Enjoy extra time to work on your own projects during this uninstructed Open Studio time. Clay, glazes, and pottery wheels will be available. (more…)
Forgot to find a gift for your favorite aunt? Who wouldn’t love a unique glass gift? We will use the time in the studio to make fused glass pendants, ornaments and sun catchers for your loved ones. This workshop is great for newbies and glass veterans alike.
*Students need to purchase their own glass cutter, running pliers, and safety glasses. Please email for instructions or suggestions.
Saturdays, October 27 & November 3
Build on basic pottery wheel skills in this six-week intermediate class. Participants will learn to refine their forms, throw larger pieces, and create more complex forms such as lidded jars. Students registering for Intermediate Throwing on the Pottery Wheel must have prior wheel throwing experience and the ability to center by themselves.
Tuesdays, October 2 – November 6
5:30 – 8 p.m.
EARLY BIRD: $165/$120 members
Register by 09/18/2018 for Early Bird Price
Saturday, October 6 @ 12 – 2:30 p.m.
Mobile Museum of Art is hosting the first annual Mobile Animation Film Festival. Lead by the Animation Department at the University of South Alabama, MAFF’s goal is to present the best of student, national, and international animation to the community of Mobile, AL. The showcase is dedicated to presenting animations in a variety of mediums, genres, and styles. Program is free and museum admission is waived for those attending the program.
Introductions by organizer, Karl Jahnke, Assistant Professor of Animation at the University of South Alabama. PLEASE NOTE: This program will contain adult content. Persons under 18 must be accompanied by an adult. Please RSVP: mobilemuseumofart.wufoo.com/forms/mobile-animation-film-festival-rsvp/
Spin a yarn with us for an evening of knitting in the galleries! Inside the exhibition Michael Olszewski: Meaning and Light, we will have comfortable seating for a knitting circle inspired by fiber art. In his work, artist Michael Olszewski strives to visually recreate the essence of feelings and emotions that co-exist between conflicting aspects of consciousness, relationships with others, and transitional life crises. Bring your own yarn and tools or pick them up when you get here, and join us for a meditative evening weaving your own experience. Heidi Sunday, owner of Mobile Yarn, will provide basic instruction for knitting and other projects involving string, and materials kits for a fee. A cash bar and snacks will be available in the lobby before and after the event.