Working in a variety of materials, learn to mix color, identify the crucial aspects which affect color and explore the interaction between colors and how they change according to their surroundings.
Come explore hands-on play and activity stations, make new friends, and learn about our world. Open to all children 0-5 with their caregivers. Activities may include dressing up in kimonos, light table play, changing art projects, a reading corner, a Tanabata wish tree, and Chinese New Year activities, and storytelling.
Beginners and slightly experienced students can move towards improving fundamentals and developing an expressive and personal style.
Forty years of life with a Victorian home in Springfield’s McKnight neighborhood. From vacant rooming house to a period restored and furnished showplace. The Boone’s home has been featured in numerous national and local publications as well as on many local house tours. Talk will feature many before and after photos of the restoration process.
Following the Museums a la Carte lecture with Jim Boone, join docent Diane Huot for further discussion in the Early 20th Century Gallery in the D’Amour Museum of Fine Arts.
Come explore hands-on play and activity stations, make new friends, and learn about our world. Open to all children 0-5 with their caregivers. Activities may include playing with Galimotos, building our own African Safari exhibit from Legos, printing Adinkra symbols, handling furs and skins from different animals featured in the museum’s Africa Hall, and creating a different clothespin animal each week.
All the fundamentals of oil painting will be covered–from canvas preparation to planning a composition, color mixing and paint application from start to finish.