Online & At-Home Classes


Enjoy a variety of Arboretum-inspired classes, webinars, workshops, and kids activities from the comfort of your home computer or local nature area!


Ongoing

gardener holding box of fresh vegetables, photo Rawpixel.com/Shutterstock

Growing Vegetables in Minnesota (Online Self-Paced Module)

Course available May 6 - September 30

Developed through University of Minnesota Extension, this online class will teach you how to plan, plant, and manage your vegetable garden for success throughout the growing season. Learn online at your own pace with access to the course throughout the growing season, with the ability to ask questions to the coordinator along the way. $35 member/$50 non-member

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Gardening Classes


man picking apple from tree

Growing Fruit in Minnesota (Online Self-Paced Module)

Course available May 6 - September 30

Developed through the University of Minnesota Extension, this online class will teach you how to plan, plant, and manage fruit trees, bushes and vines for success throughout the growing season. Learn online at your own pace with access to the course throughout the growing season, with the ability to ask questions to the coordinator along the way. $35 member/$50 non-member

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Gardening Classes


summer flower art banner, photo MiriamDoerrMartinFrommherz/shutterstock

Minnesota Plants: A Summer Webinar Series

(13) Sessions: Live every Tuesday, June 1 - August 24, 2021, 7-8 p.m. Central

Calling all gardeners, landscapers, and nature enthusiasts- this new weekly webinar series is for you! Join local horticultural experts for a closer look at the plants that grow in Minnesota. You'll get to explore collections, backyards and gardens from your armchair as you learn more about trees, perennials, edible plants, houseplants and more! Each expert will have a unique perspective to share, from ecological to commercial. You'll gain a greater appreciation of the green that makes Minnesota so beautiful, and get tips and tricks for your own garden. $30 member/$40 non-member

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July

Raptor photography images at the Aboretum, photos by Carlyn Iverson & Sue Isaacson

Raptor Photography: Exclusive Camera Access (Online + In-Person Practicum)

Carlyn Iverson, Professional photographer, Conservationist working in science education for the public, underwritten by the Raptor Center

Live Webinar: Wednesday, July 28, 6-8 p.m. PLUS
In-Person Raptor Photoshoot at the Arboretum: Saturday, July 31
10 a.m.-12:15 p.m. OR 12:45-3 p.m.

All levels Owls, vultures, and eagles, oh my! Experience this unique opportunity to photograph mighty raptors in controlled, safe natural settings of the Arboretum. $119 member/$139 non-member

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Photography Classes


August

needle felted owl, Laura Berlage

Great Horned Owl: Birds of the North Needle Felting Series (Online)

Friday, August 13, 1:00-4:00 p.m.
Laura Berlage, Fiber artist and in-demand instructor, Laura weaves classical art training with her fundamental need to create works that liberate the creative soul

Needle felting is fun! You will be guided step-by-step through the process to transform hand-dyed wool from the instructor's flock of sheep from her family's century-old homestead farm outside Hayward, Wisconsin into your very own adorable felted bird! $94 member/$114 non-member

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Fiber Arts Classes



farmer chef holding potatoes, photo Jukov Studio/Shutterstock

Baking & Roasting Late Summer Bounty: Cook-Along Live (Online)

Saturday, August 14, 9:00-10:30 a.m.
Ann Bercher, Culinary Education Specialist, Minnesota Landscape Arboretum

The gardens and Farmer's Markets are filled with fruits and vegetables! Use this bounty with more robust cooking methods. Cook along with Ann as she prepared: Roasted Fall Vegetables with Feta ¦ Baked Vegetable Samosas ¦ The Perfect Baked Potato. $20 member household/$25 non-member household

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Cooking Classes


September

Books in the Garden: Magical Faces Of and In Nature (In-Person or Online, you choose)

(3) Wednesdays, noon-1:30 p.m.: September 8, October 13, November 10
Toni McNaron, Ph.D., award-winning professor emerita of English, University of Minnesota

Our three books in this session focus on aspects of nature about which we know less than we could/should because they reflect magical truths that can expand our understanding of our own species. September 8: Linda Hogan, The Radiant Lives of Animals ¦ October 13: Merlin Sheldrake, Entangled Life ¦ November 10: Donika Kelly, Bestiary

