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Main Line Art Center

Summer 2012
June 18 August 26
Early Registration Discount Through June 4

Make Time for Art This Summer!


Two shorter sessions for busy summer schedules

Inside: Classes for All Ages, Levels and Abilities Summer Art Camp Teen Studios

610.525.0272 www.mainlineart.org

ABOUT MAIN LINE ART CENTER


Since 1937, Main Line Art Center has enriched the lives of artists of all ages, levels and abilities, as well as art appreciators, by offering high quality visual arts experiences through classes led by professional Teaching Artists, exhibition opportunities, artistic development and networking opportunities. Main Line Art Center still operates with the mission originally set forth by the passionate group of artists who founded our communitys home for creativity 75 years ago: To inspire and engage artistic creativity for all ages and abilities and to celebrate and strengthen the essential role of visual art in community life. We are guided by our core values: respect for individual creativity; a belief that everyone has the ability to learn and appreciate art; the belief that art is essential for balance and enrichment; and that that art is a catalyst for building community. The vision of Main Line Art Center is to maintain and further enhance its unique culture of creativity in the visual arts. The art program at Main Line Art Center explores traditional art forms while embracing innovative, forward-thinking, and contemporary ideas. Our strength lies in welcoming new techniques and new teaching methods that encourage people at all levels of ability in the community to create and appreciate art. Classes and workshops are offered yearround in areas such as painting, drawing, sculpture, ceramics, photography, jewelry making, and printmaking. The Art Center offers up to ten annual exhibitions, including stretch and community exhibitions and seasonal fine crafts shows, that feature the work of established and emerging artists, many of whom are Members, faculty, and students.

About Main Line Art Center


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ART FOR EVERYONE


We are committed to making art accessible to everyone and accomplish this by offering art programs for individuals of all ages and abilities, including a unique series of outreach programs for children and adults with developmental and physical disabilities, and by offering $12,000 in need-based scholarships from a restricted endowment to our students each year. More than 16,000 individuals, ages two to senior citizens, participated in our programs last year either as artists, students, or enthusiastic viewers.

MAIN LINE ART CENTER 746 Panmure Road Haverford, PA 19041 P 610.525.0272 F 610.525.5036 www.mainlineart.org HOURS OF OPERATION
Monday Thursday: 9 am 9 pm Friday Sunday: 9 am 4:30 pm Closed Weekends beginning Sat., June 23.

CONTENTS

HOLIDAYS
(MLAC Closed)

Sat., May 26-Mon., May 28 (Memorial Day) Wed., July 4 (Independence Day)

STAFF DIRECTORY
Judy Herman
Executive Director, ext. 11

Stacie Brennan
Education Director, ext. 23

About Main Line Art Center Membership & Support Exhibitions & Special Events Trips Adult Classes 7 Drawing & Painting 1 2 Paper, Print & Book Arts 1 3 Photography 1 4 Jewelry & Metals 1 4 Glass Arts 1 5 Decorative Arts 1 5 Ceramics & Sculpture 1 7 Family Workshop 1 7 Summer Art Camp 1 7 Teen Studios 1 8 Registration

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Thomas Scurto-Davis
Director of Finance & Operations, ext. 15

Rachel Ammon
Communications Director, ext. 25

Anisa Haidary
Development Director, ext. 13

Emily Stewart
Registrar, ext. 10

Stean Wilborn
Assistant, Development & Events, ext. 12

Katie Groppi
Program Coordinator, ext. 17

Ellen Grennell
Assistant, Evening & Weekend, ext. 10

Katherine OMorchoe
Assistant, Evening & Weekend, ext. 10

Becky Chapell
Ceramic Technician, ext. 22 Jeffrey Allen Facility Maintenance

Join today to enjoy a wide range of year-round benefits while supporting arts education and community outreach programs at Main Line Art Center. All gifts are tax deductible to the extent allowed by law and may be matched by your employers matching gift program. We invite you to select the category that is right for you.* For the most up-to-date info visit: www.mainlineart.org/membership.php

GENERAL MEMBERSHIP
Household $75 Each person in your immediate household receives: Up to 25% discount on classes, trips, and workshops at the Art Center Discounts at local art supply stores and frame shops with Member card** Early access to online course catalog Opportunity to rent private studio space Opportunity to enter Members Exhibition (adults only) Reduced entry fees for juried exhibitions Use of open studio space with fee (at designated times) Invitations to exhibition openings, special events, and gallery talks with featured artists and curators Complimentary subscription to the Artfolio newsletter and Artmail e-news Priority scheduling for gallery rentals Reduced rates for birthday parties and Art Camp Personalized Member Card Individual $50 One adult receives all benefits listed above. Senior $45 One adult, age 65 years and over, receives all benefits. Child $40 One child, under 18 years, receives all benefits, plus reduced rates for birthday parties, Art Camp, and invitations to childrens exhibition openings. *Memberships may be upgraded up to 60 days and are nonrefundable. **Visit our website for a list of art supply and framing stores offering discounts to our Members.

Become a Young Friend! Were excited to launch a new Membership category exclusively for our friends ages 21 through 49. From studio tours to cocktail parties, weve got an exciting year planned for our Young Friends. Simply become a Member at any level and add the Young Friend fee ($50 per person) to join. Professional Artist Members This new category is for our Members who are professional artists. Benefits include a group webpage and image gallery on our website, Facebook and other social media promotion and a feature exhibition May 23June 14 for Professional Artist Members. Fall application deadline has passed. Look for a call for applications in the early spring. A $50 fee will be required once an applicant is accepted. This fee is in addition to a Membership fee of your choice; you must be a Member to participate. Please contact Anisa Haidary, Development Director, at 610.525.0272 ext. 13 with questions.

Membership & Support

Membership also makes a great gift for birthdays, anniversaries, and other special occasions. Simply provide us with the name and address of your gift recipient.

MAKE A DONATION AND SUPPORT ART FOR EVERYONE!


