June Programs

June Classes and Workshops

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Dance Fitness with Elizabeth Parry  

Looking to spend some time dancing and having fun while getting fit? Join us for dance fitness, a class for all ages and all fitness levels. Dance fitness incorporates dance, cardio and toning for a full-body workout. Participants will leave feeling confident and strong, not to mention ready to hit the dance floor!   Suggested class attire: workout clothes and sneakers, water bottle and towel

8 Week Class!
Asheboro: RAG Performance Hall 1: Every Saturday June 8-August 3  11:00-12:00PM
Members $45.00     Non- Members $50.00
Ages 15+

Artist Bio: Elizabeth Parry is a fourth-grade teacher for Asheboro City Schools. Along with teaching, Elizabeth teaches beginning ballet, tap and jazz at Studio J dance center and teaches dance fitness at the local YMCA. She is in the process of receiving her M.Ed in Health and Wellness Education, and enjoys being part of community programs including local RSVP.



Fondant Fun: Creating A Unicorn Cake with Jan Logsdon

In this class students will be making a unicorn cake while learning several fondant and buttercream techniques. Students will go home with a 2 layer 6″ completed cake to enjoy with their family and friends!

Asheboro: RAG Performance Hall 2: Tuesday June 11  6:00-9:00PM
Members $35.00     Non-Members 40.00
All Materials Supplied Ages 15+

Artist Bio: With over 30 years’ experience in cake artistry, Jan Logsdon uses many different mediums to complete her cakes, including buttercream piping, fondant, fondant sculpting, sugar veil lace, chocolate, and royal icing. She has won several cake and cupcake competitions throughout the years and her cakes are featured every year at the Partnership For Children gala. Working with fondant has become her latest passion, with 3D sculpting being her focus.



Summer Glass Mosaic with April Caldwell

Learn how to work with mosaic glass, while creating a small stained glass mosaics design by the students. We will be nipping our own glass, gluing our stained glass onto a small, framed plate of glass in a design of each students’ own making. Once our glue has set over night, we will grout between the glass pieces within the frame. The end result will be a fabulous product to take home.

2 Day Class!
Asheboro: RAG Fiber Arts/Kiln Room: Saturday June 15 and Saturday June 22  1:00-3:00PM
Members $65.00     Non-Members $70.00
All Materials Supplied Ages 15+

Artist Bio: Full time artist and an affiliate member of the Stained Glass Association of America, (SGAA), as well as the Randolph Arts Guild in Randolph County North Carolina, April Caldwell works out of her small home studio located in her childhood town of Asheboro. Her career as an artist began in 2017 when she realized this beautiful trade was not a regularly practiced art-form here in our area. Begin there are very few master stained glass artists in the area, April decided to use technology to her advantage, and learned from the masters through their online resources and by reading their books. Though April’s humble demeanor still considers herself an amateur in this field, her work will tell you otherwise. “Every time my imagination inspires me to create a new piece, I learn something new. My hope is to pass on this knowledge to others and maybe make stained glass art a less intimidating art form.” April currently teaches glass art at the Arts Guild.


Oil Studio Class with Jared Slack

Oil painting is a time honored art form. In Jared’s 8 week long studio-class, you will explore color and design while working with still life, landscape, portraits, and abstraction. You will learn how to create as an individual and will paint your own original paintings.

Asheboro: RAG Fine Arts Room: Thursdays June 20-August 15 6:00-8:00PM
Members $160.00     Non-Members $180.00
Please see material list below   Ages 15+

Artist Bio: Jared is an award winning painter who has been the featured artist in exhibitions in Indiana, Ohio, Georgia, Virginia, and North Carolina. He has been featured in a number of galleries and is active on the Art Fair Circuit. Jared has done art work for a museum catalog, as well as commissions for corporations and individuals.
He loves being outside in nature and has been influenced by the variety of landscapes that he has lived in. For this reason, nature’s influence is very present in his paintings, both abstract and representational. Growing up a 4th generation painter, one instinctively loves learning about and being surrounded by art.  Jared has taught college courses in painting, design, drawing, and Art Pedagogy at Greensboro College, Central Carolina Community College, the University of Southern Indiana, Miami University, and Sinclair Community College. He taught Middle School art in Macon, Georgia, and Elementary Art in Lynchburg, Virginia. Jared has also taught private art lessons to adults and children. “I love the idea of passing on something I enjoy to others and hope through art they too find the beauty in the world around them.”  Jared just completed a sucessful show here at the Sarah Smith-Self Gallery in May, displaying and selling several of his stunning pieces to Randolph County.

Materials Needed:  4- 16 x 20 canvas, assortment of paint brushes (for oil painting or multi use), pallette paper, pallette knife, 2B pencil and sharpener, inexpensive sketch book, oil paints starter set, brush cleaning jar, something to carry supplies in. (see links to Hobby Lobby suggestions below)


*note: some of these items may or may not be on sale.  We recommend you always use the online 40% off coupon for non sale items