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Summer Art Workshop at the Haggin Museum
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Summer Art Workshop at the Haggin Museum

July offers two sessions, one week each - kids ages 6-12

Looking for a fun and enriching summer activity for the kids? Join us at the Haggin Museum for two sessions of art fun with textiles, wire, string, and rope at STRINGS & THINGS. Each one week session will feature different activities and projects. The projects will include shibori (Japanese tied fabric dyeing), knotting and weaving, wire sculpture, string art, and fiber exploration of many kinds.

The July Summer Art Workshops are a unique hands-on studio and gallery experience for young artists ages 6–12. “Working with young artists as they learn new skills, handle materials and fire up their imaginations never gets old,” said Lisa Cooperman, curator of education at the Haggin Museum. “You can see them expanding their minds while having a great time.”

It’s sure to be a creative and messy experience, so participants are to bring an old oversized shirt that will serve as their own art smock. Workshops are held in the Museum’s Malloy Education Center. They are fully staffed and supervised and will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis. Sign up for both and make it a two-week experience! To access registration forms, visit our website (hagginmuseum.org), call (209) 940-6332, email ([email protected]) or pick one up in the museum. There is a 10% discount for siblings registered together.

Session I

July 12 – 15 Tuesday – Friday 2:00 – 4:00 p.m. (Ages 6-12) Haggin Members $55 per week/Non-members $65

Session 2

July 19 – 22 Tuesday – Friday 2:00 – 4:00 p.m. (Ages 6-12) Haggin Members $55 per week/Non-members $65

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