Join museum educators in the museum's lobby from 10 a.m. to Noon on the 3rd Saturday of each month for this new family art program that is fun for all ages. Your family can drop-in, make and take fun art creations home with you. All children should be accompanied by an adult. Crafts available while supplies last.
UPCOMING DROP IN ART PROJECTS
March - Mourning Dove Silhouettes with William Scott Belote
April - To Be Announced
May - To Be Announced
June - To Be Announced
July - To Be Announced
Percussion Shakers: Our Drop In Art project for April will be percussion shakers with local artist Ted Nichols. Make a shaker from recycled materials and learn about percussion instruments.
Our Drop In Art project for April will be sumi-e painting with local artist Barbara Schmitz. Learn how the art of less can sometimes produce some of the most beautiful pieces.
Our Drop In Art project for March will be a Laughing Gull Youth Silhouette with guest artist Bill Belote. This gull can be entered in World Championship Carving Competition's Youth Division at the World Championship Carving Competition.
Our Drop In Art project for February will be kirigami trees with guest artist Michael Auger. Kirigami is a variation of origami that includes cutting of the paper (from Japanese "kiru", meaning "to cut", and "gami", meaning "paper"). Children will create their own kirigami tree and decorate it.
Drop In Art Saturdays at the Ward Museum are supported by a grant from the Susan K. Black Foundation.