Little Works

Josephy Center for Arts & Culture 403 N Main St, Joseph, OR

The Josephy Center is proud to announce our winter fundraiser that supports our Youth Arts Program.

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Chess Club

Josephy Center for Arts & Culture 403 N Main St, Joseph, OR

Free and open to all ages, longest running Chess Club in Eastern Oregon.

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Walk-in Wednesday Workshop

Josephy Center for Arts & Culture 403 N Main St, Joseph, OR

Various medium disciplines every Wednesday.
No pre-registration required. Just walk right in!

20.00$
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FOUNDATIONS for BEGINNERS in CERAMICS

Josephy Center for Arts & Culture 403 N Main St, Joseph, OR

Claymaking at its finest! Come learn handbuilding skills and have fun doing it.
Clay, glaze and firing included. Preregistration required.

190.00$
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CERAMICS for ages 7-11

Josephy Center for Arts & Culture 403 N Main St, Joseph, OR

Young artists will create a wide diversity of forms using hand-building techniques. Class includes clay, glazes and firing. Preregistration is required.

90.00$
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DRAWING & PAINTING for ages 5-7

Josephy Center for Arts & Culture 403 N Main St, Joseph, OR

CREATE • LEARN • GROW
In a fun enriching eight week class for 5-7 year olds exploring drawing & painting, letting their imaginations take charge.

90.00$
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DRAWING & PAINTING for ages 8-12

Josephy Center for Arts & Culture 403 N Main St, Joseph, OR

CREATE • LEARN • GROW
In this class for 8-12 year olds, students focus on drawing & painting using a variety of mediums.

90.00$
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CERAMICS for ages 12-17

This handbuilding class for teens will give them the foundation to create in clay successfully. Class includes clay, glazes and firing. Preregistration is required.

90.00$

Little Works Closing Reception

Josephy Center for Arts & Culture 403 N Main St, Joseph, OR

This closing reception is a special shopping day. We will provide refreshments, kids activities, and additional sales on books and art supplies, all proceeds will go to support Youth Art Programming.

COLLAGE MAKING w. Janis Carper

Josephy Center for Arts & Culture 403 N Main St, Joseph, OR

Create a collage using a plethora of techniques and materials with Wallowa county's very own triple threat—Janis Carper.
Great gift giving idea- just in time for the holidays, or keep for yourself!

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November Book Group: Little Literary Works

Josephy Center for Arts & Culture 403 N Main St, Joseph, OR

We invite you to read the attached short stories and then join us at noon on Tuesday, December 13th, at the Josephy Center to talk about these short pieces--and others you love. We can look at and talk about the Little Art Works as well.

Maxville Heritage Interpretive Center and Josephy Center for Arts and Culture Present: Timber Culture

Josephy Center for Arts & Culture 403 N Main St, Joseph, OR

We are excited to announce that Josephy Center will be hosting Timber Culture a traveling exhibit and exploration into cultural heritage in the Pacific Northwest. The exhibit depicts the lives of loggers and their families drawn together from different cultures during the great migration, presenting an inclusive look at Oregon's multicultural logging communities.

Women’s Exhibit 2023 – Call to Artists

Josephy Center for Arts & Culture 403 N Main St, Joseph, OR

JCAC is excited to bring back our annual Women's Art Exhibit for 2023. The theme for Women's History Month 2023 is "Celebrating Women Who Tell Our Stories ." We invite artists to submit artwork to our call - it can follow this theme or can be open to artists work that want to be apart of the Women's Art Show without be constricted to a theme. 

Former Students of Gary Wishart- Call to Artists

Josephy Center for Arts & Culture 403 N Main St, Joseph, OR

If you are a former student of Enterprise High School Art Teacher Gary Wishart (1976-2002)? and/or Gary’s brother, Larry Wishart, who taught elementary and junior high art, we want you! Submit current or recent artwork for consideration for the “Wishart” exhibit at the Josephy Center for Arts and Culture, June 22nd-July 22nd, 2023.