Shawnee—Amazing art adventures are available for kids ages 3-13 this July at the Mabee-Gerrer Museum of Art!

For children ages 5-13, Creative Arts Camps draw inspiration from the museum’s collections, taking a closer look at how incredible art is created. July 9-13, students work with artist Alisha Weston to learn how to create their favorite cartoon characters and learn the basics of classic frame-by-frame animation.  July 16-20, artist Susan Beth Wilhelm gives students an in-depth experience using watercolor painting—teaching them layering, masking, resist, salt blooms, and more.  July 23-27, students create all kinds of mosaics from traditional tile mosaics to those created from unexpected materials with artist Debra Christian.  Learn more at www.mgmoa.org/camp.

For tiny tots, Primary Partners classes enable children ages 3-6 (with the help of an adult partner) to explore the galleries, make art, and enjoy a story.  On July 30, Lynn Pollei will guide students and their partners in creating mixed media camels, following a gallery reading of How the Camel Got its Hump. Learn more at www.mgmoa.org/partners.

Registration is required for all camps and classes.  Discounts are offered for members. Scholarships are available for students receiving free/reduced lunches (or other state assistance).

The Mabee-Gerrer Museum of Art is an independent non-profit organization that is supported in part by Allied Arts, Oklahoma Arts Council, Art Works, and many generous donors.  This funding ensures that all museum classes and programs are offered at an affordable rate to benefit our community.    For additional information or to register for classes, please visit www.mgmoa.org/classes or call 405-878-5605.  Space is limited.  The Mabee-Gerrer Museum of Art is located at 1900 W. MacArthur, Shawnee, on the St. Gregory’s campus.