Second Saturdays: Connect & Create
Community Art Workshops for Adults

Pre-register for a class here, include which class you are registering for and how many people may be coming.
Made possible by a grant awarded by the Horizon Foundation, the Maggie Daly Arts Cooperative is pleased to present a community engagement and learning opportunity allowing us to inspire creative energy through exposing, engaging and educating the community.

Adult artists of all abilities are welcome to come experience our diverse workshops led by several Kennedy Center Expressive Arts Therapists and Facilitators and local Bridgeport artists. There will be several different types of art mediums and techniques being taught, with all the materials being provided to the participants. 

Second Saturdays will begin on September 8th from 11am-1pm and will continue for 10 months on every second Saturday, the last being in June 2019. While there is not a fee to participate in the workshops, a $10 donation is recommended to help cover our costs. 

Autumn Chase + Mary Baker -Tree of Life Self Exploration
​April 13th

Discover a new technique to express meaning in your life through art. The Tree of Life has a long history that spans across multiple cultures as a symbol of strength, growth, and connection to the self, family, and the overarching universe. Come create your own unique tree of life on a sturdy canvas with an array of acrylic paints, collage paper, and support, as you journey through what makes you YOU!

Mary and Autumn are masters level art therapy and counseling students from Albertus Magnus College who will be graduating in May. They both currently work for the Kennedy Center at MDAC assisting individuals on their creative endeavors, running art therapy groups, and curating exhibits.
Autumn Chase
Mary Baker