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Spring Break for Art

Three Days of Artmaking for Families

Most suitable for children aged 2-12 and their adult companions, but teens may attend as well!

Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday,  April 23, 24, 25
2  timed sessions per day:

  • Session 1: 11 am-12:30 pm
  • Session 2: 1-2:30 pm

Location: The Manes Art and Education Center

  • $10 | children and member adults*
  • $20 | non-member adults

Prices include Museum admission. *Member pricing applies to Dual / Family, Senior Couple Memberships and above. Click here to become a member.

Three days of family art-making inspired by the art on view in the Museum’s exhibition Urban Art Evolution. A different project will be offered each day encouraging creative exploration by children and their adult companions. Create with us for 1, 2, or all 3 days!

  • Tuesday, April 23 – Opening Doors! Using several examples of graffiti art from the Museum’s exhibition for inspiration, create your own building facade to decorate, tag, and personalize. Each building will include a moveable door for an added element of surprise.
  • Wednesday, April 24 – Mechanical Masterpiece! Create your own 3D, kinetic (moveable) robot sculpture inspired by the work of Rodney Alan Greenblat.
  • Thursday, April 25 – Crossing Lines! Make a textural name collage using string, yarn, and ribbon, inspired by the work of several graffiti artists who utilized line in their creations.

While here, see our current exhibit, walk our nature trails and Sculpture Garden, and visit the Millstone Reference Library in the Manes Center.

Exhibition hours: 11 am- 4:45 pm

Nature Trails and Sculpture Garden hours: 9 am- Dusk

Millstone Reference Library in the Manes Center: Open during artmaking sessions

Children must be accompanied by an adult caregiver 18 years or older. Pre-registration is required for this event.

For inquiries about this program, please email artclasses@nassaumuseum.org

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