Maud Morgan Arts will feature a strong summer lineup of clay making, drawing, printmaking, painting and sculpture classes, each offered during a different week.
Randy Garber will teach a class focused on drawing as a means of investigating the world, and the other exploring the intersection of drawing and printmaking. Students will expand drawing into collage in Deborah Davidson’s class, using paper, cloth, string, metal, found photographs and a variety of drawing surfaces. Vivid colors and dramatic textures will leap from students’ paintbrushes during Roz Sommer’s acrylic painting intensive.
Students in Boriana Kantcheva’s screen printing class will personalize fabric with their own drawings, designs and photographs. Anne Lilly will guide students into the fourth dimension with moving sculptures made from everyday objects, and for every child who has wondered how pop-up books work, Sonya Sheats will unravel the mystery of three-dimensional literature. Finally, Gideon Weisz will teach students how to turn paper and string into kites that fly, and the class will venture into the backyard to launch their creations into the air.
Summer session at MMA runs for eight weeks from July 8 through August 30.