ROCKLAND — The Center for Maine Contemporary Art (CMCA), 21 Winter St., invites artists of all ages to join its April Vacation ArtLabs with teaching artists Annie Bailey and Lisa Morgan, held Monday through Thursday, April 18 through 21, from 10 a.m. to noon. Participants will draw inspiration from the exhibition “Nicola López | Visions, Phantoms and Apparitions” and create a collection of printed papers to collage into dreamscapes. Play and experiment with accumulating layers in mixed media with two printmaking sessions and two mixed media collage days.

Day 1 & 3: Printmaking — create a series of printed papers to apply to your dreamscapes, using block printing and mono-printing.

Day 2 & 4: Mixed media collage — focus on cutting, folding, wrapping and gluing.

Preparations to make in advance:

Get inspired: Visit CMCA in-person, located in downtown Rockland, or through a virtual tour at cmcanow.org.

Dress for a mess: Sometimes messes happen, as printmaking materials include ink or paint. Dress for a mess just in case.

Bailey is a multi-media artist from Tenants Harbor. She has a degree in Illustration from Rhode Island School of Design and enjoys watercolor painting, sailing, building and dreaming.

Morgan is an architectural designer and artist with experience teaching for ArtLab at CMCA. Her home and studio are in Rockport where she paints and works in mixed mediums.