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Kaye Synoground

Multnomah Arts Center has lost one of its own. A much loved instructor of watercolor and colored pencil, Kaye Synoground taught classes here since 1997, only retiring a couple of years ago.

Kaye was a career artist with over thirty years of experience including professional illustration, as an owner of her own studio gallery, A Closer Look in Multnomah Village, and teaching at places like the Multnomah Athletic Club and our center. Kaye was a member of the Watercolor Society of Oregon, the Colored Pencil Society of America, the Beaverton Arts Commission, and the Westside Artists group. Her work has been exhibited at the Washington County Museum, the Columbia Arts Center, the Halvorsen Gallery and the Newport Visual Arts Center. She also has had work published in “The Best of Colored Pencil” 1996 and 1997 by Rockport Publishers in Massachusetts.

Kaye brought to the classroom an encouraging and engaging atmosphere, and students flourished in her classes. She has been a true community member here – and has been supportive and generous with our program – donating equipment and supplies to help support our mission. We are honored to have worked with her and to have called her a friend.

Kaye passed last week after a battle with pancreatic cancer. She had enjoyed a brief remission from the cancer this last year, during which time she worked in her studio and put on a lovely retrospective show this June at the Village Frame & Gallery in Multnomah Village. An artist until the end, Kaye showed a zest for art and life that was remarkable and admired by all that new her.

A memorial for Kaye will be held on July 27th from 5 – 8pm at the Village Frame & Gallery in Multnomah Village.

MAC Gallery July Show

July 3 – August 4, 2015

Dave Cordes

Dave Cordes

oil on canvas

“Reflections on the Remarkable History of Organic Chemistry”

“Reflections on the Remarkable History of Organic Chemistry,” a show of oil on canvas paintings by Dave Cordes, will be on view in the Multnomah Arts Center Gallery beginning July 3, 2015. The work explores themes, issues and histories associated with the development of the science of organic chemistry. An opening reception will be held in the gallery Friday, July 3, 7-9pm. The show may be seen through August 4.

Dave Cordes is a professor of organic chemistry at Pacific University in Forest Grove, OR and has been actively working on chemistry and science-related prints and paintings for several years. In his paintings he tries to examine some of the history behind the chemistry. He provides the public with visually engaging access points for exploration, conversation, and reflection on the complex interactions of history, science, culture, and scholarship.

The majority of the paintings being shown are from two series, “100 Years of Organic Chemistry” and “Chemical Weapons of the First World War.” The first series consists of thematic portraits of the signature personalities involved in the development of the science of organic chemistry in the 19th and early 20th centuries. This was a revolutionary time in the history of chemistry and science and the cast of characters depicted in these works were pioneers at the frontiers of the new science. The second series is a newly completed series that was prepared to mark the centenary of the first modern use of chemical weapons at the Battle of Ypres in April 1915. Additional works from a series titled, “The Biggest Hits of Organic Chemistry,” will also be a display. Paintings in this group feature reflections of the major themes and concepts that are explored in an introductory organic chemistry course. See more at: www.chemicaljungle.com.

Reception: Friday, July 3 • 7-9pm

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Artists in the Studio Series: Print Arts Northwest

Trayle Studio: A Center for Printmaking and Book Arts

Artists in the Studio Series: Print Arts Northwest

Join MAC Trayle Studio in an engaging evening and learn about this long-running arts non-profit, now housed on our campus. Coinciding with their June retrospective exhibit in MAC’s gallery, “Thirty Years of Figurative Art,” representatives and artist members from PAN will give a print presentation including work from their founders portfolio and from current members. There will be a discussion on technique and the history of this organization that has served printmakers and printmaking education for over 30 years. Presenters include Daniel Jasa and Barbara Mason and George Johanson. Artists in the Studio Series is a new MAC program in which prominent artists in the world of printmaking and book arts share their work and expertise.

Artists in the Studio Series is a new MAC program in which prominent artists in the world of printmaking and book arts share their work and expertise.

Boy with Bird by Manuel Izquierdo

Two Eves George Johanson

compliance 17 by Barbara Mason

One Will Do by Daniel Jasa

Friday, June 26th, 6:30pm – 9pm

Location: Trayle Studio (Cottage 6 on the west end of MAC campus)
Free and open to the public, but space is limited and RSVP is highly recommended.

