Artistic Expressions – An Open Studio for People with Special Needs since 1990
We will set you up with what you want to do:
DRAWING, PAINTING, PRINTMAKING, COLLAGE, CLAY, MOSAICS, WEAVING, PHOTOGRAPHY, ANIMATION, JEWELRY, PLASTER, WIRE SCULPTURE, WOOD WORKING
Each semester ends with a celebration and an exhibition of all the work you’ve made that term
Artist Jim Pruznick leads this open studio class for adults and teens with developmental disabilities, in which art making topics are tailored to new and returning students, and include drawing, painting, sculpting, mixed media, and fiber arts. What do we mean by “open studio?” Open studio means it’s all about choice. Our students are presented with a variety of materials and are encouraged to express their own vision in this fun, supportive class. The instructor presents the materials and how to use them; but the students are in charge of making their own art – they make all the creative choices.
“Artistic Expression” is an art class with creative, therapeutic and social objectives. We think art is good for you – building skills, dexterity and self esteem. If you think that art is good for you too and would like to learn more, please give us a call in the Education Department 908-735-8415 x. 119. Registration is now open HERE.
Scholarships Available for Artistic Expressions Class
The Hunterdon Art Museum is now offering 10 partial scholarships to its Artistic Expressions class for adults with developmental disabilities this Winter 2017.
Scholarships are available on a first-come, first-serve basis. To qualify, just complete the application available here or call HAM Education Coordinator April Anderson at 908-735-8415. Deadline to apply is Tuesday, January 3.
Two Artistic Expressions classes that run for ten consecutive weeks are being offered this Winter: a Tuesday class beginning January 17th or a Thursday class starting January 19th. Both begin at 6:30 p.m., and scholarships are available for either class.
The scholarships were donated by individuals who attended the Museum’s ArtParty fund-raising gala September 2015.