1300 1st Ave.,Seattle,Wa

Family Fun Workshops for Tiny Tots – Colorful Clay

when: Oct 28, 2017 at 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m

where: Downtown Seattle, Seattle Art Museum, 1300 1st Ave., Seattle, Wa

cost: https://tickets.seattleartmuseum.org/public/auto_choose_ga.asp?area=29

ages: 3-6

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the scoop:

How can art transport us to another place? Explore the permanent collection and Andrew Wyeth: In Retrospect to learn all about landscapes and color! Then, head to the studio to build a world of your own using clay and other fun materials.

Each workshop begins with a sketching tour in the galleries. With the guidance of a teaching artist and a wealth of art-making materials, kids can harness their imaginations to create a masterpiece inspired by their art adventure!

This workshop is designed for children ages 3-6 and their caregivers. $15 for one adult and up to two kids; SAM members are $7.50. Additional participants are $5 each (members included).

Family Fun Workshops
Introduce your family to a variety of cultures and artistic traditions during a Family Fun Workshop. This art experience is designed to engage both kids and adults in two hours of learning and creating together.

Every workshop begins with a sketching tour of the galleries. With the guidance of a Teaching Artist and a wealth of provided art-making materials, harness your imaginations to create a masterpiece inspired by your art adventure.

Workshoppers have created portraits of important women in their lives, wearable art inspired by contemporary Japanese fashion, gold pendants, abstract dot paintings inspired by Australian Aboriginal art, and puppets!

Workshops are designed for specific age groups to provide an experience tailored to the needs of Tiny Tots (ages 3–6), Young Artists (ages 6–10), and Tweens (ages 9–12).


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