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Saturday Family Art Workshop: Compassion for Nature
Teacher(s): Jessie Novak
July 20, 2019
11AM-12: 30 PM
Missoula Art Museum - Spacer

Saturday Family FREE Workshops

11AM-12: 30 PM


Compassion for Nature

Jessie Novak

Have you ever thought about how humans impact nature? Inspired by Clarice Dreyer’s sculpture, Crabapple Ridge, on view this summer in our Art Park, we will create 3-D, monochromatic, sculptures from recycled materials and objects found in nature. Inspiration will come from our favorite things to do in nature and ways we can enjoy nature without harming it.

CIVICKIDS connection: Compassion

The whole family is invited to make art together in these artist-led, free workshops. Please arrive a few minutes early to ensure a spot. Children under seven should be accompanied by an adult. All materials provided—just bring an open and creative mind. Throughout the summer, MAM’s Saturday Family Workshops will collaborate with the CIVICKIDS initiative.

CIVICKIDS: Make Art. Make A Difference.

This is a year-long series of exhibitions, community events, and digital art calls hosted by Children's Museum of the Arts in New York City. Rooted in the belief that art builds empathy, understanding, and respect for others, CIVICKIDS aims to foster civic engagement and shared community pride through art making. Each month, CMA will issue a digital art-making challenge based on themes of civic engagement including environmentalism, identity, equity, leadership, sustainability, kindness, and freedom. Partnering institutions are invited to share photos of their audiences completing the digital challenge with #CMACIVICKIDS. The photos will be added to our online exhibition at cmany.org/civickids.

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