Families are invited to CreARTive at The Art Guild, on a Saturday in August 19, 2017, from 1-4 pm. The open house with FREE art-related activities such as tie dying, simple printmaking, and clay hand-building, painting, drawing, collage and more is a way for parents to meet instructors and familiarize themselves with The Art Guild. The projects will be geared for ages 5 through 12.
“Our art classes for kids are fun and educational,” said Susan Herbst, Associate Executive Director. “Our teachers are amazing professionals who come up with creative projects every week all year long. We’d like to reach out to parents, schools and the community to let them know that we offer fun, reasonably priced art classes for students of all ages – from kindergarten through high school, as well as college and beyond.”
This event is made possible with funds from the Decentralization Program, a regrant program of the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor M. Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature and is administered by The Huntington Arts Council, Inc.
Please be aware that we share the property with private families. Please be courteous of others while at Elderfields.
Max Ginsburg Painting Demo and Lecture
Thursday May 3, 2018 6-9 pm • $40
Max Ginsburg will kick-off his workshop weekend with a three-hour demo and lecture about his work and his process.
In the first hour, Max will lecture with a slide show about his work and process.
For the final two hours, Max will demonstrate and speak about his technique as he paints from a live model.
Limited to 25 people total.
If you are taking the workshop, this evening is included in your tuition.
To register for the workshop, click here.
Bio: Since 1953, Max Ginsburg has exhibited extensively in public venues and galleries, won various awards, and his paintings are a part of many museums and private collections. In the years 1980–2004, Max was a prominent illustrator for major publications. Long admired as a teacher, Max taught from 1960–1982 at H.S. Art & Design, 1984-2000 at the School of Visual Arts, 2008–present at the Art Students League and has conducted many workshops around the U.S. and abroad. In 2011 he published his book, Max Ginsburg – Retrospective.