NEW ORLEANS (press release) – Schools may be out for kids, but learning and art-making continues! Ogden Museum’s Winter Holiday Art Camp participants will bring their imaginations to life with creative and engaging activities. Kids will craft unique charcoal portraits, miniature gemstone sculptures, cut-out paintings, multimedia collages and unique seasonal craft objects inspired by current exhibits and the jubilee of the season. Each three hour session will also include a 15-30 minute playful movement exercise, ranging from yoga or calisthenics to a dance party or even clowning basics! Projects are fun, inventive and new every day. Don’t miss out!
Registration includes all supplies needed for each activity. After registration, a Zoom link will be emailed to each registrant. The Winter Holiday Art Camp supplies will be available for pick up at Ogden Museum starting Dec. 20. Shipping is available for an additional fee.
Tuesday, Dec. 22: The Art of Giving
Miniature gemstone sculptures inspired by the work of MaryGrace Bernard, winter crafting and yoga
Wednesday, Dec. 23: The Art of Receiving
Portraits in charcoal inspired by the work of Brendon Palmer, winter crafting and calisthenics
Tuesday, Dec. 29: The Art of Celebration
Collage extravaganza inspired by the artists Benny Andrews and Antonnia Zennaro, winter crafting and clowning
Wednesday, Dec. 30: The Art of Gratitude
Cut-out painting inspired by the work of Joey Slaughter, winter crafting and dance party
Space is limited. Register soon!
$45 member/$50 non-member per day
Register for 1, 2, 3 or all 4 days. Register for all four days and save $20 off your total registration fee.