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Children’s Art Classes at the Plumbing Museum

The Plumbing Museum is offering studio art lessons for home schooled children in our community. Designed as an outreach project of the Manoog Family Artist Residency, the lessons will give students an opportunity to use materials and processes that are not available in the home or school setting. Art lessons will include experimenting with painting, drawing, and collage using different art mediums such as acrylic paints, watercolor, pastels, and papier mâché.

Classes focus specifically on art skills and concepts suitable for 7-12 year olds.

No painting or drawing experience necessary.

CLASS SCHEDULE

“Monet Pond”

Thursday, April 19, 10-11:15 am 

The April lesson is inspired by Claude Monet’s water lilies. Students will see examples of Monet’s lily pond paintings and learn how to create their own water lily pond collage using acrylic paints and everyday art supplies.

$20 per child.

All art materials included.

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“Spring Flowers” 

Thursday, May 10, 10-11:15am

In this class students will learn about Georgia O’Keeffe flower series and learn to create a larger than size flower painting on canvas.  Live flower examples will be provided. Students will sharpen their drawing and observational skills in this class.

$20 per child.

All art materials included.

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For questions about the classes, please email info@theplumbingmuseum.org or call 617.926.2111