You don’t need to think of yourself as an artist to explore this intuitive free-form art practice. Each session will have a theme and there will be an abundance of prompts to get you started. (click title for more info)
Teaching Artist: Eleni Litt
Sundays, 9:00am-10:15am: 8 sessions
January 12 - March 15 (No class Jan 19, Feb 16) (Snow dates Mar 22, Mar 29)
$140 Member | $155 Non-member
Drop-in fee: $25
Materials fee due first day of class: $20
Price increases on January 13
Doodling is improvisational art – even a form of meditation. You don’t need to think of yourself as an artist to explore this free form art practice. Join Eleni for art making with prompts (including poetry) to get things started. Learn new techniques! Enjoy making marks on the page with others in community rather than in judgment. No Art Experience Necessary! Basic art supplies provided. Drop-Ins welcomed!
About the Teaching Artist
Eleni Litt is an artist-teacher who tells a story or expresses a feeling with line, color, form, and words. For her, art is a form of playful meditation on life’s beauty, mystery, and challenges. She loves making art in the community and offers workshops and short courses to people of all ages. She shares and shows her work in New Jersey, New York, and Pennsylvania. A long-term resident of West Windsor, NJ, she commutes to New York City, where she works at The New School as Associate Provost of Faculty Affairs.