San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Expand your child’s imagination with a fun, creative art class inspired by local artist BK Adams, whose work will be on display in the sculpture garden beginning April 1. Children will work together with artist B.K. Adams to create a splatter painted canvas, then they will each take a piece of the canvas home and will also become works of art themselves. Children should wear clothing that can be painted on. After completing the sculptures, kids will splatter paint on their clothes reminiscent of Adams’ work. Space is limited, registration a week in advance is strongly recommended. Fee is $10. You may pay fee at the event with cash and check only.
When & Where
American University Museum, 202-885-1300
Housed in the dynamic and multidisciplinary Katzen Arts Center, the American University Museum builds its programming on the strengths of a great college and great university. We focus on international art because American University has a global commitment. We show political art because the university is committed to human rights, social justice, and political engagement. We support the artists in our community because the university takes an active and responsible role in the formation of our contemporary art and culture.
We present exhibitions that mirror American University’s aspirations to be the premier Washington-based, global university. Our programming puts the best art of our region in a national and international context. Our collections enable us to present the art history of Washington, while our Kunsthalle attitude brings the most provocative art of our time to our place.