Today, we’ll read an awesome book called Milo’s Museum by Zetta Elliott and make our own museum at home.
Let’s make a paper mache bowl for your home! Today, we’ll read a book called Home is a Window by Stephanie Ledyard and make a paper mache bowl.
Welcome to week 4 of Summer Shake Up! This is our final week making art together but we are going to have lot of fun making art together. Today, we’ll read a poem by Maya Angelou and make a watercolor resist drawing inspired by Jean-Michel Basquiat.
Welcome to the end of another week of making together. Today, we’re going to close our eyes and imagine a brand new shape—and then we’re going to create that shape! By the end of the day, you’ll have a new puppet friend to spend the weekend with.
Today, we will read a story called Rain School, and, just like the children in the story, we will build our own school! But instead of mud and straw, we will use whatever we can find in our recycling bins.
Today, we’re going to do what our friend Annabelle, from the story we read yesterday (Extra Yarn) does: make clothes for inanimate objects! Using paper, tape, and lots of color, we’ll turn ordinary things from around our house into bright and silly works of art.
Hi artists! Welcome back to another week of summer shakeup. Today, we will read a story called Extra Yarn, and practice drawing all types lines. And, as you’ll see, we’ll make a drawing using one very special, very silly type of line!
For our final project of this week, we’ll read a book by Dr. Seuss called My Many Colored Days. Then we’ll make explore colors in connection to feelings to create a drawing of our day in colors.
Hi artists! Today, we are going to continue making prints, but today instead of using things found in nature, we’ll be using a straw to make bubble prints! This project is inspired by the book Straw, by Amy Krouse Rosenthal and Scott Magoon.
Today, we are going to read a book called Finding Wild, by Megan Wagner Lloyd, and then we’ll go outside and explore the wild of our front yard, back yards and neighborhoods to collect materials to make a print.
Welcome back to another great week of Camp Summer Shake Up with Marfa Studio of Arts! Today we'll read "Eraser" by Anna Kang and then do some drawing using an eraser of our own.
For the last day of this week’s camp, we will keep on learning about colors—specifically, the color wheel! Today, we will read The Teeny Tiny Mouse, and make a color wheel out of colorful objects that we collect inside our own houses.
Hello artists! Today, we will read the story Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See? And then we will go on a fun color hunt in nature, making drawings along the way!
Welcome back, artists! Today, we will remember Swimmy, the story we read yesterday, and create a collage with paper, watercolors, and glue. We will explore what can happen when we use lots of little things to create a bigger thing!
Welcome to the first day of Summer Shakeup with Marfa Studio of Arts. Today, we will read a beautiful story called Swimmy, by Leo Leonni, and go for an outdoor adventure to find (and then come home and draw) something that makes us happy.