Southern Maryland Community Resources is excited to announce its artistic partnership with Bay Community Support Services, Historic Sotterley Plantation and Greenwell Foundation. The four organizations have teamed up to provide a six-week painting workshop to adults with disabilities in Southern Maryland, which began on Tuesday, January 21. SMCR’s mission is to create opportunities for people with developmental differences in Southern Maryland, and through its new Arts4All Collaborative segment, it has created several such opportunities. In addition to its recent Open Mic Nights and Flash Mobs, this will be SMCR’s inaugural painting opportunity, artfully titled ‘A Bridge to the Community’. “We’re truly blessed to be working with these excellent community-focused organizations on our Brush Strokes project,” says Bonnie Elward, SMCR’s Executive Director. “This is the perfect venue for our first painting workshop in the community.” During the workshop, instructors will lead participants in educational instruction as participants will be able to choose their favorite local activity to paint. “The painters will have an opportunity to create a work of art that means something to them,” says Stephanie Raines from BayCSS. “They’ll have a chance to learn about painting techniques while creating their own artwork with plenty of individuality and flair!” At […]
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