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Arts & Crafts

Acrylic Painting for Fun

Instructor:  Ellen Hansen

Email: hanseng@linnbenton.edu

541-730-5470


 Suggested supplies:   If you do not have some of these supplies at home, and it is difficult to get them you can get by with the materials you do have.


Acrylic Paint in the tube: Cadmium Red, Cadmium Yellow, Ultramarine blue, White, Sap green or Hookers Green, Yellow Ocher, Raw Sienna and Burnt Sienna. 4 oz tubes of paint are recommended as you will use a lot of paint and the small tubes in the sets do not provide enough paint for the entire class. 
Water container, at least 8 cup size, can be left over plastic bowl.
Paper towels.
Brushes; bristle or synthetic, ½” flat and numbers 8 and 12 round.
Palette knife; plastic or metal.
Palette; can be anything white and firm to put your paint on; such as a white plate, styrofoam meat tray, plastic cool whip lid.  
Plastic bag to put your palette in; can be ziplock or other.
Mister bottle.
Canvas paper, 9” X 12” or canvas boards, 8” X 10” or canvases.
If using canvas paper, something to staple your canvas paper to, such as: foam board, thick poster board or cardboard.
Pencil and acrylic erasure.
Table top easel if you like working on an easel but not required.   
Rubber gloves if you don’t like getting paint on your hands, but acrylic washes off easily with soap and water.
Old shirt or apron if you don’t want to get paint on your clothes. 
Drop cloth for the table; can be large plastic trash bag or plastic tablecloth. 

Please call or email me if you have any questions about the class or supplies. 

 


Art Supply Sources


The Frame House                                    Art Department Inc

434 W. 1st Ave                                         254 Commercial St NE 

Albany, OR 97321                                   Salem, OR 97301

541-928-7676                                           503-364-7465


Michael’s                                                 Hobby Lobby

Corvallis, OR                                            Heritage Mall

                                                                   Albany, Oregon   

Fred Meyer’s

Albany, OR


Oregon Art Supply                                 The Merri Artist

1020 Pearl St.                                          421 NE 3rd St

Eugene, OR 97401                                 McMinnville, OR 97128

1-866-683-2787                                     503-472-1684

www.oregonartsupply.com


Dick Blick Art Supplies

www.dickblick.com


Cheap Joe’s Art Stuff

www.cheapjoes.com

 

 

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Advanced & Intermediate Watercolor Painting

Instructor:  Ellen Hansen

Email: hanseng@linnbenton.edu

541-730-5470

 

Suggested supplies:   If you do not have some of these supplies at home, and it is difficult to get them you can get by with the materials you do have.


Watercolor paints: Indigo, *Ultramarine Blue, *Cadmium Red, *Cadmium Yellow, Raw Umber, Burnt Sienna, Sap Green, Alizarin Crimson Hue, Yellow Ochre, and Chinese White
Small (size 4), Medium (size8) and Large (size 12) round watercolor brushes.
140’ cold press paper watercolor paper.
Pencil and art gum eraser.
Foam board if not using Arches block paper. This is to secure your watercolor paper so that it does not buckle when wet. You will only need this by the 5th class. You can but the large piece of foam board in half for easier handling.
Masking tape to secure watercolor paper to hard surface.
Something for a palette, has to be white, like a top to whip cream or a white plate, not paper.
Container for water, cottage cheese container will do.
Large trash bag to use as drop cloth.
Paper towels, just a few.
Small sketch book or plain paper like copy paper for doing sketches.
Box, bag or something to put it all in.

This is the recommended list of supplies. You really only have to have 

a medium round (6 or 8) watercolor brush 
140 lb cold press watercolor paper
a water container
the red
yellow
blue tube watercolor paint (preferably at least student quality) pigment listed above, pencil
paper
erasure. 

All of the other while recommended can be purchased as you continue in the class if you prefer.


You may also want to have:

Masking fluid Drinking straw
Toothbrush Cheap brush to use with masking fluid
Small Spray Bottle Mask pen
Sketchbook Mask pick up
Ruler White gouache or white acrylic paint
Folder for handouts Sea sponge
Elegant Writer, black, calligraphy pen Salt

* items are the only required colors.


A word about purchasing your watercolor supplies:

If you are not sure if you will continue doing watercolors or just want to take it slow, I recommend beginning with student grade watercolor supplies. You can always upgrade to artist quality gradually.


A good student grade watercolor paper is Strathmore 140 lb cold press paper and you can find that at Hobby Lobby, Fred Meyers and Michaels. You should probably purchase a size about 12" X 15". Good student grade watercolors are VanGogh found at Hobby Lobby or Cotman found at Michaels. You want to look for brushes that are medium priced and are a blend of natural and synthetic. Michael’s has Cotman and Robert Simmons which are both good quality brushes. I don't know if you can find Princeton or not in Albany or Corvallis, but if you can find Princeton 4050 they are good without being expensive. I know Dick Blick has them online.


If you want artist quality, Arches 140 lb cold press paper is excellent and you can find full sheets at Hobby Lobby. You can then cut these sheets down to the size you want, just be careful handling all watercolor paper as your fingers leave oil on the paper and shows up when you paint.


Windsor Newton is artist quality paint but very expensive. It can be found at Hobby Lobby and Michaels. M Graham is also artist quality paint and can be found at The Frame Shop on First Street as well as Arches paper.


Dick Blick, Daniel Smith, and American Journey and many other artist quality brands of watercolor paint are sold online as well as many other brands of paper and brushes.


Hope you find this helpful, but if you have any other questions regarding the class content or supplies, please call or email me.


I am looking forward to meeting you,

Ellen Hansen

541-730-5470

hanseng@linnbenton.edu

 

 

Advanced Mono Printing Techniques
 

Instructor:  Peggy Joyce

Email:  joycep@linnbenton.edu


 Suggested supplies:   If you do not have some of these supplies at home, and it is difficult to get them you can get by with the materials you do have.


List of supplies 

Acrylic Paints
Essentials:  blue, yellow, red, white, black
Optional:  4 or 5 of your favorite colors
4” brayer (hard rubber is recommended)
printing plate - (Gel Press brand recommended) any size up to an 8x10
white paper for pulling prints - 40# or heavier gm recommended (Neenah 90# available on Amazon)
stencils of your choice
baby wipes
paper towels
color wheel

Beginner’s kit available from instructor $25 - includes 5x7 Gel Press plate, 4” brayer, 2 stencils, & color wheel. Contact instructor for more information.

