These are some of the Programs & Events that were offered at Malvern Arts prior to the COVID-19 shutdowns:
Detailed descriptions can be found in the Program drop-down sub-menus, above.
- Beauty of Watercolor Workshop
- Beginner’s Oil Painting
- Play Reading & Discussion
- Textile Makers’ Gatherings
- 3 Classes With Chris Davis:
- Crafty Juggling
- Circus Skills for Beginners
- Balloon Twisting
- Ukulele Jam Sessions
- Walk When the Moon is Full
- Writing at Malvern Arts
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PAST EVENTS HELD included:
BEAUTY OF WATERCOLOR WORKSHOP with Deena Ball
BEGINNING JUGGLING WORKSHOP with Chris Davis
IMPROV GAME NIGHTS with the Last Minute Replacements, Phoenixville’s premier comedy team
REMEMBER PAOLI, a presentation about the Revolutionary War battle known as the Paoli Massacre, with Jim Christ, President of the Paoli Battlefield Preservation Fund.
THE CONCERNED PHOTOGRAPHER, award-winning photographer Sarah Bones shared slides and video of her work documenting humanitarian efforts around the world for Green Peace, World Health, CARE, and Pathways to Housing Philadelphia
Play Reading & Discussion – over 2 meetings, the group took a look at Our Town by Thornton Wilder
SHAKESPEARE AUTHORSHIP – Dr. Warren Hope, co-author of “The Shakespeare Controversy: An Analysis of the Authorship Theories” discussed his research into the theory that “William Shakespeare” was a pen name.
DANISH HOLIDAY CRAFTS & TRADITIONS – Dr. Arthur Hjorth and Dr. Rebekah Baglini led a session on how to make two traditional Danish holiday decorations: paper heart baskets which are filled with candy and hung on Christmas trees, and “Nisse” or “Tomten”, Scandinavian gnomes.
COMMUNITY SQUARE DANCE & POTLUCK – Caller Donna Hunt guided everyone through each dance to the old time tunes of the Indian River Hillbillies, and a fun time was had by all who attended!
This event was sponsored by the National Bank of Malvern.