Monroe-Walton Center for the Arts Shop hours:
Tuesday – Thursday 11 – 4 | Friday & Saturday 10 – 5 Be an Art Ambassador … use the icons below to share this newsletter to your Facebook page or forward this email to at least one other person – thank you!
Art Lab Starts Saturday With Donna Coffman and Sarah Scott
This two-hour class is all about technique and process art. This class is not about a final project but more about the art journey and “trusting the mess”. Ages 5 – 8 and 9 – 12ish. LEARN MORE HERE
Email Donna to register. Registration will close when the class fills or by 24 hours before class.
Drawing 101 starts Wednesday June 24!
with Sandy Blanchard
Wednesdays @ 3 – 4 pm REGISTER HERE – and detailsAdults and mature teens 16+. All skill levels – beginners to more advanced! Learn to draw with artist Sandy Blanchard.Different topics, approaches, tools and/or techniques addressed weekly.
Photography for beginners with Jessica Simao
Saturdays from 10 – noon.
Starts July 11
This is an on-going weekly class – jump in anytime! REGISTER HERELearn the functions of your camera, photo techniques, lighting and basic editing. Must bring your own camera.Adults and ages 14+
Short Fiction Workshop via Zoom with Jessica Hudgins
Wednesday evenings through July 8 from 7:00-8:30, via Zoom. REGISTER HEREThis short fiction workshop is for writers who are currently working on a novel or on a short story collection.Registration required 24 hours in advance.
As our area’s only non-profit community arts center, we depend on volunteers to help us in BIG ways to fulfill our two-fold mission of: 1) creating a thriving arts community through education, outreach and opportunities to ensure all people in Walton County have access to the many benefits of the arts
and 2) supporting the vital work of local artists and crafts people in Walton County, creating a beautiful and vibrant community.Volunteers are much needed and very appreciated! If you have volunteered in the past, we hope you know how crucial your contribution is. We love our volunteers!We are seeking to build our committees that support our on-going goals. If you are interested in helping us (or continuing to help us) with the important work of sharing the beauty and healing nature of art, please consider filling out the survey and returning it to us. We will funnel your survey, reflecting your interests, to the appropriate committee(s).
Volunteers come in at their convenience. We will do our best to match you to duties that uses your talents & interests, gives your purpose & joy and will introduce you to new friends!
Please take a look and consider filling out this SUPER SHORT (four questions!) interest survey. This does not commit you to anything, but will give you a chance to learn about ways you can help. And you can choose, of course, when you are ready to get involved.