Español abajo Infuse life into a sculpture by recreating it with your own body! Sculpture is an artistic form in which materials are worked into three-dimensional objects. Sculptures take more volume in space compared to two-dimensional objects such as paintings or drawings for example. An enormous variety of media may be used to create a… Read More about Movement Mondays: Living Sculptures
Español abajo Get inspired by nature and create a paper broom sculpture. Using natural wood or antler handles, the Gates family wraps and binds the broomcorn using traditional techniques inspired by Shaker and Appalachian designs. The Gates family practices a technique of binding dating back to the 1790s, using just one nail and pressure to wrap… Read More about O-riginal Art Activities: Found Object Broom Sculpture Inspired by Friendswood Brooms
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. This Curated Conversation features Entwined artist, Ed Williford, and Curator of the Collection, Bradley Sumrall. This work by Ed Williford is up for bid in the O… Read More about Curated Conversation with Ed Williford Featured in "Entwined"
O What a Night!, Ogden Museum of Southern Art’s most important annual fundraiser, is online this year! Support Ogden Museum’s educational mission to share the art and culture of the American South by bidding on art in our live and silent auctions! The silent auction features work by over 100 talented artists, and our live… Read More about O What a Night! Sneak Peek II Bid on Art from Home!
Español abajo Create a still life using objects you find in your home! Supplies Found Objects Instructions Step 1: Look around you. What is moving around you? Try to define the type of movement you see (fast, repetitive, unique…). Now, name five objects that are completely still. Which one is your favorite? What is… Read More about Movement Mondays: Still Life Scavenger Hunt
Español abajo Learn about the history of the Mississippi River while creating an abstract watercolor. Kael Alford’s Bottom of Da Boot documents the South Louisiana communities most affected by land loss due to the oil industry and climate change. The more than 1,500 residents of Point-aux-Chenes and Isle de Jean Charles are a mix of… Read More about O-riginal Art Activities: River Paths Watercolor Inspired by Kael Alford