Mini-book Making, Instructor: Hana Velde
Thurs, Dec 5, 4:00-4:50pm
Cost: $10 Members, $15 Guests
Have you ever dreamed of making your own picture book, graphic novel, or comic book? Inspired by the works of picture book artist Arthur Geisert, we will create blank mini-books that can be filled with your own stories, poems, drawings, and dreams.
Call Margaret Buhr at 563-557-1851 M-F, or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or to enroll a student.
Pumpkin Prints, Instructor: Hana Velde
Thurs, Nov 21, 4:00 -4:50pm
Cost: $10 Members and $15 Guests
After a tour of Arthur Geisert’s Pumpkin Island etchings, we will head down to the classroom to create our own unique pumpkin prints using monotype and glue line printing processes.
Free event! Dinner will be served!
REGISTER ONLINE AND MORE INFO HERE
Join the St Mark ArtSMARTS program for an art opening to show off all the great work they have done with amazing artists in the Dubuque Area. These great kids met with some of the best Dubuque has to offer.
Occurring once a month in the newly remodeled Glab Family Art Studio, smART Saturdays offer a fun opportunity to connect with your child through flexible open-ended art projects designed to encourage creativity and thinking outside the box. Instruction and project guidelines will be provided, but individual expression is encouraged. Instructors Amethyst Barron & Caitlin Donald
July 14 – Mini-boats
Celebrate Summer weather by creating mini-boats that actually float! A variety of techniques will be demonstrated on how to make fun, water-resistant creations that participants can test-run in a small tub of water. How well can you make your boat float?
Activities offered on a drop-in basis, however you must register by calling the Museum at 557-1851 the Thursday before the Saturday class.
Young artists will explore the Museum’s galleries for inspiration and head to the studio to create their own works of art in a variety of mediums.
The Museum’s educational philosophy focuses on experimentation, problem solving and “thinking outside the box.” Students create art in a safe and positive environment, finding inspiration in the Museum’s exhibitions and collections. Originality and self-expression is encouraged.
Monday-Friday, June 18-22, 10-11:30 a.m. Ages 6-8
Monday-Friday, June 24-29, 10-11:30 a.m. Ages 9-12
Monday-Friday, July 9-13, 10-11:30 a.m. Ages 13-16
Instructor: Caitlin Donald
Cost: Museum members: $45 Guests: $50. All supplies furnished.
If you are unable to use the above form, call DuMA at (563) 557-1851)