Large-Scale Collaborative Workshop with Mark Kelly and his daughters
June 15 @ 9:00 am – 11:00 am
In honor of Father’s Day, artist Mark Kelly and his three highly creative teenage daughters, Ruby, Julia, and Isobel, will lead a studio class designed for children and their grownups to make art together. All ages welcome.
Born in Amityville, New York, Mark Kelly moved to Boston in 1990, and earned his BFA from the Massachusetts College of Art in 1997. While his work focuses primarily on drawing, Mark also works with collage, assemblage, Polaroid photography, and plays percussion and turntables in an improvisational experimental music project. Exhibitions include the 18th Annual Drawing Show at the Boston Center for the Arts/Mills Gallery; The Lincoln Street Center for the Arts 2005 Invitational, Rockland; Guerilla One, Easthampton, MA; the Out of Bounds Altered Book Show, Rockport; Art From Intuition, Northampton Center for the Arts, Northampton, MA; The Crossing of Time and Environment: Micro Installation, Tainan County, Taiwan; and First Traces, Center for Maine Contemporary Art, Rockport.
Cost: $10; $7 museum members