Looking for something to do? Come to the Ogden Museum of Southern Art and play Bingo! This game is fun for all ages and encourages participants to explore art on view at the O!
Step 1: Explore the Museum to find examples of the artwork listed.
Step 2: Once you’ve found an example, use your phone to take a picture or write the title of each piece in the corresponding square.
Step 3: Find 5 examples in a row to win a prize!
Step 4: Post your images to social media and tag @ogdenmuseum.
Step 5: When all have been found, bring your photos or bingo card to the front desk to redeem your prize!
Abstract art – uses lines, shapes, and color to create an image that does not reference something in real life.
Collages – use a technique involving cut or torn fabric or paper and glue.
Kinetic art – is art that moves.
Landscapes – depict the land, nature, or outside.
Paintings – are made on a surface such as canvas or wood with oil or acrylic pigment; usually 2D
Photographs – are made by light falling on a light-sensitive surface, either photographic film or another device.
Portraits – depict a person.
Sculptures – are made from materials such as glass, wood, clay, metal that is 3D
Still Life – is art that includes objects that don’t move.
Vernacular art – is created outside of the mainstream art world and art institutions. It is specific to the region or culture in which it was created
Watercolors – use paint that is comprised of color pigments suspended in water.Click to Download