SJIMA is excited to offer Family Art Days this summer. Children and families create fun-tastic works with local artists at the San Juan Islands Museum of Art. Family Arts Days are a summertime island tradition, where local artists teach island crafts in a fresh outdoor setting.
Time: 12 p.m. to 4 p.m. (workshops will be held in shifts)
Location: SJIMA 540 Spring Street, Friday Harbor, WA 98250
Workshops will be held in the orchard next to the parking lot of the museum
Follow the balloons!
Cost: free (donations appreciated)
Materials: materials will be provided for captivating, hands-on projects, resulting in colorful creations to take home. Many of the projects relate to the current First Nation exhibitions at SJIMA throughout the summer.
**Children must be accompanied by their parents!
Questions: Contact: 360-472-0168 or 378-4961 or email@example.com (Karen Woldtvedt)
July 9 Mask-making
July 16 Longhouse models in 3-D
July 23 Dream Catchers
July 30 Create your own totem poles
August 6 Paper-making with natural materials
August 13 Draw and paint: The Legend of Raven
August 20 Make and decorate a toy
August 27 Sun masks and solar ovens
Guest artists are Lana Hickman, Alice Hibberd and Amy Plant, all experienced classroom teachers.
Lana Hickman is a teaching artist residing on Orcas Island. She has taught arts since 1996 in YMCA in Florida on Orcas working for the Children’s Foundation, the Funhouse Commons, Orcas Island Parks and Recreation, and most recently for the Orcas Island School District.
Alice Hibberd is a SJI Teaching Artist with over 30 years of experience as an educator, supporting youth to be their greatest selves through exploration of the arts.
While at the museum visit EMERGENCE First Nation Legendary & Emerging Artists Thursday-Monday 11-6. For more information call 360-370-5050 or go to www.sjima.org
Previous Family Art Days