Saturday, February 6, 1 - 3:00 p.m.
Family workshops at the Orlando Museum of Art are shared art experiences for children and their families. Activities are inspired by exhibitions at the Museum, and each workshop is led by a certified art educator and/or practicing artist. In this creative hands-on setting, families will learn about art together in a fun way!
Theme: HeART Extravaganza!
Get ready for a Valentine-making extravaganza! Design a Valentine’s Day paper crown, as well as a clay heart-shaped necklace and treasure box. Bring your loved ones and experience the joy of sharing your heART with ART! Clay pieces will be kiln fired and ready for pickup on Monday, February 15!
Pre-registration is required. All participants, except children under the age of two, must wear face coverings per CDC recommendations.
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Saturday, April 10, 1 - 3:00 p.m.
Theme: Cosmic Cyanotype Tiles
Bring the whole family together and design a cosmic tile that is out of this world! Explore artists who feature tile work in their artwork, such as Ala Ebtekar and Lalla Essaydi. Ebtekar specifically uses images of the cosmos from the Hubble telescope to create his dazzling tile installation, Luminous Ground. Learn how to make a cyanotype (photographic print) on a ceramic tile and create a dazzling design that reflects the night sky, moon, stars, and galaxy!
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Visitors: $25.00 for one adult and child
Museum members: $23.00 per one adult and child
Additional Adult or child: $10.00
Pre-registration required.* Please call 407.896.4231, ext. 262 or email email@example.com to register.
Full refunds will be provided if a class does not meet minimum enrollment and is cancelled. A refund equal to half of tuition paid will be provided for cancellations made up to 7 days prior to the first day of the class. No refunds, no exceptions, will be made if the cancellation is made less than 7 days prior to a class. Refund requests must be made in writing and should be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Location: Galleries, Studio I