Tuesday, January 23, 2018 at 10:12 PM
Please excuse our dust: Anderson's in the City is now open! Enjoy our main gallery exhibits! Our 2nd floor galleries are closed for renovations through December 2018. Stay tuned for further updates!
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Classes and Workshops

 

2018 Class Schedule

January to March

 

The Massillon Museum first became a Blue Star Museum in 2014.  We are proud to offer a 10% discount on classes, event tickets, and Museum shop purchases year-round to the nation's active duty military personnel including National Guard and Reserve and their families.

MassMu is growing! Due to ongoing construction, no ongoing classes are currently available. However, a limited number of workshops are being offered! See below

 

Do the Mu

 

FREE Workshops, all ages! Do the Mu! is the first Saturday of every month.  Drop in
anytime between 12:00-2:00pm for a different art + history workshop taught by local artists or Museum staff. Try something new!  No registration required; free for all ages.

 

Saturday, February 3 Birds of a Feather  with Gary Spangler
Create beautiful birds using origami paper folding for all ages.
Saturday, March 3  Renew MassMu! with Vicky Boatright
Help MassMu beautify its construction fence by creating decor out of recyclable materials.

                       

Ceramics

 

Saturday, February 10  Couples’ Clay Workshop with Kaitlyn Gutshall
  MassMu participates in Massillon Date Night, a City of Massillon event
4-6pm Registration & Payment Required--$35/couple ($30 MassMu members) includes clay
7-9pm

Registration & Payment Required--$35/couple ($30 MassMu members) includes clay  THIS CLASS IS CURRENTLY FULL, 4-6pm slots are still available

To register, stop by Masillon Museum during our open hours or call to register at 330.833.4061

 

No regular ceramics classes are currently offered. Our ceramics studio will reopen in spring of 2018. We'll keep updates posted here as we know more!

Fantasy Drawing 

Saturday, February 24

1-3pm

In anticipation to this year's Big Read fantasy novel, A Wizard of Earthsea by Ursula K. Le Guin, MassMu invites Middle and High School students to participate in a special workshop by Tim Eakin, teaching the basics of fantasy illustration and beyond.
  This workshop is free, but registration is required.
  To register, stop by the Museum during any of our open hours or call (330) 833-4061.
  Middle and High School students are also encouraged to enter MassMu's Big Read Fantasy Poster Contest- For more information on contest guidelines, visit http://www.massillonmuseum.org/the-big-read

 

 
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