Send RSVPs to Nicole.Rawlins@portlandoregon.gov

Print Arts NW (PAN)

For over twenty-six years, Print Arts Northwest, formerly called the Northwest Print Council, has supported contemporary printmaking by promoting the practice, appreciation, and collection of original prints through exhibitions and educational programs. More than 150 artists are currently represented by the Council from Oregon, Washington, Alaska, Idaho, Hawaii, Montana, Alberta, California, Massachusetts, England, and British Columbia.

Mission
Print Arts Northwest supports contemporary fine art printmaking by promoting the practice, appreciation and collection of original prints through exhibitions and educational programs.
They are a 501 (c)(3) educational nonprofit. Print Arts Northwest programs, exhibitions and artist and non-artist memberships are open and accessible to all members of the public, regardless of race, sex, creed, national origin, disability or age.

PAN’s Goals
provide quality exhibitions for Artist Members offer the best value of any Portland gallery for original art provide a wide range of education programs for printmakers and art enthusiasts at all skill levels create a network of artists and collectors become an information exchange about our craft

George Johanson
A painter, printmaker and ceramic tile artist, George Johanson studied at the Museum Art School in Portland with further study in New York as well as London. He taught at the Museum Art School (now the Pacific Northwest College of Art) for 25 years until his retirement in 1980.
He has had more than 60 one man shows and is represented in public and private collections including the Portland Art Museum, the Smithsonian National Collection, in Washington, D.C. and the Victoria and Albert Museum in London. He received the Oregon Governor’s Arts Award. In 1992.
In 2002 the Portland Art Museum presented an exhibition of his drawings titled “Equivalents- Portraits of 80 Oregon Artists”. He was given a 60 year retrospective of his work at the Hallie Ford Museum, Salem in 2007. In 2010 the Pacific Northwest College of Art presented a major selection of his paintings titled “Seven Decades”. Johanson continues active work in his Portland studio.

Daniel Jasa
Daniel Jasa is an artist and printmaker working at Atelier Mars in Portland Oregon. He studied at the Pacific Northwest College of Art, was a printmaking monitor at the Art Students League of New York, and finished a master’s degree at Northern Illinois University. He teaches a weekly Open Studio as well as etching workshops at Atelier Meridian where he was Artist in Residence in 2009. Daniel is also an employee of McClain’s Printmaking Supplies and remains active in the community through exhibitions, workshops, and his advocacy work through Print Arts Northwest. His work can be seen in Portland at the Portland Art Museum’s Rental Sales Gallery.

Barbara Mason
Barbara Mason is an artist/printmaker working in her own printmaking studio in Aloha, 15 miles west of Portland, Oregon. A lifelong artist, she began studying printmaking in the early 80’s and was immediately enamored with the medium. Barbara made viscosity monotypes almost exclusively for 20 years until she discovered Solarplate etching. She has been an enthusiast of this process since 2001 and has taught the process in workshops since 2002. Serving 8 years on the board of the Vivian and Gordon Gilkey Center for Graphic Arts at the Portland Art Museum, she was also a founding board member of the 12 year old Art in the Pearl, and served on the board of Crow’s Shadow Institute of Art on the Umatilla Indian Reservation. Barbara is a past President of the Board of Print Arts Northwest the gallery and studio of the Northwest Print Council. She is the currently the education chair at Print Arts Northwest. Her work has been shown nationally and internationally, and has works in the collections of the Portland Art Museum, Intel Corporation, Crow’s Shadow Art Institute, the Spencer Museum of Art in Lawrence, Kansas, the New York Public Library Collection, the Halle Ford Museum, the National Museum of Kampala Uganda, the Applied Sciences University of Amman, Jordan, the Jordon Schnitzer Collection, the American Print Alliance Memorial Collection and numerous private individuals and corporations.

For more information about Print Arts Northwest, go to their website: www.printartsnw.org

Summer Literary Arts Classes

LITERARY ARTS READING

June 5 • 7 pm

Multnomah Arts Center Literary Arts Program instructors and students will read their poetry, fiction and nonfiction in a celebration of the written word. Open to the public.
Free admission.

Open Writing Studio Ages 16 & Up

Want to maintain your writing practice this summer with focused writing time? This class is for you! The instructor will offer prompts, set a timer, and guide you through a number of free-writing exercises. In-class sharing is optional. Drop into one class ($15) or sign up for a whole series. All levels.

