- Free general admission
- 11150 East Boulevard
Art together is about families making, sharing, and having fun together in the galleries and classroom. Each workshop is a unique hands-on experience that links art making to one of our special exhibitions. Artworks inspire exploration of a wide variety of art techniques and materials. Whether you attend one workshop or participate in the whole series, we encourage you and your family to join ours and make Art Together.
Save the date for our book-making workshop on Sunday, August 16.
Encaustic painting, also known as molten wax painting, is the focus of this workshop. Melted wax and pigments are combined to create layers of color in a free and spontaneous way. The exhibition, Monotypes: Painterly Prints, is our starting point for trying new techniques and experimenting with color and shape.
The special exhibition, Painting the Modern Garden: Monet to Matisse, will be our inspiration for this introductory acrylic painting workshop. Following the examples of modern masters, we’ll learn the basics of color mixing and painting techniques.
Hands on, all the way - families will build their own clay vessels inspired by pieces from our Collection. We’ll learn slab-building and glazing techniques.