ROCKLAND — The Center for Maine Contemporary Art (CMCA), 21 Winter St., invites the public to “Adult Workshop | Make Your Mark” Tuesday, May 31, in-person from 3 to 6 p.m. Participants will experiment with a variety of mark-making media inspired by the work of Yashua Klos to create a collection of painted, doodled and printed papers that can be used for a variety of creative purposes from collages to card-making. This workshop runs similar to CMCA’s ArtLab for All with a strong focus in the process and exploration of materials.

Registration is required; the cost is $60 non-members, $45 CMCA members and $40 seniors. A minimum of six registrants is needed to run.

Instructor Tara Morin is an educator and artist living in Rockland. She defines her work as collecting and configuring shape and color, often integrating the “detritus of daily life” into her work. She uses found materials to create visually complex images and objects, arranging and rearranging to produce painting, drawing, collage and sculpture. Her aim is to reimagine the found material as something both familiar and foreign.

All workshop attendees are required to show proof of vaccination and masks are strongly encouraged indoors at CMCA. Register at cmcanow.org. For any questions or concerns, contact Education Programs Manager Mia Bogyo at mbogyo@cmcanow.org.