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Poetry with Cruwys via Zoom

Join with OHCA resident poet Cruwys Brown and 2010-2012 Poet Laureate of Marin County, CB Follett for an afternoon of poetry exploration, reading and discussion.

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Saturday Perception Workshop

Continuing a 35-year-old tradition, the new Saturday Workshop will hold the space to explore one's creativity and take artistic risks in a safe environment.

Monoprinting w/ CANDIS COUSINS

Monoprinting is a playful, exploratory process requiring neither a press nor a background in art. On a plate of gel or plexiglass, images are made with paint, rollers, sponges, netting, leaves or anything else which might create an interesting pattern. The focus is not upon the finished work, but upon the experience of discovery and making art.

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Tuesday Perception Workshop

One of the core principles Ann O’Hanlon stressed was learning how to see. 
For over 35 years Saturdays were a time to put that into practice. To experiment and discover.

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O’Hanlon Photo Forum

Photo Forum is dedicated to exploring the world and stimulating each other to create more imaginative photographs.

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Creative Writing w/ ABBY WASSERMAN

For all writers. The process is supportive and not academic. Our goal is to elicit strong, beautiful, honest writing through encouragement, feedback, and practice.

Wabi-Sabi Ink Painting w/ SHERRIE LOVLER

Allow your hand and imagination free play as you work with ink and watercolor on paper to create abstract paintings in this East meets West workshop

Monoprinting w/ CANDIS COUSINS

Monoprinting is a playful, exploratory process requiring neither a press nor a background in art. On a plate of gel or plexiglass, images are made with paint, rollers, sponges, netting, leaves or anything else which might create an interesting pattern. The focus is not upon the finished work, but upon the experience of discovery and making art.

Book Event w/ GABRIELLE RILLEAU

Gabrielle Rilleau will be reading and signing copies of her book No Room for Slippage in the O’Hanlon Loft.