Amazeum to host maker sessions for teens, adults

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Got some creative energy to burn? The Amazeum has some new sessions for adults and teens to do just that.

Scott Family Amazeum officials last week announced new “hands-on, interactive, skills-based sessions” on mold making, printmaking, and screen printing coming up for adults and teens at their facility, located at 1009 Museum Way in Bentonville.

The new sessions will be led by artists in residence Chase Young, Acadia Kandora and Maxi Dominguez.

“Our approach to traditional resident programs expands the notion of artists coming to do their work and sharing it with the public into one that is more collaborative,” says Erik Smith, Amazeum director of exhibits and facilities. “Ours immerses the makers and community in rich experiences where the arts and sciences intersect that ignite curiosity, elicit play and experimentation, build the capacity of the Amazeum team, and enrich and positively contribute to the makers and the community.”

The series kicks off with sessions on mold making by artist Chase Young in March, followed by printmaking sessions by Kandora in May, and screen-printing workshops by Dominguez in June.

Officials said the sessions are designed for individuals “of all abilities and interests.”

For more information, or to register for a workshop, visit