Build imagination, creativity, and a love for art! Learn about works of art, and explore new art-making materials and techniques with hands-on projects in the studio. All supplies are provided!
We're making balloons! Inspired by artist Claire Ashley's inflatables, cut and tape plastic into a shaped balloon, then, using markers and colorful tape, decorate your air-filled creation.
Draw some inspiration from the colorful tunnel of flags made by artist Odili Donald Odita. Then, using shaving creme and fabric paint, swirl a pattern to print onto large cloth banner of your own!
Observe two light-up sculptures from the Color Field exhibition, then create sculptures of your own from wood, glue, paint pens, circuits, and mini-LEDs!
Check out a large-scale sculpture of colorful squares by artist Spencer Finch, then combine the perfect colors into your own paint-chip masterpiece.
Do you love letters? After looking at the many layers of artist John Cage's letter-laden sculptures, create a calligraphy-stamp of your own using foam, tracing paper, and pens.
Take a closer look at huge patterns created with hundreds of lottery tickets. Create a giant monogram of your own with wordy pages from books, magazines, and newspaper for your wall or door.
Jump into the world of artist Joseph Cornell who used found objects to assemble little boxes of his favorite treasures. Using found objects with numbers, letters and emojis, make a little box the represents you.
Do you love captioning photos? This artist does too! Check out how this Nate Larson used Twitter and photography to create artworks from his Geolocation series. After, we are digging in to magazines, old books, and upcycled posters to make a game of captions! Friendly for all-ages.