The Murray Art Guild is a community based non-profit organization dedicated to supporting arts enrichment. They’ve put together a fabulous and creative fall break camp called CREATE.
"We haven't offered these kinds of fall break classes before,” said Murray Art Guild Executive Director, Debi Danielson. “This is going to be a great opportunity for the community. Our youth classes have been going so well. I’m also excited about the teachers we have secured. They have all taught workshops in the summer for us, and it's fun to have them all back. We have such a great variety of art this week - including Emoji pillows! The students will be working on both two and three dimensional art projects - such fun!”
The classes will be held on Monday, October 1 through Wednesday, October 3 from 10 am-12 pm at the Murray Art Guild which is located at 500 North 4th Street in Murray. Join them for one or all three days of Fall Break ART! Classes are just $20/day, or $35/two days or $50/three days.
Monday, October 1
Instructor Emily Glowicki will be leading Art Exploring. Emily Glowicki is a Murray State University Art Education student who taught several youth workshops for MAG last summer. In this studio, participants will work on mixed media projects with an emphasis on experimentation and self expression. This class is suggested for those 6 & up.
Tuesday, October 2
Instructor Ann Gosser is hosting Soft Sculpture/Emoji Pillows. Local artist Ann Gosser will lead participants through design and construction of these 3D art projects. They'll borrow from contemporary culture to create soft expressive pillows. Projects with Ann are always fun, colorful and contemporary! This class is suggested for those 6 & up.
Wednesday, October 3
Instructors Rosemary Kandt & Gwen will be leading Beading. Gwen, teen artist dedicated to creativity, and her mentor, local beader Rosemary Kandt will guide participants through making paper beads, then using the beads to develop colorful patterns for memory wire bracelets. Beautiful and wearable! This class is suggested for those 9 & up.