Van Gogh to Playdough – June: Animals
At Van Gogh to Playdough, art comes to life for young children!
Join us in June as we discuss a watercolor painting by James Tissot depicting the story of Noah’s Ark. Children will learn that traveling in groups is better than traveling alone! Then in the studio, children will have the opportunity an animal (lion, bear, ram, or elephant) face mask.
About Van Gogh to Playdough:
This popular activity, specially designed for children ages 3-5 and their caregivers, will help your child read, sing, play, look, and create together while exploring artistic themes.
It’s free and open to the public, but registration via Eventbrite is required. Registration for Van Gogh to Playdough: Art for Pre-K opens at 10:00 AM on the third Monday of every month for classes held the following month (please register for only one date, as the same program is repeated during the entire month). One adult chaperone is required for every three children.
Please note that the Museum opens at 10:00 AM. If you arrive a few minutes early, please let our Security Guard know that you are here for Van Gogh to Playdough, and he or she will lead you to our waiting area inside the Museum.