Starting December 1, Winter Hours for general admission to Fuller Craft Museum will be Thursday - Saturday, 10:00 am - 5:00 pm.
Allow Fuller Craft Museum to help your Girl Scout or Boy Scout Troop work toward their skill-building badges in art and craft! Each program provides a professional instructor and resources to earn badges; beginning in the studios, followed by a self-guided visit in the Museum. Badges not included.
Please allow 3 to 4 weeks advance notice for reservation.
Juniors – Drawing Badge
Junior Girl Scouts will complete all necessary requirements for their drawing badge. In the studio we will create a still life display and draw the still life drawings using a variety of materials such as charcoal, crayons, pastels, and pencil and learn how to add shading for depth and realism. Finally, we’ll explore perspective in artwork, architecture, and/or other objects in the Museum. Discover how things look different up close and far away then create your own drawing of something “zoomed in” or from a bug’s eye view! This program is 2 hours long. $20 per scout. Minimum 8 / Max 12
Brownie – Potter
Brownie Girl Scouts will complete all necessary requirements for their Potter Badge. Learn about the different materials, techniques and skills to make pottery. Create a slab, coil, or pinch pot and apply a glaze (requires firing and pick up later). View examples of ceramic art in the Museum. This program is 2 hours long. $25 per scout. Minimum 8 / Max 12
Brownie – Painter
Get inspired and learn about where artist find their ideas! Create your own masterpiece on canvas and discover how warm and cool colors set the mood for your painting and how found objects can be used as painting tools to give your painting unique style! This program is 2 hours long. $20 per scout. Minimum 8 / Max 12
Please contact Education Director Sage Brousseau at 508.588.6000 x124, or email firstname.lastname@example.org, to schedule a workshop for your troop.