ONLINE CLASS

Experimental Painting

Do you want to know how artists make their work? Each week in this online course we will focus on a different modern or contemporary artist. Then you will make your own work based on what you’ve learned about their creative processes. This course focuses on contemporary art as well as some art history and the wide variety of artistic processes. Everything is new again, as you will make personal work that speaks about you. No one’s work will be the same. All skill levels are welcome in this very supportive environment. Gather your materials, and bring curiosity and a willingness to explore!

Tuition

$200.00

Days

Tuesdays, 6:30-8:30pm. January 19 – March 16, 2021 (no class February 16).

Instructor

Stephanie Lane

Additional Information

This is a virtual art class. You will receive a link to this class as well as the supply list (materials can be purchased online or in local store) a week before class begins. We advise that you test out your computer’s audio, camera, and wifi the day before class and gather your supplies in advance.

AAC is using Zoom for its online classes. You can use Zoom on your computer, smartphone, or tablet. It is free to use with or without downloading it. We advise downloading. To set up a free Zoom account visit: zoom.us.

Advance registration is required.

Register

Support the Museum of Contemporary Art Arlington

Make a Donation

Golden: Fifty Years of New Classics

June 15 - September 8, 2024

Curated by Al Miner
Museum of Contemporary Art Arlington is proud to present Golden: Fifty Years of New Classics, an exhibition celebrating the organization’s 50th anniversary.

Summer Camp Registration

June 17 – August 16

Museum of Contemporary Art Arlington offers a wonderful and wide range of creative summer camps for your creative students! Camps are offered for kids starting at age 5 and up to teens ages 18.

Zaq Landsberg: Reclining Liberty

August 5, 2023 - July 28, 2024

Front Lawn
MoCA Arlington and Arlington Public Art are thrilled to co-sponsor the installation of Zaq Landsberg’s celebrated Reclining Liberty on the Museum’s front lawn.

CLOSE