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NGAkids Art Zone

NGAkids Art Zone

For Teachers and Schools | Columbus Museum of Art CMA is offering workshops specifically for home school families! On the third Tuesday of every month (October to May), from 1:30 – 3:30 pm, homeschool students ages six and up can explore and create in this 2-hour experience. Each month features a new, different topic inspired by our collection or special exhibitions. Registration includes a 45-minute guided tour, 60-minute Studio Thinking Workshop, and Museum admission for the student and one accompanying adult. Parents may choose to drop-off or remain with their child. The Columbus Museum of Art is always seeking innovative ways to introduce students to great art. Art Lab is a group of 15 enthusiastic high school juniors and seniors from Columbus area high schools. Time Warner Cable is a supporting sponsor of Art Lab. Critical Works is a partnership between the Columbus Museum of Art and the Columbus Collegiate Academy. Critical Works is presented by JPMorgan Chase Foundation and by an Ohio Arts Council Arts Partnership grant.

Myoats - Create something. National Gallery of Art NGAkids STILL LIFE interactive NGAkids Still Life helps you create interactive compositions that mirror the paintings of the old masters. This Art Zone activity is suitable for all ages. Young children can explore spatial arrangement, perspective, proportion, and balance while creating engaging, interactive still life compositions that mix everyday objects with elements borrowed from famous works of art. More advanced artists will enjoy creating complex arrangements, and then switchng to the painting mode to add and manipulate textured 'brushstrokes" that give their art a more abstract, painterly quality. If the Shockwave application above is blank, download the Shockwave plug-in. For best results, run your web browser in 32-bit mode. Credits Copyright © 2013 National Gallery of Art, Washington

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