Programs at O’Hanlon
—Ann O’Hanlon, According to Ann… Photo: Jeremy Thornton
Programs offered at O’Hanlon Center for the Arts emphasize the creative process and the continued pursuit of meaning and authenticity through observation, exploration, and experimentation. Our programs are not geared toward developing or perfecting an artistic product; rather, they’re designed to allow your own perceptions to inspire your art.
We come together to discover something surprising and fresh inside each of us—and we are always open to suggestions from members and outside facilitators for new workshops and programs.
- No events scheduled for October 6, 2023.
Week of Events
Monoprinting is a playful, exploratory process requiring neither a press nor a background in art.
Loft Studios open for Members (Artist level & up) Every Monday 9:00 am - 5:00pm $20 drop-in (no reservations needed) FREE on 1st Monday of the Month.
Each class will start with a warmup, and then focus on translating three dimensional objects to a two-dimensional surface
The Visual Perception workshops are hands-on creating with materials, experimenting, and discovering without dependence on technique.
Join us for this month's Art Openings and Receptions, part of Mill Valley's First Tuesday Artwalk.
Set aside your inhibitions and learn to draw! In this beginner class, we will learn the basics of drawing using a variety of materials, techniques, and methods.
Using Ann O’Hanlon’s book, seeing/perception, as inspiration, Cayen and Candis lead discussions of what we see when we look at the artworks of others or our own.
Continue exploring the elements of drawing using charcoal and your favorite drawing mediums.
For all writers. The process is supportive and not academic. Our goal is to elicit strong, beautiful, honest writing through encouragement, feedback, and practice.
In these fun and unique classes, children will learn about different creative traditions from cultures around the world.