 

Color & Design Studio

Instructor:  Mark Allison

Email: allisom@linnbenton.edu

541-752-0641


Suggested supplies:   If you do not have some of these supplies at home, and it is difficult to get them you can get by with the materials you do have.

You only need ONE MEDIUM for any of my classes.

Below are suggested supplies for all students and then specifically for different mediums of painting. 


Supplies for All Students

Pencils: 4 Ticonderoga brand pencils (No.2, soft, HB)
They come in black as well as the familiar yellow
Eraser: a white rubber block eraser, any brand 
Paper: good quality copier (bond) paper, 24 lb. wt. Is preferred but 20 lb. bond works fine. 
Office Works and Georgia Pacific are good quality.
We’ll need at least 4 pieces of paper for each lesson. 
4x6 card or old 4x6 photo print: we’ll use this to draw around on an 8.5x11” piece of paper to make a 4x6 rectangle. Many of our drawings and designs will use this format. 
Straight edge or ruler: for when we want straight lines. 
If you’re making your own, make it 2”x12” out of mat board. 
Shaders: these are handy but if you can’t find them it’s okay, I’ll be showing everyone how to make a shading tool by folding a 3” square piece of paper towel. 
I’ve seen shaders at Michael’s and Fred Meyers. 
Paper towel: 2 sheets of any brand. 

All Painters 

WAIT FOR THE FIRST CLASS INSTRUCTIONS before putting any watercolor paint into your Pike Watercolor Palette, or acrylic into your Masterson Palette Seal.  
Ignore (recycle) the instruction sheet that comes with the Pike Palette, using that info will damage your palette.  
I've done extensive testing on all the colors on these lists and they are all "lightfast rated" at level I or II.  Lightfast means resistant to fading when exposed to UV light (sunlight, fluorescents w high UV).

The colors and palette and paper are less expensive at Blick Art Materials, also known as dickblick.com. Brushes are good buys at Michael’s on 9th St. in Corvallis.


Watercolors

Cotman brand, 8 ml tubes:

Alizarin Crimson Hue   
Cad Orange Hue 
Cad Red Pale Hue 
Cad Yel Hue 
Intense Pthalo Blue 
Viridian Hue 
Lemon Yellow Hue (you’ll need two 8ml OR one 21 ml of lemon yel.)

Cotman brand, 21 ml tubes: 

Lemon Yellow Hue              
Ultramarine Blue                                                                  
Permanent Rose 

Additional Supplies: 

Watercolor Palette: Pike Palette  (Original, 20 wells)  - This is the only palette I can recommend.  
Watercolor Paper: Arches 140# Cold Press 100% cotton.   I will have pre-cut 1/8 sheets (7.5x11”) to sell to my class for $1 per sheet, both sides are usable.  Please do NOT buy any other type of “watercolor” paper.  There is a huge difference in how these papers perform, visible even to my granddaughter when she was four years old!  Please only buy Arches cold press 100% cotton for watercolor.  For students in Corvallis area, I will sell 7.5x11" sheets of 140# watercolor paper for $1 each.  They can be picked up and paid for at my house, with masks and physical distance.  Arches watercolor blocks are handy but a bit more expense.  On a watercolor block you paint on the top sheet and strip off that sheet after the watercolor has dried flat.

Acrylic Painters

Liquitex colors (one each of the following)

Yellow Light Hansa
Quinacridone Magenta 2 oz  or 59 ml  
Pthalo Blue (Grn. Shade) 59 ml  
Pthalo Green (Blu. Shade) 59 ml 
Utramarine Blue (Gr. Shade) 59 ml 
Dioxazine Purple 59 ml 
Napthol Crimson 59 ml 
Alizarin Crimson Hue Perm. 59 ml  
Titanium White 4.65 oz. or 138 ml  (this is a larger tube because you need more white that any other color)

Utrecht colors  (one each of the following):

Hansa yellow med   =  Medium Yellow 2 oz or 59 ml 6.13
Napthol red light  = Cad Red Lt Hue 2 oz or 59 ml  6.13


Additional supplies: 

Masterson Palette Seal 1 3/4x16x12”  This is a sealable palette which can keep your acrylic paint wet and usable for weeks.  Get the one with the blue lid, the other (red) one has a sponge layer and palette paper which are not needed.
One #10 Steel Palette Knife (has a broad teardrop shaped blade), for mixing paint in your palette. (Michael’s or Blick).  Don’t get the cheaper plastic ones, they’re fragile and don’t have a sharp enough edge to scrape dried paint out of your palette.
I recommend the Arches for Acrylic painters as well.  You can paint directly on this “paper” without priming with gesso. But other supports work with acrylic as well:  museum matboard (scraps may be purchased from a frame shop, Pegasus Gallery on 2nd St., Corvallis, has them packaged for sale.)  Acrylic may also be painted on canvas paper, or canvas boards, or stretched canvas. Blick sells a nice product for acrylic or oil painters: “Blick Studio Canvas Pad  9x12”, 10 sheets of real canvas, triple primed w gesso.”

For BOTH Watercolor AND  Acrylic Painters


PUMP SPRAYER - Holbein Watercolor Atomizer Bottle (from Blick) or an 8 oz. “Artist’s Loft” spray bottle from Michael’s. This is a fine-mist sprayer, not the harsher plant sprayer.  Hair/skin care products sometimes come in those fine-mist spray bottles, and they smell nice!  Save one for your painting supplies.
MASKING TAPE: buy at Fred Meyers paint department. #2050 General Purpose Masking Tape, 1 inch wide (.94 in.)  Please don’t buy the cheaper generic masking tapes, the adhesive breaks down and leaves a sticky residue on your paper.
BRUSHES for WATERCOLOR and ACRYLIC (from Michael’s on 9th St., Corvallis.  Look for these in the economy acrylic brush section)
1/2” Brush:  Royal & Langnickel Soft Grip, Level 1, 1/2” Shader
3/4” Brush:  Royal & Langnickel Soft Grip, Level 1, 3/4” Wash

There’s another aisle at Michael’s that has package deals on brushes.  You can look for the clear handle Royal & Langnickel type and get a variety of brushes including the two listed above.


Oil Painters

Get the color equivalents of the acrylic list of colors.  You can also use the Masterson Palette Seal but might want to buy a pad of palette paper to go inside the Masterson Palette Seal.  
Solvent: Turpenoid Natural ONLY. No mineral spirits, No turpentine in the classroom.
Supports:  
“Blick Studio Canvas Pad  9x12”, 10 sheets of real canvas, triple primed w gesso.” or canvas panels (9x12”), or gesso-primed matboard or gesso-primed watercolor paper.  
A few different styles and sizes of palette knives.  
Bristle brushes are stiff and appropriate for the direct technique that I teach.  I use a variety of sizes of brights and filbert type bristle brushes. 

