Curate This! is a program for teens interested in learning more about the museum experience.
I am currently Associate Curator/Educator at the Sabatini Art Gallery. Also, I am a Fiber Sculptor working with paper making, felting, and textile and clothing design. Let me know if I can help you learn more about art and the processes of artmaking!
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A New Day, A New Artist, A New Art Medium This week in Art Club at Lowman Hill the third graders were introduced to the finer art of watercolor. This art medium takes a lighter approach and finer motor skills which the students have been working up to all year. The Master Artist we looked […]
Pink cupcakes and heart-shaped cookies and Valentine’s candies and Valentines……and then After-School Art Club! Too good to be true? No, seriously. Last Thursday just happened to be Valentine’s Day as well as Art Club. Mr. Kerr’s third-graders had a fabulous after-party celebrating African American History Month. We talked about the collage artworks of Romare […]
CURATE THIS! 2013 Teens - Get a hands-on art opportunity! Learn about planning and curating an art exhibit from our art collection. You will work with Sabatini Gallery staff to select, plan and display an art exhibit in the Hirschberg Gallery. You can add this experience to college applications. WHO: 3-7 High School Students from […]
Zentangle is a creative artform where all you need is paper, pencil and pen.
Creativity helps us think outside the box, problem solve, in everyday life situations.
Sabatini Gallery Family Art Day. Take a break from shopping, eating turkey and watching football. Bring Grandpa, Aunt Mary, Cousin George and the kids. Build your own Winter Fantasy artwork or work together as a team! What will you create?
Seams: Like Van Gogh is a community art project that brought people together to experience the art of giving as well as the art of making.
One book may answer questions but it also inspires more questions and
leads to the next story.
Engage. Express. Interact. Learn. Create. Community-based art brings everyone together for a common goal.
From decorative paper cutting to the world of art , one innovative artist, Lotte Reiniger, utilized this ancient craft to create some of the first animated films and has had a lasting influence on the art world.