Sundays / 10am - 1pm & 2pm - 5pm / June 30 - Aug. 4

Ceramics: Throwing & Hand Building

Join MoCA Arlington at Marymount University and get an introduction into hand building, throwing on a wheel, and glazing pottery. In this 8-week class, students will explore the techniques and form of ceramic work guided by a professional ceramic artist. Students of all skill levels are welcome.

Tuition

$540

Days

Sundays at Marymount University | 10:00 am – 1:00 pm  &  2:00 – 500 pm  | June 30 – Aug. 4 | 6 sessions

 

Section 1: Sundays, 10:00 am – 1:00 pm

Instructor: Joey Enriquez

 

Section 2: Sundays, 2:00 – 500 pm

Instructor: J Herbert

 

Additional Information

  • Supplies and tools are included in the cost of this class.
  • This is an in-person class that will be held on Marymount’s main campus. Address, parking, and campus information will be emailed to all students one week prior to the class start date.
  • Health & Safety: The health & safety of our students is very important to us. We ask that if you are experiencing cold and flu-like symptoms (cough, fever, sore throat, and congestion) that you kindly wear a mask. MoCA Arlington can provide you with a medical mask if needed. If you are feeling unwell with worsening symptoms, we ask that you stay home.

 

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Golden: Fifty Years of New Classics

UPCOMING: Opens June 15, 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.

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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.

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