Paint-It in Magna
The Magna Arts Council organized a series of very popular art painting sessions 10 times over the last few years. These informal classes allowed people to make a real piece of art on canvas, regardless of prior art experience.
Tickets to this series of classes have been administered through this web page in the past, but now the Arts Council has its own unique website at www.magnaarts.org so future events in the series will likely be announced and organized through that page.
The next “”Paint-It” art session is scheduled for Wednesday, October 16th, 2019. For more on that event, please see the “Shop” section by using the selection buttons near the top of this page.
The most recent “Paint-It” art class session
happened on Wednesday,
February 27th, 2019.
** PREVIOUS EVENTS IN THIS SERIES HAVE ROUTINELY SOLD OUT **
Buy your seats as soon as you can be sure you’ll attend. If they sell out, watch for future sessions in this series. Seat sales will begin in late November. Follow the Arts Council of Magna Facebook page for details.
Previous “paint-It” art class subjects, all by artist/instructor Serenity Forschen:
(Click the “Shop” link above to go to the ordering/payment page for upcoming class sessions.)
Note: This site is currently being used for handling reservations for the “Paint-It” art classes. The other pages on this website are only getting occasional updates.
For more complete and current information about the programs of the Magna Arts Council please see their main information outlet by visiting the new website of the Arts Council of Magna, Utah, or the Facebook Page for the Magna Arts Council or the Magna Town’s website.
The main purpose of this website
is was to provide information about the annual “Arts in Magna” seminar. The seminar is was a free, public event in Magna in September each year. Each event takes a closer look at one branch of arts each year. See the individual pages above for archived information about varied arts topics covered in past seminars.
The most recent seminar was in September 2017 and focussed on Theatre in Magna. Topics for previous years were “Movies Made in Magna”, art, and local books & authors, and each of those topics has a page linked above.