Explore symmetry in sculptures and paintings from the Museum’s collections. Can you find the line of symmetry?
Activity: Using a pulled-string paint technique, try to make symmetrical paintings.
Instructor: Kara Stokowski
What are comics and how are they made? Take a look at Japanese printmaking and discuss the influence it had on comic books.
Activity: Draw your own comic that tells a story that is important to you.
Instructor: Sarah Pollman
Line, one of the elements of art, can be found everywhere. Compare how two artists – a painter and sculptor – each use it to describe a landscape.
Activity: Discover and master a technique for achieving perfectly straight lines in painting using acrylic paint, painter’s tape, and acrylic gel medium.
Instructor: Gianna Stewart
Close Look: “China’s 8 Brokens”
Discover how artists cataloged China’s past during a period of immense change.
Activity: Create one-of-a-kind mono prints on scroll style paper using gel plates, textured objects, and printmaking ink.
Instructor: Philana Brown
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We regret that there is no make-up, refund, or rescheduling for classes missed by a child, even those due to inclement weather. Refunds are given only if the class is cancelled by the MFA.