December After-School Art Club

Meet up with other young art enthusiasts age 10-14 for an hour-long virtual creative session exploring a different artistic medium each month.

Registration required, max class size 8 students, min 3 students

Brown bag supplies available for pick up prior to each month’s program

$15 for members, $20 for non-members
Instructor: Hana Velde

Check back soon for registration link.

November After-School Art Club

Meet up with other young art enthusiasts age 10-14 for an hour-long virtual creative session exploring a different artistic medium each month.

Registration required, max class size 8 students, min 3 students

Brown bag supplies available for pick up prior to each month’s program
$15 for members, $20 for non-members

Instructor: Hana Velde

Check back soon for registration link.

Adult Studio Saturdays

Artists ages 18 and up will have the opportunity to warm-up together as a group with creativity exercises and then work independently on art projects.

Instructor: Caitlin Donald

To register for any of these online classes call 563.557-1851 x115 or stay tuned for online registration at dbqart.org/adult-education

Grab & Go Art History Projects – Prehistoric Cave Paintings

Looking for something different? Stop by the Dubuque Museum of Art and pick-up an art history project to go!

In November, we’ll explore the creation and symbolism of prehistoric cave paintings.

Brown bag supplies available for pick up prior to each month’s program. $15 for members, $20 for non-members. Call 563.557-1851 x 115 for more information.

This will be a pre-recorded 15 to 20 minute program for 8 year olds and up that will be posted on the DuMA YouTube and Facebook profile at 2 pm the day of the event.

Instructor: Caitlin Donald and Hana Velde

Virtual Exhibition Opening & Member Preview

Join us for a virtual exhibition opening and member preview of the new DuMA exhibition, “Portraits of the Pandemic”: An Exhibition of Self-Portraits by Local Artists. We will start our evening with an interview of our Curator and Registrar, Stacy Peterson by Telegraph Herald Features Editor, Megan Gloss. Then we will join “Portraits” artists Lisa Towers, Gregory T. Nelson and Angela Ventris in the Falb Gallery for one on one interviews with Kay Schroeder, Marketing & Engagement Manager.

 

“Portraits of the Pandemic” is an exhibition of self-portraits made during the pandemic by artists in Dubuque and surrounding counties in Iowa, Wisconsin, and Illinois. It also aims to examine how the pandemic and the subsequent effects to our social and physical interactions have reshaped our lives.

 

“Portraits” opens October 24, 2020 and continues through February 7, 2021

 

This a free event that will require no registration and you will be able to tune in to watch this event LIVE via the DuMA Facebook profile or on our YouTube channel.

Teen Studio Saturdays

Artists ages 14-18 will have the opportunity to warm-up together as a group with creativity exercises and then work independently on art projects.

Instructor: Caitlin Donald

To register for any of these online classes call 563.557-1851 x15 or stay tuned for online registration at dbqart.org/youth-classes

Grab And Go: Art & History Projects – History of Masks

Looking for something different? Stop by the Dubuque Museum of Art and pick-up an art history project to go!

In October, we will look at the history of masks in and as artwork.

Brown bag supplies available for pick up prior to each month’s program. $15 for members, $20 for non-members. Call 563.557-1851 x 115 for more information or register online at dbqart.org/youth-classes/

This will be a pre-recorded 15 to 20 minute program for 8 year olds and up that will be posted on the DuMA YouTube and Facebook profile at 2 pm the day of the event.

Instructor: Caitlin Donald and Hana Velde

Craft Virtual Talk: Pearce, Shea & Robertson

Join us for the second of two Craft virtual talks in the month of September. James Pearce, Andrew Shea & Rich Robertson will share their artwork inspirations and insights on working within their art mediums.

Register in advance for this webinar:
Click Here

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

The Dubuque Museum of Art is currently featuring the 2nd Craft Invitational exhibition highlighting fine craft, with an emphasis on traditional materials handled in unexpected and innovative ways.
This exhibition continues through October 11, 2020.

For more information including artist bios/statments, virtual tours and downloadable art activity worksheets, click here.

We would like to thank Premier Bank, Cottingham & Butler, Mosaic Lodge No. 125, Wisconsin Public Radio and Brigadier General USA (Retired) Bob and Nancy Felderman for being generous sponsors of the 2nd Craft Invitational exhibition.