 

Color the Natural World with Colored Pencils

Instructor:  Jen Hernandez

Email: hernanje@linnbenton.edu

 

Suggested supplies:   If you do not have some of these supplies at home, and it is difficult to get them you can get by with the materials you do have.


Wax-based (recommended) colored pencils (instructor will primarily use Prismacolor; Faber-Castell and Crayola/ Rose Art, other brands are welcome)
Colors: Prismacolor Premier 24 set 3597T plus, Cream (PC914), Cool Grey (PC1061), French Grey (PC1074)
pencil sharpener
tortillons
pencil (any of 2B, 4H, 6H)
kneaded eraser
mineral spirits (Gamsol)
small watercolor brush
X-Acto Knife
bristol paper pad (9x12 or 11 x 14)
Optional: tissue, cotton swab, paper towel (can substitute for tortillon)
 

Further resources, Zoom link:

This class will have access to videos and additional resources online at www.InklingsIllustrated.com; login information will be provided to students before the start of class.
Class will be conducted via Zoom, and a special zoom link will be sent out to students before the start of class.
Please make sure your email address and other contact information is up to date so that you can receive information from the instructor.

 

Color Theory for the Color Challenged

Instructor:  Peggy Joyce

Email:  joycep@linnbenton.edu


 Suggested supplies:   If you do not have some of these supplies at home, and it is difficult to get them you can get by with the materials you do have.


List of supplies

 

Acrylic Paints (10 colors)

Cadmium Red(medium)
Quinacridone Red (or Anthraquinoid Red or Alizarin Crimson)
Phthalo Blue(green hue)
Ultramarine Blue
Cadmium Yellow (medium)
Hansa Yellow Light (or Lemon Yellow)
Titanium White
Ivory Black
Burnt Umber
Burnt Sienna

Other supplies

Artist palette knife 3”
Any synthetic fibre brush, flat or bright
Container for water
Paper towels
Color wheel (optional)

Creating Comics

Instructor:  Jen Hernandez

Email: hernanje@linnbenton.edu

 

In this class students can explore different mediums and technology to create their comics. Students can work with a sketchbook and pencil, as well as learn about digital drawing tools. Students should use tools and materials that will inspire them to draw and explore their creative work. Through the class, the instructor will review how different materials and tools can be used.


Here are suggestions for tools and materials that can be used in this class:


Traditional Media - Pen & Paper drawing


Paper/ Sketchbook:

Paper of any kind can be used, including lined notebook paper or printer paper.
Recommended: Mixed Media paper in a spiral bound sketchbook (such as Canson XL Mixed Media) is highly versatile for dry media (not watercolor) and can handle most inking pens. 

Pencil/ Pens:

A drafting pencil or basic wood pencil (hardness: 2B or H) is perfect for light sketches.
Inking Pen suggestions (for darkening and finishing drawings):
Papermate Flair M in black
Micron Archival Ink (03, 05, 08) in black or sepia
Sharpie ultra fine
Copic Sketch .Too (dual tip) in 100 black (this may bleed through Mixed Media paper)

Coloring tools

Adding color to comics is optional, and there are many options for dry media:
Markers (water-based if using Copic, Sharpie, or Micron inking pens; alcohol-based if using Papermate Flair M)
Colored pencils
Illustration ink
Crayons
Pastels

Drawing For Fun

Instructor:  Vikki Nazarenus

Email:  nazarev@linnbenton.edu


Suggested supplies:   If you do not have some of these supplies at home, and it is difficult to get them you can get by with the materials you do have.


Supply List:  

Drawing pencil – or large primary pencil (fat pencil that kids learn to write with - much cheaper!)
Kneadable eraser – usually gray – FABER CASTELL
Colored pencils -  Prismacolor, Dick Blick, Steatler, Arteza
Elegant Writers/Markers
Crayons
Oil Pastels
White drawing paper
Colored paper
Black Sharpie or permanent marker, 1 fine, 1 thick
Q-Tips
Brown grocery bags
Metallic colored pencils (optional)
Compass


You don’t need all of these supplies the first week.  (Art is an expensive habit!)   You will need the regular pencil, eraser and sharpener the first four/five weeks of class. I would suggest going to Hobby Lobby or Michael’s once a week and use the 40% coupon for the items as you want them or need them, rather than buying all at once.  And if you already have the supplies – bring what you have.

 

 

Drawing Seriously!

Instructor:  Vikki Nazarenus

Email:  nazarev@linnbenton.edu


Suggested supplies:   If you do not have some of these supplies at home, and it is difficult to get them you can get by with the materials you do have.

 

Supply List:  

Drawing pencil – or large primary pencil (fat pencil that kids learn to write with-much cheaper!)
Kneadable eraser – usually gray – FABER CASTELL
Colored pencils -  Prismacolor, Dick Blick, Steatler, Arteza
Elegant Writers/Marker
Sharpie or permanent marker - 1 fine tip, 1 broad
White drawing paper
Glue
Scissors


You don’t need all of these supplies the first week.  (Art is an expensive habit!)   You will need the regular pencil, eraser and sharpener the first four/five weeks of class. I would suggest going to Hobby Lobby or Michael’s once a week and use the 40% coupon for the items as you want them or need them, rather than buying all at once.  And if you already have the supplies – bring what you have.

Jump into Watercolor!

Instructor:  Vikki Nazarenus

Email:  nazarev@linnbenton.edu


Suggested supplies:   If you do not have some of these supplies at home, and it is difficult to get them you can get by with the materials you do have.

 

Paint

3 tubes (colors) can get you by:  Ultramarine Blue, Cadmium Red, Cadmium Yellow can mix all the other colors 
Recommended brands:  Windsor Newton professional grade, Grumbacher artist quality, Dick Blick Artist Quality, Daniel Smith artist quality, M.Graham, Turner
Later additions:  New Gamboge, Raw Sienna, Burnt Sienna, Alizarin Crimson, 

Windsor Blue, Sap green, Payne’s Gray, Indigo and Sepia

 

Brushes

Round – size 4, 8 and 12
Flat -  1/2” flat brush 
Rigger or script brush
Suggested brands:  Princeton, Windsor Newton, Danube, Black Velvet
NO - Master’s Touch

 

Pencil and kneadable eraser

 

Paper - 140lb cold press watercolor paper – D’Arches brand.  Don’t get cheap paper!

