Scholarships available for spring classes & workshops at Carnegie Hall

Carnegie Hall is now offering a limited number of scholarships for their popular Class & Workshop series. Thanks to a grant from the Greater Greenbrier Valley Community Foundation Women’s Fund, full and partial scholarships are available for women to attend classes at Carnegie Hall during the spring 2016 session. Women who would like to apply for financial assistance to attend classes should fill out a scholarship form.
Funds will be allocated first-come, first-served on the basis of financial need. The following classes are still available for registration: Creating with Clay, Sculpting with Clay, Drawing Pets and People, Still Life Oil Painting, Ukulele (Beginning, Intermediate, and Advanced), Painting the Human Face, Spring Landscape Oil Painting, Beginning Watercolor Painting, Overshot Weaving, Art Recycling for Adults and Kids, Oil Painting with Palette Knives, Helix Knitting, Lazy Knitters, and Two-Handed Two-Color Knitting, and Summer Flowers Oil Painting.
For more information, contact Leah Trent, education director at Carnegie Hall, 304-645-7917, or

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