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Saturday Morning Art Camp for ages 7-10: Express Yourself

<i>Zoo Again</i>, 1972, by Sam Gilliam (b. 1933); oil on raw canvas
48 x 58 inches; Image courtesy of Vibrant Vision Collection of Jonathan Green and Richard Weedman

Zoo Again, 1972, by Sam Gilliam (b. 1933); oil on raw canvas 48 x 58 inches; Image courtesy of Vibrant Vision Collection of Jonathan Green and Richard Weedman

Join teaching artist Janell Walker Smalls on Saturdays for a fun morning of artmaking inspired by artists and objects in Building a Legacy.

Young artists will create monoprint collage artwork inspired by Sam Gilliam while learning about abstract art and the influences behind this significant artist's work.

Materials included, but students can bring one snack (recommended) and must wear a mask or face covering. Class size is limited to allow for proper social distancing.

$55 Members | $65 Non-Members
*A 3% credit card transaction fee will apply.

Please note: Keeping the safety of our students, teachers, staff members, and their families at top of mind. This class has a limited capacity to maximize social distancing. There will also be limited shared art materials and increased cleaning of the classroom space. All students, teachers, and staff must wear masks or face coverings.

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