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Give students an opportunity to explore their creativity in a new way with one of the art workshop below.

Artist William Hall lived in his car for many years. Consequently, he drew on smaller pieces of paper to then join them to make one, large work. For this workshop, each kit includes a black and white copy of Hall’s work “Pinecurving,” some shiny tape, and other items to collage. Students can use crayons or markers from home. This is a clean project. $5/participant

1

Mr. Imagination

To-Go

 

Recommended

Grades K–8

Artist Gregory Warmack, aka

“Mr. Imagination,” turned paint brushes into personalities. Let's do the same! Each kit includes one paintbrush, Apoxie sculpt, and baubles for students to apply as decoration. This is a messy project.COST: $5 / participant.

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Visionary Earth Collage

To-Go

 

Recommended

Grades 4–8

Artist William Hall lived in his car for many years. Consequently, he drew on smaller pieces of paper to then join them to make one, large work. For this workshop, each kit includes a black and white copy of Hall’s work “Pinecurving,” some shiny tape, and other items to collage. Students can use crayons or markers from home. This is a clean project.

COST: $5 / participant

3

Fruit Painting

Bring-Your-Own-Supplies

 

Recommended

any grade

Artist Ruby Williams painted colorful signs to advertise her roadside produce stand. Soon, the artwork became the reason people pulled over. In this workshop, parents provide the painting supplies, and we provide the fruit via Zoom! Students will learn about Ruby and create their own fruit painting from a still life. This may be a messy project.

COST: $2 / participant.

Ruby Williams Farm Squash Photo Dan Meye