in a wonderful old church building constructed prior to the 1960's. As such, there are several remnants of its period construction and previous use throughout the building. Unfortunately, this includes the building standards of the time which now prevents our facility from meeting all of today's construction standards including American Disability Act standards. 


While we strive to provide reasonable access for all individuals to our public areas, services and activities, the resources of our small non-profit organization simply cannot support the significant reconstruction necessary to provide total compliance with today's ADA standards. Consequently, there are areas of our facility that may present an accessibility challenge to some and an unavoidable barrier to others. This includes the primary workshop room and artist studios that are located upstairs. 


Because of this we ask anyone signing up for a workshop to please indicate if handicapped access is required, which will allow us to contact you and discuss if, and how we can best meet your needs, including the potential of relocating a workshop to another location.


If handicapped access is required, we encourage you to contact us at workshops@westmainartists.org prior to registering for a workshop.

Fused Glass Garden Stakes

Instructor: Camille Corn (WMAC Guest Artist)
June 14, 2018.  6PM - 8PM
$45

Join Camille Corn, fused glass artist, as she walks you thru the process of creating 3 different garden stakes to brighten up your flower pots and flower beds.

 

Fused Glass Panel

Instructor: Judy Martin (WMAC Member Artist)
June 16, 2018.  10AM - 2PM
$80

Participants will be making an 8x6" glass wall hanging with two layers of glass. It will have a design painted on it, which will be fused into the glass.
This involves cutting glass, grinding, painting (no experience needed) and learning about glass and some of what the glass does at different temperatures in the kiln.