9:30 am – 5:15 pm
The history of Bouquets to Art, ikebana, and finding inspiration.
By Cheyenne Tang
Create impressions from fruits and vegetables that resemble the beautiful organic shapes of flowers.
By Suzanne Couture
Explore painting techniques to capture what you notice about the sky.
By Raphael Noz, Teaching Artist
In the 1940s, the Bay Area established itself as a prominent center for fiber art.
By Jill D’Alessandro
Create a hat that explores ways of making and combining found materials.
By Jen Kindell, Teaching Artist
In the hands of a master navigator, this effigy became a powerful spiritual ally to safeguard the navigator and his vessel.
By Christina Hellmich
Experiment with materials and consider how best to display sculptures in this diorama activity.
By Hannah Freeman, Senior Teaching Artist
By Claudia Schmucki
When looking at or making art with children, using questions helps them think critically about their experiences.
Reflect on the landscapes around you and create your own with watercolor paints or gouache.
By Jill McLennan, Teaching Artist
Make a self-portrait inspired by Frida Kahlo’s symbolism and create an “album” of portraits of you and Frida Kahlo or of you and people you admire.
By Raphael Noz, Senior Teaching Artist
Frida Kahlo is one of the most significant artists of the 20th century.
By Hillary Olcott