Does your family need something fun and creative to do? Come to the Art Museum and make art with your children during our Family Saturday Workshop on Saturday, June 8th. During this workshop, families will view current exhibitions and guided in a hands-on, one of a kind art making experience supported by a knowledgeable arts instructor.
This workshop is a great ways to learn and share an artistic process with your children. June will focus on the work of artist Pavel Acosta.
“Pavel Acosta: Stolen from the Museum” is on view through August 10, 2019.
Museum Classroom and Studio
Saturday, October 5, 1 – 5pm
$20, Ages 16 and up, space is limited
Join artists Troy Abbott and Enrique Gomez de Molina, along with educators and curators from the University of Wyoming Art Museum, for this workshop investigating fun animal forms.
Participants will choose from a variety of (stuffed) animal forms and recreate their own fantastic creature, inspired by the exhibition “(re)Evolution.” Once your fantastic creatures are finished; we encourage experimenting with low-tech video tools to invent a new narrative or environment for your creative creatures.
No experience necessary. Participants are asked to bring a stuffed animal or figure they are willing to donate, repurpose or share with the collective group of creatives. All other materials provided.