In the Josephine Adele Ford Center for Creativity
The new Josephine Adele Ford Center for Creativity—named for the St. Paul woman who ran 3 to 7 Playways, a company that created play and teaching materials for preschoolers—offers 4,000 square feet of classroom, making, and gathering spaces. Connect with your creative side by taking advantage of the M’s studio art classes for adults. Sign on to take a class at the M, and build your skills in studio arts important to the museum’s history—like oil and plein air painting, drawing, and printmaking. Or take a workshop to learn more about creative practices significant to some of the many cultural communities that call Minnesota home—all with instruction led by contemporary local artists at the top of their game.