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Fabric Bowls

I don’t know if you’re anything like me, but once I discovered the existence of Mod Podge, my list of craft projects grew to a mile long! This is a

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Polymer Eggs

  Well, if there was one art material that I simply could not live without it would be polymer clay. There are countless possibilities from jewelry, bowls, ornaments, miniatures, cake

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Tile Art

I always look for projects that inevitably have successful results for both the “artsy” student and the child that might not always enjoy, or have confidence in, their art. This

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Magritte Inspired

Well, it has been a full year since the shutdown and there is no other way to describe this experience as surreal. It has been as irrational as any of

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Toothpaste Batik

You don’t have to always use paint or pencil to create art! Textile art is one of the oldest art forms in human civilization. Historically created to serve very practical

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Cardboard Relief Sculptures

If there’s one thing we all have on hand coming out of the holidays, its PACKAGING! And that doesn’t just mean cardboard boxes- it’s Styrofoam, and bubble wrap, and countless

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Art of Resolutions

Many of us will be making new year resolutions, intentions, or goals this week. It is an important moment in the year to take a pause and think about where

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Celebration Elves

  This time of year is special for many reasons. No matter the holiday, astronomical shift, religion, seasonal change, or cultural celebration you associate with, there’s an excitement in the

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Annual Fund Thank You

  To all our 2020 Annual Fund donors, Thank you for making MMoA a priority – keeping us strong and keeping our doors open.  Thanks to you, we will continue

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Art of Winter Solstice

The winter solstice is fascinating not only from an astronomical standpoint, but also because of it’s significance to all human beings whom we share this earth with. On December 21st,

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