You may view the previous live streams of our brown bag lectures on our YouTube page!
The Library holds a series of Brown Bag lunches, presentations and conversations concerning The Josephy Center, our Wallowa community, Indians, and Western history and culture. Programs have examined the Civil War in the West, fire in the Wallowas, the evolution of canyon ranching and horse gear, flint knapping and Indian tools, weeds and plants of the Wallowas, etc.
Brown Bags are generally held first and third Tuesdays at noon, and are open and free to the public.
Brown bags are also offered as live streams to those unable to attend. You can view the live stream link here.
Dan is very excited to present his jazz favorites with some surprise arrangements and originals, live at Josephy!
Join us for an evening of sipping wine(or other beverage of choice) and painting on a 30" x 30" canvas. Students learn various mark making techniques, composition and more. Bring beverages, snacks, and engage in lively conversation. Class concludes with a group critique. Beginners welcome.
Discover the art of drawing with instructor Rodd Ambroson, and learn basic skills that are the foundation for all other disciplines. Absolutely no experience necessary. Eight week session. Ages 14 and up.
Young artists will create a wide diversity of forms using hand-building techniques. Class includes clay, glazes and firing. Preregistration is required.
A great learning experience for 5-7 year olds. Little artists have fun practicing the basics of drawing and painting.
CREATE • LEARN • GROW
In this class for 8-12 year olds, students focus on drawing & painting using a variety of mediums.
Art: © Eva Junkins, Youth Art Fridays Student
Teens learn handbuilding skills to last a lifetime. Great space and a fun, tactile activity.
An incredible opportunity for beginners and returning students in watercolor; painting practice is the tool for exploring the compendium of watercolor rules & techniques. This is an eight-week session for ages 18 and over.