Dig deeper into the art on view at the Henry! Each workshop includes a family-centered guided tour that explores a specific theme and exhibition. All tours are followed by a unique-art making activity in our education studio that everyone can enjoy.
Workshops are 1 ½ hours in length and appropriate for all ages. Parents participate and make art alongside their children. Tour the exhibit En plein air and exploring art made outside.
Look at how the practice of en plein air painting in the 19th century richly influenced the early years of photography. Make your own landscape painting inspired by the outdoors.
Members: Free * Non-Member: $10.00 (Includes admission to the museum, a guided tour, gallery activities and art materials)
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Space is limited. Register at Stranger Tickets
Education programs at the Henry Art Gallery are made possible with generous support from 4Culture/King County Lodging Tax Fund, the Paul G. Allen Family Foundation, ArtsFund, The Boeing Company, and PONCHO.
Sunday, July 15th, 2012, 2:00-3:30 pm.
Dig deeper into the art on view at the Henry and get dirty with an art making activity!
Each workshop includes a family centered interactive guided tour that explores a specific theme and exhibition. All tours are followed by a unique fun art making activity in our education studio that everyone can enjoy. Workshops are 1 ½ hours in length and appropriate for all ages. Parents are strongly encouraged to make art alongside their children.
On Sunday, July 15th we will explore the Art of The Record: Contemporary Art and the Vinyl. Explore a variety of artworks that use the record as their subject or medium. Get inspired to embellish a vinyl record with pain, collage and other media into a unique work of art.
FREE with museum admission.
Space is limited. Please sign up by visiting Eventbrite.
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On Friday, May 4th we are having a High School Student Arts Showcase 6:30 – 8:30 pm. The evening will feature music, spoken word and visual art presented by Roosevelt and Shorecrest High School Students in the café and throughout the museum. The evening will also feature informal tours of the current exhibitions led by our High School Student Guides. The event is organized by teens for teens but is open to the public. Join us in support of our museum education programming.