1031471 Tu. 10 – 11:30 am Jun. 16 – Jul. 21 $70 [6 classes] Judith Pulman

Poetry Writing Workshop Ages 16 & Up

Are you looking for inspiration? Spend the day reading, writing, and listening to poetry. We will discuss methods for generating and revising poetry in a safe and supportive environment. Our time will be spent reading and listening to examples of published poetry, writing to prompts, and sharing what we have written. Bring an example of your poetry to share, pen, paper, and lunch.

1031474 Sat. 10 am – 3 pm Jun. 27 $46 [1 class] Christopher Luna

The Broadside—Word & Art in Print Ages 13 & Up

Make your own broadside from start to finish. You will be helped through the process of writing the text, making the art, and then printing it. The result? A small edition of your own. Experiment with creative writing, calligraphy, letterpress, relief printing and more to create posters, proclamations, poems, and other beautiful single-sided displays. Bring your writing in progress along with image ideas. Price includes a $35 studio and materials fee which is non-refundable after class begins. Get list online for additional needed materials.

1027643 Mon. – Fri. 10 am – 2 pm Sep. 14 – 18 $210 [5 classes] Christine Colasurdo & Nate Orton

Writing from the Senses Ages 6 – 8

How do you describe the texture of a cat’s tongue? The taste of macaroni and cheese? What about the smell of a rose? Learn how to really pay attention to your senses. Record life around you and life as you imagine it could be. Come home from class with a book containing poems, stories, and discoveries.

1029954 M – F 10 – 11:30 am Aug. 10 – 14 $75 [5 classes] Danielle Erickson

Messed-Up Myths & Fractured Fairy Tales Ages 9 – 12

What if Snow White met a prince, but actually fell in love with one of the dwarves? Engage your imagination by asking ‘what if’ questions about the stories you know, and have fun filling these stories with your own characters, situations, and settings. Leave class with five stories to share with family and friends!

1029955 M – F 12:30 – 2:30 pm Aug. 10 – 14 $100 [5 classes] Danielle Erickson

The World in Photo & Story Ages 13-17

Become an artist spy this summer! Translate observation skills into digital photographs and writing. Travel around Multnomah Village and record what you see. Explore how photos fit into writing. Maybe you’ll write a mystery set in Gabriel Park, a play staged in Annie Bloom’s, or compose a Fat City Cafe poem. Leave class with a book to share including digital prints. Bring a writing utensil and a current digital camera. This camp will travel off site. See important information on page 9 before registering for a camp.

1029937 M – F 10 am – 3 pm Aug. 3 – 7 $260 [5 classes] Jenna Gersbach-King & Amy Minato

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The Theatre Program Showcase

Friday, June 5 at 7 pm

You’re invited to enjoy
The Theatre Program Showcase

Come see what we’ve been working on in the Theatre Program! The evening features performances by four of our classes:

  • Act I: Youth classes Let’s Put On a Show & From the Page to the Stage
  • Act II: Adult classes Action for the Stage and Live Lit for Seniors

Admission is free and open to the public!

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Studio Theatre Performance

Studio Theatre Presents
Brothers and Sisters Grimm

We invite you to a free performance of Brothers and Sisters Grimm by MAC’s Studio Theatre class. Adapted for the stage by MAC instructor Timothy Scarrott and Dawn Panttaja. Performed and staged by an all student cast. full poster

Show Times:
 • Friday, June 12th at 7:00 pm
 • Saturday, June 13th at 7:00 pm
 • Sunday, June 14th at 3:00 pm

MAC will offer a Guys and Dolls, Jr: Musical Theatre Camp this Summer for ages 9-17 for more details click here.

The Studio Theatre will return in the Fall term

If you would like to inquire about our theatre program please contact MAC’s Theatre Coordinator Amy Jo McCarville via email.

• 7688 SW Capitol Hwy. Portland, OR 97219 • 503-823-2787 •

Multnomah Chorus Performance

Show Time:
 • Wednesday, May 27th at 7:30 pm

Multnomah Chorus

Multnomah Chorus

Come hear the beautiful mixing of voices that make choral music personal andunique in the world of music. The well-deserved reputation of the Multnomah Chorus continues to grow. Come experience it for yourself.

