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July 15, 2014

Q5: Multi Arts Center needs instructors

STILLWATER, Okla. — Bill Miller is executive director of the Multi Arts Center, a public art facility in Stillwater operated in partnership by Friends of Multi Arts and the city of Stillwater.

1 What types of programming does Multi Arts offer?

We are Oklahoma’s largest community visual arts center, and offer classes and workshops in many media including clay, fine arts, metals, glass, cooking, and fiber arts.  We have some programs specific to adults, others designed for mixed ages, and some designed for children.

2 What do you look for in an instructor?

Multi Arts is looking for people from the community and surrounding areas that are passionate about sharing their artistic skill with others. Previous teaching experience is wonderful, but many of our instructors are artists in their own field who wish to share their knowledge of method and techniques..

3 Who takes classes at the Multi Arts Center?

We have students from all walks of life, and from all age groups. We offer classes for ages 2 through 102 with instructors deciding what age groups they will teach.  Multi serves students from Payne County, but some drive in from Enid, Edmond, or Tulsa to take classes.

4 When do the Center offer classes?

Multi Arts Center hours are Monday-Thursday 9-9, Friday-Saturday 9-5 and Sunday 1-5, and classes or workshops may be offered on any or all of those days and during any of those times, year round, except for major holidays.

5 How can people find out more about Multi Arts or apply to teach a course?

Please contact us at 405-747-8084, email for teaching, or visit, 1001 S. Duck, Stillwater, OK or check us out on Facebook, for more information.


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