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Special Workshops

Finding Mindfulness Through Mandalas- (Date Change to 5/17/22)

All Skill Levels

Begins 05/17/2022, Ends 05/17/2022 - Register

*deadline to register: 05/22/2022

1 Tuesday, 06:00 PM-07:30 PM

Room 103

Instructor: Dianne Papes

Now offering this NEW one-time workshop in-person! In conjunction with the Art for Health & Healing Program, the Canton Museum of Art welcomes you to a special mindfulness workshop that focuses on slowing down, relieving stress, and learning to use creativity to increase awareness of self and be present in the moment. Join our Art for Health & Healing Program Coordinator, Dianne Papes, as she directs you through the intuitive process of creating a mandala using watercolor techniques. Mandala's have been found throughout the centuries. They can be found in architecture and art forms all around the world! Prior art experience is not necessary, but an open mind is always helpful!

*Cost includes all art supplies for one person.

COVID UPDATE:
*At this time, the CMA recommends but no longer requires students and instructors to wear a face mask inside the building. (Mask policies subject to change based on CDC guidelines)

Cost: $19.00 per person (Cost for Members: $15.00)

 

Ikebana Inspired Vases

All Skill Levels

Begins 06/08/2022, Ends 06/08/2022 - Register

*deadline to register: 06/06/2022

1 Wednesday, 05:30 PM-08:00 PM

Room 101

Instructor: Laura Kolinski-Schultz

Now offering this NEW one-time workshop in-person! Enjoy a short lecture with Bert Nero, an Ikebana (The Art of Japanese Flower Arranging) practitioner, who will speak on her experiences and the history of Ikebana. Then create a vase inspired by these beautiful arrangements. Students will use basic hand building techniques to make a ceramic container suitable for displaying their own Ikebana inspired flower arrangement. All skill levels welcome

*Cost includes all art supplies including firing and glazing of your pieces!

COVID UPDATE:
*At this time, the CMA recommends but no longer requires students and instructors to wear a face mask inside the building. (Mask policies subject to change based on CDC guidelines)

Cost: $39.00 per person (Cost for Members: $31.00)