Collage Classes

Collage classes with Margo Ackerman on Fridays, April 5-May 10, 6:30-8 PM.

  • $10/ session
  • Supplies provided
  • No experience necessary!

For more information, email Margo.

Held at the Mt. Airy Art Garage, 7054 Germantown Ave.

Register Here


Drawing from Live Models Club

Drawing from Live Models Club

Workshop led by MAAG staff
Thursday Evenings from 7:00-9:30 PM
Cost: $10 for members of MAAG, $15 for non-members
Starting Date: Thursday, June 17th, 2021, twice a month
Second session July 1st.
Ongoing twice monthly

Drawing From Live Models Club gives artists an opportunity to draw from live models beginning June 17th and occurs bi-weekly on Thursday evenings from 7:00-9:30 PM. Must be 18-years-old or over to join.

To sign up for this event, please fill out this form.

Page to Stage: Playwriting Workshop (both Virtual & hybrid)

Page to Stage: Playwriting Workshop (both Virtual & hybrid)

Instructor: Kyle Metzger
Saturday Afternoons from 12:30-2 PM, 4 weeks
Start Date: June 12th
Cost: $100 ($25 per Class)
Minimum 4 students, Maximum 8 students

Students will explore the art of dramatic writing using a variety of activities, games and techniques. Students will develop new short plays. The workshop will conclude with a virtual staged reading of the plays. This class welcomes writers, actors and individuals who want an exciting collaborative outlet for self-expression.

Kyle Metzger is a theatre director, producer and educator. He has directed productions Off-Broadway and regionally; recent directing credits include Murder for Two (Playhouse on Park – Hartford CT), Of Mice and Men, The Game’s Afoot (Monomoy Theatre – Chatham MA) Macbeth, Twelfth Night (Stages on the Sound, NYC). As Producing Artistic Director of The Glass Eye theatre company, Kyle has directed and produced new plays and touring Shakespeare productions. Kyle holds an MFA in Directing from UNC Greensboro and a BFA in Music Theatre from The Hartt School. As an educator Kyle has taught acting, directing, and script analysis courses at UNCG, and led Shakespeare workshops with Hudson Valley Shakespeare Company and Stages on the Sound. Kyle currently teaches theatre at Rowan University.

Call for Clubs and Classes

Call for Clubs and Classes

Do you have a talent or skill you want to share with your community? Are you looking for people who share your passions about an art form or hobby?

Clubs allow you to connect with like-minded artists on a topic you care about, in a free exchange of ideas. By forming a club at MAAG, you’re able to support each other as you develop your craft through discussion and critique from your peers.

Classes are a great way to share the skills and knowledge you’ve honed over your years as an artist. Teaching people allows you to make a lasting impact on people’s lives and help them grow as artists. And becoming a part-time teacher at MAAG also allows you to be paid for your passion and work.

Because of COVID-19 restrictions, clubs and classes are currently meeting virtually via Zoom. MAAG will also provide some basic training on using the platform if you’re not already familiar with the program.

Come check out our new space at 7054 Germantown Avenue. Take a tour and let’s discuss the possibilities. Call MAAG at 267-323-2312.

Check out the full Clubs and Classes Policy and contact us with your great idea!

If you would like to send a printed application to MAAG, you can download the form here and send it to 7054 Germantown Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19119. You must be a MAAG member to lead a club or teach a class.