Individual sheets are best, Block is ok

 

Foam board - 1//2 thick

 

Palette – white – can be top of whip cream container, white plate, enamel pan, plastic lid, egg plate

 

Palette knife

 

2 containers for water – can be plastic containers, glasses

 

Masking Fluid (Liquid Frisket) - Incredible White Mask recommended + cheap brush

 

Frisket Lifter 

 

ADDITIONAL SUPPLIES: (the dollar store can be your friend)

Masking tape
White, (not printed) paper towels or shop towels
Sketch book (copy paper will do)
Spray bottle
salt shaker
cellophane
dish soap
old plastic card, razor blade, drinking straw, old toothbrush,
sea sponges – look for interesting textures
drinking straw and/or coffee stirring stick
white acrylic paint (inexpensive)
small pliers or nutcracker
magic eraser – plain, without soap
eye dropper
scissors
Container(s) to keep it all in

 

 

Mixed Media Madness

Instructor:  Vikki Nazarenus

Email:  nazarev@linnbenton.edu

 
Suggested supplies:   If you do not have some of these supplies at home, and it is difficult to get them you can get by with the materials you do have.

 

Use the supplies that you may have, you DO NOT need to go buy a bunch of professional art supplies.  Crayola Brand is fine for this class.  

Pencil
Eraser
Scissors
Oil pastels
Metallic tempera or acrylic paint – 1 color
Colored pencils
Black fine tipped markers
Elegant Writer black marker
Pastels
White glue (Elmer’s but NOT school glue)
Pictures from magazines, calendars, old books – landscape 
Colored tissue paper
Bleach
Construction paper or colored copy paper
3 sheets Tagboard or heavy paper 
 

 

Pastel Painting

Instructor:  Ellen Hansen

Email:  hanseng@linnbenton.edu

541-730-5470


 Suggested supplies:   If you do not have some of these supplies at home, and it is difficult to get them you can get by with the materials you do have.


Basic set of soft stick pastels, preferably artist quality, that include the following colors: ultramarine blue, prussian blue, cerulean blue, purple, light purple, cadmium red, light red of some kind, an orange, yellow ochre, a dark and a light yellow, olive green, sap green, yellow green, grey green, blue grey, a medium grey, burnt umber, raw umber and burnt sienna.
Canson Mi-Teintes paper Pad-24 sheets assorted colors 12X16 inches.  
One of two pieces of 140 lb Arches watercolor paper 12X16 inches.
Two hard pastel pencils,  one dark and one light in color for drawing your subject onto your paper. 
Watercolors of your choice and watercolor brushes. 
Kneaded eraser.
Soft brush, you can use a makeup brush that you purchase at the Dollar store if you like. 
Masking tape and something to tape your pastel paper onto like foam board.  
A plastic table cloth or something to put under you to catch the pastel dust as you work as soft pastels are messy.  
Something to keep your pastels in if they do not come in a container. You want to keep the colors separate. You might consider an egg carton. 
Workable spray fixative.  This is optional but you might find it makes working a little easier.  
An exacto knife for sgraffito effects.  
Pastels can be combined with oil pastels, acrylics, oil paints, charcoals, watercolors and gouache and probably other mediums I haven’t mentioned such as, caran d’ ache.  If you have any of these then we will be discussing how to combine soft pastels with these other mediums.   

I have found Merri Artist to have the best prices and very fast turn around when you order online or over the phone.   Merri Artist is located in McMinnville if you would like to go and visit the store in person. 

 

 

Realistic Drawing

 Instructor:  Mark Allison

Email:  allisom@linnbenton.edu

541-752-0641

 

Suggested supplies:   If you do not have some of these supplies at home, and it is difficult to get them you can get by with the materials you do.

 

  

 

Pencils: 4 Ticonderoga brand pencils (No.2, soft, HB)
They come in black as well as the familiar yellow
Eraser: a white rubber block eraser, any brand 
Paper: good quality copier (bond) paper, 24 lb. wt. Is preferred but 20 lb. bond works fine. 
Office Works and Georgia Pacific are good quality.
We’ll need at least 4 pieces of paper for each lesson. 
4x6 card or old 4x6 photo print: we’ll use this to draw around on an 8.5x11” piece of paper to make a 4x6 rectangle. Many of our drawings and designs will use this format. 
Straight edge or ruler: for when we want straight lines. 
If you’re making your own, make it 2”x12” out of mat board. 
Shaders: these are handy but if you can’t find them it’s okay, I’ll be showing everyone how to make a shading tool by folding a 3” square piece of paper towel. 
I’ve seen shaders at Michael’s and Fred Meyers. 
Paper towel: 2 sheets of any brand.

Step Into Art History

Instructor:  Julie Kahn

Email:  kahnj@linnbenton.edu


Suggested supplies:   If you do not have some of these supplies at home, and it is difficult to get them you can get by with the materials you do have.


List of supplies (to get you started)

drawing pencils
eraser
glue
scissors
pad of mixed media paper - 9x12 or 11x14, but size is up to you
watercolor paper (optional)
various acrylic paints (basic colors)
basic set watercolor paint - inexpensive pallet paints okay
paintbrushes of varying sizes
chalk pastels
air dry clay (ex. Das Air Hardening Modeling Clay 1.1 lb pack)

The Art of Mono Printing
 Instructor:  Peggy Joyce

Email:  joycep@linnbenton.edu


Suggested supplies:   If you do not have some of these supplies at home, and it is difficult to get them you can get by with the materials you do have.


List of supplies 

Acrylic Paints
Essentials:  blue, yellow, red, white, black
Optional:  4 or 5 of your favorite colors
4” brayer (hard rubber is recommended)
printing plate - (Gel Press brand recommended) any size up to an 8x10
white paper for pulling prints - 40# or heavier gm recommended (Neenah 90# available on Amazon)
stencils of your choice
baby wipes
paper towels
color wheel

Beginner’s kit available from instructor $25 - includes 5x7 Gel Press plate, 4” brayer, 2 stencils, & color wheel. Contact instructor for pickup instructions.

 

 

Computer Skills & Technology

Custom Minecraft Textures

 

Linn-Benton Community College

Custom Minecraft Textures


Instructor:  Cole Petroccione

Email: petrocc@linnbenton.edu


 Suggested supplies:   In order to participate in the Custom Minecraft Textures course, you will need access to the following:

 

Minecraft App running on either a mobile device or computer
Computer will need access to Program Files
Any Image Editor
Paid suggestions: Adobe Photoshop
Free suggestions: Gimp, Microsoft Paint, Online Pixel Editors such as Pixilart.com

 

Graphic Design for Business & Pleasure

 

Graphic Design for Business & Pleasure


Instructor:  Cole Petroccione

Email: petrocc@linnbenton.edu


 Suggested supplies:   In order to participate in this course, you will need access to the following:

 

Computer able to run Adobe Programs
Simple File Management System of Choice (Windows File Explorer/Mac OS Finder/Google Drive)
Adobe Creative Suite 
Photoshop
Illustrator
In-Design
 

Note:  If you have access to Adobe software, you are good to go!  If you require access,  LBCC can offer your temporary access for the duration of this c

 

Intro to Graphic Design Using Adobe Suite

Instructor:  Cole Petroccione

Email:  petrocc@linnbenton.edu

 
 Suggested supplies:   In order to participate in this course, you will need access to the following:

 

Computer able to run Adobe Programs
Simple File Management System of Choice (Windows File Explorer/Mac OS Finder/Google Drive)
Adobe Creative Suite 
Photoshop
Illustrator
In-Design
 

Note:  If you have access to Adobe software, you are good to go!  If you require access,  LBCC can offer your temporary access for the duration of this course.

 

 

 

Food & Drink

Backyard Cookout Celebration

Linn-Benton Community College

Backyard Cookout Celebration

 
Instructor:  Adrienne Ewanchyna

Email:  ewancha@linnbenton.edu

 

Suggested supplies:   If you do not have some of these supplies at home, and it is difficult to get them you can get by with the materials you do have.


Groceries:

In the class, as a group we will be making the Elote Dip, both salads and the dessert.  I will also be demonstrating the preparations for the Souvlaki and the Pulled Pork, but we will not be completing the cooking for those dishes.  You may choose to get the groceries for one or both of those dishes to prepare them along with the demonstration - your choice.  The recipes for Tzatziki and Carolina BBQ sauce are bonus recipes.  We will not be preparing those in class (however, you may wish to get the groceries for them if you’d like to make them after class).


**Please obtain the supplies needed for the Elote Dip, Lemon Basil Pasta Salad, Green Bean and Roasted Onion Salad, Pina Colada Dessert Jars, and whatever protein you wish to try (or just watch the demonstration for the proteins).


You will be given full recipes the week of the class.


Mexican Street Corn Dip (Elote Dip)

4 cups corn kernels (~ 5 ears corn if using cobs - frozen OK)
1 jalapeno, diced
¼ c mayonnaise
½ c Mexican crema or sour cream
½ cup crumbled cotija cheese + more for garnish
1 clove garlic, minced
¼ cup chopped cilantro
1 tsp. New Mexico chile powder
Lime zest and juice from 1 lime
Tortilla chips to serve


Chicken Souvlaki

2 - 3  lb. boneless chicken breast
½ c fresh lemon juice
¼ cup olive oil
Pinch sugar
4 - 6 cloves garlic, minced
4 - 6 tsp. Dried oregano
Salt and pepper

Tzatziki

2 cups Greek yogurt 
¾ cup freshly grated English cucumber (large grate), squeezed dry
2 Tbsp. fresh lemon juice
2 cloves garlic, minced
1 tsp. Dried oregano
1 - 2 tsp. Minced fresh dill
Salt and pepper to taste

Pulled Pork (Combo Grill and Slow Cooker Method)

1 whole ~ 5 lb. pork butt/shoulder
2 Tbsp. paprika
1 Tbsp. black pepper
1 Tbsp. salt
2 tsp. Garlic granules
2 tsp. Onion powder
2 tsp. Dry mustard powder
4 - 6 cups chicken or beef stock
1 Tbsp. worcestershire
Optional:  wood chips (optional - add liquid smoke if you don’t want to smoke the pork)

Carolina Gold BBQ Sauce

1 cup yellow mustard
2 Tbsp. honey
¼ cup brown sugar
¼ cup apple cider vinegar
1 Tbsp. worcestershire
½ tsp. Pepper
Salt to taste
½ tsp. Garlic powder
½ tsp. Onion powder
¼ tsp. Cayenne (or to taste)

Lemon Basil Pasta Salad

1 lb. bowtie pasta
1 cup frozen peas, thawed
1 zucchini, halved and thinly sliced
⅓ cup pine nuts
½ cup parmesan, shaved
1 lemon, zested and 4 tbsp juice saved
¼ cup fresh basil, chiffonade
¼ cup olive oil
1 garlic clove, minced
Salt and pepper to taste

Green Bean and Roasted Onion Salad

1 ½ lb. green beans, ends trimmed
2 large red onions
Salt and pepper to taste
2 ½ tsp. Sugar
⅓ cup toasted slivered almonds
⅔  cup olive oil
6 tbsp. Balsamic vinegar
2 garlic cloves, minced
Salt and pepper to taste

Pina Colada Dessert Jars

8 oz. shortbread cookies
¼ cup shredded coconut
½ cup butter, melted
2 cups finely chopped fresh pineapple
¾ cup sweetened coconut cream
3 tbsp. Cornstarch
2 tbsp. Lime juice
8 oz cream cheese, softened
¼ cup powdered sugar
1 ½ cups heavy whipping cream, whipped
1 tsp. Rum extract (or dark rum)
½ cup shredded coconut or coconut flakes

Equipment:

10 Half pint jars or plastic cups
Metal or wooden skewers - depending on size - 8 - 20
Cutting board and knives - preferably 2 - one for raw meat
Mixing bowls - all sizes
Serving bowls
Spatulas, tongs, wooden spoons, whisk
Measuring cups and spoons
Vegetable peeler
microplane/box grater
Lemon juicer/lemon reamer (if you don’t have this, a fork will work)
Sheet pans - several
Foil, wood chips
Large pot
Medium pot - 2
Colander

Slow Cooker  (if no slow cooker, Dutch Oven will work)
Food Processor (if no food processor, can use a blender or a rolling pin)
Hand mixer or standing mixer

 

 

 

Hawaiian Style Desserts

 Instructor:  Jo Ann Yonemura

Email: yonemuj@linnbenton.edu


Suggested supplies:  If you do not have some of these supplies at home, and it is difficult to get them you can get by with the materials you do have.


