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2019 Fall Class
Exploring Creativity with Mixed Media
Instructor: Carole Baldwin & Elizabeth Luckraft
Fridays • 9/20-11/8 • 10:15 AM-12:15 PM • 8 classes
Class size 8 to 20 students
Location: Fine Arts 108
This class is full.
Come join this friendly and fun class where we are explorers using various forms of mixed media to create unique pieces of art. We have our “oldie” students who have joined some of our classes and we always welcome “newbies” to join the class. If you are afraid of art or feel you are not an artist, then this is the class for you. We are all creative beings and we will engage in lots of safe and creative exercises to discover our own creative expression. studio
Carole Baldwin & Elizabeth Luckraft
Carole Baldwin chairs the UMASC Board of Directors and Curriculum Committee, and subs Fit For Life classes! She was a high school health and PE teacher/coach, health educator for the School Health Education Program and Health Programming Incorporated, Substance Abuse Educator/Counselor, and guidance counselor for Skowhegan Middle School.
Elizabeth Luckraft graduated from the University of Maine with a degree in elementary education and has a masters in education and a masters in clinical mental health counseling. She has been on the faculty at the University of Maine at Farmington for almost twenty years and was previously a classroom teacher at a variety of grade levels. Her work as a clinical counselor, a polarity therapist, and a teacher have all fed her passion for seeing the best in people and supporting them in their personal growth and exploration. Elizabeth loves being creative and views working with acrylic paints as a perfect opportunity to experiment and explore.