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Virtual Paint 'n Sip

Join us for our upcoming Virtual Paint 'n Sip on Friday, Feb. 19, at 6:30 p.m. Adjunct Fine Arts Professor Emily Wiedner ('17) will guide participants through the process of painting a Waynesburg-themed piece via Zoom.

The painting process will take approximately two and a half hours.

Be sure to register by Thursday, Feb. 11, 2021.

For this event, alumni have two options:

  1. If you would like us to provide your painting supplies, we will purchase the materials and ship them to you via Amazon ahead of the event. This option costs $50 per person and is listed as "$50 - Tutorial and Supplies" on the registration form.
  2. If you already have the supplies needed for this event, or if you would prefer to purchase the supplies on your own, you can select the “tutorial only” option for $10 per person. This option is listed as "$10 - Tutorial Only (purchase your own supplies)" on the registration form.

To view the Amazon Wish List of supplies you’ll need for this event, CLICK HERE(Keep in mind: if you select "$50: Tutorial and Supplies," we will mail these supplies to you!)

If you plan to purchase supplies on your own, keep in mind that the water cup and palette are optional. If you request that your materials be mailed to you, we will include the water cup and palette in your Amazon shipment.

If you would like to trace an outline of the piece onto your canvas ahead of the event, CLICK HERE to download and print a PDF version of the artwork file.

If you have any questions about this event, please contact Maura Fenske, Coordinator of Development and Alumni Relations, at