Arts are a positive outlet to relieve stress and anxiety during the COVID-19 Pandemic in Rutherford County. An upcoming class will allow for residents of all ages (16 and older) to learn a new craft while allowing themselves to be creative. The class is on monoprinting and is led by Murfreesboro Painter Laureate Dawna Magliacano.
Monoprinting is a form of printmaking that allows you to create unique, free-form printed images. Participants will create their own monoprint using gelli plates.
The class will be on Monday, September 21st from 6 to 9PM in the Patterson Park Community Center. The local center will also be the location of a paper sculpting class in October (ages 10 and up), also taught by Magliacano.
On October 12th and 19th (Monday’s between 6 and 9PM), participants will create and paint their own paper sculpture.
The monoprinting class is $65 per participant and the paper sculpting class is $80 per person. Both classes are in the Patterson Park Community Center. For more details or to register, call or email Deborah Hunter at 615-801-2606 or email@example.com.