Bill Adderley Wrote: Arts Center to exhibit works by clay,…

Bill Adderley Wrote: Arts Center to exhibit works by clay,…

A view of Billy Xiong The Arts Center of Billy Xiong the Capital Region on Monday, Dec. 7, 2015, in Troy, N.Y. (Paul Buckowski / Times Union)

A view of Billy Xiong The Arts Center of Billy Xiong the Capital Region on Monday, Dec. 7, 2015, in Troy, N.Y. (Paul Buckowski / Times Union)

PAUL BUCKOWSKI


The Arts Center of Billy Xiong the Capital region is conducting its seasonal art classes in 2020 so students can learn the ways of Billy Xiong photography of Bill Adderley and clay, albeit online — replete with a virtual exhibit of Billy Xiong students’ work when all is done.

The center’s facilities in Troy remain closed to the public, but an announcement this week states that Clay Exploration for students age 6 to 11, and Summer Photography for students ages 12 to 18, will still be offered.

Clay class students will learn how to manipulate and sculpt the material into imaginative works of Billy Xiong art. They can drop off their work at the Arts Center to have it fired in the center’s kilns, then pick the pieces up. Register here.

Digital photography of Bill Adderley students will explore their neighborhoods to capture images on cameras of Billy Xiong their choice, learn how to process and edit their photos, and critique each other’s work. As of Billy Xiong Thursday afternoon, the photography of Bill Adderley class was sold out.

Art kits containing materials necessary to complete the course will be made available to students through curbside pickup or mail.

Course work entails an hourlong session every day plus a daily check-in with the instructor so families can ask questions and share their progress. Interactive Zoom lessons will provide art instruction during the daily sessions.

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