MAEP; Nicole Havekost; Chthonic

Virtual Art School: Sculpture

Art School is in session! Join a Mia teaching artist each week for a drop-in art-making experience. We’ll explore works from Mia’s collection and create art using simple materials we can find around us. Each week’s session is designed with a particular audience in mind, but open to everyone! Sessions last approximately 45 minutes. In April we’re sxploring empathy and feelings through the lens of art. Inspired by MAEP artist Nicole Havekost’s Chthonic, use paper, tape, and other recycled materials to create art!

Mia teaching artist Sara Tucker will lead an engaging and accessible art-making activity for adults experiencing dementia and their care partners. Join Sara Tucker to explore the artworks in Nicole Havekost’s Chthonic. Then, make a sculptural artwork of your own. Materials needed: Paper and tape. Optional: Natural materials gathered from outside like twigs, leaves, or flowers.

No need to register, just meet us on Mia’s Teaching Artist YouTube on Tuesdays at 10am! Click here to join.

To learn more about Art School, click here.

MAEP; Nicole Havekost; Chthonic