Bring everyone for this free performance.

The Multnomah Chorus will return in the Fall for another great session. For those who are ages 16 & up, who are looking for a great community vocal experience, details can be found in our Fall catalog (available in August).

MAC will offer our Tuesday Women’s Chorus this Summer details can be found here.

If you would like to inquire about individual Voice lessons please call (503)823-2787 for available lesson times and details.

• 7688 SW Capitol Hwy. Portland, OR 97219 • 503-823-2787 •

2015 Summer Camps!

Important Camp Information—Please Read Carefully

FOOD/DRINKS REQUIREMENTS: Please bring a water bottle and snacks for 1/2 day camps, or a water bottle, snacks, and a sack lunch for full day camps.

PICK-UP/DROP-OFF: MAC cannot accommodate early drop-off or late pick-up. Please list all individuals authorized to pick up your child on the Participant Emergency Form. Any other arrangements must be requested in writing and approved by a Program Director.

REQUIRED FORMS: Participant Emergency Form — This form is required for all students and must be submitted to the MAC main office BEFORE the first day of camp. Please let MAC staff know if you have a current camp form already on file at MAC. Students who do not have this form on file will not be allowed to attend camp until this form is submitted. Please ask the MAC office staff for the form or download it here: Participant Emergency Form

MEDICAL ADMINISTRATION FORM: If your child requires the administration of any medications during camp, the Medical Administration form must be submitted one week in advance of camp start date. Please ask the MAC office staff for the form or download it here: Medical Administration Form

Summer Camps 2015!

Visual ArtDanceTheatre

Visual Art Camps

Little Artists Ages 3 – 5

Discover your creative spirit! Stir imaginations as you explore different textures, colors and shapes, moods and feelings. Build self-confidence and develop an appreciation for art through hands-on experiences. Who knows what hidden artistic talents you’ll find! Children in camp for ages 3-5 must be potty trained.

1028341 M – F 9:30 am – 12 pm Jul. 20 – 24 $120 [5 classes] Audrey Lungershausen
1023768 M – F 9:30 am – 12 pm Aug. 10 – 14 $120 [5 classes] Susie Kaplan
1025641 M – F 9:30 am – 12 pm Aug. 17 – 21 $120 [5 classes] Susie Kaplan

Material World Ages 5 – 8

Have you ever wanted to make your own art supplies and materials from scratch? Blend science and art, mixing concoctions from home-made watercolor paint, chalk, paper, and more from natural and recycled materials. Take home ‘recipes’ to continue your colorful creative journey.

1025736 M – F 9:30 am – 12 pm Jul. 27 – 31 $120 [5 classes] Sarah Fagan

Bookmaking from Around the World Ages 5 – 8

Travel through history and across cultures to create book structures from every continent but Antarctica—even outer space! Think Totem Poles as narrative devices from North America. Mysterious knotted quipus from Peru, and decorative Girdle books from Medieval England. See what storytelling means from different times and places!

1025737 M – F 9:30 am – 12 pm Aug. 17 – 21 $120 [5 classes] Sarah Fagan

Drawing & Painting Animals Ages 6 – 9

Do you love animals? Pique your curiosity and creativity developing drawing and painting skills using different media—pencil, ink, pastels and water-based paint. Discover dimension and depth while producing unique compositions. Bring your favorite furry creatures and flying friends to life!

1028474 M – F 9:30 am – 12 pm Aug. 10 – 14 $120 [5 classes] Alex Chiu

Junior Picassos Ages 6 – 9

Discover the artist within you! Who knows what hidden talent you will find? Create masterpieces with chalk, crayon, glue, wood, clay, pencils, paint, and more. Through hands-on experiences, boost your creativity and let your imagination soar!

1028478 M – F 9:30 am – 3:30 pm Jul. 20 – 24 $260 [5 classes] Nate Orton & Shelley Chamberlin
1032088 M – W 9:30 am – 3:30 pm Aug. 24 – 26 $156 [3 classes] Shelley Chamberlin & Nate Orton

Faces & Figures—Draw, Paint, Print & More Ages 9 – 13

Explore the art of creating fabulous faces and figures. First focus on drawing in pastels, painting with acrylics and other media—all about faces. Discover useful ways to draw and paint strong expressions and create vibrant works of colorful art. Next, learn tools and techniques to draw hands, feet, and the whole body. Draw the figure from life as well as photographs. Finally, learn how to bind your favorite creations into beautiful artist’s books to take home and treasure.

