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
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.
On the second Tuesday of the month, Young At Art goes online!
Preschool-aged kiddos can join-in with a parent/caregiver for a reading of a Caldecott Award-winning picture book and related art project using materials found around the home.
This will be a pre-recorded 15 to 20 minute free program for 3-6 year olds that will be posted on the DuMA YouTube and Facebook profile at 2 pm the day of the event.
The Dubuque Museum of Art offices and galleries will be closed to the public through at least Friday, May 1st, 2020, and all events during this time postponed. We apologize for the inconvenience. Please visit our website for updates as they are announced.
Every second Tuesday of the month, toddlers ages 3-5, accompanied by a parent or grandparent, are invited to the Museum to enjoy a merry time creating art. Please come dressed to get messy! Instructor: Hana Velde.
$3 per child per session. All supplies are furnished.
You must register by noon the day before.
DuMA Art Adventures Onlineis a kid & family friendly Facebook video series featuring Caitlin Donald, Education Fellow, sharing fun and imaginative art projects to do at home.
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4/2: Textures in Nature – We will go on a fossil hunt and draw the different textures we find.
3/31: Cave Art -We will explore why people made cave art, when in history they made it and how they did it. Then you can go outside, find a flat rock and make your own cave art!