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Book Club


Dragonfly perched on a slower, photo Mark MacLennan

Pollinator Photography: Butterflies, Bees & More! (Online)

Thursday, September 9, 6:30-8:00 p.m. Central Time
Don Tredinnick, professional nature photographer, instructor and owner of Frozen Hiker Photography

Experienced Beginner to Intermediate Catch the buzz...on camera! Join us for this webinar to learn techniques for capturing stunning images of our beneficial insects, without frightening them away! $25 member/$30 non-member

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Photography Classes


rustic bowl of apples in the kitchen, photo Vlada Tikhonova/shutterstock

All About Apples: Cook-Along Live (Online)

Saturday, September 18, 9:00-10:30 a.m.
Ann Bercher, Culinary Education Specialist, Minnesota Landscape Arboretum

Cook along* with Ann as she demonstrates sweet and savory apple recipes such as Seared Sausage with Apples & Cabbage ¦ Winter Fruit & Apple Salad ¦ My Favorite Apple Pie. $20 member household/$25 non-member household

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Cooking Classes

Arboretum-grown apples are available at the Arboreum's Apple House, typically starting in late August through October. 


Computer using photoshop for a garden photo, Photo Oleksiy Mark/Shutterstock, with Photoshop logo

Photoshop Fundamentals Series (Online)

Dr. Mike Shaw, acclaimed Astrophotographer, Author of "The Complete Guide to Landscape Astrophotography" and "Creative Nightscapes"

Intermediate Interested in Photoshop but not sure where to begin? Here's your chance to finally dive in. This brand new, four-part Photoshop Fundamentals webinar series is designed to give you all the knowledge you need to confidently apply important Photoshop tools to your photography. Each webinar can be taken as a stand-alone class or take the full series for the most impact! Each session $35 member/$40 non-member

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Photography Classes

 

Photoshop Fundamentals: Image Blending (Online)

Tuesday, September 14, 7:00-9:00 p.m. Central Time

 
 

Photoshop Fundamentals: Understanding & Using the Camera Raw Tool (Online)

Thursday, September 16, 7:00-9:00 p.m. Central Time

 
 

Photoshop Fundamentals: Color Management (Online)

Tuesday, September 28, 7:00-9:00 p.m. Central Time

 
 

Photoshop Fundamentals: Portrait Magic (Online)

Thursday, September 30, 7:00-9:00 p.m. Central Time


 Kids playing in shadows at the Minneapolis sculpture garden, photo Eric Mueller

Telling Stories With Photographs: 2-session Workshop (Online)

(2) Wednesdays, September 15 & 29, 6:30-8:30 p.m. Central Time
Eric Mueller, artist, photographer, and teacher with over 40,000 followers on Instagram instagram.com/ericmueller/

Beginner How do you tell a story with photos or document an event in your daily life? In this beginner-level class we'll explore how photo essays work, how to pick a subject, and the steps needed to effectively tell your story through images. You will learn what goes into making a successful series of photos by selecting and photographing a subject of your choice. After a two-week period between sessions to allow you to complete your essay, participants will present their work to the group. $56 member/$61 non-member

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Photography Classes


family being photographed outdoors, photo vectorfusionart/shutterstock

Photographing People in Nature (Online)

Thursday, September 16, 8:30-10:00 a.m. Central Time
Don Tredinnick, professional nature photographer, instructor and owner of Frozen Hiker Photography

Beginner Early autumn offers so many opportunities to spend time with friends and family in the great outdoors. We often want to capture these moments, but taking photos of people in nature reveals harsh shadows, distracting elements, blown out backgrounds and dappled light. Join Don and fellow photography enthusiasts to learn how to overcome these challenges. $25 member/$30 non-member

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Photography Classes


needle felted loon, Laura Berlage

Loon: Birds of the North Needle Felting Series (Online)

Friday, September 24, 1:00-4:00 p.m.
Laura Berlage, Fiber artist and in-demand instructor, Laura weaves classical art training with her fundamental need to create works that liberate the creative soul

