Held bi-weekly Oct-May in the Ellen Noël Art Museum’s Art Haus, this program is geared for art-loving children ages 3-5. Listen to a beautifully illustrated story followed by a brief art activity. Mild Spring days often include visits to the garden. FREE
Classes are held monthly during Oct-May and consist of Art Appreciation, Art History and a Studio Art experience for children ages 6-12. Students tour a current exhibit and do an art project focused on the work they’ve seen. Fees are $18 ($20 for Ceramics) and due in advance the Thursday before each class. Limited number of scholarships are available through the Neely Hunter Palmer Memorial fund; contact Annie Stanley for more information.
The Museum is taking its popular school year program which includes Art History, Art Appreciation, and a Studio Art Project to kids cafe sites around town. Each week will focus on a three day unit of a popular artist. Artists to be studied include Pablo Picasso, Henri Matisse, Henri Rousseau, Frida Kahlo, Gustav Klimt, Diego Rivera, Georgia O'Keeffe, Marc Chagall, Louise Bourgeois, Horace Pippen, Faith Ringgold and others.
Junior artists, ages 6-12, are invited to participate in week long art classes to explore the Museum's galleries, create amazing art and make new friends. Registration in advance only, in person or by phone. Scholarships for students with financial need are available through the Neely Hunter Palmer Memorial fund; contact Annie Stanley for more information. For dates, cost and weekly themes see schedule.
These intensive one week summer art programs of art and design are geared to offer unique art experiences in a museum setting working with artists Herb Williams (June 12-16) & Dagan Sherman (July 24-28). Each program will provide opportunities for students ages 13-17 to create unique, artist-led work. Selected students will spend the week with Mr. Williams creating an outdoor sculpture made with crayons and wood, along with smaller, individual work. Students chosen to work with Mr. Sherman will learn a variety of printmaking skills inspired by the Andy Warhol exhibition which will be on display. Accepted students will work in a fun and interactive environment while exploring new techniques and developing their own artistic creativity.
Applicants will be chosen by the museum education staff, based on completed applications, teacher recommendations and personal interviews, when needed. All program decisions are confidential and final.
Questions? Contact Annie Stanley 550-9696 ext. 213 or email@example.com
Random Acts of Art are special workshops and classes offered to novice artists wanting to delve into highlighted themes often relating to exhibitions currently on view at the museum. Classes can vary from a large variety of styles and mediums including watercolor, clay, mixed media and sculpture. For ages 16 and up only. Advance registration required. Check out the schedule for upcoming Random Acts of Art workshop!
This program offers a variety of video presentations and local speakers discussing topics geared to provoke the interest of the inquisitive active adult. Enjoy free coffee and snacks while engaging in in-depth conversations. Join us on the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of the month at 10:30am. See schedule for upcoming discussion topics, video presentation and or speakers.
Special Members only yoga classes are held most Wednesday mornings at 8am in the Museum. Enjoy a relaxing 50 minute long experience taught by a certified yoga instructor. Call the Museum to become a member or for more details about this program.
Community Art Days are held monthly at the Museum and out in the community for art lovers of all ages. Activities include hands-on art activities, demonstrations and occasional visits from our community partners and artists. Enjoy this FREE program and check schedule for dates and times!