Museum Adventures for Kids

Looking for something for your kiddos to do once a week while on summer break? Or just need a mid-week break a few times this summer? Drop them off at the Museum for a few hours for a supervised Museum Adventure. Each class will explore a new topic and complete exciting creative projects.

Thursdays, June 14 – August 9
10:30 am – 2 pm (please bring a lunch)
$20 ($16 Museum members) per class **Limited to 8 Students

Ages 6-11

 

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Animals in a Pouch
July 19
After a tour of Jaune Quick-to-See Smith’s main gallery exhibit, we will identify our own favorite animals. Our projects will include mini painted canvases, small enough to carry in your hand-sewn Native American-style pouch. Instructor: Jennifer Azadmanesh

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Self Emojis
July 26
Create your own personal emojis as you explore your own expressions of happiness, sadness, seriousness, laughter and more. We will make several self-portrait artworks for our own self-emoji collection! Instructor: Jennifer Azadmanesh

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Collage Creation
August 2
Explore texture and color with a variety of collage media. Collage on canvas will be fun and spontaneous, and a great way to express your own personal special touches. Instructor: Diane Ramsey

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Black and White Still Life
August 9
Learn about composition, value, and light scale as we create a black and white still life collage with layered papers. The grey-scaled papers will teach us about light source and how it falls on an object. Instructor: Jennifer Azadmanesh