1027007 M – F 9:30 am – 3:30 pm Aug. 10 – 14 $260 [5 classes] Tobi Kibel Piatek & Nate Orton

Young da Vincis Ages 8 – 13

Become a well-rounded artist! Explore art forms like sculpture, drawing, painting, printmaking, mixed media, and more. Gain understanding of color, perspective, texture and materials while creating masterpieces to take home and enjoy for years.

Drawing, painting, printmaking, sculpture, mixed media, claymation, cartooning, comics, & zine making.

1028335 M – F 9:30 am – 3:30 pm Jul. 27 – 31 $260 [5 classes] Alex Chiu & Nate Orton

Drawing, painting, printmaking, sculpture, & mixed media.

1028336 M – F 9:30 am – 3:30 pm Aug. 17 – 21 $260 [5 classes] Nate Orton

Fashion Art Ages 10 – 15

Through a variety of art projects, try your hand at fashion sketching, clothing and fabric design, display and marketing design. Working from many resources, find inspiration from history and contemporary influences. Explore the importance of design elements such as color, line and composition in visual presentations.

1025637 M – F 9:30 am – 12 pm Aug. 3 – 7 $120 [5 classes] Tobi Kibel Piatek
1025638 M – F 1 – 3:30 pm Aug. 3 – 7 $120 [5 classes] Tobi Kibel Piatek

The World in Photo & Story Ages 13-17

Become an artist spy this summer! Translate observation skills into digital photographs and writing. Travel around Multnomah Village and record what you see. Explore how photos fit into writing. Maybe you’ll write a mystery set in Gabriel Park, a play staged in Annie Bloom’s, or compose a Fat City Cafe poem. Leave class with a book to share including digital prints. Bring a writing utensil and a current digital camera. This camp will travel off site.

1029937 M – F 10 am – 3 pm Aug. 3 – 7 $260 [5 classes] Jenna Gersbach-King & Amy Minato

Basketry Workshop Ages 8 & Up

Make two full-size baskets and several small fun projects while learning the basics of rattan basketmaking. Weave a base, with shapes and patterns and learn the materials and tools that are used. Many color choices as well as natural materials will be available. The skills developed in this workshop will lay the foundation for an inexpensive and useful lifelong hobby. Camp guidelines do not apply for this 2-day workshop.

1028426 M -Tu. 9:30 am-12:30 pm Aug. 3 – 4 $80 [2 classes] Carol Ross & Roger Besselievre

Dance Camps

Yoga & Dance Camps

Explore yoga movement and creative dance through activity, games, songs, group yoga, meditation, jokes, trick and basic postures. Cultivate life skills such as cooperation, self-control, agility, strength, flexibility, relaxation tools and creativity. Be better prepared for everyday life, sports and school with exercises that benefit both mind and body. Please bring a blanket to class, and a mat if you have one.

For Families—Kids Ages 5 – 10
Parent or guardian welcome to register and attend with your child. Children may also register and attend alone.

1026994 M – F 9:15 am – 12:15 pm Jul. 20 – 24 $131 [5 classes] Jarmila Darby

For Kid’s Only—Ages 5 – 10

1026991 M – F 1 – 4 pm Jul. 20 – 24 $131 [5 classes] Jarmila Darby

Dance Magic—Three Kinds Ages 4 – 7

The first steps of ballet, the first leaps of jazz and the joy and wonder of creative movement! Stretch, jump, whirl into several different forms of dance. Make ballerina dolls, tiaras and position guide maps. Mix different muscle groups with different ways to move the body.

1028102 M – F 9:15 am – 12:15 pm Jul. 27 – 31 $131 [5 classes] Jarmila Darby

Princesses, Princes, Kings & Queens Ages 4 – 7

Travel to enchanting places and times! Develop fine and royal qualities. Cultivate grace, poise and internal strength. Through movement, song, and arts and crafts, expand coordination, train your ear and feed your imagination.

