Studio Art Class for People with Parkinson’s Disease
September 25, 2019@1:45 pm - 4:15 pm EDT
An event every week that begins at 1:45 pm on Wednesday, repeating until October 30, 2019
1:45 – 4:15 pm
September 25 – October 30
Free with preregistration. Students must register for the entire series.
All materials are provided.
Instructor: Jody Holbert
For questions regarding registration, please contact Andrea Thompson at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 215.340.9800 x115
This open studio class for people with Parkinson’s Disease allows students to work on personal projects with support from an experienced and caring art instructor. Students will be working with oil pastels, wate color and acrylic paints, and more.
Faculty member Jody Holbert received a Bachelor of Science Degree in Art Education from Penn State University and has extensive graduate level experience at the University of the Arts, Kutztown University, St. Joseph’s University, and Gratz College. She has taught Drawing, Painting, Printmaking, Computer Arts, Textile Design, Ceramics, and Glass in the Methacton School District, in the Central Bucks School District, and at the Mud Shack in North Wales. She has been a lead Drawing and Painting instructor at the New Hope/Solebury and Central Bucks Community Schools. Jody has given private lessons to adult students for several years as well. Jody also has experience with mural painting, and set and costume design in her work with the school districts and a variety of local theater organizations. Jody brings her expertise, passion and vision to the Michener Art Museum’s adult art classes.
Generously sponsored by The Parkinson’s Council