First Saturday projects!

November 4, 2009 at 1:02 am

collage project for First Saturdays, November 2009

collage project for First Saturdays, November 2009

If all these events just aren’t enough for you (have you even come in to do a Fundred yet??) this coming weekend is the first Saturday of November, which means, FREE MANUAL ART LABOR FOR THE MINORS free hands-on art projects for kids!

This month’s project is based on the Nowhere to Hide: Three Artists in the Desert exhibition, with artists Richard Lerman, Carrie Marill and Julie Anand. Based on Anand’s collage-type work and Marill’s birds, we’ve got some fun bird-inspired collage projects just waiting to happen. The beautiful collage pictured above was done by our Ed. Department assistant, Dawn. She’s good, no?

Don’t forget- everything is free and the kids can keep their projects. With the holidays quickly approaching, what better way to keep the kids entertained for a day than a FREE day at ASU Art Museum?

Following is a real quote from a real teacher who brought her class into the museum for a tour: “They liked the museum better than the zoo!”

hear that? BETTER THAN THE ZOO. you should come on Saturday and see why.

-diane :)

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