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Family Fun Workshops

Join us every Saturday in June 

for Family Fun Workshops


Figure Sculpting
Led by Glen May 

Saturday June 24
$10/person, $7/member
1-hour workshops
Choose your start times:
10:15  a.m.

11:15 a.m.





Stretch your creative muscles this summer and try your hand at figure sculpting!
Join teaching artist Glen May as he instructs us in introductory figure sculpting techniques using model magic.
Take home your character masterpieces as fun keepsakes.
This workshop is suitable for families and beginner artists of any age. 

Children under the age of 13 must have
parent or guardian supervision to participate.



If you are having trouble booking a workshop from our mobile site, please click HERE for our reservation page.

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Glen is a San Gabriel Valley Native, born in Pasadena and raised in Arcadia. Glen comes from a family where art was a key part of its function. His mother was an Arts and Crafts creator and a skilled oil painter. In High School he excelled in art and he proudly credits his Art Teacher Ms. Corky Dunn for her knowledge, passion and friendship. She championed a place on campus where creativity could blossom. After High School, Glen enrolled at Platt College of Graphic Design in Eagle Rock, California. After graduating he landed his first dream job working at Capital Records in Hollywood with their Arts Department. Glen discovered new talents in the music industry as the lead singer of a rock band and signed to a multi Album recording contract by the age of 21. The record label was glad to have Glen's graphic design skills and he would soon have his voice, lyrics and graphic designs released worldwide. As busy as Glen has been, he's never missed an opportunity to continue to cultivate his love for creating his personal art. Charcoal drawing, jewelry making and painting are some of his favorite vises, but sculpting is where his heart is. After first learning to sculpt in metal, wood and wax in his youth, Glen finds clay the medium that fulfills his creative expressions today. He loves the friendliness of the cool clay and its malleability to be changed from soft to rigid and strong, providing its structural longevity. 

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