Español abajo Create a geometric drawing inspired by Will Henry Stevens. Will Henry Stevens was born 1881 in Vevay, Indiana and was inspired by this pastoral setting from an early age. His father was the town’s apothecary, and taught Stevens the basics of chemistry, which he would use later in life to create his own… Read More about O-riginal Art Activities: Geometric Drawing Inspired by Will Henry Stevens
Magnolia Ball is this Saturday, June 12! We are pleased to present 90+ regional artists and businesses in our Magnolia Ball Silent Auction, celebrating the exhibition, Outside In, Improvisations of Space: The Ceramic Work of MaPó Kinnord. Support the O and support Southern artists and businesses by bidding online now through June 13 at 5 p.m.!… Read More about Magnolia Ball Silent Auction is Open! Bidding Available Until June 13 at 5 p.m.
Español abajo Explore your home for objects to create a geometric assemblage. Instructions Step 1: Name some shapes. Which shape is your favorite? Search your home for found objects that are various shapes. Be sure to ask a parent or guardian’s permission to use the objects you find. Step 2: Once you have collected some… Read More about Movement Mondays: Geometric Scavenger Hunt
Ogden Museum of Southern Art’s annual Magnolia Ball is Saturday, June 12! We are thrilled for this year’s online silent auction as we have over 90 items included from regional artists and businesses. Here is a preview of the items up for bid NOW! Sesthasek Boonchai is a creative nomad whose work runs the gamut… Read More about Magnolia Ball Silent Auction Preview Bidding Now Open!
Español abajo Inspired by Horton Humble’s Scattered Sight, illustrate your inner thoughts as an abstract self-portrait. Horton Humble is a member of Level Artist Collective, and a native son of New Orleans. Humble grew up primarily in the Sixth Ward – popularly known today as the Faubourg Tremé. Horton’s work is greatly influenced by his… Read More about O-riginal Art Activities: Abstract Portrait Inspired by Horton Humble
Ogden Museum of Southern Art extended its hours on Friday, May 28 to celebrate the closing of two incredible exhibitions coordinated by the Education Department, Coming of Age: An Exhibition by Ogden Museum Teen Interns and The Guardian of the Wetlands: Works by John Taylor. Guests enjoyed music by DJ Heelturn and a first look at… Read More about Extended Hours at the O! Exhibition Closings + Magnolia Ball’s Silent Auction Preview