Art Social

  • Thursdays at 6:15 pm / $20 per art session / includes museum admission
  • $5 Fridays at 6:15 pm / $15 per art session / includes museum admission

    Join us for a creative, hands-on art lesson with an emphasis on fun. Art Social is one of our SHORTS programs, often held right near the MAG’s front entrance. This program is a great way to get yourself a little more creative, and you can bring a friend! Feel free to purchase food and drinks at the Brown Hound Downtown and carry them in to your Art Social program. You can also enjoy a visit to the galleries before or after your program. Art Social  runs an hour and a half and is led by Sara Blake and Casey Cardillo. Questions? 585.276.8959 or email Rachael Baldanza in the  Creative Workshop by clicking here.

Art Social

  • February 22 | Stained glass creations on paper
  • March 1 | In Motion Watercolor
  • March 2 | Terrific Triptych ($5 Friday!)  Get $5 off your class tonight ($15)
  • March 8 | Colorful landscapes inspired by David Hockney!
  • March 15| Zentangle Zoobilee
  • March 22 | Drawn from nature, layered drawings
  • March 29 | Warm Hearts, Cool colors
  • April 5 | Calming contours
  • April 6 | Colorful landscapes inspired by David Hockney!  ($5 Friday!)  Get $5 off your class tonight ($15)
  • April 12  | Playing with Pointillism
  • April 19  | Mysterious space
  • April 26 | Zentangles with color and dimension
  • May 3 | Quick Prints
  • May 4 | Inspired by Mexican paper cutting (Papel picado) / Cinco de Mayo ($5 Friday!)  Get $5 off your class tonight ($15)
  • May 10 | Lavish Landscapes
  • May 17 | Meditative Mandalas
  • May 24 | Pick your portrait
  • May 31 | Fancy flowers
  • June 1  | Passionate portraits
  • June 7 | In the Garden
  • June 14 | C’est tres bon! Pastel a la Toulouse-Lautrec
  • June 21 |Super solstice, long thin paintings!
  • June 28  |Responding to music—Jazztastic
  • July 5  | Bold & bright liquid watercolor paintings
  • July 6 | Quick Prints ($5 Friday!)  Get $5 off your class tonight ($15)

 

flowers above by Sara Blake