Madjax offers Fall Programming for All Ages
Explore a new interest or hone an existing skill at Madjax this fall! From Canine Creations, to Outdoor Planter Boxes, to Pottery, there’s something for everyone.
This fall, classes run by Makers include art workshops by Debra Gindhart Dragoo, woodworking classes and workshops for families and adults by Tom Steiner, and pottery classes by Tammeron JonesFrancis and Anna Popova of Clay Wood Pottery. Funding for Storytelling Pottery, a five-class series for adults 55+, and Family Woodworking for youth/adult teams was provided by a grant from the Indiana Arts Commission.
Building on the success of their summer programs, our Educator Makers in Residence will return with fall programming for older students and families:
Family Game Day with Jenifer Pierce of Northside Middle School will explore the strategy and design of popular board games and lead participants in prototyping their own board game.
Digital Storytelling with Meghan Anacker of Alexandria Community Schools will instruct 7th to 12th grade students in content creation, personal branding, and small-scale merchandise production.
Canine Creations with James Lodl of Delaware Community Schools will bring participants into the Madjax Design Lab to create personalized dog accessories using digital fabrication methods and learn tips for training their dogs.
“Our fall programs are an accessible, low-cost way for families and adults to be curious and explore different ways of making,” said Kyra Zylstra, Initiatives Director. “We’re especially proud of the connections our Makers foster with the community while hosting these events, and we invite you to experience the fun of making for yourself at Madjax.”
Fall programs run through December 8. Learn more and register at madjax.org/events.