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This program began in the fall 2016 in partnership with the Mennello Museum of American Art. Students from the Community School of the Arts expand their art experience by connecting with the museum environment, and creating their own artwork inspired by the exhibitions on display during a sequence of workshops during the fall semester, concluding with a student exhibition and opening reception.
The program is designed to fit the age group, skill level, and includes a guided tour, lecture, work project, and presentations.
Projects based on the current exhibition "Floating Beauty: Women in the Art of Ukiyo-e and Ephemeral: American Impressionists and the Influence of Japan".
Saturdays 1:00-3:00 PM on the dates below.
1. Sat. Sep. 25 | in-person at the Mennello Museum | tour, pick-up art kits
2. Sat. Oct. 9 | online, live
3. Sat. Oct. 23 | online, live
* by Thu. Oct. 28 | drop-off completed artworks and art kit materials to the museum *
4. Sat. Oct 30 | Exhibition Presentation, Artwork return. End of program.
The Mennello Museum of American Art
900 East Princeton Street
Orlando, FL 32832
Students in the advanced level at the Community School of the Arts program are selected to participate.
Classes and supplies are free. Made possible by support from Women in the Arts and the Mennello Museum of American Art.
PO BOX 692195
Orlando, FL 32869-2195
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