Senior Sampler: Between the PagesTuesday, August 14 | 1:30 pm SOLD OUT
Meet in West Building Lobby
$15 Members (each session); $80 (all six sessions)
$20 Nonmembers (each session); $110 (all six sessions)
How do the images, text, layout, and format of a book work together to tell a story? See work by Ashley Bryan, whose books retell African folktales for young audiences, and create your own handmade book.
Even if you’ve never picked up a paintbrush, now’s your chance to have fun engaging with art while taking a closer look at works in the Museum’s collection. Each session offers an informal gallery discussion paired with a studio experience. Enhance your appreciation of art and try your hand at artists’ techniques and materials in a relaxed atmosphere. Supplies provided. Register online or call the Museum Box Office (919) 715-5923.
Ashley Bryan, Leopard, 1998, from Why Leopard Has Spots: Dan Stories from Liberia (Fulcrum Publishing, 1999), linoleum print, 8 x 5 ½ in., Courtesy of the artist, © 1999 Ashley Bryan
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