Join us for an afternoon of fun and creativity. Drop by our art studio Sunday afternoons and explore four maker stations, each of which presents a challenge or question based on the afternoon’s theme. How you solve that challenge is entirely up to you – sky’s the limit! Stations are designed for K-3 grades, but all ages are welcome.
- $20 | 1 Child + 2 caregivers
- $36 | 2 children + 2 caregivers
- $50 | 3+ children + 2 caregivers
- Workshops run from 1-3pm, final admittance at 2:15
- Most workshops meet at the National Museum of American History
March 19 │ Movement and Art
Art that moves, art inspired by movement, art that reflects movement – spend a few hours actively creating unique works of art.
Station 1: Jackson Pollack and Action Painting
Station 2: Kinetic Art
Station 3: Create Your Artmaking Robot
Station 4: Visual Movement
May 21 │ Theater and Storytelling
Our afternoon, created especially by our expert in theater arts, will explore the art of telling stories and some selected components of the theater.
Station 1: Puppetry
Station 2: Tableau
Station 3: Write a Story
July 16 │ Food
We all love to eat and food has been, and continues to be, an inspiration to artists. We will experiment with different types of art in which food plays a prominent role and finish by creating our own food sculptures.
Station 1: Still Lifes
Station 2: Food Portraits
Station 3: Thiebaud Cakes
Station 4: Fruit and Vegetable Carving