Donations to the Annual Fund help us keep tuition affordable, make studio improvements, and reach underserved audiences. All amounts make a difference, and significant donations enable us to address our most critical needs. Contributing Members, gifts of $175 and above, enjoy exclusive benefits and discounts on artwork, as well as a handmade gift by a local artist. Please consider adding a meaningful gift to the donation line of your registration form. Special Ways to Give
Honorary and Memorial Gifts

Members Discounts Colls Custom Framing, Conshohocken 10% off full price item or framing The Great Frame Up, Wayne 10% off framing Merion Art and Repro Center, Ardmore 10% with a minimum $10 purchase PA Guild of Craftsmen 10% off or the Member Price for classes and workshops offered at MLAC. PrintArtKids.com 10% discount. Call MLAC for promocode Rubinsteins, West Chester 33% off select purchases The Tangled Web, Philadelphia 10% any purchase, excluding classes Taws Presentation Plus, Philadelphia 10-45% off frames, printing, and tools; see website for info Utrecht Art Supply, Philadelphia 10% off any purchase Village Art Shop, Media 10% off any purchase Violette de Mazia Foundation, Wayne 10% reciprocal discount off classes and workshops Wayne Art Supplies and Custom Framing, Wayne 15% off any purchase Wren Fellini Gallery, Bryn Mawr 20% off framing

Contributions to Main Line Art Center are also a meaningful way to celebrate a friends birthday, anniversary, or other occasion, as well as remember a special person.
Planned Giving

By including Main Line Art Center in your estate or financial plans, your legacy gift helps ensure that the visual arts have a home in our community for many years to come.
United Way

You may also make a donation through your workplace giving program using Donor Choice #14859. For more information or to become a Member, please call Anisa Haidary at 610.525.0272, ext 13, or visit www.mainlineart.org.

Help celebrate our anniversary with a donation to the MLAC Annual Fund!
All new and increased donations will be matched by The William Penn Foundation.

EXHIBITIONS
Main Line Art Centers exhibitions and events celebrate the rich artistic talent found within our community and are free and open to the public to attend. For more information, including artist submission info, visit www.mainlineart.org

GALLERY HOURS
Mon.-Thurs., 10 am-8 pm Fri.-Sun., 10 am-4 pm First Friday, June 1, Open until 9 pm Closed Weekends beginning Sat., June 23

Out of the Attic: 75 Years of History


April 13-May 15 Gold Sponsors:

Professional Artist Members Exhibition


May 23-June 13 Opening Reception: Fri., June 1, 6-9 pm

Main Line Art Center is proud to present our first exhibition of work by our Professional Artist Members. These 73 Members were selected through an application process, and represent some of the most talented artists working in our region. Learn more about each of them, and view their work on our Professional Artist Member page: www.mainlineart.org/professional-artists.php

SAVE THE DATE!


Silver Sponsors:

Harmelin Media MINI of the Main Line Step back in time and follow Main Line Art Center along its 75 year history, growing from a small community of passionate artists to a well-respected art center that serves as the creative home for 16,000 people of all ages, levels and abilities each year. Hear about the transformative powers of the arts and the impact of the Art Center through stories and artwork shared by students and Members. One Night Stand
Fri., May 18, 6-9 pm Young Friends Cookout: 6-9 pm (see below)

Family Art Festival Saturday, September 8, 2012 Volunteers & Committee Members needed! Email mlac.festival@gmail.com to get involved.

TRIPS
Spring Hills Farm Painting Workshop with Francine Shore
June 8-10, 2012 $585 ($100 non-refundable deposit required)

Exhibitions Trips

For one night only, we'll open our galleries to artists of all mediums ages 21-35. Emerging painters, jewelers, sculptors, photographers, potters, and multi-media artists are invited to bring work to be displayed, viewed and sold. See our website to download a prospectus. Young Friends One Night Stand Cookout
Fri., May 18, 6-9 pm

We invite our Young Friends Members to join us in the garden for a spring cookout during One Night Stand. We will have burgers and dogs with all the fixins, and dont worry, vegetarians, well have you covered too! To reserve your tickets, please call Stean Wilborn at 610.525.0272 x12. Members: Free/$5 NM

Just two hours north of Philadelphia, Spring Hills Farm is an exquisite countryside retreat with hills, firs, ponds, and grasses as far as the eye can see...an amazing place to paint. The farms 400 acres as well as individual studios and gazebos allow the artist to gather important visual information. All meals are homemade, organic, and served in the warmth and hospitality of the Hulls family farm. Shuttle service to and from the farm is included. Trip includes instruction, art history, meals, bunkhouse accommodations, and many extras. Transportation to and from farm is $50, please register in advance. Other accommodations on the farm are available for a nominal fee.

Blue Ridge Mountains, North Carolina


July 8-15 $2,000 for private cabins with full bath and kitchenette and TV; $2,000 for large private rooms with full bath and TV in lodge; $1,800 private room with private bath in lodge.

Trips Drawing & Painting

The Blue Ridge Mountains are one of the most beautiful landscape settings in the country and a wonderful place to paint. We will be staying at a lodge and cabins just off of the Blue Ridge Parkway in Glendale Springs, N.C. For this workshop we will have our own personal chef preparing breakfast, lunches and dinner. This is a unique opportunity to combine painting and fine dining. The lodge has a large kitchen and dining room where we will gather for all our meals prepared just for the group. Spending time together around meals in a private setting creates a wonderful added enjoyment to the experience of painting together. There are several double occupancy rooms in the lodge with private baths as well as individual cabins with baths and kitchenettes. Golfing, canoeing and hiking are available for spouses. Pictures of the area can be seen by web searching blue ridge parkway. Price includes workshop, lodging and all meals: breakfast, lunch and dinner for seven days (wine and beer included). Visit www.mtnviewlodge.com. $450 for additional guests. To register contact Paul at pauldusold@verizon.net or 215.438.3440. Castine, Stonington & Camden, Maine
Aug. 19-26 $1220-$1900

Join artist and painting instructor Paul DuSold for a wonderful week of painting landscapes in Maine. We will be staying in the beautiful coastal town of Castine. We will be venturing out from Castine to paint in Stonington and other parts of Deere Isle. Maine has been inspiring American painters as a Summer retreat for decades. Artists from Winslow Homer to Edwin Hopper and Andrew Wyeth have produced important paintings of the Maine coast. We will be staying at the historic Manor Inn in Castine and making day trips to our painting sites. Price includes workshop, room and breakfast, and varies due to choice of accommodations. Visit www.manor-inn.com for more details. To register contact Paul at pauldusold@verizon.net or 215.438.3440.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION ABOUT SUMMER DAYTIME CL ASSES


We are excited to continue our partnership with The Haverford School to expand summer course offerings. Unless otherwise noted, most of our daytime adult classes will take place at The Haverford School, conveniently located next to the Art Center at 450 Lancaster Avenue, in their beautiful and spacious art studios. Class directions, information and supply lists will be available upon registration.

