Each day begins with a 2-hour demonstration followed by 4 hours of guided hands-on work over the torches. Cost includes a limited supply of glass, electrodes and other components necessary for mounting and wiring your completed neon unit onto a presentation base. November 12th & 13th, 2016 (Saturday and Sunday) 10am–1pm, 2pm–5pm (6 hours/day)Instructor: Michael Hernandez has had an intimate relationship with neon for the past seven years, exploring technical and artistic approaches and building neon studios in Indiana and California. In 2010, he earned his master’s degree from Alfred University. Hernandez resides in San Marcos, California, where he runs his neon studio and teaches glass at Palomar College.
SAVE MONA: PLANT A SIGN GARDEN
The Museum of Neon Art needs your help to survive COVID-19 closures and share our growing collection with the public in a safe and inspiring way.
We are raising funds to build a "Sign Garden", an iconic one-of-a-kind LA County landmark and outdoor exhibition space located in the former parking lot of the Museum.
Starting at just $150 your name will shine as a sponsor in our new exhibition space. Any size donation will help MONA at this critical time, but we have made special incentives to reward levels of giving.
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MONA IS TEMPORARILY CLOSED
Due to the State of California's efforts to stop the spread of COVID-19, the Museum of Neon Art is closed until further notice.