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The Creative Journey I:
Exploration in Drawing & Watercolor 
with Barbara Benda Nagle            

Date:  July 9, 2016 8:30 am to 4:30 pm -
Lunch on your own

Location:  BAGA, 422 E. Front Ave., Bismarck

Cost: of artists. This course includes topics such as sketchbook journaling, making effective value studies, making sense of the color wheel, tips on
creating strong compositions, and learning to deal with the “inner critic.

 About Barbara:  Barbara Benda Nagle was raised in Wahpeton, North Dakota,  Barbara currently lives in Moorhead, Minnesota where she owns Mourning Dove Studio. She has Art Education and Elementary Education degrees from MSUM, Moorhead, Minnesota. After 30 years of teaching in BIA and public schools, she is a full-time artist and community and private art instructor. She is a co-owner and member of Gallery 4 Artist Cooperative in downtown Fargo. She is a signature member of the Red River Watercolor Society ,the FMVA (Fargo-Moorhead Visual Artists), the Plains Art Museum in Fargo, and the Rourke Art Museum in 

Moorhead. Barbara works with watercolor, acrylic, and mixed media collage. She considers herself to be a life-long learner and continues to explore new subjects and techniques in her creation of art.
Her website is: 
www.barbarabendanagle.com.

 

 

A workshop for educators:  
Using the Visual Arts to Teach Life Science

June 29 & 30, 2016
8 am to 5 pm (both days)
at ND Game & Fish Dept., 100 N Bismarck Expressway, Bismarck
Cost:  $45 - supply fee
UND 1 Graduate Credit:  $50

The workshop will be fun and fast paced with many hands-on activities educators can use in their classrooms, discussion of classroom and curriculum integration, and identification of local resources.  North Dakota resources, environment, and wildlife will be emphasized in this workshop.  Field trips will be taken to demonstrate the use of natural areas as classrooms.  Workshop participants will have the opportunity to experiment with different media including clay, watermedia, pastel, and colored pencil.  No previous art experience is required for this workshop.  The workshop is suitable for educators teaching K-12.  


Supply Fee payabe to BAGA
Register for Graduate Credit through UND

 

 

 

 

 



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Refund Policy:  BAGA will refund class registration fees, if notified 7 days or more prior to the begining of a class.  

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