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. 

Tiny Heroes
Jennier Narcisco, ATR-BC, MAAT
June 8th

​  Artists will create a small, personalized figurine using textiles. Inside the head of the figure includes a small sheet of paper that holds a special thought, wish, or secret that each artist will be able to add. The experience allows each artist to get in touch with his or her inner child, creating a totem that represents a private thought and ties into the final figurine. Enhancing each figure with accessories, clothing, and more brings each one to life, giving each one its own personality and identity, an extension of the artist while standing on its own.

Please note that this is a family friendly workshop- elementary school aged children are welcome!

Jennifer Narcisco was born an artist, doodling on anything since she could hold a pencil. She followed her passion and earned her master's degree in Art Therapy from Albertus Magnus College in 2015. When making her own personal art, Jennifer enjoys exploring different media with a variety of techniques to create vibrant works of art. 

Tiny Hero dolls created by Michael Daly