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Spring Break Art Workshops

Kids Ages 6-12: 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Teens Ages 13-16: 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Members: $30 (per day)
Non-members: $35 (per day)

The Museum offers art workshops twice a year during school-year holidays, giving students an opportunity to create works of art during their school break. Each workshop centers on a new theme, and students work with various mediums such as drawing, painting, sculpture and more. 

Each individual day offers a unique art lesson. Sign up for one day or both for each theme. Day 1 not required to participate in Day 2. Members: $60 (both days), Non-Members: $70 (both days).

Tuesday, March 27 & Wednesday, March 28, 2018
Art in the Garden

Join BMoA Educator Lorraina Paz in exploring the connection between plants and art through form, color, and texture. Students will learn to observe and use natural materials in their artwork while experimenting with soft pastels, watercolors, and clay.

Thursday, March 29 & Friday, March 30, 2018
Eastern Block to Western Screen

Join BMoA Educator John Olivo in this workshop inspired by block printing techniques from India and Asia. This workshop uses ink, paint, and watercolors to explore patterns and designs. Students will also compare and contrast those skills to Silver Screen printing works, made popular by artist Andy Warhol.

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Spring Side By Side

Kids Ages 2-5: 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM

Members: $10 (per day)
Non-members: $15 (per day)

The Museum welcomes children ages 2-5 and their parent/guardian for an explorative, 90-minute-long workshop. A BMoA instructor presents a variety of theme-based art projects that promote creativity and fine motor skills using mediums such as painting, drawing, collage and printmaking. Parents/Guardians and their child explore each project at their own pace and work together to create a collection of one-of-a-kind artworks to take home.

Saturday, March 31, 2018
Monet and Me

Iconic French Impressionist artist Claude Monet, always carried a sketchbook while exploring landscapes and the world around him. With BMoA educator Natalia Perez and your encouragement, your child will create their very own sketchbook inspired by Monet, using media such as watercolor, oil pastels, professional grade colored pencils, and more!

“Side by Side is my favorite thing I do at the Museum because I get to set up a colorful space where young minds can explore various types of art materials, touch new textures, and develop their fine motor skills with the encouragement and support of a loved one right next to them! It is incredible to see just how creative children can be if you provide them with the tools they need to create.” 

- Natalia Perez, BMoA Educator

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Spring Break Art Workshops Registration

Deadline to register is Friday, March 23, 2018

 

Kids
Ages 6-12

Members: $30 (per day)
Non-members: $35 (per day)

Teens
Ages 13-16

Members: $30 (per day)
Non-members: $35 (per day)

Side By Side
Ages 2-5

Members: $10 (per day)
Non-members: $15 (per day)

Please register one student at a time.
Quantity selected above reflects number of individual days your student will be participating in.


About the Class:
No experience is required. Early drop-offs or late pick-ups are not permitted and will result in an additional fee. For these programs, parents are encouraged to be outside the classroom during instruction (excluding Side by Side)All supplies are included in class fees unless stated otherwise. Space is limited and if the class is full, please contact the front desk to be placed on a waiting list. For more information regarding our classroom policies, please visit bmoa.org/class-policies or contact our Education Coordinator at (661)323-7219.

Museum Rules: 
To ensure the safety of not only the artwork on display, but the safety of others, BMoA has strict rules for gallery behavior. Please inform your group of these rules before arriving.

- Keep hands at least one, arms-length away from artwork and the walls
- There is no horseplay or running allowed in any areas of the museum
- It is expected that chaperones will intervene to prevent any misbehavior in the galleries
- Students must use their "inside voices;" no yelling or screaming of any kind
- Absolutely no food or drink is allowed inside the Museum
- You are allowed to take photographs, but no flash photography


Not a member yet? Become a member to receive the member price on this and future classes.
Learn more about additional membership benefits HERE.