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Art Night Out - Pointillist Pictures (Studio 1)
On 12/11/2018

Art Night Out: Pointillist Pictures with Damon DeWitt

Tuesday, December 11 | 6-8:30 pm
Using high contrast photographs as a source, we’ll create pointillist drawings. This drawing and painting technique involves the buildup of small dots in concentrated areas to create value and define an image. Participants may bring a photograph as a source to work from.
Family Workshop: Artful Angels (Studio 1)
On 12/11/2018

Family Workshop: Artful Angels
December 8, 2018 @ 1:00pm to 3:00pm

Discover how to create art that comes from the heART by looking at the artwork in Purvis Young and His Angels. Spread your wings in the studio by designing angelic masterpieces using mixed media.

$25 per Family
Members receive a 10% members discount. The Discount Will Be Reflected in the cart.
Studio One - Felted Ornaments (Studio 1)
On 12/14/2018

Friday, December 14 - Felt Ornaments with Catherine Cross

Create felted fabric ornaments that make a statement as part of your holiday decor. We'll embelish our creations in the style of Nick Cave!
ALL 7 DAYS OF WINTER ART CAMP GRADES 1-4 (Studio 2)
On 12/21/2018


Purchase all 7 Days of Winter Art Camp and enjoy a discounted rate. Members will see their discounted price in the cart.

WINTER ART CAMP 2018-2019

Join us for a fun-filled experience of visual exploration! Discover the artwork of Nick Cave by exploring the colors, sounds, shapes, and textures in Nick Cave: Feat. Then, focus on the collection of unique angels by Miami artist, Purvis Young. Be inspired by both artists to create artwork using found objects, scraps, cardboard, paint, and more! Two sessions are available, one for elementary school students in grades 1-4 and another for middle school students in grades 5-8

Dates:
December 21, 26-28, 2018 and January 2-4, 2019

December 21: Angels Around Us
Create your own artistic angels using wood, boards, buttons, beads, paint, pipe cleaners, and more! Learn how to draw, paint, and make both 2D and 3D masterpieces. Angels large and small, we will explore them all!

December 26: The Art of Nick Cave
Explore the work of artist Nick Cave by creating assemblage art using found objects combined with textile techniques such as, sewing, weaving, and dyeing. Learn how science and art can be used together to create extraordinary masterpieces!

December 27: Soundsuit Creation Nation!
Create your own Soundsuit using materials that make noise with movement! This day of camp will be filled with lots of creativity, music, movement, puppet shows, and a parade in the galleries!

December 28: Happy New Year!
Celebrate your creativity and the artwork at OMA! Enjoy one of the last days of the year sketching, painting, drawing, making clay creations, and more!! You’ll be ready to ring in the New Year with your masterpieces!

January 2: Artsy Angels
Create vibrant artsy angels using pencils and paints! Explore the color wheel and learn about the elements of art, as you make larger than life artwork in the style of Florida artist Purvis Young.

January 3: Art Books
Learn simple bookbinding techniques, as well as storytelling tips, to create a portable book. Draw, paint, and print wonderful works of art to fill up the pages of your newly created art book!

January 4: Creative Builders!
Inspired by OMA's architecture and sculptures in and around the Museum, delve into construction and narrative possibilities using a variety of materials for building both large and small. Learn to use different media while painting, drawing, designing, building, and installing. Our goal will be to have as much fun as possible!


Times:
9am-4pm (full-day class)

Enjoy All Seven Days at a Discounted Rate!
$284; $252 for Members


Notes:
Bring a lunch, a drink and a towel for a picnic. Please wear closed toe shoes and dress for a mess!

Extended Day:
Early drop off (beginning at 8:00am): $5 per child, per day
Late pick up (until 5:15pm): $5 per child, per day
ALL 7 DAYS OF WINTER ART CAMP GRADES 5-8 (Studio 1)
On 12/21/2018


Purchase all 7 Days of Winter Art Camp and enjoy a discounted rate. Members will see their discounted price in the cart.

WINTER ART CAMP 2018-2019

Join us for a fun-filled experience of visual exploration! Discover the artwork of Nick Cave by exploring the colors, sounds, shapes, and textures in Nick Cave: Feat. Then, focus on the collection of unique angels by Miami artist, Purvis Young. Be inspired by both artists to create artwork using found objects, scraps, cardboard, paint, and more! Two sessions are available, one for elementary school students in grades 1-4 and another for middle school students in grades 5-8

Dates:
December 21, 26-28, 2018 and January 2-4, 2019

December 21: Nick Cave featuring YOU!
Create artwork inspired by Nick Cave! Learn how to develop a character that represents you by only designing your personality, not your physical appearance. Create “sound puppets” to showcase characters whose emotions are literally at our fingertips!

