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PREVIEW ITEMS IN THE O WHAT A NIGHT! GALA SILENT AUCTION, presented by Neal Auction Company Bidding opens January 7, 2022!

O What a Night! Gala is Saturday, January 15 and the Silent Auction is officially on preview! We are pleased to present 100+ works of art by regional artists in our O What a Night! Gala Silent Auction, supporting and celebrating the art of the American South. Support the O and the artists, who receive a portion…

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Movement Mondays: Winter Holiday Postcard

Español abajo Share holiday cheer this season by sending a postcard to your loved ones. Supplies Paper, Pencil Instructions Step 1: Search your home for materials to use for your postcard or letter. In addition to paper and a pencil, look for materials you can collage or color with. Be sure to ask a parent…

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O-riginal Art Activities: Wacky Shoes Inspired by George Andrews

Transform an old pair of shoes into a work of art with a bright and color design like George Andrews has done. George Andrews was born in 1911 Plainview, Georgia and died in 1996. George Andrews was a self-taught artist. He was given the nickname, Dot Man because of his unique dot style that he…

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Movement Mondays: Found Object Ball Drop Game

Create your own ball drop game out of found objects! Supplies Cardboard box (shoe box), popsicle sticks, plastic cups, scissors, glue, mini balls. Instructions Step 1: A sturdy base is necessary for this game. Use a cardboard box like a shoe box for the base of your game. With the help of a parent or…

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O-riginal Art Activities: Stacked Perspective Drawing Inspired by Clementine Hunter

Español abajo Create your own super tall drawing of whatever scene you like! Clementine Hunter, Flowing River, circa 1950, Medium Oil on panel Clementine Hunter was born in 1886 near Natchitoches, Louisiana. Hunter spent most of her life working as a physical laborer and housemaid on the Melrose Plantation. In her late fifties, she taught…

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Member December at Ogden Museum Save 15% on all in-store purchases this December!

Member December is back! Throughout the month of December, Ogden Museum Members can a enjoy 15% discount on all in-store purchases at Ogden Museum’s Store! Looking for the perfect gift for a fellow art enthusiast? Ogden Museum’s store has a wonderful array of goods including apparel, prints, art activities, books and novelty goods. Not an Ogden…

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Curated Conversation with RaMell Ross and Scott Matthews

Enjoy this Curated Conversation with artist RaMell Ross and scholar Scott Matthews. The two explore the history of photography in Hale County Alabama from the early 20th century, including careers of Walker Evans and William Christenberry. Matthews and Ross also speak to Ross’ place within the historical context of documentarians of Hale County and the…

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Ogden Museum Announces the Second Time, Second Line Recycling Project presented by Cox Communications

Ogden Museum of Southern Art is pleased to present the Second Time, Second Line Recycling Project, part of their Artists and Sense of Place Residency Program. The project features mixed media artist Jacqueline Ehle-Inglefield working with Young Audience Charter School students to introduce new art making techniques, explore their region and raise awareness about why recycling is important…

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