Local Artist Monet Brady will guide participants in creating a new painting each week. During this time, we will have a Q&A with her to talk about her experience in the art world and how her race may have affected it.
This program is part of the Community Conversations on Race.
Each session is a new painting - you do not need to attend all four sessions!
About the artist: Monet Brady has a Fine Arts background with a degree in history and art history. With over 450 painting events under her belt, she has plenty of experience with making sure people have a good time while creating art. Monet loves sharing her skills with those around her. She incorporates her technical know-how with the mastery of letting go and creating. With over 450 painting events under her belt, she has plenty of experience with making sure people have a good time while creating art.
For each class, participants who want to paint will need a 16x20 canvas and red, yellow, blue, white, and black acrylic paint. A large square brush, medium round brush, and small detail brush are recommended for use. Supplies are not required; you are welcome to just watch the sessions, but if you'd like to participate, you'll want at least the basic supplies.
Register to receive the link to the Zoom meeting the day before each session!
Join us this fall for Community Conversations on Race, a series of virtual events to engage in conversation and learn from fellow community members. Community partners for this series include NAACP Unit 7025, Community Mediation of St. Mary’s, Unified Committee for Afro-American Contributions (UCAC), Historic Sotterley, and St. Mary’s County Recreation and Parks – Museum Division.
September 25 Project:
October 23 Project:
October 30 Project: