Museum

Programs for Adults

ART WORKSHOPS at UAMN
Explore the theme of your choice and experiment with color, texture and material. No previous experience necessary.
Enjoy dessert and hot drinks. See collections. Create your own works of art with professional instruction.

POLYMER CLAY ORNAMENTS
This year, the U.S. Capitol Christmas tree is coming from Alaska's Chugach National Forest. Alaskan artists have created ornament designs and you too can contribute an ornament to adorn the tree! Join artist Annie Duffy to create a polymer clay raven feather to send to D.C. and an ornament to keep yourself. Presented in partnership with Alaska Geographic.

Instructor: Annie Duffy, mixed media artist
When: Monday, September 21 and Wednesday, September 23, 5-7pm
Where: UA Museum of the North Creativity Lab
Cost: $100 (non-members) / $90 (members)*
  

*Includes art instruction, superior art materials, and light refreshments.
For a better experience, group size is limited to 15 participants.

This workshop is open! Register
here.
Image courtesy of Capitol Christmas Tree

Sign up for a workshop for kids and adults here.


Past Offerings

NATURALIST PRINTMAKING

Inspired by the museum’s natural history collections, explore naturalist drawings and make your own copper plate print.

Instructor: Karinna Gomez, Curatorial Assistant of Fine Arts, UAMN
When: Monday, August 10 and Wednesday, August 12, 6-8pm
Where: UA Museum of the North Creativity Lab
Cost: $100 (non-members) / $90 (members)* 

*Includes art instructor, superior art materials, light refreshments and access to the museum.
For a better experience, group size is limited to 10 participants.

ABSTRACT COLLAGE
Explore abstract art through different techniques inspired by the museum's special exhibit: VOGEL 50x50.
Create your own collage on wood panels an try color wash painting.


Instructor: Mareca Guthrie, Curator of Fine Arts, UAMN
When: Monday, July 27 and Wednesday, July 29, 6-8pm
Where: UA Museum of the North Creativity Lab
Cost: $100 (non-members) / $90 (members)*    

Images: JA#25, S.Antonakos (left. Indianapolis Museum of Art, 2008.281) ; Specimens & copperplate by K.Gomez.


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