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Van Gogh to Playdough at Home

The favorite program for toddlers ages 3-5 is now available online! Watch and participate with us in miniature versions of the MOA’s Van Gogh to Playdough program with your little art lovers. Find different programs below and watch these short episodes to learn, explore, move, play, and create! Activities and supplies can be found at home. Showcase your participation using #byumoa or #moafromhome

Virtual Van Gogh to Playdough: A Studio of Her Own: Women in the Collection

Find each segment of this Van Gogh to Playdough program below. If you prefer to watch all segments together, click here.

Ann Taylor, "Celerity," 1992, print

Ann Taylor (b.1941), Celerity, 1982, lithograph, 23 x 23 inches. Brigham Young University Museum of Art.

“How Do We Move Our Feet?” activity by Jane Richards

Minerva Teichert "Washday on the Plains"

Minerva Teichert (1888-1976), Washday on the Plains, 1938, oil on canvas, 42 x94 1/2 inches. Brigham Young University Museum of Art, gift of the Teichert Family Collection, 1997.

“How Do We Move Our Hands?” activity by Jaylee Johnson

Jeanne Leighton-Lundberg Clarke, "Trifloria," c.1981, painting

Jeanne Leighton-Lundberg Clarke (1925-2014), Trifloria, 1981, oil on canvas, 54 x 48 1/2 inches. Brigham Young University Museum of Art, 1981.

“How Do We Move Our Eyes?” activity by Bethany Wells

Virtual Van Gogh to Playdough: John Henri Moser

storybook

The Legend of the Bluebonnet (Abridged)
Tomie de Paola

Read by Madeline Rands

John Henri Moser, Bluebonnets

John Henri Moser (1876-1951), Bluebonnets, 1928, oil on board. Sharron Brim Collection.

“How Does a Plant Grow?” activity by Jane Richards

John Henri Moser, Quaking Aspens Old Homestead

John Henri Moser (1876-1951), Quaking Aspens, Old Homestead, 1930, oil on canvas on board. Sharron Brim Collection.

“Tree Pose” activity by Bethany Wells

John Henri Moser, Edwin Bridge

John Henri Moser (1876-1951), The Edwin Bridge, 1917, oil on canvas. Utah Division of Arts and Museums Fine Arts Collection.

“Building Bridges” activity by Jaylee Johnson

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