Haupia

Ingredients 

1⁄3 cup cornstarch
1⁄2 cup sugar
1⁄8 teaspoon salt
2 cans of coconut milk (12 oz) 
 

Equipment

1 8 x 8 inch pan, glass preferred
Saucepan
Set of dry measuring cups 
Liquid measuring cup 
Set of measuring spoons 
1 large bowl
Whisk
Sharp knife
Serving platter 
 

 

Coconut Macadamia Cookies 

Ingredients:

1 cup unsalted butter (2 sticks) 
1 cup brown sugar
1⁄2 cup sugar
1 egg 
2 1⁄4 cups flour
1 teaspoon baking soda
1 cup flaked coconut
3 1⁄2 oz. macadamia nuts, coarsely chopped 
 

Equipment: 

2 cookie sheets or 1-9x13 inch pan, glass preferred
Parchment (to line cookie sheets) 
Set of dry measuring cups
Liquid measuring cup 
Set of measuring spoons 
Stand mixer with paddle attachment or hand mixer or 
If you have no mixer, a large bowl and a whisk or a mixing spoon
Rubber or silicone spatula
Large bowl
Cookie scoop or two teaspoons
Oven mitts and cooling rack 
 

Butter Mochi 

Ingredients: 

1 pound (16 oz box) of mochiko flour (Japanese sweet rice flour) 
Koda Farms Blue Star brand is preferred (Amazon or Uwajimaya in Beaverton) 
3 cups sugar
1 Tablespoon baking powder
1⁄2 cup of butter (one stick), melted and cooled
5 eggs, beaten
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
1 can of coconut milk (12 oz)
Non-stick spray or use about 2 Tablespoons of canola oil and a pastry brush 
 

Equipment: 

1 9x13 inch pan, glass preferred
Stand mixer with paddle attachment or hand mixer
If you have no mixer, a large bowl and a whisk or a mixing spoon
Rubber or silicone spatula
Large bowl or your mixer bowl
2 small bowls (to melt butter and to beat eggs in)
Set of dry measuring cups 
Liquid measuring cup 
Set of measuring spoons
Sharp knife and a serving platter
Microwave
Cake tester, toothpick or a wooden skewer
Oven mitts 
Cooling rack 
 

Hawai’i Style Andagi 

Ingredients: 

4 cups flour
4 Tablespoon baking powder
2 cups sugar
1⁄2 teaspoon salt
1⁄3 cup evaporated milk (can)
2 Tablespoons Vegetable or Canola oil water
1 1⁄2 teaspoons vanilla extract
4 eggs, slightly beaten
Canola or Vegetable oil for deep frying 

 

Equipment: 

Large bowl 
Whisk
Set of dry measuring cups 
Liquid measuring cup 
Set of measuring spoons 
Cake tester, toothpick or a wooden skewer
Baking sheet lined with paper towels; with sheets available
Candy or thermal instant thermometer (to test temperature of oil for deep frying)
Medium saucepan for deep frying
Ice cream scooper with a trigger release, (optional) or large spoon 

 

Homestyle Korean Foods

Instructor:  Jo Ann Yonemura

Email: yonemuj@linnbenton.edu


 Suggested supplies:   If you do not have some of these supplies at home, and it is difficult to get them you can get by with the materials you do have.

 

WEEK ONE Ingredients 


KimChee Dip

 

1 head won bok, otherwise known as Chinese cabbage (about 2 pounds)
Salt
2 bulbs of garlic (you’ll use it for other dishes below)
Ginger root (fresh)
1 bunch green onion (you’ll use it for other dishes below)
Kochu karu (chili pepper powder) (you can find at Uwajimaya - Beaverton or HMart in Tigard or Amazon: wang is a good brand)
Fish sauce (Thai Kitchen, Lucky, Purfina Patis, Red Boat, Squid are a few brands)
1 package of cream cheese
Fresh veggies (your choice) or chips - I like potato chips!


NOTE: if you don’t have time to make your own KimChee, you can purchase prepared KimChee at Winco, Safeway or any other market that carries it. I recommend you try it though as it is very easy to prepare! 


For Sauces, Kalbi and Banchan

Flanken-style Beef Ribs or Chicken Thighs (2 to 4 pounds)  
Sugar 
Salt 
1 large English Cucumber or 2 regular cucumbers 
Rice Vinegar (Marukan, Mitsukan, Nakano or Kikkoman are a few brands)
Ki Kochu karu (chili pepper powder) (you can find at Uwajimaya - Beaverton or HMart in Tigard or online) 
Bean sprouts 
Sesame seeds, roasted (if you can find some; raw OK, you’ll need to toast them) 
Sesame oil (LeeKumKee, SunLuck, Ottogi are a few brands) 
Soy Sauce or Shoyu (Kikkoman, Yamasu, Aloha Shoyu are a few brands)
Kochu Jang (chili pepper paste, mild if possible) (you can find at Uwajimaya - Beaverton or HMart in Tigard or online at Amazon: Chung Jung is one brand) 
3 lbs thick cut or thin cut flanken style beef short ribs
Honey 
Dry mustard powder (Colman’s or McCormick or any brand) 
2 lbs potatoes (russet white or gold potatoes) 
Vegetable or Canola oil 

Equipment

Knife 
Cutting board 
Colander 
Large bowl
Jar or or container (for KimChee to ferment) 
Blender 
Spoon 
Small bowl for dip 
Platter for your veggies or bowl for your chips 
Set of mixing bowls and 
Whisk(s) 
Measuring cups 
Measuring spoons 
Ziplock bag, gallon size (to hold marinade and beef ribs) 
Several containers or bowls to hold sauces and side dishes you’ll make Pot (to boil your potatoes and blanch your bean sprouts 
Frying pan or BBQ grill to cook your beef ribs


WEEK TWO Ingredients


4 oz of potato noodles or substitute with mung bean threads (otherwise known as glass noodles or cellophane noodles, you can find it at Uwajimaya - Beaverton or HMart in Tigard or order via Amazon) 
1  bunch green onion 
1 small round onion 
1 carrot 
1 English cucumber (seedless) or 2 regular cucumbers 
4 oz. green beans 
4 ounces of beef, pork or chicken 
8 fresh shiitake mushrooms or 8 dried shiitakes, rehydrated with water 
Chicken broth, 1 can or container 
1 lb. ground beef
Flour 
2 Eggs 
Canola or Vegetable oil 
Cornstarch 
1 package tofu, medium or firm
1 package (9 oz.) somen noodles 
Sesame oil 
Sesame seeds, roasted 
Soy Sauce 
Sugar 
Kosher salt 
Rice vinegar 

Equipment 

Knife 
Cutting board 
Colander 
Large bowl 
Spoon 
Set of mixing bowls 
Whisk(s)

Pierogies! Pierogies! 

