Welcome Fuller Craft Museum into your home to add artful play into your everyday life and inspire your inner artist. Together through a virtual, online workshop on the 2nd Sunday of each month, we’ll use our “artist’s eyes” to look at simple things that are all around us while we unlock creative ideas we can play with right in our own homes. Is that a potato masher in your drawer or a playdough tool? What about that broken-down box in your recycling bin? We see construction materials.
All ages are welcome! Our art making explorations are developed for all ages of children and adults to work together. Pre-K through elementary aged children are a good fit for this program.
Material lists are provided on the links below – most supplies will be things you likely have on hand, or things you can easily find at the supermarket, drugstore or hardware store; like glue, shaving cream, paper and cardboard (could be a box from cereal or shipping), drawing tools (could be crayons, markers, pens, or pencils), texture maker (could be a potato masher, baseball, or lego).
June 13, 2021 | Exploring Texture and Bookmaking
Together we’ll talk about texture, the way something feels or looks like it feels, and look at some examples of different types.
About the instructor: Beth Bailey holds two BFAs from MassArt in CommunityEducation and Painting. She has been facilitating a variety of arts educational programming on the South Shore for the past 10 years and has always held a special place in her heart for early education. Beth is the mother of a 2.5-year-old… who may or may not be interrupting class from time to time.
These are virtual events to be held live on Zoom at 11:00am on the 2nd Sunday of each month. You will receive the Zoom link and supply list with your ticket confirmation via email–Please note, confirmation emails with detailed information may sometimes end up in your junk mail or spam folder.
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