In Person, Museum Events, Kids & Families, Programs, Nanci Iovino

Sunday Studio

1:00 pm
3:00 pm

Love Mosaic with Nanci Iovino

FREE with museum admission and for members, with advance registration required.

Sessions at 1 p.m. and 2 p.m.

Join us each Sunday for a fun family art-making activity inspired by our current exhibitions. Explore materials, learn new techniques, and meet other community members while enjoying creative time with your family. Each week features a different project designed by MAM Teaching Artists to spark the imagination and encourage conversation in response to artworks on view in museum galleries. This program is aimed at families with children ages 5–12, but all are welcome.  

In honor of Pride Month, and inspired by the exhibition Transformed: Objects Reimagined by American Artists, families this week will use recycled materials to create a love positive message mosaic.

Space is limited for a safe, social, creative experience. Reserve your Sunday Studio spot when you purchase museum gallery admission online 
Already have gallery admission? You can add Sunday Studio here.

By registering for this program you agree to follow all Yard School of Art COVID safety guidelines and waiver available hereNote recent changes to the COVID policy regarding vaccination requirements: Proof of vaccination required for all visitors age 5 and older. 

Artwork by Nanci Iovino

Event Type
Programs
Event Format
In Person
Special Pricing Info

Free with museum admission.

Ages
Kids & Families
Instructor

Nanci Iovino

Nanci graduated with a B.F.A. in illustration from Syracuse University. She studied painting and illustration at the Fashion Institute of Technology, and Parsons School of Design. Nanci has worked as a freelance painter, muralist and an interior decorator/designer.

For the past 18 years, Nanci has worked as a MAM lead educator, involved in a wide variety of museum events, community programming, classes and camps.  She teaches all age groups with a special focus in creative aging and beginning art studies.  Her current teaching philosophy is based on individual and personal inspiration.