9:30 am – 5:15 pm
Create a flower painting in close detail, inspired by Georgia O’Keeffe’s Petunias (1925).
By Jill McLennan, senior teaching artist
In this project, students learn about primary colors and how to mix secondary colors using paint.
If you love to paint, then learn to love cleaning up.
By Raphael Noz, senior teaching artist
Through this activity, students create an identity book that looks at their past, present, and future selves.
How to start and keep the practice of being anti-racist going for yourself and your family at home as well as in a museum setting.
By Jenjii Hysten and Ariana Bayer
Create a simple composition to hang in your window, with a focus on colors, shapes, and lines found in nature.
By Hannah Freeman, senior teaching artist
Create a bigger-than-life fruit sculpture
By Jennie Smith, senior teaching artist
Learn how to make a viewfinder that brings visibility to neighborhoods that are restorative rather than depleting.
By Hannah Waiters, artist
An interview with Jen Bloomer, of Radici Studios, facilitator for the Museums’ family workshop series, Doing the Work Together: Becoming an Anti-Racist Family.
By Ariana Bayer
Learn to print at home with artist Manuel “Fases” Ruelas, whose work was included in The de Young Open.
By Manuel “Fases” Ruelas, artist
Explore the materials in your surroundings through the sounds they make.
Today, we will take a deep look at ourselves and create an abstract self-portrait made up of many pieces.