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1978 Maplewood Arts Center
1978 Springfield Avenue
Maplewood, NJ 07040
862-438-8191

Gallery Hours During Exhibitions:
Saturday & Sunday, 2-5pm
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1978 Maplewood Arts Center is a community space dedicated to the arts. The Center offers classes and workshops, art shows, film programs and live performances—and provides a forum for artists to work, exhibit and interact.


4th July Community Art Project

Help us duplicate this image on the baseball backstop.

You can work independently using whatever materials & techniques you like, just stick to the right color.

To reserve your "box"  contact bjohnk1@gmail.com

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Watercolor and Water Media Show
June 13th - June 29th
Reception : Sunday, June 14th, 2-5pm

Feast your eyes and enjoy a moment with our “Water Color Family” - from ‘Watercolor Class’ with Evelyn Graves.
 
Adult Watercolor
Monday or Friday, 10-11:30am
Everyone can paint. Enjoy a relax morning in a gallery setting learning watercolor with popular instructor Evelyn Graves. All levels are welcome to this ongoing class.
 
Life Drawing
June 18th, July 9th, July 23rd
Open Session - Doors open 7 pm - 10pm

We supply the model, you supply the materials. Whether you are a beginner or seasoned artist, all are welcome.
 
Play Guitar!
Wednesdays in July
7:30-8:30pm Beginners
8:30-9:30pm Continuing Students

This is a five week, one hour class that will get you strumming and jamming with other guitarists!
 
Chairs of Inclusion :
A Seat at the Table for Everyone

August 2nd - August 28th, 2015
Opening Reception : Sunday August 2nd, 2-5pm

The Chairs of Inclusion is a collaborative project representing the convergence of inclusion, expressive arts, and community.
 
Meet the Artists Gallery Talk
Wednesday, August 19th, 7-9 pm
Stop by and learn about the lead artists’ experiences on collaborating with WAE Center member artists on this project of inclusion, arts, and community.