Needle felting is fun! You will be guided step-by-step through the process to transform hand-dyed wool from the instructor's flock of sheep from her family's century-old homestead farm outside Hayward, Wisconsin into your very own adorable felted bird! $94 member/$114 non-member

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Fiber Arts Classes


Raptor photography images at the Aboretum, photos by Carlyn Iverson & Sue Isaacson

Raptor Photography: Exclusive Camera Access (Online + In-Person Practicum)

Carlyn Iverson, Professional photographer, Conservationist working in science education for the public, underwritten by the Raptor Center

Live Webinar: Wednesday, September 29, 6-8 p.m. PLUS
In-Person Raptor Photoshoot at the Arboretum Saturday, October 2
10 a.m.-12:15 p.m. OR 12:45-3 p.m.

All levels Owls, vultures, and eagles, oh my! Experience this unique opportunity to photograph mighty raptors in controlled, safe natural settings of the Arboretum. $119 member/$139 non-member

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Photography Classes



October

Photographer taking photos of fall leaves outside in nature

Photographing Fall Color (Online)

Friday, October 1, 6:30-8:00 p.m. Central Time
Don Tredinnick, professional nature photographer, instructor and owner of Frozen Hiker Photography

All levels Late September through late October is an amazing time to photograph the colors of fall, but capturing that beauty can be a challenge! Explore: Planning your fall photography outing, Capturing the changing leaves, Camera settings, Composition, Coping with the elements, Post processing, Landscape photography fundamentals, and The hyperfocal point.
$24 member/$32 non-member

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Photography Classes


hand editing photo on iphone, photos:EditingMadeEasy (phone), Eric Mueller (image)

iPhone Photo Editing Made Easy: 2-Session Workshop (Online)

Tuesday, October 5 AND Thursday, October 7, 6:30-9:00 p.m. Central Time
Eric Mueller, artist, photographer, and teacher with over 40,000 followers on Instagram instagram.com/ericmueller/

Beginner Shooting photos is the beginning of great photography, but if you want your photos to look their best, you'll also have to edit them! In this beginner-level, two-part class you'll learn how to edit your photos using the amazingly capable (and totally free) app Snapseed -all on your iPhone! $65 member/$70 non-member

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Photography Classes


watercolor leafscapes of Black Walnut Tree, artist Sonja Hutchinson

Watercolor Workshop: Leafscapes of the Black Walnut Tree (Online OR In-Person at the Arb)

Thursday October 7, 10:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.
Sonja Hutchinson, Award-winning painter and long time watercolor painting instructor

Some watercolor experience preferred Don't miss this Arboretum-exclusive class where you will create a rhythmic painting featuring the leaf patterns and fruit orbs of the handsome Black Walnut tree. Sonja's accessible learning approach will keep the class fun and ensure you take your painting to the next level. $69 member/$84 non-member

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Painting & Drawing Classes


night photographer silhouette, photo Guitar Photographer/shutterstock

Essential Night Photography: 4-Session Series (Online)

Series includes ALL 4 sessions
Tuesday, October 19, 7:00-9:00 p.m. Central Time
Thursday, October 21, 7:00-9:00 p.m. Central Time
Tuesday, October 26, 7:00-9:00 p.m. Central Time
Thursday, October 28, 7:00-9:00 p.m. Central Time
Dr. Mike Shaw, acclaimed Astrophotographer, Author of "The Complete Guide to Landscape Astrophotography" and "Creative Nightscapes"

Experienced Beginner In this series of night photography essentials, Dr. Mike Shaw walks you through his astrophotography process. From planning to shooting to editing, everything you need to get started shooting the moon, stars, and galaxy will be discussed! $128 member/$148 non-member

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Photography Classes


River birch watercolor painting by Sonja Hutchinson

Watercolor Painting Workshop: River Birch Tree (Online OR In-Person at the Arb)

Friday, October 22, 10:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.
Sonja Hutchinson, Award-winning painter and long time watercolor painting instructor

Advanced Beginner to Experienced The intriguing bark of the river birch enlivens our landscapes all year. Paint a young tree in rich warm color against a crisp Minnesota sky. Leave with a finished painting and the knowledge to take you further in your creative journey. $69 member/$84 non-member

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Painting & Drawing Classes


cooking butternut squash, photo AndreaDeLaParra/shutterstock

Winter Squash Wonders: Cook-Along Live (Online)

Saturday, October 23, 9:00-10:30 a.m.
Ann Bercher, Culinary Education Specialist, Minnesota Landscape Arboretum

Cook along in real time from your own kitchen as you watch and follow live with Ann. Learn preparation techniques for varieties such as the traditional butternut, and also more unique varieties like kabocha, delicata, and hubbard in several different recipes including: Squash Rolls ¦ Butternut Squash and Spinach Lasagna ¦ Pumpkin-Poblano Hot Dish ¦ Pumpkin Cheesecake. $20 member household/$25 non-member household

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Cooking Classes


November

iphone photographer at sunset taking photo of beautiful light, photo Eric Mueller

Understanding Light: Creative iPhone Photography (Online)

Saturday, November 6, 9:00 a.m.-noon Central Time
Eric Mueller, artist, photographer, and teacher with over 40,000 followers on Instagram instagram.com/ericmueller/

Beginner Without light, photography would be impossible. But most of us don't fully understand how light works or how we can use it to make great photos. Using his iPhone photography, Eric will break down lighting concepts and show you techniques for making better photographs, whether you're at the arboretum or at home. $45 member/$50 non-member

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Photography Classes


December

Winter painted scene on an easel with wine. Art: AnnSolyst; photo scene: vectorfusionart/shutterstock

Paint & Sip: Winter at the Arboretum (Online)

Thursday, December 16, 2021, 6:00-8:00 p.m. Central time 
Ann Solyst, Award-winning painter and illustrator

All levels, no painting experience required This fun, interactive online workshop invites you to paint and socialize with your beverage of choice from the comfort of your own home! Attend solo and make new friends, or invite your friends and family from far and wide to register and paint together with you! The Arboretum produces stunning winter scenes which highlight the beauty of Minnesota at this time of year. Discover the joy of acrylic painting, a forgiving medium, as step-by-step instruction guides you to create your own lovely Arboretum winter scene! $39 member/$59 non-member

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Painting & Drawing Classes


January

2022 Extension ProHort Core Course

Online Class At-Your-Own-Pace starting January 6, 2022 
ProHort is for industry professionals, homeowners, educators and anyone looking for comprehensive horticulture foundation education from University of Minnesota Extension. The ProHort Core Course includes the same online classes offered for the Master Gardener Volunteer Core Course. Receive the same instruction at the same time, without the obligation of volunteering or continuing education! $550 Arb member or member of Endorsing Organization/$590 non-member, includes manual and optional Q&A sessions

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ProHort Course 2022

 

Adobe Photoshop on a computer blending layers, photo composite OleksiyMark and OlenaZaskochenko/shutterstock

Image Blending: Photoshop Fundamentals (Online)

Tuesday, January 4, 7:00-9:00 p.m. Central Time
Dr. Mike Shaw, acclaimed Astrophotographer, Author of "The Complete Guide to Landscape Astrophotography" and "Creative Nightscapes"

Intermediate Harness the incredible power of Photoshop to combine multiple images in creative ways. You‘ll learn how to apply image blending techniques to make images appear more realistic, free of defects and blemishes; or to make completely original graphic art -the sky's the limit! $35 member/$40 non-member

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Photography Classes


Adobe Photoshop on a computer using camera RAW feature, photo composite OleksiyMark/shutterstock

Camera Raw Tool: Photoshop Fundamentals (Online)

Thursday, January 6, 7:00-9:00 p.m. Central Time
Dr. Mike Shaw, acclaimed Astrophotographer, Author of "The Complete Guide to Landscape Astrophotography" and "Creative Nightscapes"

Intermediate Explore the full range of editing possibilities with Photoshop's Camera Raw processor. $35 member/$40 non-member

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Photography Classes


photographer in winter taking photos, photo StockSnap/Pixabay

Photographing Winter's Wonders (Online)

Saturday, January 8, 10 a.m.-noon Central Time
Don Tredinnick, professional nature photographer, instructor and owner of Frozen Hiker Photography

All levels Winter can yield surprisingly beautiful images - it's one of Don's favorite seasons for shooting pictures! It does take a little know-how, though. $32 member/$37 non-member

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Photography Classes


Adobe Photoshop on a computer using color manipulation, photo composite OleksiyMark/shutterstock

Color Management: Photoshop Fundamentals (Online)

Tuesday, January 11, 7:00-9:00 p.m. Central Time
Dr. Mike Shaw, acclaimed Astrophotographer, Author of "The Complete Guide to Landscape Astrophotography" and "Creative Nightscapes"

Intermediate Color management is one of the most important aspects of photography. Poor lighting or the wrong color scheme can wreck an otherwise perfect image. This webinar will explore the basic concepts of Photoshop color management so you can reliably create perfect color images and make them POP! $35 member/$40 non-member

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Photography Classes


Adobe Photoshop on a computer making beautiful winter portrait, photo composite OleksiyMark and OlenaZaskochenko/shutterstock

Portrait Magic: Photoshop Fundamentals (Online)

Thursday, January 13, 7:00-9:00 p.m. Central Time
Dr. Mike Shaw, acclaimed Astrophotographer, Author of "The Complete Guide to Landscape Astrophotography" and "Creative Nightscapes"

Intermediate Learn how to "Photoshop" your indoor and outdoor portrait photography into treasured family heirlooms! $35 member/$40 non-member

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Photography Classes


soup stocks and fresh garden ingredients, photo bluebirdprovisions/pixabay

Stock to Soup: Cook-Along Live (Online)

Saturday, January 15, 2022, 9:00-10:30 a.m.
Ann Bercher, Culinary Education Specialist, Minnesota Landscape Arboretum

Learn how to make your own homemade stock or broth, then explore flavor and texture combinations to transform them into amazing and satisfying soups! Cook along in real time from your own kitchen with Ann as she creates: Basic Chicken Stock, Beef Stock & Vegetable Broth ¦ The Best Potato Soup ¦ Butternut Squash Soup ¦ Beef Bourguignon $20 member household/$25 non-member household

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Cooking Classes


hand editing photo on iphone, photos:EditingMadeEasy (phone), Eric Mueller (image)

iPhone Photo Editing Made Easy: 2-Session Workshop (Online)

Tuesday, January 18 AND Thursday, January 20, 6:30-9:00 p.m. Central Time
Eric Mueller, artist, photographer, and teacher with over 40,000 followers on Instagram instagram.com/ericmueller/

Beginner Shooting photos is the beginning of great photography, but if you want your photos to look their best, you'll also have to edit them! In this beginner-level, two-part class you'll learn how to edit your photos using the amazingly capable (and totally free) app Snapseed -all on your iPhone! $65 member/$70 non-member

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Photography Classes


composition photo by Eric Mueller

Shooting & Composition: Creative iPhone Photography (Online)

Saturday, January 22, 9:00 a.m.-noon Central Time
Eric Mueller, artist, photographer, and teacher with over 40,000 followers on Instagram instagram.com/ericmueller/

Beginner Wish you could take better photos with your iPhone? Are you confused about composition? In this beginner class you'll learn how to make effective, meaningful, and beautiful photographs with your iPhone! After this class, your friends will be clicking "like" on all your photos! $45 member/$50 non-member

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Photography Classes


macro photo of red berries in winter snow, photo Don Treddinick

Winter Macro Photography (Online)

Saturday, January 29, 9:30-11:00 a.m. Central Time
Don Tredinnick, professional nature photographer, instructor and owner of Frozen Hiker Photography

Beginner Explore the wonders of macro photography in a winter setting! You will learn macro photography techniques within the classroom and, with guidance from your instructor, put them into practice in the wintry landscape. $25 member/$30 non-member

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Photography Classes


Focus stacked image of landscape, photo Mike Shaw

Focus Stacking, From Concept to Completion (Online)

Saturday, January 29, 11:30 a.m.-1:00 p.m. Central Time
Don Tredinnick, professional nature photographer, instructor and owner of Frozen Hiker Photography

Beginner During this webinar we will use landscape and macro subjects like flowers or insects to learn the steps needed to create a focus-stacked image with maximum depth of field. $25 member/$30 non-member

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Photography Classes


February

Acrylic expressive abstract painting by instructor Ann Solyst

Expressive Play Creating Abstracts: Acrylic Painting (Online)

Saturday, February 12, 2022, 9:30 a.m.-12:00 p.m.
Ann Solyst, Award winning painter and illustrator

No experience necessary In this explorative and relaxing class students experience the joy of artistic play by creating a unique abstract acrylic painting. The instructor lead you through detailed demonstrations and help you develop your skills through exercises designed to gently prompt you to develop color schemes, invent compositions, and call forth your personal artistic voice. $49 member/$64 non-member

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Painting & Drawing Classes


bright red cardinal in winter, photo Don Olson, APS

Winter Bird Photography (Online)

Thursday, February 17, 6:30-8:00 p.m. Central Time
Don Tredinnick, professional nature photographer, instructor and owner of Frozen Hiker Photography

Beginner to Intermediate Create amazing photos of birds this winter! With the techniques presented in this webinar, you will be able to photograph birds on snow-covered branches, at the feeder, and in flight. $25 member/$30 non-member

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Photography Classes


bowls of pretty beans for cooking, photo museundo/pixabay

The Versatile Bean, from Dried to Canned: Cook-Along Live (Online)

Saturday, February 19, 9:00-10:30 a.m.
Ann Bercher, Culinary Education Specialist, Minnesota Landscape Arboretum

Learn cooking techniques and flavor combinations using a variety of healthy, delicious beans. Cook along in real time from your own kitchen as you watch and follow live with Ann as she perpares Black Bean & Sweet Potato Burrito ¦ Red Beans & Rice with Veggies ¦ The Best Vegetarian Chili $20 member household/$25 non-member household

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Cooking Classes


iphone photographer at sunset taking photo of beautiful light, photo Eric Mueller

Understanding Light: Creative iPhone Photography (Online)

Saturday, February 19, 9:00 a.m.-noon Central Time
Eric Mueller, artist, photographer, and teacher with over 40,000 followers on Instagram instagram.com/ericmueller/

Beginner Without light, photography would be impossible. But most of us don't fully understand how light works or how we can use it to make great photos. Using his iPhone photography, Eric will break down lighting concepts and show you techniques for making better photographs, whether you're at the arboretum or at home. $45 member/$50 non-member

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Photography Classes


March

 portrait of a man outside in winter, photo Eric Mueller

Shooting & Editing Portraits: Creative iPhone Photography (Online)

Saturday, March 5, 9:00 a.m.-noon Central Time
Eric Mueller, artist, photographer, and teacher with over 40,000 followers on Instagram instagram.com/ericmueller/

Beginner Without light photography would be impossible, but most of us don't fully understand how light works or how we can use it to make great photos. Using his iPhone photography, Eric will break down lighting concepts and show you techniques for making great smartphone portraits of your friends and family at the Arboretum or anywhere. $45 member/$50 non-member

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Photography Classes


man taking photos outside in nature, photo from Storyblocks

Thursday, March 10, 6:30-8:00 p.m. Central Time
Don Tredinnick, professional nature photographer, instructor and owner of Frozen Hiker Photography

Beginner Today's cameras are packed with great features and the optics have never been better, but you're still shooting in auto mode. In this webinar for budding nature photographers, you will learn how to utilize the full potential of today's cameras so you can capture amazing nature photos. $25 member/$30 non-member

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Photography Classes


colorful Watercolor painting by Sonja Hutchinson

Finding Your Rhythm in Watercolor (Online)

Tuesday, March 15, 2022, 9:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.
Sonja Hutchinson, Award-winning painter and long time watercolor painting instructor

No experience necessary This live interactive workshop (online) on Zoom will help you understand the relationships between paper, water, paint and brushes in watercolor. $45 member/$65 non-member

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Painting & Drawing Classes


 

 

 


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