See America as you’ve never seen it before through the lense of artists of all backgrounds, styles, and eras. Meet Americans in these artworks ranging from Jewish immigrants, to the Navajo people, to Yankee Doodle himself, and explore some of the landscapes, terrain, and natural wonders that make this land the marvel that it is! If you’re among the first to register, the children in your group can also pick up free materials to make their own custom postcards featuring some of their favorite people, places, and stories!
Register by July 21.
Hop in our very own time machine back to the days when everything was black-and-white! During Week 5 of the Family Arts Festival, your family can explore the Utah of a bygone era through iconic black-and-white photos in the Fields of Labor and Recovery exhibition. What did this place look like during the Great Depression? How did children dress during this time? And how can we know for sure? See, hear, and even TASTE the past in this delightful trip back in time that will entertain and inspire your children (and make them grateful for the conveniences they have now)! Once you’re done, if you’re among the first 175 people registered, each child in your group will get free materials to create their own book of personal stories and memories.
Register by August 4.
Gallery Talks are free, 30 minute activities where our expert curators and educators share insider insights on their favorite artworks and exhibitions. Join them for detailed discussions where you can ask questions and gain deeper appreciation for beloved artists and artworks!
This year, the BYU Museum of Art celebrates 20 years since acquiring Carl Bloch’s remarkable painting, Christ Healing the Sick at Bethesda. From Tuesday through Friday of Education Week, the Museum offers free 20-minute docent-led explorations of the painting starting at 12:15 PM. As capacity is limited, we ask those who wish to join one of these sessions to register in advance by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 801-422-1140 (leave a voicemail with your name, session date, and number of participants).
Have you ever looked up at some of the amazing artworks above you in the MOA and wondered just how they got there? In the final session of the 2021 Family Arts Festival, you and your family can find out as you learn the principles of balance, symmetry, color, lighting, and more! If you’re one of the first 170 people to register, the children in your group will get a free, take-home art kit to put their new knowledge to good useby building a hanging sculpture of their own!
Register by August 18.
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