Create handmade cards and a collage piece inspired by the season of love! A great workshop for adults and teenagers alike.
Another opportunity to create a paper mushroom that fools the eyes. Part 2 is devoted to recreating one of the most famous fungi in the world—the white-spotted red mushroom known as the fly agaric.
Welcome to the world of fungi! Learn the art of paper crafting to make unbelievably realistic paper mushrooms.
Combine the art of the written word with acrylic and collage to make a piece that sends a message—both literally and artistically. Kelsey Marie Harris, former Art Root Writer in Residence and featured Wall Poems poet, will share insight on bringing poetry to life through visual art and design.
Create quick and expressive sketches using a pen tool on an iPad. Learn some tips and tricks from artist Kelsey Marie Harris, who has been using this method to develop her recent style of digital artwork. One of the best parts of digital art-making is how easy it is to erase, change colors in a flash, and create multiple prints. What’s not to like?!
Try your hand at creating a rudbeckia—often known for its sub-species called the Black-Eyed Susan—from paper through the guided expertise of artist Laura Gillespie. No prior experience is necessary.
An introduction to printing on clay using screen and relief printing techniques. Renowned printmaker and ceramicist Paul Andrew Wandless will teach you how to put images into screens without the use of a darkroom and how to carve designs into relief blocks. Then, learn how to print multi-color images using these screens and reliefs.
Craft a deceptively realistic lily flower out of craft paper. No prior experience is necessary.
Use craft paper to form surprisingly lifelike agave plants. No prior experience is necessary.
Craft paper hemp flowers that look as if they were grown fresh on a farm. No prior experience is necessary.
Ready, set, recycle! Pick and choose from an amazing selection of trash materials and turn them into wearable and sculptural art—helping the planet one art piece at a time.
Calling all future globe trotters! Let's explore a variety of materials and art styles from around the world in a fun and stimulating creative environment.
Using the Wustum gardens as inspiration, kids will created sustainable art from a variety of recycled materials that can grace your own garden for years to come.
Paint amazing artworks both abstract and realistic using a variety of paints and other materials.
Find inspiration from some of the most beloved Pop artists like Andy Warhol, Roy Lichtenstein, Keith Haring, and Romero Britto. Discover the essence of what made their art pop while developing your own style and finding what makes your own art come to life.
Step into the wild side by creating artwork that represents the colors, patterns, and characteristics of creatures both large and small. Craft 2-D and 3-D work from a variety of materials in this exciting animal art escapade.
Let's plant seeds of imagination and cultivate our creativity! Explore nature to gather inspiration then use natural items as part of the artmaking process. A great class for the budding artist!
Sculpt 3-D artworks from miniature to mighty using mixed media and recycled materials.
Create a 3-D imaginary landscape inspired by Lost at Sea—a loaned piece by artist Edouard Duval-Carrié on display in the RAM exhibition, Blurry Boundaries—that challenges preconceptions and creates a sense of time and place, whether real or imaginary.
Young artists will create museum-ready masterpieces throughout the week utilizing a variety of skills and fun materials.