DRAWING & PAINTING

DAYTIME
All Levels

Basic Drawing
Robert Finch Mon., June 18-July 16, 9:30 am-12:30 pm Megan McManus Mon., July 23-Aug. 20, 9:30 am-12:30 pm

All Levels

Watercolor
Bonnie Mettler Mon., June 18-July 9, 9:30 am-12:30 pm 4 wks, $104 M/$122 NM Mon., July 23-Aug. 20, 9:30 am-12:30 pm 5 wks, $158 M/$184 NM ($25 off if registering for both)

Drawing skills are the foundation of any art form and can be used to enhance all aspects of art making. This class will help form an understanding of how one begins to replicate what they see in a personal, intuitive way. We will draw from a variety of subject matter including still life, objects of a geometric and organic nature, interiors and clothed figures. Tuition includes model fee. Open to adults and teens.
5 wks, $175 M/$201 NM each ($50 off if registering for both)

Painting in watercolor is a matter of learning the relationships between paint, water, brush and time. The only way to understand this is through experience. Join us in a supportive atmosphere to develop and strengthen your artistic judgment and skills to make paintings that are convincing and interesting.

All Levels

Landscape in Watercolor (From the Studio)


Bonnie Mettler Mon., June 18-July 9, 1-4 pm 4 wks, $104 M/$122 NM Mon., July 23-Aug. 20, 1-4 pm 5 wks, $158 M/$184 NM ($25 discount if registering for both)

Through the resources of photography and paintings, we will study the essential elements of capturing the landscape in watercolor. Learn to portray beautiful scenes with vibrant colors and textured strokes. Bring a choice of reference material as well as watercolor supplies.
All Levels & Mediums

All Levels & Mediums

Speed Painting Workshop


Nancy Bea Miller Tues., June 19 & 26, 9:30 am-12:30 pm

NEW! Family Portrait Painting


Bonnie Mettler Tues., June 19-July 10, 9:30 am-12:30 pm 4 wks, $104 M/$122 NM Tues., July 24-Aug. 21, 9:30 am-12:30 pm 5 wks, $158 M/$184 NM ($25 off if registering for both)

Exhibitions & Community Partnerships

We will concentrate on developing the skills necessary to make portraits and figurative paintings inspired by important people in our lives, including composing the page, seeing shape well and using color effectively. Gain confidence in rendering the figure in an atmosphere of support and encouragement. Please bring pictures for reference with you to class. Oils will be used in class.
All Levels & Mediums

Jump-start your painting technique with this high-energy class! Speed painting is alla prima painting on fast-forward. In this class, you will typically complete 2-6 small paintings in each session, and have a ball doing it! We will tackle still life that will definitely rev your artistic engines. Class is geared towards oil painting; however any painting or pastel medium is welcome. Some experience required.
2 wks, $79 M/$94 NM
All Levels & Mediums

Sketching the Landscape Workshop


Deena Ball Tues., July 24, 9:30 am-12:30 pm

Composing the Page


Bonnie Mettler Tues., June 19-July 24, 1-4 pm

Explore the compositional process. See how shapes relate through line and mass, create light and shadow and analyze master works breaking down the light, middle and dark values that create the composition. Class will use drawing exercises from simple to abstract views. Students will leave with solid compositional ability to analyze works in progress for dynamic composition and to strengthen the ability to make educated changes.
5 wks (no class July 10), $158 M/$184 NM ($25 off if registering for The Value of Color)

Photographs are great for capturing a moment, but a photo does not edit the landscape nor infuse it with emotion and personal perspective. This workshop will help you capture what you see on your adventures and create landscape sketches that can be used as reference for later paintings.
$52 M/$58 NM
All Levels & Mediums

The Value of Color


Bonnie Mettler Tues., July 31-Aug. 21, 1-4 pm

Color in painting is composed of three elements: value, hue and intensity. In this class we will break down these elements and examine each individually before using them to create compositions. Discover how color can create space and emotional tone within a painting.
4 wks, $104 M/$122 NM ($25 off if registering for Composing the Page)

All classes are also open to teens ages 16 and older!

All Levels & Mediums

All Levels

NEW! Painting Still Life & Landscape


Carol Kardon Wed., June 20-July 18 (no class 7/4), 9:30 am-12:30 pm Wed., Aug. 1-22, 9:30 am-12:30 pm

Pastels
Carol Kardon Wed., June 20-July 18 (no class 7/4), 1-4 pm Wed., Aug. 1-22, 1-4 pm

Drawing & Painting

Designed to acquaint students with the joy of painting when working from a still life or photos. We will discuss the technical aspects of painting materials, but our focus will be on the basic foundation of good painting: drawing, values, edges and color. Demos and individual instruction provided. Instructor will provide a still life each week but students may bring their own set-ups or photos. Beginners welcome.
4 wks, $104 M/$122 NM each ($10 off if registering for both)
All Levels

Pastels offer an enormous range of color and texture, and this class will explore the different types of soft pastel and paper surfaces that allow for such variety. Class will begin with a demo or a short talk. The focus will be on accurate information and basic principles of good drawing, values, edges and color. Attention is given to each individuals level of experience. Open to adults and teens.
4 wks, $104 M/$122 NM each ($10 off if registering for both)
All Levels

Painting Over the Line


Kassem Amoudi Tues., June 19-July 17, 10 am-3 pm Tues., July 24-Aug. 21, 10 am-3 pm 5 wks, $236 M/$275 NM each ($100 off if registering for both) Thurs., June 21-Aug. 23, 10 am-3 pm 10 wks, $365 M/$426 NM

NEW! Painting Flowers with Oil Pastels


Eileen Rosen Wed., June 20-July 18, 9:30 am-12:30 pm

Boldly enlarge and exaggerate one flower using vibrant and bendable oil pastels. Learn to simplify, enlarge and reinterpret what you see for a bold and beautiful painting. No previous experience necessary.
4 wks (no class July 4), $114 M/$132 NM
All Levels

NEW! Painting Summer Produce with Oil Pastels Workshop


Eileen Rosen Wed., July 25-Aug. 8, 9:30 am-3 pm

Vibrant, responsive and bendable oil pastels are a pleasurable medium to paint the summer bounty of fruits and vegetables. Learn to draw bold, simple shapes, layer and build color to develop values that result in a luminous painting. No previous experience necessary.
3 wks, $148 M/$172 NM
All Levels

Explore lively brushwork, color layering, focal points and balance between calm and busy. Discover how to work around imperfections and accidents and view them as opportunities. Work from imagination, pictures, or other means to find your voice and visual language. Individual support and examples from contemporary artists will serve to broaden and inform your understanding of innovative painting.
Advanced

Painting Seminar
Francine Shore Thurs., June 21-Aug. 23, 10 am-3 pm

Painting Small Still Life with Acrylics


Eileen Rosen Wed., June 20-July 18, 1:30-4 pm

Work from an individual arrangement of 3-5 small objects such as shells, jewelry, flowers or produce. Learn to block in small shapes, see values, mix colors and paint with confidence and deftness to develop a small and charming painting.
4 wks (no class 7/4), $104 M/$122 NM

This class will encourage the development of a diverse collection of images and varied subjects. Whether your work is traditional or contemporary, you will become aware of your personal style. Art history discussions and personal and group critiques will encourage a dialogue that connects the process of making work to exhibit. Mixed mediums encouraged.
10 wks, $365 M/$426 NM

Short sessions for busy schedules!

