Inside the MFAH Posts tagged #create
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Virtual Art Encounters “ZOE” September 24, 2020
Your favorite collaborative art activity is back—and now it’s virtual! The first project of the fall season features multimedia artist Tyler Deauvea and his character ZOE.
Fall Art Classes for Kids August 28, 2020
Fall art classes for kids are ready and waiting! Register your young artist for classes & workshops—virtual & in-person—at the Glassell School of Art.
Art Activity: Let’s Make Some Noise August 27, 2020
Compare color to music and create your own sound maker! This family-friendly art activity is inspired by the abstract paintings of Stanton Macdonald-Wright.
Let’s Make Art with Words and Colors August 25, 2020
Combine words and colors to create your own masterpiece inspired by Revolutionary, artist Wadsworth Jarrell’s portrait of political activist Angela Davis.
Let’s Make a Drape Painting August 18, 2020
Create your own drape painting, inspired by Carousel Change in the exhibition Soul of a Nation: Art in the Age of Black Power.
Let’s Make a Painting: Inspired by Action August 14, 2020
Create your own work of art inspired by the “action painting” method of artist Jackson Pollock and his work in the MFAH collections.
Summer Art Explorers: Playing with Spheres August 7, 2020
Kids can be MFAH art explorers all summer! Every week brings a different theme with new activities inspired by works of art in the MFAH collections.
At-Home Art Activity: Let’s Make Dots! July 28, 2020
Use tiny dots to create your own Pointillist masterpiece, with inspiration from nature and a French painting in the MFAH collection.
At-Home Art Activity: Making Your Own Chinese Scroll July 16, 2020
Explore Chinese landscape and create your own work of art, inspired by an 18th-century scroll from the MFAH collection of Asian art.
Family Art Activity: Exploring African Beadwork April 12, 2020
Looking for in-home art activities? We have you covered! Check out this family-friendly art-making activity inspired by African beadwork.