1026880 M – F 1 – 4 pm Jul. 27 – 31 $131 [5 classes] Jarmila Darby

Dance Around the World

Have a great time celebrating dance! Explore simple movements from various cultures around the world. Develop good technique, improved coordination and teamwork. Make new friends while discovering cultural customs and costumes that bring excitement to a variety of dances!

Theatre Camps

Playing Fables Ages 4 – 6

Explore the world of folklore, fables and tall tales! Learn about story telling and performing arts by working as a class team to act out well known fables. Then collaborate to develop your very own fable, with sets, props and costumes. There will be a performance for family and friends on the last day of camp.

1032183 M – F 9:30 am – 12:30 pm Aug. 24 – 48 $120 [5 classes] Leah White

French Folk Tales Ages 10 – 14

Character analysis and stage presence shine through the development of two hilarious short folktales. Excellent opportunity to experience the challenging and exciting arc of performing a play. Plays will be performed in a showcase open to the public on the last day of camp.

1030204 M – F 9:30 am – 3:30 pm Aug. 24 – 28 $210 [5 classes] Adrienne Flagg

The Devil in Poe’s Belfry Ages 13 – 18

Learn the foundations of adapting material through the creation of dialogue, innovative staging of poetry, and physicalizing the author’s intent. Writing, movement and performance skills will be challenged and stretched as the cast builds a rich, dark. and haunting performance of Edgar Allen Poe’s work. The play will be performed in a showcase open to the public on the last day of camp.

1030202 M – F 9:30 am – 4:30 pm Aug. 17 – 21 $245 [5 classes] Adrienne Flagg

Musical Theatre — Guys & Dolls, Jr. Ages 9 – 17

Experience the thrill of performing in this 3 week intensive. Find fulfillment and expression on stage and enjoy the fun and camaraderie of a great summer day camp. Caring directors and instructors will lead the cast to a full production of Guys and Dolls, Jr. which culminates in 3 main-stage shows August 7 – 9. Explore acting, singing, and dancing and improve your theatrical skills as you build friendships and gain confidence. Guys & Dolls, Jr. features great roles, tons of fun dance numbers and loads of catchy tunes. There’s a part for everyone in this exhilarating educational experience!

Performances: Fri., Aug. 7 & Sat., Aug. 8 at 7 pm & Sun., Aug. 9 at 3 pm

1024011 M – F for 3 Weeks! 9:30 am – 4:30 pm • July 20 – August 7 $630 [15 classes] Rachael Brown, Ashleigh Bragg & Alberta Hardy

Truth be Told

Friday May 8th, 2015

Story teller Leigh

Truth be Told

A Night of Storytelling in the Village!

Doors Open at 7:00pm.

Storytelling Begin at 7:30pm.

We won’t just give you the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth—come to Truth Be Told and rest assured that you’ll get to hear the juicy bits, too. Chortle, cry, and grin as community members and professional storytellers tell stories from life about travel. The curated storytellers for this event are: Santigie Fofana-Dura, Edward Hershey, Jeremy Lucas, Emily Pittman Newberry, Catherine Rutledge-Gorman, and Donna Zerner.

Stories include tales of places as far and near as Namibia, Ukraine, and Philadelphia. Take a journey with our storytellers and support a community cause. Judith Pulman will be emceeing and telling a story and MAC’s house band—Amy Jo McCarville, Jack Buddeke, and Sue Bert — will be providing music..

Watch Holly Robison tell a story about family and flying ants from
the May 2014 edition of Truth Be Told:

This event is presented by the Multnomah Arts Center Association with generous support from neighborhood businesses. Beer, wine, pizza, and soft drinks will all be available by donation. All proceeds benefit MACA, the Multnomah Arts Center Association, an all-volunteer 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that supports the vibrancy and health of MAC through fundraising and advocacy.

Ages 21 and Over. No minors admitted.

7688 SW Capitol Hwy. Portland, OR 97219 • 503-823-2787

Spring Arts & Crafts Sale

Friday 9am to 9pm & Saturday 9am to 4pm
May 1st & 2nd

Spring
Arts & Crafts Sale

Ceramics \\\ Textiles \\\ Jewelry \\\ Prints \\\ Paintings \\\ & More

This sale is just in time for Mothers Day, featuring the work of over fifty artists and the support of MACA’s volunteers. Art sales support MAC’s mission to promote arts education on a community level. Come out and find a unique hand made gift that you won’t find anywhere else.


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