Instructor: Kelly Robertson, Calvary Glass
Heat up the holidays at The Columbus Museum with this special art-making class. Glass artist Kelly Robertson will be instructing participants on how to make their own blown glass ornament. Spaces are limited and registration is required.
Fee: $45 for Members $55 for Future Members
All classes are currently full.
Register by December 10; Contact: Liliana Harrell, email@example.com or 706.748.2562 ext. 2124
Exhibition Making Conversation with Warren William Homes Opens.
Join us during the winter break from school as we turn the Museum into a winter wonderland! Participants will discover a process to create their own “snow” and will be sent on a gallery scavenger hunt that will celebrate the season. Each participant will go home with a bag of the snow they created and a recipe to create your own snow at home!
This activity is recommended for ages 3 and up.
The closing of the exhibition of St. Luke’s School students artwork.
An exhibition of Harris County School student’s artwork opens.
Ages 4-5 years & caregivers
Instructor: Kirsten Dunn
Bring your little artist to the Museum and join us for a unique, hands on art-making experience inspired by works by artist Eddie Dominquez! This class will feature a guided tour of Dominguez’s work followed by a trip to our studio for your little one to make their very own sculpture. Your child will leave with a new appreciation for patterns, sculpture, and art from the Southwest.
Contact the Education Department, firstname.lastname@example.org, 706.748.2562 ext. 2124 for more information. Register by December 19, 2018.
LOOK! @ Lunchtime is a collaborative viewing exercise and dialogue centered around works of art from the Museum’s permanent collection. Jonathan Frederick Walz, Director of Curatorial Affairs & Curator of American Art, will facilitate LOOK! discussions every second Tuesday. Each month a new object will be explored.
Featured object: William Christenberry, Columbus Wall
Join us for a fun-filled morning in the Studio as we explore the art of paper quilling!
Paper quilling is a technique that involves long strips of paper twisted into tight circles and other shapes. Children and caregivers will learn the basics of quilling and will use their new skills to design and create their own cards.
Class instructor is Mackenzie Eaton
Free, however pre-registration is required.