Spring 2022 Registration Now Open!


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Where

MOMAC Studio 
2203 McKinley Road, Suite 230
Johnson City, TN 37604
 

 

*Note:  GPS will take you to the backside of the Burlington Park building (alongside the railroad tracks) and not directly to the studio.  The studio is located on the opposite side of the building on West Walnut Street.  Please refer to the directions on the website:  www.momacstudio.com

Contact

LaDonna West 
MOMAC STUDIO 
423-366-2533 
momacstudio101@gmail.com 
2022 Spring Art Class Registration

The type of classes held at MOMAC Studio are conducted in an environment which encourages resourcefulness, new ideas, ingenuity, and the increasing ability to solve problems.  All of what students learn at MOMAC is built on fundamental fine art principles which are taught through engaging activities and stimulated by an atmosphere conducive to creativity.  Art lessons are a great addition to any course of learning.

New Spring Semester Classes!

One-Room Art

The One-Room-Multi-Grade Art Class is a special class which expands multiple grade levels.  It provides gentle, yet comprehensive instruction and is ideal for large homeschooling families, siblings, and multi-generational groups seeking art enrichment through a unique mix of fine art activities.  Spring 2022 semester classes include:  Sketchbook journaling, artist studies, art culture & art history, elements & principles of design, mixed media & more!  Students will enjoy learning a variety of art methods and techniques as well as glean from the creative comradery in this dynamic setting!

*Louise Richardson is the homeschooling parent of five children, two of whom have graduated high school and are currently attending college.  She studied art and culture at Messiah College in Grantham, PA, Spring Arbor University in Spring Arbor, MI and at the Latin American Studies Program (LASP) in Costa Rica.  She earned her B.F.A. in Art, Spanish, and Education.

 

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MAC-Time!


MAC-Time classes are designed to help make art more “friendly” by broadening your child’s scope of the art world through its people and history. Students become familiar with fun facts about various artists and their works, engage in fun art-related Q&A and are immersed in an array of projects which are sure to make a lasting impression in the years to come.  Lessons are conducted in a way which will encourage creativity, build confidence and promote a sense of accomplishment.

Marcia Ross is a retired art teacher, artist, and muralist. She is married to Tim Ross, the minister at Hopwood Memorial Christian Church at Milligan College and has lived in the area for 25 years.  Before settling in East Tennessee, she and her husband and children spent a decade in Southern Kenya planting churches with the Maasai people.  Upon returning to the United States, she worked as an art teacher in the local public school system.  Now, in retirement, Marcia enjoys spending time with her four children and five grandkids and has stayed involved in the community through the arts, theatre, and most recently, at The Art Space in downtown Elizabethton.