All Levels

Drawing with Color


Cavin Jones Fri., June 22-July 27, 9:30 am-12:30 pm

In this class we will use color pencil as a primary drawing medium. Thoughts, dreams, the written word, personal photos, magazine pictures and small objects can all be used to create an expressive picture. Intuitive design creation is encouraged using multiple media and techniques. This class is for the beginner as well as the more advanced student. Open to adults and teens. Classes take place at Main Line Art Center.
6 wks, $171 M/$200 NM
All Levels

All Levels

Absolute Beginner Watercolor Workshop


Deena Ball Mon., June 18 & 25, 6:30-9:30 pm

Mixed Media & Photo Encaustic Workshop


Leah MacDonald Sat., July 14 & Sun., July 15, 10 am-4 pm

Join Philadelphia artist Leah Macdonald for two days of intensive instruction to learn the basics of combining photography and encaustic media. Students will learn the history of the encaustic medium, how to paint with beeswax, methods for combining encaustic with photography, techniques for creating surface textures and mark-making, and receive an introduction to painting with oils and paintsticks. Class takes place at the artists studio. Class size is limited to 5 students.
$600 M/$625 NM

Haven't touched watercolors you used Crayola? Shied away from watercolor painting because everyone says that it is difficult? Come see what you can do with watercolors! There are new and different papers and pigments, plus watercolor sticks and pencils to choose from. We will start with a small still life done in two colors with professional grade tube watercolors on watercolor paper. Then we will experiment with some of the new materials available.
$80 M/$100 NM, $10 supply fee payable to instructor
All Levels

Acrylic Painting on Untraditional Surfaces Workshop


Sandi Neiman Lovitz Mon., July 9 & 16, 6:30-9:30 pm

Drawing & Painting

EVENING
All Levels

Learn the challenges of painting on an unfamiliar surface as you experiment with a variety of tools to apply acrylic paint to plexi glass. Explore the techniques and benefits to paint in reverse on plexi, where the viewer can appreciate the beauty of your first stroke, rather than the last as in traditional painting. Discover the translucent qualities that the materials offer as you take exciting risks and develop your painting skills. Plexi may be purchased from the instructor.
$89 M/$101 NM
All Levels

Open Media Still Life


Bonnie Mettler Mon., June 18-July 9, 6:30-9:30 pm 4 wks, $104 M/$122 NM Mon., July 23-Aug. 20, 6:30-9:30 pm 5 wks, $158 M/$184 NM ($25 off if registering for both)

NEW! Portrait Painting Fundamentals Workshop


Paul DuSold Tues., June 19 & 26, 6:30-9:30 pm

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In this class we will concentrate on developing the skills necessary to capture interesting still life on canvas, including composing the page, seeing shape well and using color effectively. Gain confidence working with the medium of your choice in an atmosphere of support and encouragement. Oils will be used in class.

Gain confidence in approaching portraiture. This workshop will be conducted in a stepby-step manner via lecture, demos and hands-on practice, with focus on understanding light and color in portraiture. Begin by drawing in charcoal, pencil and cont on toned paper to define directional light, texture and the illusion of space through line quality and shading. Then move on to focusing on seeing color in terms of warm and cool.
2 wks, $91 M/$103 NM

All Levels & Mediums

Open Life Studio


Wed., June 20-Aug. 15, 6:30-9:30 pm

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The Expressive Figure Workshop


Nancy Halbert Tues., July 10-24, 6:30-9:30 pm

Drawing & Painting

Enjoy this figure drawing and painting workshop, where we will deepen our knowledge of figurative work, while exploring an instructive and creative approach to rendering the model and the surrounding environment at the same time.
3 wks, $109 M/$125 NM
All Levels

Open Life Studio is an opportunity for artists at all levels to work independently to maintain or improve their life drawing skills in a variety of techniques and 2-D media. Together, the group determines poses and works from an extended pose. Participants must bring their own materials. Advanced registration is strongly encouraged as space is limited.
8 wks (no class July 4), $132 M/$177 NM, $22 per week
Beginning/Intermediate

Watercolor
Deena Ball Tues., July 10-Aug. 7, 6:30-9:30 pm

Color Theory & Composition


Megan McManus Wed., June 20-Aug. 1, 6:30-9:30 pm

This class will focus on basic watercolor techniques in a fun atmosphere. Each class will revolve around a topic and students will complete several small paintings. The emphasis of the class will be on the beauty, flexibility and special properties of watercolor. Supplies will be available so that artists can experiment with watercolor before investing in their own supplies. Open to adults and teens.
5 wks, $158 M/$184 NM, $40 optional supply fee payable to instructor
All Levels

Drawing with Ink


Cavin Jones Tues., June 19-July 17, 6:30-9:30 pm

This invaluable, rigorous course will focus on the visual and aesthetic interactions of color on 2-D surfaces. Theories of colorists such as Itten and Albers provide a pivotal structure in which to explore distance color properties and functions. The main goal is to ensure a working understanding of the visual nature of color by training the eye to become highly sensitized and discerning. Students will contextualize this language of color by building a portfolio of painted and collaged compositional studies that will challenge creative expression.
6 wks (no class July 4), $171 M/$200 NM
All Levels

Students will learn various techniques using ink as the primary medium. Cross-hatching, pointillism, wash, line, scribble and combinations thereof will be explored with the purpose of creating finished drawings. Students must have taken Basic Drawing as a prerequisite for this class. Open to adults and teens.
5 wks, $158 M/$184 NM ($40 off if registering for Drawing with Color)
All Levels

