Wednesdays, Sept. 14 and 28, 6:30 pm. Look for us in the plaza of Lutheran Theological Seminary on Germantown Ave. across from Valley Green Bank.
We’ve finished our move! Now we’re getting ready for our Grand Opening Sat., Sept. 24 from noon till 6 pm at 6622 G’town Ave. But we couldn’t stay indoors for long. When MAUSA reached out to us, we said sure! We’d just LOVE to do a Plein Air Mt. Airy Paint Nite on Wednesday nights in September. #MAAGPopsup!
So, for all of you who loved working with painter and MAAG member Stephanie Amma Young, she will be teaching Plein Air Paint Nite. Your canvas will be filled with the gorgeous orchids above, your palate will be satiated with dinner outdoors along the Avenue. You can do it all. Drink wine, paint, savor wonderful local foods, make new friends.
Skill not required, only passion for creativity. Class starts at 6:30 pm. We’ll be socializing from 5 pm on. $30 per person. All materials are provided.
Sign me up! (Note $1.50 service charge added for online payments)
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You bring your enthusiasm and love for September evenings, and we’ll do the rest. Want to know more? You can reach out to Stephanie “Amma” at StephanieAmma.firstname.lastname@example.org
Stephanie “Amma” Young
Painter, designer, dancer, and educator, Amma received her BFA in Fine Art from the Philadelphia University of Art. For more than 20 years, she has worked as a multidisciplined resident artist teaching visual and performing art to children and adults at PA schools and organizations. Educating people young and old about the importance of experiencing and developing creative skills and talents has been the driving force for her dedication in the Arts.
Stephanie Amma has worked as a Freelance Illustrator & Graphic Artist for more than ten years. She has owned and operated a T-shirt Design Shop for 8 years and is an artist member of the Mt. Airy Art Garage. Her paintings, drawings, textiles and performances have been presented in residencies and exhibition venues with: The African American Museum of Philadelphia 2001 to present, Academy of Music, Kimmel, Dupree Gallery, UARTS, National Constitution Center, public, private and parochial schools and colleges. Amma is a grant recipient from the Leeway Foundation, the Council on the Arts, and Philadelphia Board of Education.