 Instructor:  Adrienne Ewanchyna

Email:  ewancha@linnbenton.edu

 

Suggested supplies:   If you do not have some of these supplies at home, and it is difficult to get them you can get by with the materials you do have.


Ingredients

Russet potatoes - 3 lb
Onion - ½ or  1 small
Butter - 1 ¼ cups
Grated sharp cheddar cheese - 1 cup
Egg - 1
Sour cream - 2 tbsp. Plus more for serving
Flour - 3 cups

Equipment:

2 Medium bowls,  1 small bowl
Pastry blender or fork or 2 bread knives
Whisk or fork
2 Wooden spoons
Clean dish towels - 2
Rolling pin (if you don’t have a rolling pin, I’ve heard a piece of PVC pipe can work!)
Small spoon
Cookie sheets - 2 or 3
Parchment paper or wax paper
Cutting board and knife
Small saute pan/skillet
Large pot 
Slotted spoon
Serving plate/platter (if desired)
Another fork… for eating!! :)

 
 

 

Sharpen Up

 Instructor:  Adrienne Ewanchyna

Email:  ewancha@linnbenton.edu

 

Suggested supplies:   If you do not have some of these supplies at home, and it is difficult to get them you can get by with the materials you do have.


Equipment:

Cutting board - preferably plastic.  I’m not a fan of wood for new learners (it can catch the blade) - but if that’s all you have, don’t go out and buy a new board! 
Wet dish cloth or a piece of non-slip grippy shelf liner (that meshy tacky stuff you can put in your drawers)... we will put it under our cutting boards.  Game changer.
Bring your knives!  Whatever you have.  Let’s talk about them, and let’s play.  Hopefully, you have a Chef’s knife and a paring knife. 
Optional:  bowls or bags to put cut vegetables in… or you can just leave them all over your counter :)
 

Groceries/Food:

Carrots  - 7
Zucchini - 4
Onion - 2
Potatoes - 2
Celery stalks - 2
Basil leaves or spinach leaves - handful
Garlic cloves - 2 - 3
Large orange - 1

**these are the minimum requirements for groceries… if you think you might “mess up” or would like extra practice, or would like to just have extras on hand in case we try something not planned, please plan accordingly (in other words, I might suggest having some extras!)

 

 

 

 

Fitness & Dance

Better Bones & Balance: various

 

Various Instructors:  Brown, Davenport, Farrar, Hourmanesh-Jones, Pozzesi, Walker, Whipple 


Suggested equipment:   If you do not have some of this equipment at home, and it is difficult to get them you can get by with what you do have.


Suggested Equipment List 

* Resistance bands - medium to heavy preferred - 4’-5’ depending on your height
* A set or two of hand weights/dumbbells - one light and/or one heavier
Alternatives:  jugs of water, weighted totes, cans of food, etc.
Sturdy chair
Fitness mat, towel, or blanket for the floor
Handled resistance tube
Loop band
Step/Bench (use only approved fitness steps/benches for your safety)
Weighted Vest
Physio ball
Small inflatable ball
Heavy duty dowel or wooden stick (broom stick or yard stick)
Access to a wall


* Items that should be prioritized if you can obtain them.  All other items are not needed, unless you already have them.

 


 

 

 

Garden, Nature, and Outdoor

 Wildnerness Confidence & Survival

 Instructor:  Jeremiah Stark

Email:  starkj@linnbenton.edu

 

Suggested supplies:   If you do not have some of these supplies at home, and it is difficult to get them you can get by with the materials you do have.  Students will have a space set up inside, or outside for themselves that will allow for necessary content learning. (Prep and materials needed will be included in participant email) students will need to purchase basic items: 

 

5x7’ tarp, or similar size.
magnesium/ferro rod
waterproof matches or lighter
3’ x 1/2“ pine,fir, or poplar wood dowel (hand drill)
You’ll need a 1’x6’’x1/2’’ plank of cedar fencing. (fire board) 
sheath knife. Blade length 4” minimum
50 ft of 550 parachute cord.

Instructor delivery will be in the proper environment for better simulation. (i.e) forest, fire pit, river, field etc.

 

 



 


 

 

 

Home and DIY

 Intro to Hand Sewing

 Instructor:  Liv Brownell

Email:  brownel@linnbenton.edu


 Suggested supplies:   If you do not have some of these supplies at home, and it is difficult to get them you can get by with the materials you do have.


1 yard of cotton fabric for practice. 1 yard of cotton fabric for your project. 2 yards total.
Fabric Scissors/ thread trimmers
Hand Sewing Needles
Needle Threaders
Multiple colors of thread.
Seam Rippers
Tweezers
Measuring tape
Fabric Chalk/Pen
Pins and pin holder

All materials can be found at Joann’s Fabric or Walmart or any other craft store.

 

 

 



 


 

 

Mold Candle Making

Linn-Benton Community College

Mold Candle Making

 
Instructor:  Camelia Moss

Email:  camelias.candles@gmail.com

 

Suggested supplies:   If you do not have some of these supplies at home, and it is difficult to get them you can get by with the materials you do have.  You may also reach out to the instructor for additional options.

 

These items can be purchased at Camelias Candles:

Wick – The Length depends on the size of the candle and how many wicks you want in your candle
You will NOT need wicks for TARTS
Wax – about 1 pound. This can vary on the size and number of candles you want to make.
Skewer(s) – to fit across candle to hold wick in place
Clothes pin – to hold wick to skewer.
Molds – We have a variety

Items that you probably have around your house:

Cupcake pans, clean yogurt containers, clean soup cans can be used as molds.
Candy molds can ONLY be used as molds for tarts for wax warmers
Double boiler or slow cooker used for melting wax
Clean soup cans, coffee cans or other heat proof containers that you are willing to use ONLY for Melting wax. These must be water-proof because they will be going into the slow cooker with water to melt the wax.

Where to get supplies:

Box Stores:  Walmart, Hobby Lobby
Camelia’s Candles:  764 S. Main St. Lebanon, OR 97355
Online: Candle Science - candlescience.com

Sand & Glass Candle Making

Linn-Benton Community College

Sand & Glass Candle Making

 
Instructor:  Camelia Moss

Email:  camelias.candles@gmail.com

 

Suggested supplies:   If you do not have some of these supplies at home, and it is difficult to get them you can get by with the materials you do have.  You may also reach out to the instructor for additional options.

 

Sand Candle Supplies

Item you wish to make a mold of such as a seashell
Damp Sand
Stearin (10% of quantity of wax)
Large container lined with plastic
Measuring cups
Scales
Wax
Double Boiler/Slow Cooker/Rice Cooker
Wooden Spoon
Crayons to color wax (optional)
Wax Thermometer
Ladle
Wick
Scissors
Wick

Jar/Container Candle Supplies

These items can be purchased at Camelias Candles:

Wick – The Length depends on the size of the candle and how many wicks you want in your candle
Wax – about 1 pound.  This can vary on the size and number of candles you want to make.
Skewer(s) – to fit across candle to hold wick in place
Clothes pin – to hold wick to skewer.

Items that you probably have around your house:

Jam/jelly jars, mason jars, wine glasses, and teacups all make wonderful and unique container candles.  Containers must be heat resistant or tempered container.
Double boiler or slow cooker used for melting wax
Clean soup cans, coffee cans or other heat proof containers that you are willing to use ONLY for Melting wax.  These must be water-proof because they will be going into the slow cooker with water to melt the wax.

Where to get supplies:

Box Stores:  Walmart, Hobby Lobby
Camelia’s Candles:  764 S. Main St. Lebanon, OR 97355
Online: Candle Science - candlescience.com

 

 The Art of Lei Making

Instructor:  Jo Ann Yonemura

Email:  yonemuj@linnbenton.edu


 Suggested supplies:   If you do not have some of these supplies at home, and it is difficult to get them you can get by with the materials you do have.


Supplies 

Large bowl or container to hold your loose flowers
1-12” or 14” long lei needle 
See link to Etsy:  Lei Needle Kit 
If you have any questions about the lei needle, please contact for additional options.
Waxed twine (thin) or waxed dental floss
You can also use regular white thread if that’s all you have on hand
A measuring tape
Soft sewing type if you have it; otherwise a small hardware type is ok
Pen and paper for notes and a black permanent marker
Toothpicks (2)
2 large bunches of flowers in any color 
Student will purchase
You want firm flowers, nothing too fragile or anything that will wilt too quickly. Costco is by far the best bet for reasonable bulk flowers for the price, but you can find great flowers on sale at any of the local supermarkets, so start there.
NOTE: Purchase your flowers no more than two days before the class (the day before is better). Keep them in either a cold area (a garage is excellent; place stems of flowers in a bucket of water)
Any of these types of flowers listed below will work:
Roses - ensure the buds are closed and tight as possible: none in full bloom
You will need at least 2 dozen stemmed
Carnations, regular size i - try to find mostly bloomed flowers, not closed
You’ll need at least 50; you may have some left over
Note: if you have mini carnations, you’ll need double the amount - at least 100.
Orchids - these are usually in stemmed branched bouquets
May might be too early in the season -- usually you’ll see them in June
Depending on the size of the orchids, you’ll need anywhere between 50-100 blooms.

 

Youth and Family

 Comic Book Art (ages 8-13)

 Instructor:  Jen Hernandez

Email: hernanje@linnbenton.edu

 

Suggested supplies:   If you do not have some of these supplies at home, and it is difficult to get them you can get by with the materials you do have.  You may also reach out to the instructor for additional options.


Sketch book 
Comic book pages (loose or stapled)
Pencil, eraser, sharpener
Inking pen
Markers
Device that can access Zoom

 

 



 


 

 

 Let the Kids Cook Tonight

 

Instructor:  Jo Ann Yonemura

Email: yonemuj@linnbenton.edu


 Suggested supplies:  If you do not have some of these supplies at home, and it is difficult to get them you can get by with the materials you do have.


Week 1: Lasagna

Ingredients: 

1 box of oven-ready (otherwise known as no-boil) Lasagna pasta, Barilla brand preferred
2 jars of marinara sauce, Barilla brand preferred
2 Tablespoons olive oil (extra-virgin if you have it; if not regular is fine)
4 cups mozzarella cheese (1-32 oz bag shredded)
1 pound of italian sausage (package, not links.
1 15 oz. container of ricotta cheese
1⁄2 cup of Parmigiano-Reggiano cheese (or Parmesan is fine) (1-6 oz. package, shredded)
Do not buy the cheese in the can, use fresh cheese in the deli area of the store
Salt & Pepper
1 round sweet round onion
2 cloves of garlic
Fresh basil
Non-stick spray (Pam or other brand)
 

Equipment: 

1-9 x 13 inch deep baking dish
A large skillet or saucepan
Heatproof cooking spoon (so you can stir food)
Set of dry measuring cups
Liquid measuring cup 
Set of measuring spoons
1 large bowl
Sharp knife 
Cutting board
Garlic press (optional)
Oven mitts
Large mixing spoons (2)
Aluminum foil

 


Week 2: Shrimp Scampi

Ingredients: 

1 pound of linguine pasta, (1 box) Barilla brand preferred
4 Tablespoons of butter
4 Tablespoons olive oil plus more for drizzling (extra-virgin if you have it; if not
regular is fine)
2 cloves of garlic, finely minced
2 shallots, minced
Red pepper flakes (just a pinch, this is optional)
1 pound of fresh or frozen raw shrimp
You may buy frozen bagged shrimp, please defrost it in the refrigerator one day before class
Salt and pepper
Fresh parsley leaves, chopped fine
1 lemon
Parmigiano-Reggiano cheese (or Parmesan is fine) (1-6 oz. package, shredded)
 

Equipment: 

A large pot to boil pasta
Colander to drain pasta
A large skillet or saucepan and 
A heatproof cooking spoon (so you can stir food)
Tongs for cooking
Set of dry measuring cups, 
Liquid measuring cup 
Set of measuring spoons
1 medium bowl
A few small bowls
Sharp knife 
A cutting board
Garlic press (optional)
Citrus juice reamer (optional)
Serving platter or dish
 

Sketchbook Studio (ages 8-13)

Linn-Benton Community College

Sketchbook Studio (ages 8-13)

 
Instructor:  Jen Hernandez

Email:  hernanje@linnbenton.edu

 

Suggested supplies:   If you do not have some of these supplies at home, and it is difficult to get them you can get by with the materials you do have.  You may also reach out to the instructor for additional options.


Sketch book 
Tracing paper
Transfer paper
Pencil, eraser, sharpener
Inking pen
Markers, colored pencils, etc. (optional)
Device that can access Zoom