Second SundaysGreg Windle
is a free program for families that takes place each month at the Museum. Visitors are invited to take a tour of a featured gallery with a Museum educator and participate in an exhibit-based art making activity, often with the help of a visiting artist. Explore the Museum galleries, make meaningful connections to the artwork and build cool creations to take home. Each month we can become sculptors, filmmakers, photographers, animators, dancers and more with projects that are cool enough for kids and still intriguing for older ages.
Museum is open on the Second Sunday of the month from 1 – 5 p.m.
Second Sundays tours and art making takes place from 2 – 4 p.m.
February 12 from 2 – 4 pm
This month Deb Sementelli will help visitors design their own jewelry from computer parts, recycled plastics and wire. Find inspiration in the Kids as Curators exhibit created by middle school students at Holy Family, Wayne School and Erie Day School. This year’s exhibit includes robotic masks, murals, and a life-sized knight with a suit of armor made from hard drives. Drill, smash, and unwind defunct electronics to construct your own stylish brooches, necklaces and key chains.
March 12 from 2 – 4 pm
On March 12 visitors will reflect on the important environmental issues highlighted in the traveling quilt show Earth Stories. Jennifer Dennehy will lead visitors in a dance exercise and then invite them to explore different elements of dance (pathway, direction, energy, size, etc.) inside projections of selected artworks from the exhibit.
For more information about the educational programs at the Museum, contact Education Coordinator Ally Thomas or call 814.459.5477
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