AAoM in the News
Art Academy in Milton plays host to Be Well Festival
Local experts in many different areas of wellness came to the Art Academy of Milton, 38 South Front Street, to show their expertise at the Be Well Festival.
It was a full day of self care and relaxation where the experts provided exclusive insight into how various services can elevate your self care and daily life. Presentations were given every half hour and attendees had five minute trials for all services at reduced rates.
Mural in downtown Milton inspired by van Gogh
Three artists inspired by the art of Vincent van Gogh painted a mural in downtown Milton, adding color to South Front Street.
Artists Steve Gibson, Beverley Conrad and Michael Rash combined their skills and efforts and created a colorful mural on the Art Academy of Milton, an 11,000-square foot collaborative art space housed in the former Fraternal Order of the Eagles building at 38 S. Front St. in Milton. The three artists completed the mural over the weekend of July 9.
Valley actors to bring 'The Elephant Man' to life at the Art Academy of Milton
A valuable lesson of hardship and humanity hits the stage, as Grand, Travelers, & Scrim (GTS) Youth Theatre and Gaspipe Theatre MILTON - Company present their partnership production of “The Elephant Man,” Friday and Saturday at 7 p.m., and Sunday at 2 p.m., at the Art Academy of Milton, 38 S. Front St., Milton.
Class for writers soon coming at Art Academy of Milton
MILTON — Do you think you have a talent for writing? If so, you will want to consider joining the Prose Writing Workshop at the Art Academy of Milton. Michael Rash, an adjunct professor at Susquehanna University, will be the instructor for all 12 classes. He said, “Nobody has to be experienced for this. It’s a good chance for people to get together and share their stuff.”
Steve Gibson building the Art Academy of Milton
When asked about his vision for the Academy for the next five years, Gibson offers, “It’s my dream to have simultaneous classes, gallery shows, events and studio sessions at any given time of day, spread across all four floors. I love the idea that the building can become a living, breathing thing on its own, supported by not just the in-house artists and students, but by the entire community.”