Sign up for the next two “Studio Sundays” classes at the Museum of Ventura County
New “Studio Sunday” Program Teaches Art in A Social Setting

The Museum Ventura County’s new art instruction series, Studio Sunday, has provided a great reason for friends to gather at the museum and cultivate their inner artist. The Studio Sunday painting classes are taught by Mary Perez and Megan Bisbee of Vita Arts Center, and are open to all regardless of their level of expertise. The classes occur once a month on selected Sundays from 1-4 pm at the museum. Each of the classes has a theme and style of painting or creating that evokes famous artists.

There are two sessions coming up! Pre-paid reservations are being taken now.

January 17: "Pinots with Picasso"
Learn collage techniques to evoke Picasso’s cubism period.

February 21: “Koi Fish, Water & Wine”
Take to the water with this colorful symbolic fish, learning the timeless art of watercolor painting.

The class fee is $40 per person, or $35 for MVC members, which includes instruction, art materials and light refreshments. Each class is limited to 40 people. To reserve, call (805) 653-0323, x315, or go to the museum’s website at and pay online.