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Various ceramic plates, vases, etc. made by ceramics students at the Manhattan Beach Ceramics Studio Manhattan Beach Art Sale
Shop Local and Support Local Artists

Join us for a two day Manhattan Beach Art Sale of handmade artworks by City of Manhattan Beach Parks and Recreation students, instructors and staff! Artworks will include ceramics, sculpture, jewelry and more.

Saturday, May 6th and Sunday, May 7th from 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM.

Joslyn Community Center - Sunrise Room
1601 North Valley Drive
Manhattan Beach, CA 90266

For more information, please contact Eilen R. Stewart, Ceramics Supervisor at (310) 802-5450.


 

ART As ExperienceArt as Experience Theme Picture

Art as Experience is a welcoming and inclusive family program that serves to expand visitors' experiences beyond looking and talking about art. The FREE hands-on art activities promote experimentation and exploration. Workshops are developed in correlation with exhibitions on display at the Manhattan Beach Art Center. The workshops are held on the first and third Saturday of the month between 2:30 PM and 4:30 PM. Advanced registration is required.

Performing and Visual Art Classes for Spring 2017
Take a sneak peek at what is coming up this year; everything from music and dance classes to ceramics, pastel, water color and even comic book drawing! Take a look at cultural arts classes for tots, youth, teens and adults, as well as older adults classes, sports programs and aquatics classes in the MANHAPPENINGS Activity Guide.

Visual Arts Classes Performing Arts Classes

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Registration
To register for any of the classes listed above or to view all the classes and camps offered by the City of Manhattan Beach Parks and Recreation Department, log on to the Registration Website and search via activity code or camp/class name by typing it into the search box located in the middle of the homepage.

For help with the registration process, please contact the Parks and Recreation Department at (310) 802-5448 or via email.

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