December 26: Animals Gone Wild
Discover the animals of OMA! Venture into Nick Cave’s Architectural Forest to explore the hidden creatures. Create your own spirit animal, wild beast, and magical being, while also learning about animals associated with cultural origin stories.

December 27: Assemblage Art
Explore the work of artist Nick Cave by creating assemblage art using found objects combined with textile techniques such as, sewing, weaving, and dyeing. Learn how science and art can be used together to create extraordinary masterpieces!

December 28: Artistic Angels
Create your own artistic angels using wood, boards, buttons, beads, paint, pipe cleaners, and more! Learn how to draw, paint, and make both 2D and 3D masterpieces. Angels large and small, we will explore them all!

January 2: The Art of the Poster
Have you ever tried to express something to someone without using words? Design poster art with messages only revealed using colors, symbols, and various materials. Learn how to make your voice heard without even making a sound!

January 3: Drawing Fundamentals
Learn basic drawing skills as you work in graphite, charcoal, colored pencil, ink, and marker. Explore contour drawing, shading, and the use of perspective, as well as how to draw a self-portrait.

January 4: Modern Masters
Pay tribute to the rock stars of modern art by creating your own visionary masterpieces. From Abstract Expressionism to Pop Art, you’ll learn to paint, print, and draw like a true master.

Times:
9am-4pm (full-day class)

Enjoy All Seven Days at a Discounted Rate!
$284; $252 for Members


Notes:
Bring a lunch, a drink and a towel for a picnic. Please wear closed toe shoes and dress for a mess!

Extended Day:
Early drop off (beginning at 8:00am): $5 per child, per day
Late pick up (until 5:15pm): $5 per child, per day
WINTER ART CAMP GRADES 1-4 SINGLE SESSION PURCHASE (Studio 2)
From 12/21/2018 through 1/4/2019

Member discounts will reflect once the item is added into your cart.

You may select as many sessions as you wish to purchase. If you would like to purchase all 7 days, please see the tab entitled "Enjoy all 7 days at a discount"
Winter Art Camp – 1-4 Grade Themes

December 21: Angels Around Us
Create your own artistic angels using wood, boards, buttons, beads, paint, pipe cleaners, and more! Learn how to draw, paint, and make both 2D and 3D masterpieces. Angels large and small, we will explore them all!

December 26: The Art of Nick Cave
Explore the work of artist Nick Cave by creating assemblage art using found objects combined with textile techniques such as, sewing, weaving, and dyeing. Learn how science and art can be used together to create extraordinary masterpieces!

December 27: Soundsuit Creation Nation!
Create your own Soundsuit using materials that make noise with movement! This day of camp will be filled with lots of creativity, music, movement, puppet shows, and a parade in the galleries!

December 28: Happy New Year!
Celebrate your creativity and the artwork at OMA! Enjoy one of the last days of the year sketching, painting, drawing, making clay creations, and more!! You’ll be ready to ring in the New Year with your masterpieces!

January 2: Artsy Angels
Create vibrant artsy angels using pencils and paints! Explore the color wheel and learn about the elements of art, as you make larger than life artwork in the style of Florida artist Purvis Young.

January 3: Art Books
Learn simple bookbinding techniques, as well as storytelling tips, to create a portable book. Draw, paint, and print wonderful works of art to fill up the pages of your newly created art book!

January 4: Creative Builders!
Inspired by OMA's architecture and sculptures in and around the Museum, delve into construction and narrative possibilities using a variety of materials for building both large and small. Learn to use different media while painting, drawing, designing, building, and installing. Our goal will be to have as much fun as possible!

Times:
9am-4pm (full-day class)

Daily Rate:
$45; $40 for Members

Enjoy All Seven Days at a Discounted Rate!
$284; $252 for Members

Extended Day:
Early drop off (beginning at 8:00am): $5 per child, per day
Late pick up (until 5:15pm): $5 per child, per day (an additional $1 per minute charge will be incurred for pick up later than 5:15pm).
WINTER ART CAMP GRADES 5-8 SINGLE SESSION PURCHASE (Studio 1)
From 12/21/2018 through 1/4/2019

Member discounts will reflect once the item is added into your cart.

You may select as many sessions as you wish to purchase. If you would like to purchase all 7 days, please see the tab entitled "Enjoy all 7 days at a discount"
Winter Art Camp – 5-8 Grade Themes

December 21: Nick Cave featuring YOU!
Create artwork inspired by Nick Cave! Learn how to develop a character that represents you by only designing your personality, not your physical appearance. Create “sound puppets” to showcase characters whose emotions are literally at our fingertips!

