AMA’s Saturday workshops slated for October
Classes will relate techniques of renowned American artist William H. Johnson
ALBANY, GA – Two Saturday morning painting workshops at the Albany Museum of Art will give participants the opportunity to explore the shapes, colors, and symbolism employed by renowned American artist William H. Johnson, whose works are currently on view in the AMA Haley Gallery.
The workshops are 10 am-noon on Saturdays Oct 22 and 29 in the AMA classroom. They will be taught by Michael Mallard, associate professor of visual art in the College of Arts and Sciences at Albany State University. A professional artist, Mallard was artist-in-residence at the Albany Museum of Art in 2021.
“Participants will be given the opportunity to react to William H. Johnson’s work in a hands-on and creative way, discovering the artist’s use of shape, color, and symbolism,” Annie Vanoteghem, director of education and public programming for the AMA, said. “Participants can attend one or both of the workshops.”