February 1, 2023
Annapolis, US 33 F

Register now for summer classes at Maryland Hall

Maryland Hall Pottery

Maryland Hall PotteryMaryland Hall’s Summer Classes are now on sale, featuring 24 new classes for adults and children.  Summer classes begin June 14 and run through mid-August.  To register, go to www.marylandhall.org.   More than 4,500 adults and children take arts classes through three semesters (Winter/Spring; Summer; and Fall) at Maryland Hall in disciplines ranging from art and dance to ceramics and drama. 

New summer classes for children include the following:

  • Roots & Rhythm:  Exploring Cultural Diversity through Dance, ages  9-12 
  • Creations in Clay, ages 4-6
  • Adventures in Art, ages 4-6
  • Artful Books:  Storytelling Through Arts, ages 4-6
  • Discovering Art In Nature, ages 4-6
  • Glass Jewelry for all ages, ages 6 and up
  • Little Masters, ages 6-8+
  • Painting:  The Basics, ages 6-8+
  • Painting Furry and Feather Friends, ages 8-12+
  • Animal Drawing Essentials, ages 8-12+
  • Junior Landscape Painting Workshop, ages 9-12
  • Junior Portrait Workshop, ages 9-12+

New summer classes for adults include the following:

  • Glass Jewelry (glass)
  • Bowl of Color (glass)
  • Beach Scenes and Glass Sun Catchers (glass)
  • Pottery Wheel:  Try It–three sections (ceramics)
  • The Splendor of Nature in Watercolor (visual arts)
  • Material and Techniques:  Dry Media Workshops (visual arts)
  • Material and Techniques:  Water Media Workshop (visual arts)
  • Professional Practices Workshop (visual arts)
  • Material and Techniques:  Oil Paints Workshop (visual arts)

Maryland Hall is located at 801 Chase Street, Annapolis, MD.  Its mission to deliver “art for all” is carried out through education classes, exhibitions, performances and outreach programs that serve our community and its residents.  For more information, go to www.marylandhall.org or call 410-263-5544. 

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