December 26: Animals Gone Wild
Discover the animals of OMA! Venture into Nick Cave’s Architectural Forest to explore the hidden creatures. Create your own spirit animal, wild beast, and magical being, while also learning about animals associated with cultural origin stories.

December 27: Assemblage Art
Explore the work of artist Nick Cave by creating assemblage art using found objects combined with textile techniques such as, sewing, weaving, and dyeing. Learn how science and art can be used together to create extraordinary masterpieces!

December 28: Artistic Angels
Create your own artistic angels using wood, boards, buttons, beads, paint, pipe cleaners, and more! Learn how to draw, paint, and make both 2D and 3D masterpieces. Angels large and small, we will explore them all!

January 2: The Art of the Poster
Have you ever tried to express something to someone without using words? Design poster art with messages only revealed using colors, symbols, and various materials. Learn how to make your voice heard without even making a sound!

January 3: Drawing Fundamentals
Learn basic drawing skills as you work in graphite, charcoal, colored pencil, ink, and marker. Explore contour drawing, shading, and the use of perspective, as well as how to draw a self-portrait.

January 4: Modern Masters
Pay tribute to the rock stars of modern art by creating your own visionary masterpieces. From Abstract Expressionism to Pop Art, you’ll learn to paint, print, and draw like a true master.


Times:
9am-4pm (full-day class)

Daily Rate:
$45; $40 for Members

Enjoy All Seven Days at a Discounted Rate!
$284; $252 for Members

Extended Day:
Early drop off (beginning at 8:00am): $5 per child, per day
Late pick up (until 5:15pm): $5 per child, per day (an additional $1 per minute charge will be incurred for pick up later than 5:15pm).
Yoga in the Galleries 12.22.18 (Galleries)
On 12/22/2018

Join us for another installment of “Yoga in the Galleries” with our friends from College Park Yoga.

Please arrive with your own yoga mat. Yoga mats will not be provided.

PRICE:
Museum Members: $10
Guests: $15

This class is limited to 60 attendees.
1st Thursday (Full Museum - 1st Thursdays)
From 1/3/2019 through 1/2/2020

1ST THURSDAYS

“Orlando’s original art party”

Presented by the Associates of the Orlando Museum of Art

The Associates is a volunteer support group committed to expanding Museum membership and encouraging the appreciation of the visual arts. From 6-9 pm on the first Thursday of each month, Central Florida has an opportunity to discover local artists, listen to live music and mingle with an eclectic mix of people. There are cash bars serving wine, beer, soft drinks and water, and café offerings from area restaurants.

Admission to 1st Thursdays is $15 for visitors. Admission includes access to the Museum's featured exhibition. Parking is free at Orlando Loch Haven Park and overflow parking is available at the Orlando Science Center's parking garage for $5 per vehicle.

1st Thursdays is always FREE with an updated Annual Membership! A savings greater than the cost of your membership!
OMA Book Club - The Runaway Species (Galleries)
On 1/4/2019

January 4: The Runaway Species: How Human Creativity Remakes the World by Anthony Brandt & David Eagleman

What drives us to create? This book attempts to answer that question by analyzing acts of significant creation throughout history and connecting them to new neuroscience findings. We will follow our discussion with stories of creativity and curiosity by artist’s in the Museum’s permanent collection.

OMA Book Club - Van Gogh's Ear (Galleries)
On 2/1/2019

February 1: Van Gogh’s Ear: The True Story by Bernadette Murphy

An infamous episode, Van Gogh’s self-removal of his ear was a brutal act that occurred at the pinnacle of his madness. But what led to this personal crisis? Author Bernadette Murphy shares her 7-year research journey to discover the truth. We’ll connect our study of this noteworthy post-Impressionist painter to the exhibited work of Louis Dewis.
OMA Book Club - Mad Enchantment (Galleries)
On 3/1/2019

March 1: Mad Enchantment: Claude Monet and the Painting of the Water Lilies by Ross King

Monet’s iconic depictions of water lilies have inspired artists for generations, but few know that they were created during a period of personal turmoil for the artist. Set against the backdrop of WWI, this biography presents a portrait of the artist at the height of his international acclaim while he pursued the preservation of his legacy by founding of his Museum. After our discussion, we will explore the historical impact of WWI on French art in relation to the exhibited works of Louis Dewis.
OMA Book Club - Station Eleven (Galleries)
On 4/5/2019

April 5: Station Eleven: A Novel by Emily St. John Mandel

Program Presented in Partnership with the NEA Big Read & UCF

In the aftermath of a ravaging pandemic, a troupe of actors and musicians struggle to preserve the remnants of the humanities.

Discussion co-led by Dr. Keri Watson, Assistant Professor of Art History, UCF

For more information on the NEA Big Read, visit: https://www.arts.gov/national-initiatives/nea-big-read
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