Fundamentals of Drawing
Michael Smith Thurs., June 21-July 19, 6:30-9:30 pm Thurs., July 26-Aug. 23, 6:30-9:30 pm

Drawing with Color


Cavin Jones Tues., July 24-Aug. 21, 6:30-9:30 pm

In this class we will use color pencil as a primary drawing medium. Thoughts, dreams, the written word, personal photos, magazine pics and small objects can all be used to create an expressive picture. Intuitive design creation is encouraged using multiple media and techniques. This class is for the beginner as well as the more advanced student. Open to adults and teens.
5 wks, $158 M/$184 NM ($40 off if registering for Drawing with Ink)

Learn the fundamentals and mechanics of drawing through direct observation. Using pencils conte crayon, charcoal, pastel and ink, beginners will be introduced to direct observational drawing and materials. Line quality, value changes and compositional arrangements would also be covered. Continuing students will develop and refine their understanding of perspective, composition and technique. Tuition includes supplies.
5 wks each, $158 M/$184 NM ($40 off if registering for both)

Celebrating 75 Years of Art for Everyone!

All Levels & Mediums

All Levels

Draw & Paint the Plant Kingdom in a Large Format


Nury Vicens Thurs., June 21-July 19, 6:30-9:30 pm Thurs., July 26-Aug. 23, 6:30-9:30 pm

Collage & Mixed Media


Francine Shore Mon., June 18-July 16, 1-4 pm Mon., July 23-Aug. 20, 1-4 pm

Explore small intricacies found in nature, through the use of exuberant color with large ranges in value, light and depth. Magnify the natural and sometimes not seen world, to give the possibility of making something lush and extraordinary, allowing freedom of expression beyond the literal representation.
5 wks each, $158 M/$184 NM ($40 off if registering for both)
All Levels

Collage is an important part of contemporary imagery. This class will explore its possibilities through an investigation of materials and techniques. The methods of integrating collage Matisse, Diebenkorn and Motherwell will be studied. Altered books will be explored to make a personal statement. The focus will be to develop a personal imagery with an emphasis on process. Classes take place at The Haverford School.
5 wks each, $158 M/$184 NM ($40 off if registering for both)

Painting Over the Line


Kassem Amoudi Thurs., June 21-July 19, 6:30-9:30 pm Thurs., July 26-Aug. 23, 6:30-9:30 pm

Please see description in Daytime Drawing & Painting.


5 wks each, $158 M/$184 NM ($40 off if registering for both)

PAPER, PRINT & BOOK ARTS

DAYTIME

All Levels

Intermediate/Advanced

Printmaking & Mixed Media


Francine Shore Tues., June 19-July 17, 9:30 am-12:30 pm Tues., July 24-Aug. 21, 9:30 am-12:30 pm

Collage & Mixed Media Studio Intensive Workshop


Andrea Snyder Mon., June 18-July 2, 9:30 am-12:30 pm

Paper, Print & Book Arts

Explore your personal style with one-on-one and group critiques. Master your choice of media using professional collage and mixed media techniques. Be inspired by the work of Bearden, Miro, Matisse, Conrad MarcaRelli, Rauschenberg and Ray Johnson. Work on paper, board, or canvasrealistic or abstractin an encouraging and developmental atmosphere. Painters, printmakers, and collage artists welcome. Classes take place at Main Line Art Center.
3 wks, $86 M/$102 NM, $15 supply fee payable to instructor

Focus on building an image through the possibilities of paper, ink, line, mass texture and color and then transferring it from plate to paper. Monotypes, stencils, dry point and collagraphs will be taught. Class time will provide printmakers with an exchange of aesthetics and concepts, materials and techniques that will be developed in the process of image making. Art history will be referenced. Classes take place at Main Line Art Center.
5 wks each, $183 M/$209 NM ($40 off if registering for both)

EVENING

Intermediate/Advanced

Collage & Mixed Media Studio Intensive


Andrea Snyder Mon., June 18-July 2, 6:30-9:30 pm

Please see description under Daytime Print, Paper & Book Arts.

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3 wks, $86 M/$102 NM, $15 supply fee payable to instructor

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PHOTOGRAPHY & DIGITAL ARTS

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DAYTIME
All Levels

Photography & Digital Arts

NEW! Adventures in Travel Photography


Owen Biddle Mon., July 9-Aug. 6, 9:30 am-12:30 pm

All Levels

Screen Print: Graphic Tees and Prints


Gillian Pokalo Wed., June 20-July 18 (no class July 4), 6:30-9:30 pm Wed., Aug. 1-22, 6:30-9:30 pm

Create your own textiles, handmade cards and fine art prints. Explore hands-on printmaking techniques including monoprinting, screen printing and transfer techniques. If you have ever wanted to explore several types of printmaking, combine techniques, or see what your hands can do, this is the class for you. Receive a screen you can use for at-home printing. Open to adults and teens.
4 wks each, $152 M/$170 NM ($10 off if registering for both)
All Levels

Travel photography combines the best of every style: landscape, capturing the unique scenery; photojournalism, recording other ways of life; portraiture, photographing new and old friends; still life, making compositions of special objects and artifacts (even foods) of a new place. Learn tips for insuring you get the pictures you want. Assignments are designed to give you practice with a wide range of approaches so that you will be confident and prepared for taking great photographs of your adventures. Classes take place at Main Line Art Center.
5 wks, $158 M/$184 NM
All Levels

Traditional B&W Photography


Sharon Doerner Thurs., June 21-July 26, 9:30 am-12:30 pm

NEW! Photos to Print


Gillian Pokalo Tues., July 24-Aug. 21, 6:30-9:30 pm

Investigate the expressive possibilities of alternative photographic processes, with or without a camera. This class provides an introduction to cyanotype, gum bichromate printmaking, and more. Experiment with printing your images on fabric, wood, and of course, paper.
5 wks, $203 M/$229 NM ($25 off if registered for B&W Photography)

Explore the beauty of black and white photography and discover why it has been a beloved medium for ages. Focus on how to use a camera and develop photographs using basic and manipulative printing techniques in the darkroom. Bring a 35mm camera with manual capability (no digital cameras) to the first class. Classes take place at Main Line Art Center. Open to adults and teens.
5 wks (no class July 5), $203 M/$229 NM

Mixed Media & Photo Encaustic Workshop


Leah MacDonald Sat., July 14 & Sun., July 15, 10 am-4 pm

Please see description under Drawing & Painting section.

