Healing Arts Series: Building a Vision+Action Board

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Learn to build a visual representation of your dreams, desires and goals. Focus on writing action items to map out activities you can do today to achieve your vision. Each participant will receive one poster board and magazines will be provided. Participants are encouraged to bring any extra materials they desire. Part of the Healing Arts Series at the Southwest Branch. Registration required. Ages 18 and up.

Origami Ornaments

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Saturday, December 16th the Modernism Museum Mount Dora will host an origami workshop perfect for the holidays. We are welcoming back Paula Davis, the talented instructor who will lead this creative workshop focusing on the construction of a German Christmas Star Ornament. With the ornaments created, Ms. Davis will show how you can turn your ornaments into a wreath– just in time for your Christmas décor, it is right around the corner!

 

This workshop is for participants 14 years of age or older. Tickets are $20 each for non-members or $15 for 3MD members. Only 12 seats are available, space is limited, please call (352) 385-0034 to reserve your seat or visit www.modernismmuseum.org/events for more information

Origami Ornaments

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Saturday, December 16th the Modernism Museum Mount Dora will host an origami workshop perfect for the holidays. We are welcoming back Paula Davis, the talented instructor who will lead this creative workshop focusing on the construction of a German Christmas Star Ornament. With the ornaments created, Ms. Davis will show how you can turn your ornaments into a wreath– just in time for your Christmas décor, it is right around the corner!

 

This workshop is for participants 14 years of age or older. Tickets are $20 each for non-members or $15 for 3MD members. Only 12 seats are available, space is limited, please call (352) 385-0034 to reserve your seat or visit www.modernismmuseum.org/events for more information

Art Night Out: The Skeleton in Living Color

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Instructor: PJ Svedja

In the spirit of Halloween, join us for this adults-only event and explore the foundation of the human figure–the skeleton—while experimenting with the effects of light and audio. Have a drink with us and learn how to render skeletal objects with a variety of drawing mediums and techniques as the ambient lighting changes from warm to cool. Participants of all skill-levels can attend this workshop. Bring your friends or meet new ones at this wonderfully-macabre workshop!

Cost
Visitors: $30
Museum Members: $27

Class price includes all materials and an adult beverage. Limited to 20 students.

Presentation + Stitch ‘n Bitch Workshop with FL Prize Winner Noelle Mason

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PRESENTATION IN OMA’S SUNTRUST AUDITORIUM – 1-2PM

Join Noelle Mason, winner of the 2016 Florida Prize in Contemporary Art, as she shares insights about her work. Mason is a Tampa-based artist who uses embroidery and tapestry weaving to create her jarring artworks, which expose systems of political and social power. Noelle has selections from two bodies of work currently on view in the OMA galleries – one series that analyzes the politics of the US-Mexico border, and another that interprets imagery and evidence from the 1999 Columbine massacre.

This presentation is FREE to the public!

STITCH ‘N BITCH WORKSHOP – 2-3:30PM

Following her lecture, artist Noelle Mason will host a Stitch ‘n Bitch where participants are encouraged to bring their in-progress needlework and enjoy casual conversation while they work. Come for community, creativity and conversation. Light refreshments will be served.

$5 per person. Payable at the door.

Art Night Out: Let’s Get Plastered

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Portraiture takes many forms, and working three-dimensionally yields remarkably lifelike results. In this workshop with Brenda Bartnick you will learn how to cast body parts or items with plaster gauze. This process was made famous in the art world by the late artist George Segal, whose work can be seen in the in OMA galleries. Plaster casting is a two person process, so participants must sign up in pairs. Dress for a mess, bring a date or a friend, enjoy complementary drinks, and cast lifelike memories at Art Night Out!