Drop in Saturdays between 1 p.m. and 4 p.m. to create all kinds of art and science
$6/child, $10 for an adult and child together. Kids under 8 must be with a paying,
Members of the Randall Museum Friends and Arts Card holders receive a 2-for-1 discount.
Sign up at the museum's front desk to participate; the last sign-ups are taken at 3:30.
June 21 - If you were to make a funny face with clay, what would it look like? Find out as your create an original sculpted face.
June 28 - Design and build a fancy miniature car with wheels that roll!
July 5 - Explore abstract composition as you make a colorful collage with beautiful paper.
July 12 - Use a surprising recycled material to design and make an artistic and creative costume or piece of clothing.
July 19 - Zentangle is an easy method of creating beautiful images from repetitive patterns. Join us for a relaxing afternoon of Zentangle bookmark making!
July 26 - Create a beautiful and unique mounted dried flower arrangement that will brighten up your home all year long.
August 2 - Mandala is Sanskrit for "circle" or "completion" and is recognized for its deep spiritual meaning and representation of wholeness. Come play with us as we create a temporary, large-scale group mandala using a variety of satisfying materials.
August 9 - Quilling, otherwise known as paper curling, has a long, rich history. Try your hand at this technique as you make a beautiful piece of art.
August 16 - Construct your own animal sculpture from our abundant wood scrap supply.
August 23 - Make a fairy, wizard, gnome, leprechaun or something from your imagination in the whimsy doll workshop.
August 30 - Explore complementary colors and color blending as you create amazing crayon resist paintings.
September 6 - Join us for an afternoon of high fashion as you design and create a stylish hat.
September 13 - No Drop-in Art. Party For The Parks!
September 20 - Using an easy and inventive method, cut and loop together a leather chain bracelet.
September 27 - Experience the magic of paper marbling as you make marbled greeting cards using shaving cream and liquid watercolor.