Collagraphy Printmaking
Andrea Snyder Wed., Aug. 1-22, 9:30 am-12:30 pm

EVENING
All Levels

NEW! Abstraction in Photography


Owen Biddle Mon., July 9-Aug. 6, 6:30-9:30 pm

Create your Collagraph/Collage plate by texturing gesso & acrylic mediums and gluing a variety of materials onto a base. Then discover the thrill of rolling a printing press over your inked plate to see your image transferred onto paper. This is a fun class that is full of info for mastering multiple techniques and allows for personal expression. Teacher demos on entire process.
4 wks, $104 M/$122 NM, $20 supply fee payable to instructor

Taking photography beyond the subject, this class encourages you see the artistic and compositional opportunities in everyday life. Explore the abstract and formal elements of composition: line, shape, texture, and form and see how light and space can be used to amplify affects. Issues covered will include close-up, wide-angle versus telephoto, color versus black and white. Open to adults and teens.
5 wks, $158 M/$184 NM

All Levels

Intermediate Jewelry
Dawn Bergmaier Tues., June 19-July 24, 6:30-9:30 pm

Traditional B&W Photography


Sharon Doerner Tues., June 19-July 17, 6:30-9:30 pm

Explore the beauty of black and white photography and discover why it has been a beloved medium for ages. Focus on how to use a camera and develop photographs using basic and manipulative printing techniques in the darkroom. Bring a 35mm camera with manual capability (no digital cameras) to the first class. Open to adults and teens.
5 wks, $203 M/$229 NM
All Levels

Build your skills as you work on new techniques and individual projects. Join the class with projects already in progress, or with concepts for new works of art and bring them to life with personal demos and troubleshooting tactics.
6 wks, $219 M/$248 NM

Beginner Jewelry
Dawn Bergmaier Thurs., June 21-July 26, 6:30-9:30 pm

Photos to Print
Gillian Pokalo Tues., July 24-Aug. 21, 6:30-9:30 pm

Please see description under Print, Paper and Book Arts.


($25 off if registered for B&W Photography)
All Levels

Learn the basics of forming and joining to transform your ideas into wearable art. Practice the techniques of design layout, piercing, forming, basic construction, filing, soldering, coloration and finishing. Then combine these steps to create several pieces that are uniquely your own.
6 wks, $219 M/$248 NM

Digital Photo Made Easy


Ed Marco Thurs., June 28-Aug. 2, 6:30-9:30 pm

GL ASS ARTS
All Levels

Fused Glass Gems & Tiles


Carol Stirton-Broad Thurs., June 21-July 12, 6:30-9:30 pm

Jewelry & Metals Glass Arts

So you read about all the cool stuff you can do with your digital camera but dont know where to start? Learn from the beginning, including the technical aspects of how to handle a camera, adjust exposure and depth of field, properly use available light and understand good composition. Then learn how to download your photos and utilize Photoshop to correct exposure, crop and sharpen, clear up blemishes, and use layers to enhance and change backgrounds. Open to adults and teens.
5 wks (no class July 5), $245 M/$276 NM

Please see description under Ceramics & Sculpture.

JEWELRY & METALS

EVENING
All Levels

East Falls Glassworks Classes take place at East Falls Glassworks in Sherman Mills in East Falls, PA and are open to both adults and teens (13 and up). Introduction to Glassblowing
Tues., June 26-July 31, 6:30-9:30 pm Sat., June 30-Aug. 4, 1:30-4:30 pm

Intro to PMC Jewelry


Pat Henriques Wed., July 11-Aug. 8, 6:30-9:30 pm

Learn the basic techniques, tools, and processes used to convert Precious Metal Clay into a beautiful pendant or earrings. Learn to use templates and textures for design, finish and oxidize pieces after firing. Basic stone setting will be discussed as well. The teacher provides a toolkit for daily use, to be returned at the end of each class. Tuition includes one package of PMC, firing fees and additional studio tools.
5 wks, $233 M/$259 NM

If you'd like to try working with hot glass for the first time or need a refresher, this is the class for you. We start with an intro to tools, equipment, and basic techniques through the exploration of a new form each week. Exercises and hands-on time is provided to build a solid foundation of glassblowing skills and a collection of beautiful and functional work. Tuition includes supply fee.
6 wks each, $470 per class

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Glass Paperweights & Ornament Workshop


Sun., June 17, 1-4 pm Sun., July 15, 1-4 pm

All Levels

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Mosaics
Carol Stirton-Broad Wed., June 20-July 11, 4-6:30 pm 3 wks (no July 4), $113 M/$133 NM Jonathan Mandell Wed., July 18-Aug. 22, 4-6:30 pm 6 wks, $195 M/$223 NM ($50 off if registered for both)

Decorative Arts Ceramics & Sculpture

Designed for the total beginner, we provide the tools, supplies and instruction needed to create both a solid sculpted paperweight and blown ornament. These classes are a great way to get a feel for the way glass moves at 2000 degrees and have a fun and exciting afternoon at the same time. Students will have the option of making at least one of each.
$115 per workshop

DECORATIVE ARTS

EVENING

NEW! DIY Faux Finish


Laura Demme Mon., June 18-July 9, 6:30-9:30 pm Mon., July 23-Aug. 13, 6:30-9:30 pm

Explore traditional and modern techniques as well as a wide variety of materials in this popular class. We will cover design, fabrication, installation and some art history in our study of this amazing art form. Decorative, architectural and fine art pieces can all be achieved.

These days we all want to save money but not at the expense of our style. You may think you need new furniture, but all you really need is a transformation by color! Learn how to make simple repairs and improve the look of any surface on a wall or piece of furniture with decorative painting, added details and more. Demos, hands-on instruction and consultations for any room by the instructor will help spice up any room or bring it all together.
4 wks each, $104 M/$122 NM, $15 supply fee payable to instructer

EVENING
All Levels

Creative Raku
Sharon Bartmann & Marcia Reiver Mon., June 18-July 16, 6:30-9:30 pm Mon., July 23-Aug. 20, 6:30-9:30 pm

CERAMICS & SCULPTURE

DAYTIME
All Levels

Learn how to create, glaze and fire colorful raku pieces in this fun class. Instruction and demos by hand and wheel will help students bring their ideas to life, and then they will experience the exciting firing process by pulling their glowing pieces from the fire. No experience necessary.
5 wks each, $208 M/$234 NM ($40 off if registered for both)
All Levels

NEW! Handbuilding, Surface Decoration and Decals


Sharon Bartmann Wed., June 20-July 25, 4-6 pm

Tempered Glass Mosaics Workshop


Carol Shelkin Mon., June 18 & 25, 6:30-9:30 pm

Transferring images to clay is an exciting process that will take your work to a whole new level. Whether you use downloaded images, photos, personal drawings or simply words, decals can enhance your piece. We will explore ways to glaze and add color with underglazes to make the decals work in harmony with your work. Basic hand building will also be demonstrated. Throwers are welcome. Throwing will not be taught, but learning to alter your thrown pieces and give them that hand built touch will be. No computer experience necessary. Open to adults and teens.
5 wks (no class July 4), $176 M/$197 NM

We will show glittering examples of beautiful mosaic collage in a short presentation using a variety of materials including recycled materials with tempered glass, also known as safety glass and crash glass. We will complete an art mosaic using collage/ overlaying techniques with metallic papers, tissue, foils, glitter, photos, mylar paper and more. You will create abstract art with this recycled material. This is a perfect form of art to incorporate your own photos, and embellishments. Tools and all materials are included. No experience necessary.
2 wks, $110 M/$128 NM, $50 supply fee payable to instructor

Scholarships available! Apply today!

All Levels

All Levels

Painting with Glass in Mosaic


Carol Shelkin Mon, July 9-Aug. 6, 6:30-9:30 pm

Slab to Fab
Karen Sacks Tues., June 19-Aug. 21, 6:30-9:30 pm

Designed for those who would like to create a mosaic with stained glass and other materials. Model photographs will be provided and transposed into a stained glass mosaic. Learn traditional and non-traditional andamento and techniques to understand facial structure, cross contour, shading, cast shadow and how to see and use color. Learn to see things differently with artist tricks. We will discuss the entire composition, including negative space, balance, introduction to galleries, framing and networking. Students will begin a 12 x 12 stained glass mosaic and have enough materials to complete their work of art.
5 wks, $229 M/$268 NM, $50 supply fee payable to instructor

Learn how to turn a flat piece of clay into platters, bowls, vases, mugs, garden planters, tiles, mirrors and more. Students will master simple handbuilding techniques and create one-of-a-kind ceramic pieces in this fun and lively class. The possibilities are endless!
10 wks, $301 M/$347 NM
All Levels

Pottery: A Focus on Form & Function


Brad Johnson Wed., June 20-Aug. 22, 6:30-9:30 pm

Intro to Throwing
Bernadette Curran Tues., June 19-July 17, 6:30-9:30 pm

For those with little or no experience using clay, but have a desire to learn the basic techniques of throwing. Demos and hands-on instruction will allow students to experiment with a variety of forms and surface. In addition, individuals will develop their ability to see, explore ideas and create with curiosity. Tuition includes a half bag of clay. Additional clay and tools are available for purchase at the Art Center, including the Beginner's Tool Kit for $20. Open to adults and teens.
5 wks, $208 M/$234 NM ($50 off if registered for Ceramics Sampler)
All Levels

Turn your ordinary pots into extraordinary pieces. This course will help students interested in learning new techniques and furthering their artistic vision. Guidance and feedback will be provided in all aspects of pottery making and finishing. Choose to focus on wheel throwing or handbuilding. Returning students will be challenged with new projects and techniques for their skill level. Individual attention is paramount and demos will be given weekly.
9 wks (no class July 4), $289 M/$327 NM
All Levels

Mosaics
Carol Stirton-Broad Wed., June 20-July 11, 7-9:30 pm 3 wks (no July 4), $113 M/$133 NM Jonathan Mandell Wed., July 18-Aug. 22, 4-6:30 pm 6 wks, $195 M/$223 NM ($50 off if registered for both)

Ceramics & Sculpture

Ceramics Sampler
Bernadette Curran Tues., July 24-Aug. 21, 6:30-9:30 pm

We make a different project each week while learning a range of techniques. Handbuilding, tile making, wheel throwing, and glazing will all be covered during this fun and experimental class. By the end, students will have variety of complete projects and will leave with a better understanding of the breadth of the ceramic medium. Tuition includes a half bag of clay. Additional clay and tools are available for purchase at the Art Center, including the "Beginner's Tool Kit" for $20. Open to adults and teens.
5 wks, $208 M/$234 NM ($50 off if registered for Intro to Throwing)

Explore traditional and modern techniques as well as a wide variety of materials in this popular class. We will cover design, fabrication, installation and some art history in our study of this amazing art form. Decorative, architectural and fine art pieces can all be achieved.
All Levels

Fused Glass Gems & Tiles


Carol Stirton-Broad Thurs., June 21-July 12, 6:30-9:30 pm

Lets melt some glass! Learn to fuse glass to create beautiful, one-of-a-kind gems to use in necklaces, earrings, pins or bracelets or create tiles to use in mosaics. Additional supplies will be available for sale by the instructor. Open to teens and adults.
4 wks, $129 M/$147 NM

All classes are also open to teens ages 16 and older!

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All Levels

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Clay Rascals
Robert Deane Thurs., June 21-Aug. 23, 6:30-9:30 pm

YOUNG ARTISTS AT ML AC!


SUMMER ART CAMP: Oh the Places Youll Go! Exploring Our Community Through Art
June 18-Aug. 31

Family Workshop Summer Art Camp Teen Studios

Master the wheel and glazes as you hone your skills to become an indestructible force. Classes are catered to student interests with hands-on demos and step-by-step guidance. Address bad habits and technical problems to build a solid foundation for future work. Explore surface techniques with glaze combinations and application to various clay bodies. Group discussion will provide for constructive feedback and the exchange of ideas and techniques.
10 wks, $301 M/$347 NM
All Levels

NEW! The Magic of Clay


Barbara Hanselman Thurs., July 19-Aug. 23, 6:30-9:30 pm

Theres no need to travel far and wide to learn about art! Learn to see the art all around us in our community. Explore drawing, painting, collage, printmaking, ceramics, metalwork and jewelry with through imaginative projects inspired by places in our community. 11 one-week sessions, full and half days for ages 4-13. Each week explores a new place so projects never repeat, and concludes with a workshop by a visiting artist and gallery exhibition of camper artwork. Before care, after care and lunch care available. Visit our website or call today for a brochure.

