Cape Cod Museum of Art spring art classes begin April 12th

Variety of classes for adults and children, April 12th through June 7th in Dennis

Cape Cod Museum of Art is offering a wide variety of classes and workshops for children and adults in its spring session. The offerings include a clay class for children as well as variety of choices for adults including art history, painting, drawing, pastels, printmaking, calligraphy, film discussion, photography, jewelry making and sculpture and clay classes.

Adult classes include: The Provincetown Artist Colony (history of the Provincetown artist colony) with Debbie Forman; Basic Drawing and Acrylic Painting taught by CCMA Curator Michael Giaquinto; Painting Oils with Primary Colors with artist Lance Walker; a Watercolor class taught by award-winning artist Kely Knowles; Figure Drawing with Patrick Blackwell; Discovering Film with Eric Hart of the Cape Cinema;  Drawing & Relief Sculpture with Sarah Holl; Oil Painting for All Levels with Robert Roark; Wheel Thrown Pottery with Nat Doane; Jewelry Making with Jesse Horowitz; Intermediate Digital Photography with Stan Godwin; Dry Pastels with Peter Richenburg; Printmaking with Kate Sidwell; and Clay Treasures for Kids with Jenn Reed.  There will also be a weekend workshop, April 17 - 18: Calligraphy - Design Your Own Monogram with Rick Paulus.

The museum has two open studio forums: Open Studio for Collage with Christy King,  Wednesdays 1 pm – 4 pm and an Open Clay Studio, Thursday evenings, 6 pm – 8 pm and Friday afternoons, 2 pm – 4 pm. These open studio forums are for those who wish to work on projects in a studio environment with other artist for networking, idea sharing and support.

A list of class and workshop descriptions may be found here.

To register by phone, call 508-385-4477 ext.16. To register online, or for a complete listing of classes and workshops, visit CCMA's website at www.ccmoa.org.

Courtesy of CCMA.

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