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Family Yoga (Galleries)
From 10/20/2018 through 12/8/2018

Family Yoga

11:00am-12:00pm

Dates: September 15, October 20, December 8

Come de-stress with your kids (ages 3 and up) and enjoy an hour-long yoga class that includes fun games, music, and stories. Doing yoga as a family promotes health and well-being, and provides tools to use back at home to relax, manage stress and emotions, and be more focused on the present moment. Yoga mats will be available or participants are welcome to bring their own. Come for one or come for all!

Cost: $25 per class per family
Member Price: $22.50 per class per family
Art Night Out - Mask Making Mania (Studio 1)
On 10/23/2018

Art Night Out: Mask Making Mania with Jodie Baldanza

Tuesday, October 23 | 6-8:30 pm
Ditch those store-bought costumes for a unique DIY mask just in time for Halloween! We’ll use mixed media sculptural techniques to build highly-textured creations perfect for any masquerade.
School Holiday Camp 10.26.18 Grade 1-4 (Studio 1)
On 10/26/2018

October 26 / 9am – 4pm

Fall into art! Students will create artwork inspired by the illustrations of Jon J Muth, as well as the dynamic and colorful “soundsuits” by Nick Cave. Students will take home unique pieces of artwork using a variety of mediums such as watercolor and mixed media. Please dress for a mess and bring your enthusiasm!.

Early Drop Off / Late Pick Up
Early drop off is available from 8-9 am for an additional $5 per child. Late pick up is available from 4-5:15 pm for $5 per child (an additional $1 per minute charge will be incurred for pick up later than 5:15 pm).
School Holiday Camp 10.26.18 Grade 5-8 (Studio 1)
On 10/26/2018

October 26 / 9am – 4pm

Fall into art! Students will create artwork inspired by the illustrations of Jon J Muth, as well as the dynamic and colorful “soundsuits” by Nick Cave. Students will take home unique pieces of artwork using a variety of mediums such as watercolor and mixed media. Please dress for a mess and bring your enthusiasm!.

Early Drop Off / Late Pick Up
Early drop off is available from 8-9 am for an additional $5 per child. Late pick up is available from 4-5:15 pm for $5 per child (an additional $1 per minute charge will be incurred for pick up later than 5:15 pm).
Writing in the Galleries - Fall 2018 (Galleries)
On 10/27/2018

Writing in the Galleries - Art as a Pathway to Memory

How can visual art stimulate memories of our life’s experiences? Then, how do we best capture the recollections that arise?

Join us at the crossroads of art and memory as we experience works in the galleries and use them to add life, color, and texture to your stories. Fill your writer’s palette with tools that help you write good description, engage your senses, make people and places live and breathe, and many more. Examine the brush strokes of good storytelling and have a lot of fun doing it!

Join us for this series of workshops where you will discover your personal narrative and unlock your creative potential. Each session will include both a gallery experience and a writing exercise centered around memoir.

This program will be led by local author and publisher Patricia Charpentier.

Patricia, multi-award-winning author of Eating an Elephant: Write Your Life One Bite at a Time, teaches, writes, coaches, edits, ghostwrites, and publishes personal and family history and life-based stories. She is a popular speaker who, since 1999, has helped hundreds of people write and publish the most important stories of their lives. She offers live workshops and ongoing courses, including programs that utilize videos, one-on-one coaching, group Q&A calls, and more. Visit Patricia at WritingYourLife.org.

Cost: $90 for the series, includes a copy of Patricia’s book Eating an Elephant: Writing Your Life One Bite at a Time | $25 for an individual session | Museum Members receive a 10% discount on tuition

Dates: September 15, September 29, October 13, October 27
Time: 10 am to noon
Art Adventures - Totally Tactile and Textural! (Studio 1)
On 11/2/2018

Explore the artwork of Nick Cave in the exhibition, Nick Cave: Feat. Join the fun in the studio by creating an interactive installation out of fabric, yarn, and found objects! Make your own tactile treasure to take home and share with loved ones.

November 2 Art Adventures: Totally Tactile and Textural!
Art Encounters - Totally Tactile and Textural! (Studio 1)
On 11/2/2018

Feel, touch, and create! Join the fun and explore the artwork of Nick Cave in Nick Cave: Feat. In the studio, create your own interactive installation with fabric, yarn, and found objects! Take home your own tactile treasure box inspired by the tactile boxes seen in the museum gallery.

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Time: 11:00am-1:00pm

November 2 - Art Encounters: Totally Tactile and Textural!
Art in the Afternoon -Totally Tactile and Textural (Studio 1)
On 11/2/2018


ART IN THE AFTERNOON

Join us for a studio program designed specifically for homeschool students (ages 9-13)! In this series of classes taught by art teacher Catherine Cross, students start with the basics and build upon that foundation, as they learn from authentic works of art and explore elements of art and principles of design in engaging ways.

Join us in the studio for a hands-on project! Touch, feel, and create your own tactile installation! Grab fabric, yarn, and found objects to make a masterpiece inspired by the artwork of Nick Cave in Nick Cave: Feat. Take home your own tactile treasures!

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November 2 - Totally Tactile and Textural! 1:30-4PM

OMA Book Club - The Dinosaur Artist (Galleries)
On 11/2/2018

November 2: The Dinosaur Artist: Obsession, Betrayal, and the Search for the Earth’s Ultimate Treasure by Paige Williams

Discover the true story of a Florida man who attempted to sell a nearly complete Tyrannosaurus skeleton excavated in Mongolia. This recent publication illuminates the business of fossil collecting—questioning the ethical responsibilities of institutions, scientists, dealers, and collectors when preserving artifacts.
Art Adventures - Angels Among Us (Studio 1)
On 12/7/2018

Discover the angelic artwork of Purvis Young in Purvis Young and His Angels. Be inspired by Young’s unique interpretations of an angel by creating your own version. Celebrate this holiday season by spreading your own angel wings!

December 7 Art Adventures: Angels Among Us
Art Encounters - Angels Among Us (Studio 1)
On 12/7/2018

This workshop combines “art” encounters with “angel” encounters! Explore Purvis Young’s magnificent display of angel inspired artwork in Purvis Young and His Angels. Become encouraged by Young’s interpretation of an angel to create your own version using a variety of materials!

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Time: 11:00am-1:00pm

December 7 - Art Encounters: Angels Among Us
Art in the Afternoon - Angels Among Us (Studio 1)
On 12/7/2018


ART IN THE AFTERNOON

Join us for a studio program designed specifically for homeschool students (ages 9-13)! In this series of classes taught by art teacher Catherine Cross, students start with the basics and build upon that foundation, as they learn from authentic works of art and explore elements of art and principles of design in engaging ways.

Discover who or what an angel is to you in this magical workshop! Explore the angelic artwork of Purvis Young by viewing Purvis Young and His Angels. Be inspired by Young’s unique interpretations of an angel by creating your own version using a variety of materials.

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December 7 - Angels Among Us 1:30-4PM

Family Workshop: Artful Angels (Studio 1)
On 12/8/2018

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.
Youth Workshop: Move, Listen, Imagine and Create! (Studio 1)
On 12/9/2018

Youth Workshop: Move, Listen, Imagine and Create!

December 9, 2018
1 pm - 3 pm

Visit the world of Nick Cave! Create your own wearable “soundsuit” using a variety of media. Then, venture into the galleries to put on your own “soundsuit performance!” Imaginations will be running wild during this workshop!
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.
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!
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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