325A Grove Street, East Lansing, MI 48823 | Phone (517) 333-7180
Hours: Wednesday–Friday 12–5:30pm | Saturday 11–5:00pm |  Sunday 12–4pm


 Grove Gallery & Studios

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Registration with payment is required to hold your spot. Registration fee is nonrefundable, as instructors commit to supplies and prep time based on registration numbers.

Materials fees are paid by cash or check directly to the instructor on the day of the workshop.


To Register:
First, contact the instructor directly to register for classes. Payment (cash or a check made out to your instructor) may me mailed to your instructor or dropped of at Grove to secure your spot.

Questions about a class?
Contact the individual instructor via email as listed by each course offering.

Introduction to Reverse-Glass Painting
with Maryann Boyd & Beth Kupsis

Leave this workshop with your own reverse- glass acrylic painting. Learn to blend vibrant colors to create your masterpiece. Bring your own simple drawing or use drawings provided.
Anyone can have fun and exciting results with this process.

Date: Saturday, March 17 
Time: 1-5pm
Cost $48
Materials will be provided by instructors.
Maximum number of participants: 8
Snacks will be provided. 

Please provide your own beverage of choice.


Grove Gallery and Studios

325A Grove Street, East Lansing.

517 333-7180

To register and get further details contact:
Maryann at [email protected]    Phone  517-669-3846
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Linocuts 101 – a four-week workshop


Instructor: Laura B. DeLind ([email protected]; laurabdelind-linocuts.com/)

Contact Laura to register and for details.


Date: Tuesdays – April 3rd, 10th, 17th, and 24th, 2018

Time: 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.


Place: Grove Gallery and Studios - 325 Grove St, East Lansing, MI 48823; phone (517) 333-7180 


Workshop cost (paid to the instructor): $60.00  


Materials cost (paid to instructor): $40 approx*


* Speedball Linocut Set #2 (two handles) - $12.77

* 150 ml tube of black Caligo oil-based, wash-safe ink - $14.87

* Package of 12 – 5” x7” pieces of battleship grey linoleum - $11.39

* Package of 100 sheets of Masterprinter paper - $5.06


NOTE: If you already have linoleum (or wood) cutting knives, linoleum, ink, and/or paper please let Laura know by March 15th. Otherwise, she will order the materials listed above for each workshop participant. (Typically, we can expect a discount and free shipping on bulk orders from Blick Art.)


Workshop description: This workshop is designed for beginning relief printmakers. We will be working with the linocut – a simple, yet sophisticated, form of relief (or block) print. We will use linocuts to explore line and mass, positive and negative space, pattern and composition in our creative work. We will learn to cut blocks and “pull” prints by hand, experimenting with a variety of papers (everything from paper bags to museum quality papers). We will compose solely in black and white (not color) and learn how to professionally present our finished work for sale and/or public display.


Session #1 (April 3rd)

  1. Exploring the tools and printing process
  2. Working with line and mass; positive and negative space


Session #2 (April 10th)

  1. Thinking about borders
  2. Thinking beyond borders (using the whole block)


Session #3 (April 17th)

  1. Composing with pattern (not color)
  2. Using ‘chatter’ as a design element


Session #4 (April 24th)  

  1. Incorporating text into the composition
  2. Numbering, titling, and signing finished work
Coffee, Tea and Creativity: Find Your Own Personal Style

With Jessica Kovan

Wednesday April 18, 25, May 2, 9
from 10-12am
Cost $80 total for the 4 sessions.

An invitation to discover your personal style…

Discover your creative self in this unique class!  Come learn to personalize your drawing or painting style while unleashing your creativity. 

This class will explore a variety of approaches to help students find their own sources of art and inspiration. It is not a class about being shown a way of doing art but instead discovering your own way.  Through a variety of hands-on activities and weekly homework assignments you will think about and discuss how and why you paint what you paint, while also listening to and getting to know your own artistic voice.

​Coffee, tea and  light refreshments will be served.​

Supplies needed: A blank journal, pencil, and a readiness to explore

Contact Jessica for details and registration.
[email protected]
You can register via PayPal at this LINK.