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Art in the Making: Ink Drawing

November 16, 2013 - 01:00 pm to 03:00 pm

This is a rewarding experience that can enhance artistic development. It can do so much for a child, and can also add to your own appreciation for art making. This class format was designed for children ages 6–12 accompanied by an adult who’ll actively share in the art experience. This month explore ink drawings in the Art Museum with artist Christian Schmit before inking your own masterpiece in the studio.

 

$10 per pair Art Museum Members, $20 per pair non-members; ($3/$6 for each additional person). Reservations required.

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