$8 members/$10 non-members per person; art materials are provided. Registration required as class enrollment is limited; register here or call 336.758.5599.
These two-hour workshops begin at 2 p.m. the first Sunday of each month for children in 1st through 6th grades, accompanied by an adult. Elementary school-aged children and their favorite adults visit the Museum and make art together in these popular monthly workshops.
Every three children must be accompanied by at least one adult. Please buy one ticket per participant (one for each child and adult attending the workshop).
March 4 — Design Your Home
When painter Frederic Church traveled to the Middle East, he gathered inspiration for building his future home, Olana. Be inspired by Reynolda’s decorations and use architecture stamps and other media to create your own two-dimensional design or three-dimensional model of a home.
Upcoming Family First Workshops:
April 8 * (Moved because of Easter) — En Plein Air Drawing Workshop
In this workshop, you will traverse the Reynolda landscape and make a sketch in pencil, then a study in watercolor en plein air, (outside). Frederic Church made similar sketches and studies during his journeys.
May 6 — Wacky Weaving Workshop
Take inspiration from the woven and printed paper creations by Alan Shields in our Off the Wall exhibition to create your own woven artwork. Then, embellish it by stamping, stitching, and more!