1978 Maplewood Arts Center has served the community for almost two decades as a space dedicated to the the visual

arts. Under the direction of the Maplewood Department of Community Services Office of Cultural Affairs, it will continue

to provides a forum for artists to work, exhibit and interact.


Coming up at the 1978 Maplewood Arts Center

Be a part of the Inktober® phenomenon!

Inktober® was created in 2009 by artist Jake Parker as a challenge to himself to improve his inking skills and develop positive drawing habits. Every year, Jake develops a list of 31 one-word prompts for each day in October. People around the world take on the challenge to create an ink drawing each day based on that day’s prompt.

All through October, the walls of 1978 will be open for our community to join this worldwide art project! The walls will be divided into panels for each day, labeled with the date and Jake’s official prompt. Everyone in the community — all ages and abilities — are invited to do an ink drawing for the prompts. Draw one or draw 31! Let’s fill the room with ink drawings!

#Inktober is also #Socktober and we’ve joined forces with Feed SoMany to be a collection point for the October sock drive for the entire month! Bring socks to donate and get ready to draw!

Kick-off is Tuesday, Oct 1, 6-9pm
Regular hours to draw available all month:
Mon: 7pm-9pm
Tue: 10am-12pm
Wed: 10am-5pm
Thu: 10am-12pm
Sat: 10am-1pm

Community Celebration Wednesday Oct. 30, 6-pm!

This project is being produced by Good Crowd Events in association with The Maplewood Cultural Affairs and with the permission of Jake Parker.

Many thanks to our sponsors, Fringe Salon and A Paper Hat for supporting this project!

Inktober® 2019 All Rights Reserved

 
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