This program is free and space is limited. To join a class please contact David Marlowe at the Alzheimer’s Association at 800-272-3900.
Clay? Check. Paint? Check. Fabric? Yarn? Check! During this exploratory camp, participants will learn about the many ways that we can create art. Sculptures, paintings, collages, and self-portraits will be just a few of the many projects we will experience throughout the week. Each day, campers will discover new techniques while focusing on the joy of art. This camp is perfect for beginners or for campers who want to learn about a variety of ways to make art.
Slots are no longer available for this camp.
LOOK! @ Lunchtime is a collaborative viewing exercise and dialogue centered on works of art from the Museum’s permanent collection. Jonathan Frederick Walz, Director of Curatorial Affairs & Curator of American Art, facilitates LOOK! discussions every second Tuesday to explore a new object each month.
Featured object: Jonathan Mannion, Jay-Z, New York, 1997; printed 2010
Join two storytellers, Akili and Jabari, as they share stories that celebrate the vastness of the African landscape. Audience interaction abounds as these skilled performers bring to life Anansi, pourquoi, and trickster tales. Sing-alongs, stories, and humor help celebrate work, cultures, language, and oral tradition in this inventive and high energy production of Bright Star Theater.
Instructor: Lesley Jakovcic
Are you crazy about color? If you love colors, then this camp is just for you! Our color explorers will make discoveries about primary and secondary colors, experiment with paint mixing, and more! Color creators will learn about how different artists take inspiration from color, participate in story time, and create their own museum masterpieces!
Don’t miss this one day sale to shop GREAT deals on season gifts, clothing, jewelry, pottery and a look at the new items we have from local vendors!
Local vendor items will not be apart of the sale but sold full price.
We are turning up the heat in the Museum with the Summer Concert Series. Throughout the summer, the arts collide with music provided by local and regional bands and free guided tours of the Museum’s collection provided by staff and docents. Bring a picnic dinner or purchase one from one of our featured food trucks.
Featuring: Don Tipton
Storyteller Bobbie Pell has shared her love of stories with audiences for over 30 years. Join her as she uses her skills to bring American folklore to life in this exciting presentation of L’il Liza Jane.