Mommy and Me! (and Daddies too!)
Age: 3-4 years old
Free with family membership, $5 for non-members
Thursday, February 5: Follow the Line
Thursday, March 5:Color Connection
Thursday, April 2: Flying Patterns
Saturday Art Adventures
Age: 5-7 years old
Free with family membership, $10 for non-members
10 - 11:30 a.m.
Saturday, January 24: Break Out!
After exploring the Imaginary Botanicals of Kathleen Elliot, you will create your own mixed media sculpture illustrating "What if?" art.
Saturday, February 14 or 28: Let's Talk Klimt
Joseph Bradley's metal leaf paintings will lead us to the discovery of Art Nouveau artists and the creation of metallic-toned masterpieces.
Saturday, March 14 or 28: My Inner Garden
After exploring the vibrant paintings of Laurie Blum, you will learn how to express feelings through the visual language of form and color.
Saturday, April 11 or 25: Espresso Paintings
Explore the art if Reynier Llanes and learn how to paint with espresso coffee.
Age: 8-12 years old
Free with family membership, $10 for non-members
Saturday, January 24: Reach Out
Discover the meaning behind the sculptures in Kathleen Elliot: Imaginary Botanicals and then create your own 3D interpretations.
Saturday, February 14 or 28: Art Noveau
Explore the metal leaf paintings of Joseph Bradley, learn his techniques and create your own Art Noveau-style paintings.
Saturday, March 14 or 28: Beneath the Surface
Inspired by exhibiting artist, Charles Williams, you will create a self-discovery piece that your reveals your individuality.
Saturday, April 11 or 25: Express Your Impression
One a journey through Voices of the Island, you will discover expressionist techniques and apply them to your own art.
Pre-registration is required for all KidsArt classes. Please contact Arielle at 843.238.2510 or firstname.lastname@example.org
KidsArt classes are generously sponsored by:
Tami Springs Brooks in Thanksgiving for her children Christi, Jerrett, Boni Belle and her grandson Landon
Girl Scout KidsArt
These classes are specifically designed for Girl Scouts to work towards earning their patches! Each class includes a tour of the Museum, teaching Museum etiquette and an art project in the studio. Choose which project fits best to earn the badge you need. Pre-registration is required. Contact Arielle to register, 843.238.2510 or email@example.com. Each class has a fee of $10 and meets 10 - 11:30 a.m.
Saturday, January 17: Calling All Artists
Using recycled materials, you will create sculptures representing the unhealthy state of our food today.
Saturday, February 21: Experiment Time
Journey through the galleries to discover a variety of mediums and techniques used by artists and apply them to your own creations.
Saturday, March 21: Find Your Rhythm
Explore the paintings of Charles Williams and take a closer look at how form and color can express feelings and emotions.
Saturday, April 18: Espresso Expressions
The monochromatic coffee paintings of Reynier Llanes will teach us the element of value and how to illustrate it using coffee.
Docent tours for school groups are provided at no charge. Contact the Museum to schedule at least two weeks in advance.
Let images like those in student art books come alive as they view actual artwork hanging on the walls of our galleries. Contact our Children's Education Coordinator for help planning the perfect class outing.
ArtTrunks are available for loan to schools and community groups at no cost. There are currently six different ArtTrunks available for loan, for a maximum of two weeks. The ArtTrunks were designed to complement visual arts exhibitions at the Art Museum. Each has materials for most grade levels and includes: posters, books, audiocassettes, CDs, videos and teacher's resource guide. These resources are designed to strengthen students' appreciation of art, prepare students for a Museum visit, and tie visual art into the teaching of various subject areas. To request an ArtTrunk, contact Arielle Fatuova via email or at (843) 238-2510.
The nine ArtTrunks available include: Ansel Adams: Masterworks, John James Audubon: American Artist and Naturalist, Confederate Currency: The Color of Money, The Survey of Gee's Bend Quilts, Jasper Johns: 41 Years of Prints, The Fabric of Jazz, Kimono: Art, Fashion and Society, The Last Album: Eyes from the Ashes of Auschwitz-Birkenau and Jonathan Green.
KidsArt Summer Programs are offered to children ages 5 through 7 and 8 through 12. Explore our summer exhibit with guided discovery and create artwork inspired by what you saw. Special sessions offered to summer groups, please call for more details.
Following the Art Museum's successful summer program format, KidsArt workshops are designed for community group visits and for individual participants. As in the past, these exciting, enriching and creative programs will take place in the Museum's bright and inviting studio. Exhibit tours and an introduction to Museum etiquette are included with stimulating art activities.
Pre-registration is required to all KidsArt classes. Call Arielle at 843.238.2510 to register.
Classes for individuals
$45 members and $55 for non-members (includes daily instruction, art supplies and a snack)
Summer KidsArt classes fill up quickly and may already be at capacity. If this happens please put your name on the wait list or put a group together and schedule a date for one of the group activities.
Classes for Groups
Free of charge. Classes are for children aged 5 - 12 years old.
Summer classes are sponsored by: