Ludington Arts Center to Offer a Wide Variety of Workshops this Winter

LUDINGTON – The Ludington Area Center for the Arts will be hosting a wide range of workshops this winter to help area artists of all skill levels maintain their creativity.

The LACA pottery workshop will be lively this winter with classes for adults and children on Wednesdays, Thursdays and Sundays. Instructors Mary Case and Bekah Bramer will each give a variety of hand crafting workshops, such as:

• Three-week wheel-throwing course on January 13 and February 10;

• Workshop on clay vases, January 16;

• Cups workshop for two, January 19

• Heart-shaped gardening workshop, January 26;

• Workshop of clay cups, January 30;

• Workshop on resting spoons, February 2; and

• Clay cutting workshop, February 6.

Case will also once again teach his Thursday afternoon children’s class starting January 27.

Deb Borema will host a weekly sewing class every Sunday from January 16 to February 13. Students will start and complete a new project each week.

Borema will also organize its sewing course for young people every Tuesday from January 11. The youth sewing class is free for children or grandchildren of LACA members, non-members can become art center members for $ 40 to participate in the course.

Ellen Niemann will be leading a four-week beginner’s calligraphy workshop starting January 19.

The popular Acrylic Pour Chaotic Mike Coleman workshop returns on January 15th.

Linda Sandow will lead a multimedia workshop on interiors and a Funky Faces workshop.

Marie Marfia will lead a pastel portrait workshop on January 19.

For more information on these and other workshops at the Ludington Area Center for the Arts or to register, visit A face mask is mandatory for all workshops and to allow distance, the size of the workshops is limited.

LACA is located at 107 S. Harrison St. in downtown Ludington.