For those interested in other art forms, MMofA is continually offering new and exciting classes to try out. From making one-of-a-kind textiles using Batik Art to jewelry making or glass fusing, these classes help students develop new skills using unconventional materials.
Matthew Hopson-Walker, whose work is currently featured in the MMofA exhibition do it, will teach this introductory workshop that offers a starting point to help students in the understanding of the reduction printmaking technique.
Create your own amazing fabric art using the hot wax batik technique. Instructor Joseph Booth, artist and graphic designer, will lead the class in using stamps and brushes to create patterns and explore interesting dye effects. Students will create one-of-a-kind pieces that can be used as scarves, wall hangings, pillows, and much more.
Artist and professor Scott Stephens will lead this workshop on the traditional printmaking method of copperplate drypoint. Participants will learn to use a stylus to incise an image into the copper and then print the image onto paper using a printing press.