Makes Art: Open Studio

5/4/21, 11:00 PM

Participants will have access to various art supplies and have a space to create!

The Mono Arts Council is offering an after school open studio for high school students, grades 9-12. Participants will have access to various art supplies and have a space to create!

Time & Location:
Tuesday, May 4th, 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM

Mono Arts Council Gallery, 437 Old Mammoth Rd suite M, Mammoth Lakes, CA 93546, USA (Next to the Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory and Tailwaggers Pet Store)

About the Event:

The Mono Arts Council is offering an after school open studio for high school students, grades 9-12.

Come create your own art with free materials and studio space.

Mrs. Ellis is the MHS advisor and will attend studio sessions.

dellis@mammothusd.org

Hora y Lugar:
Martes, 4 de Mayo, 4:00 PM a 6:00 PM

Mono Arts Council Gallery, 437 Old Mammoth Rd suite M, Mammoth Lakes, CA 93546, USA (a lado del Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory y la tienda de la mascotas Tailwaggers)

Sobre el Evento:

El Mono Arts Council ofrece un estudio abierto después de la escuela para estudiantes de secundaria, 9-12 grados.
Ven a crear tu propio arte con materiales gratuitos y espacio de estudio.

Sra. Ellis es el asesor de MHS y asistirá a las sesiones de estudio.

dellis@mammothusd.org

Donate to MAC

Friends of the Arts - $150

Friends of the Arts is our donor level for all patron and arts supporters. We need 250 Friends of the Arts for our after school programs, community outreach, and gallery maintenance.

Patrons - $500

Our Patrons donor level helps provide foundational funding for our student Scholarship program and our Summer Art Camp. We need 25 Patrons.

Dreammakers - $2,500 to $5,000

The Dreammakers donor level will help launch our Music Program and provide continued support for our new Digital Arts program. $50,000 annually.

Guardians

Our Guardians provide the core funding for our faculty, staff and facilities providing arts programs to the community throughout the year. Please contact Kristin Reese (kristin@monoarts.org) for more information.