These past few Saturdays, in a special blog series, we’ve been sharing works of art from our staff’s personal art collections. Now that we’ve shared some of our treasured works, we are taking a look at the collections of our members! Our members, like us, love Southern art, so we’re excited to see what they… Read More about Member Collections: Amanda Credeur and Stephen Roques Sharing works by James Henderson, Sarah House and Emilie Rhys
Español abajo Send your teacher a message of gratitude this week for Teacher Appreciation Week. Supplies Paper, Pencil, Markers Instructions Step 1: Show your appreciation for your teacher during Teacher Appreciation Week. In this time of social distancing, send a virtual hug, high five or emoji. Step 2: Decide what image you want to draw…. Read More about O-riginal Art Activities: Teacher Appreciation Week
Ogden Museum continues Curated Conversations, our popular series of intimate talks, now online! Curated Conversations bring curators and artists together to discuss art, exchange ideas and explore exhibitions. Deepen your understanding of Ogden Museum exhibitions and get to know our curatorial team at the same time! This Curated Conversation is a discussion on art and… Read More about Curated Conversation: Discussing Southern Photography With Richard McCabe and L. Kasimu Harris
Do you find yourself spending a great deal of time on Zoom these days? We invite you to mix things up and use an Ogden Museum permanent collection work as your Zoom background! We’ve put together a selection of backgrounds for you to choose from. Help your colleagues and friends to, as we say, “See… Read More about Try Ogden Museum Zoom Backgrounds Featuring Permanent Collection Works!
In part two of our Southern Films blog series, we are taking a closer look at movies filmed in the American South from the 80s to present day. From kitschy, erotic horror movie, “Cat People” (1982), to Cannes Palme d’Or winner, “Paris, Texas” (1984), there’s something in this list for every kind of cinephile. “Paris, Texas” by… Read More about Southern Films You Can Watch at Home Part II
Español abajo Students will create a still life set-up in their home with a few favorite objects. They will then create a rough sketch of the still life and fill in the drawing with collage. Students will learn about arranging objects in space, drawing large shapes, cutting out fabric and paper materials and gluing scraps… Read More about Ogden Museum Online Lessons For the Classroom: Interior with Cat | Benny Andrews Grades 2-5