Tag Archives: art education

Cherishing the Small Moments

Posted on November 17, 2021
Even though my new position and relocation to the area has kept me quite busy, I'm still taking time to appreciate those moments that bring smiles to our team around the Museum and classroom.

Feeling the Classroom Energy

Posted on October 13, 2021
The process of hands-on learning and art making with an artist like Tom Hill is an experience that leaves a huge impact on the minds of young creators.

Perfection vs. Plein-Air Painting

Posted on June 26, 2013
“I used to think the art I made had to be perfect,” said preteen Hayley on Monday, the first day of plein-air painting workshops in the Woodson Art Museum’s sculpture garden. “I try not to think that now,” she said, dabbing a brush into oil paint on her palette. “It’s... Read More