KATONAH, N.Y. -- The Katonah Museum of Art has released its schedule of "drop-in" art classes for kids during the breaks in school for the holidays.
The classes are for children of all ages, but kids under the age of 6 must have parents or guardians remain with them during the class. Parents or guardians of children 7 years and older must remain in the museum.
Adults pay the regular $10 museum admission, the cost for participating children is $3 for members and $6 for non-members.
All classes will be held from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m.
Below is the list of dates and classes:
Friday, Nov. 29: Colorful Collage Faces: Using bright colored paper and fun scissors, children will create collaged faces that are unique and playful.
Tuesday, Dec. 24 : Portrait Drawing: Children will use special drawing materials to explore the elements of a face through drawing. From proportion to detail and expression, children will learn a few new drawing skills, and come away with a special portrait drawing.
Thursday, Dec. 26: Print an Expressive Face: Create abstract faces with foam shapes; roll on some fun colored ink, and print onto to assorted papers. Children will come away with multiple printed faces!
Friday, Dec. 27: Painted Portraits: Join us to draw and paint portraits with watercolor materials that blend and mix in beautiful ways.
Tuesday, Dec. 31: Construct an unusual head: Assorted materials of all kinds will be available to build and assemble outrageous and unexpected heads. Try bottle caps for eyes, packaging material for hair, or cardboard scraps for noses; what kind of head can you create?
The Katonah Museum of Art is at 134 Jay St., Route 22 Katonah. Visit the museum website for more information.
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