The FIG Studio is a self-guided, self-exploratory play-to-learn, make-and-take space for young inquisitive minds to imagine, create, and innovate. Children and their guardians/parents are invited to explore an assortment of craft-making materials to paint, color, cut, draw, or sculpt an imaginative work of art. All ages welcome. Included with admission/Members free.
Sept. 1 – 9: My Summer Memory Book
Before autumn leaves, drop by and capture the summer of 2018 by making a “memory” book that you fill with drawings, stories, and more.
Sept. 12 – October 7: Endangered Species Printmaking
Lithography is a printmaking method that can be made by drawing an image on a stone or other firm surface using an oily, wax crayon. After adding ink, a plain sheet of paper is applied to the inked stone and the image is transferred to the paper. Try your hand at lithography by using a clay surface to transfer your drawings of endangered species.
Oct. 10 – 21: Plastic Oceans: Please, No More Plastic Waves!
Aspiring engineers build skills making sculptures with trash that won’t be floating in our oceans.
Oct. 24 – 28: Endangered Species Lion Collages
Learn more about different animals by making a construction paper collage. This week we’ll make lions.
Oct. 31 – Nov. 4: Endangered Species Owl Collages
Learn more about different animals by making a construction paper collage. This week we’ll make owls.