Last Thursday, MFTA opened its studio to the public, set out refreshments and a ton of supplies, and watched creativity flow. With guidance from Chase Carlisle, a professional artist who teaches with MFTA, participants in March’s open studio program created mixed-media collage on large and small scales. Some of the works created will be exhibited during WasteDiversions, MFTA Gallery’s upcoming exhibition. Check out more pictures after the jump.
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