All classes are managed by the instructors listed below, not ArtSpace Maynard. Please direct all questions to the contact details listed.

 

Art & Clay
Weekly Classes and Summer Workshops for kids.  We teach new skills, encourage creativity and focus on building confidence.  Our classes are small, relaxed and fun!
Mary Morazzi-Henderson 978-424-3839
Donna Melanson 978-807-3305
Studio 20S – Silk & Clay Studio
silkandclay@comcast.net
www.silkandclay.com
www.facebook.com/SilkandClayStudio

 

Classical Guitar and Other Styles
Berit studied classical guitar technique for 8 intensive years in America and in Italy. She has taught all levels from beginner to advanced and can quickly work on improving expression and technique. In addition to teaching at ArtSpace, Ms. Strong teaches at the Boston Conservatory of Music and Indian Hill Music Center.  Ages 8 – 80.
Contact Berit through her website.
$30 for a 30 minute session, or $65/hour
Berit Strong 978-758-9465
Studio 126
beritstrong@hotmail.com
www.beritstrong.com

 

Drawing & Painting
Kids Classes: Year round weekly classes and vacation programs for all ages
in drawing, painting, printmaking & more using a wide range of techniques and materials.
Adult and Teen Classes: Traditional and new approaches to representational drawing and painting. Subject matter includes still-life, landscapes, and the figure.  All levels welcome.
Michelle Garro 978-430-9307
Studio 203
garrostudios@verizon.net
www.garrostudios.com

 

Knitting
Beginners to Advanced Design.  Morning, afternoon, and evening classes.
Individual instruction within a group, in a relaxed and social atmosphere.
Dee Cohen 978-621-3999
Studio 140
Deezine@me.com
www.facebook.com/pages/Dees-Knitting-Den/456240044413426

 

Piano
Ron Hertz, piano teacher Studio #12

 

Pottery
Private and semi-private wheel throwing & hand building lessons for all ages.
Mary Morazzi-Henderson 978-424-3839
Studio 20S – Silk & Clay Studio
silkandclay@comcast.net
www.silkandclay.com
www.facebook.com/SilkandClayStudio

 

Printmaking
Workshops and individual sessions in monoprinting with a press,
from painterly plates to experimental markmaking.
Jane McKinnon Johnstone 978-302-3998
Studio 231
jmjink@comcast.net
www.janemckinnonjohnstone.com

 

Printmaking, Alternative Photography, Book Arts, Watercolor, Papermaking
For class descriptions, see website.  Teens to adults.
Younger children accompanied by adult.
Gail Erwin 978-793-1373
Studio 9E
gail@erwinarts.com
www.erwinarts.com

 

Sewing
Follow a pattern, or design your own, to make clothing or decorative items.
Private or Semi-Private lessons.  All levels/ages.
Donna Melanson 978-807-3305
Studio 20S – Silk & Clay Studio
silkandclay@comcast.net
www.silkandclay.com
www.facebook.com/SilkandClayStudio

 

Sculpture
Introduction to Sculpture: Explore the process, and materials, used in creating three-dimensional portraits and figures. Try out different clays, learn about armatures, different casting processes, and what goes into creating a sculpture from start to finish.
Sculpture Group: This is a weekly session for sculptors with a little or a lot of experience. Using a live model, I will  offer guidance as each sculptor works on their own Figures and Portraits.
Arlene Fins 978-857-1157
Studio 32W
arlene@arlenefins.com
www.Arlenefins.com