Join us every other Sunday for figure drawing in the Museum’s Golding-Scher classroom. Bring your favorite materials and work from a live nude model with a variety of timed poses and dramatic lighting. Model varies by session.
Get started with the art of spray painting with local artist Jujmo. In this one-day workshop you will learn some of the basics of working with different nozzles, practice with your new tools, and create some large-scale spray-painted art that you can take home.
After learning about Willie Cole’s process and technique, each student will create their own unique carved linoleum block print on paper. Students will use their carved blocks multiple times on the same surface to create a radially balanced image like Willie Cole’s Sunflower, currently on view in the exhibition The Making of a Museum: 100 Years 100 Works.
A printmaking class for beginning through advanced students. Learn how to create relief prints by carving linoleum blocks. After learning the basics, explore the individual and collaborative possibilities of using multiple carved printing blocks multiple times on the same piece of printmaking paper with printmaking instructor Susan Fredricks.
Learn how to transfer photographic imagery to polymer clay and create a sculptural piece with photographic imagery transferred to its surface. Bring in your printed photos or choose from our collection to create a unique sculptural presentation of a photograph. Inspired by the exhibition Modern Women, Modern Vision.
Learn the basics of shooting with a DSLR camera and understand its features and settings with photograph Will Douglas. Bring your own DSLR camera or borrow one of ours!
Inspired by Ordinary/Extraordinary: Haitian Vodou Flags, make colorful sewn imagery in fabric with sequining and applique. Use our supply of fabrics, sequins, and embroidery floss, and breathe new life into your old fabric scraps brought from home.
Learn about how painter Alma Thomas builds up a painting, and create a unique abstract painting in the same style using the same process. Workshop guided step-by-step by artist and TMA Studio Programs Coordinator Anthony Record. Workshop inspired by the Alma Thomas work New Galaxy, currently on view in the exhibition The Making of a Museum: 100 Years 100 Works.
Create an antiqued painting in acrylic on canvas based on a scene painted on ceramics in the antiquities collection. Follow along step-by-step with the instructor Anthony Record, or create your own imagery using the same process and materials to create a unique painting with an ancient-appearing surface.