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Exploring Digital Photography with Bob:

Mispillion Art League in Milford wants to help you learn to use the functions of a digital camera, set up a photo to achieve optimum light, angle, & composition. Class will run on Mondays from 5:15 to 6:45 p.m. from March 7, to March 28.  This class is taught by Bob Connelly, a fine arts photographer and retired photography teacher.  Students must bring their own digital camera with charged batteries to each class. Cost is $70 MAL members / $80 non-members. Registration ends March 1.

Mixed Media Textured Art with Angela Prattis:

In the Mixed Media Textured Art class at the Mispillion Art League in Milford, students will learn how to apply a variety of media to create a raised abstract on canvas stretched over wood. Start the process on Friday evening, and let dry until Sunday when color is added.  Class is held from 6 to 8 p.m. on Friday, March 18, and 1 to 4 p.m. on Sunday, March 20 Materials included in class fee. (Angela is a self-taught artist with pieces on display in several Milford locations). Cost is $60 MAL members / $70 non-members. Registration ends March 12.

Mispillion Art League class on Molding Polymer Clay with Linda Chatfield:

 In the Molding Polymer Clay class at the Mispillion Art League in Milford, students will learn the techniques needed to create a broach with polymer clay. All materials provided. The class is Saturday, February 26, from 1:00 to 4:00 p.m. Linda is a professional artist who enjoys working in a variety of media.  Cost for the class is $35 MAL members / $40 non-members. Registration ends Feb. 20.

Mispillion Art League and Second Street Players join for Third Thursday Event:

Join Mispillion Art League and Milford’s Second Street Players for the  February “Third Thursday”, on February 17, 6:30pm at the Art League Gallery at 5 N Walnut Street in downtown Milford.  Steve Twilley, of Second Street Players, will present information about Second Street’s 2011 season of shows, the theatre’s history and history of its home, Riverfront Theatre, and take us behind the scenes to learn how the shows are selected and what goes into putting on a show.  Steve and fellow cast member Josh Wakeley will also present a short scene from Our Town.

Milford Second Street Players, Inc. opens its 32nd season on Friday, Feb. 11 with Our Town, Thorton Wilder’s American stage classic about daily life, love and marriage, and death. 

The presentation is free and open to the public. All classes and exhibits at the Mispillion Art League are made available, in part, from a grant from the Delaware Division of the Arts.

Mispillion Art League is located at 5 N Walnut Street in Milford. All classes and exhibits are made available in part from a grant from the Delaware Division of the Arts.

For more information and to register for classes, call Judy Struck at 302-424-8361 or email at judystruck@comcast.net. Registration forms can be found at the MAL Gallery or online at: www.mispillionarts.org under education and can be mailed to: Judy Struck, 12 Victoria Dr., Milford, DE 19963.

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