The Moving Arts Espanola visual arts class made some famous art recreations using items from their home, pets and families. The project was inspired by the Getty Museum at home art challenge #MAEathome #betweenartandquarantine. Photos Courtesy MAE
MOVING ARTS ESPANOLA NEWS
Due to the current circumstances of the world, we were unable to host our summer program at our facility. In an effort to keep students engaged and doing something fun, we decided to dive into virtual programming at Moving Arts Española. It has been challenging, yet extremely gratifying.
We currently have more than 130 students registered and taking classes. We are offering a plethora of classes including two new ones, Puppet Making and Movie Making. Moving Arts Española has also welcomed three additional teachers this semester; Laura Garret for Ballet, Rosalia Triana for Drama, and Pete Monro for Movie Making.
We are so blessed to have a staff that was willing to try a new style of teaching and keep the children of Northern New Mexico busy and learning.
Moving Arts Española is also continuing to offer free meals to anyone who comes to our facility. Just stop at the curb and we will bring the meals to your vehicle. We are happy to announce that Moving Arts famous chef Laura will be beginning to cook at Moving Arts two nights per week.
We hope to have classes in person for the Fall semester and will continue to keep you informed. Please continue to stay safe!
For more information, visit https://www.movingartsespanola.org/ or call (505) 577-6629.