Adults with early-to-mid-stage memory loss and their care partners enjoy an interactive, guided experience in the Birds in Art galleries followed by hands-on art making inspired by avian themes.
Adults with early-to-mid-stage memory loss and their care partners gather for an interactive, guided experience in Elizabeth Turk’s Tipping Point: Echoes of Extinction exhibition, followed by hands-on art making inspired by observations and conversations.
Art Beyond Sight
Individuals will low vision and blindness explore avian-themed artworks via multisensory experiences with Museum educators. Time in the galleries is followed by guided art making in the Museum’s classroom studio.
During this two-day workshop for teens and adults, Birds in Art artist Sean Russell teaches participants mixed-media techniques inspired by subjects of their choice. Learn image-transfer processes and how to combine drawing, painting, photography, and collage into mixed-media creations on panel. Total fee: $85 for members; $100 for non-members; includes all materials and lunch both days. Scholarships available.