Handbuilding is a magical way to educate the imagination! In this beginning class we will pinch begging bowls, form rattle rocks, coil beads and clap-out palm pebbles and well use only our hands to do so! Do you know how to make invisible seamscreate hollow handles pinch-strip build a pot and dart, stretch or manipulate clay into a rewarding form? Tried and true techniques of hand building are the foundation for building pots which don't leak, warp or drip when poured. All you need is a basic fascination for clay and a willingness to listen to the clay and be spontaneous about where it leads.
6 wks, $225 M/$254 NM

PRE-TEEN STUDIOS: OFFERED SESSIONS A, B, D & E


Back by popular demand for ages 11-13! Campers select morning and/or afternoon intensives where they will have more time to focus on a single medium. Each session features new projects so young artists can continue their artistic studies. Pre-Teen Studios are offered during sessions A, B, D & E. Pre-teens join our regular camp for sessions C and F-K. Visit our website for dates and descriptions.
Drawing & Painting Ceramics: Throwing & Handbuilding Digital Arts Jewelry & Metals

FAMILY WORKSHOP
Family Creations
Lisa Hart Wed., June 20-July 25, 9:30-10:30 am

TEEN STUDIOS
Teen Studios provide artists ages 13 to 18 the opportunity to study specific mediums with professional artists. Students build technical skill and expand their imaginations to prepare for a career or further studies in the world of visual arts. Classes are small to provide individualized attention and critiques so that students can create work they are proud of and that can be used for portfolios for college or art school admissions. For descriptions, schedule and costs, visit www.mainlineart.org. Acrylic & Mixed Media Techniques B&W Photography Digital Photography Drawing & Painting Intensive Fashion Design & Illustration Glassblowing Jewelry & Metalwork Portfolio Preparation Portrait & Figure Intensive

Share in the wonder of creation and exploration as you and your budding artist enjoy your first art experience together. Using age-appropriate materials, you will paint and draw, work with clay and collage, construct objects with paper, plaster and other natural materials. Open to ages 2-5 with guardian.
5 wks (no class July 4), $125 M/$150 NM, $30 per week

How to Register Register online at www.mainlineart.org. Complete registration form and mail to: Main Line Art Center, 746 Panmure Road, Haverford, PA 19041 Call 610.525.0272 or fax 610.525.5036 with credit card information. If faxing, please call for a receipt confirmation. Payment Options We accept cash, checks, Visa, MasterCard and Amex. Enrollment is accepted only after FULL tuition is received. Please read the course descriptions carefully for course dates and times. The Art Center only sends confirmation after online registration. Students registering all other ways should assume registration acceptance unless otherwise notified. The Art Center may choose to decline an individuals request to enroll in classes or to participate in a class or program when necessary or appropriate. Supply Lists It is the students responsibility to request a copy of a supply list at the front desk or look up the class on our website to download one. Early Registration Discount Students registering through June 4 will receive a discount of $10 off their total registration fee (not valid for Camp). Only one early registration discount can be used per household per session. Additional Class Discount Students who register for more than one class of 4 weeks or more will receive a $10 discount on each additional class thereafter. Students who register for more than one class or workshop of 3 weeks or less will receive a $5 discount on each additional workshop thereafter. Offer only applies when registering for multiple classes/workshops at the same time. As noted, larger discounts are sometimes given if a student signs up for two sessions of the same class. You will only receive the greater discount and not an additional $10 off for each class. Discount not applicable for Family Workshops, Camp or Teen Studios.

New Student Discount New to the Art Center? Mention this when you call to register or write NEWBIE on your registration form for $10 off of your class and workshop total. Discount not applicable to memberships, trips, lectures, Family Workshops or Camp, and cannot be given online. Main Line Art Center reserves the right to deny or change discounts if used inappropriately. Class Cancellations The Art Center reserves the right to cancel classes due to insufficient enrollment or in case of a catastrophe. In the event the Art Center cancels a class, students will be notified and full tuition and fee will be refunded. Trip deposits are non-refundable unless MLAC cancels the trip. Cancellations are normally made five days prior to start of class or workshop. Withdrawal/Refund Policy All refunds are subject to a $15 processing fee. An additional $35 fee will be charged for any withdrawal requests from a class or workshop five days prior to the first day of the class or workshop. Withdrawals on or after the day of first class will also include a pro-rated class fee. No refunds will be granted after the second class. No refunds will be given for workshop withdrawals within four days of start date. Scholarships Scholarships are available based on financial need. The deadline for scholarships is June 4. Applications will be collected until the deadline date and then viewed collectively. Applications submitted after the deadline will be considered on a first come, first served basis until funds are dispersed. Contact the office for an application or download one from our website. For more details, read the policies and procedure portion of the application form.

Registration Policies & Form

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Publicity Policy Main Line Art Center reserves the right to use photos taken during classes and other programs for publicity purposes. Registration in a class gives the Art Center permission to use images without further consent or compensation. From time to time, we share our mailing list with partner organizations so that customers can receive info about related cultural activities. If for any reason you would like to opt out of this list, email us at info@mainlineart.org. Student Property The Art Center is not responsible for artwork and other property left on the premises and has no liability if such property is lost, stolen or damaged, except in instances when artwork is displayed in gallery exhibitions and covered by insurance. Artwork or property left two weeks after the semester ends will be discarded.

Emergency Forms Every child under the age of 18 is required to complete and submit a Child Emergency Form to the main office. Adult students are required to inform the main office if they have a medical condition that the staff or faculty should be aware of in the case of emergency. Forms are kept on file for one year unless there are updates or changes. The form can be obtained from the office or are available for download at www.mainlineart.org in the Childrens Education Section. Accessibility Statement We are committed to a continuum of accessible education programs by providing reasonable and appropriate accommodations in a supportive environment that promotes and fosters inclusion of people of all ages, abilities and skill levels. If you believe that you will require any accommodations to enable you to participate meaningfully in our programs, contact the staff before you enroll, ideally at least two weeks prior to the start of the program.

SUMMER 2012 REGISTRATION FORM


Please register at least one week prior to the start of a class or workshop. Registration implies understanding of the above registration policies.
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Nurture Your Creative Side This Summer With 2 shorter sessions of classes in the daytime and evening, you're sure to find something that fits your busy summer schedule. Join us this summer!

Young Artists Thrive at Main Line Art Center Call us today or visit www.mainlineart.org to learn more about Summer Art Camp for ages 4-13, Pre-Teen Studios, and Teen Studios. Teens ages 16 and older are also welcome in adult classes.

Summer Volunteer Opportunities Looking for classroom experience? Be a Teaching Artist Apprentice or help plan our Family Arts Festival! See our website or call for details.

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Main Line Art Center receives state arts funding support through a grant from the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, a state agency funded by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and the National Endowment for the Arts, a federal agency.