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Saturday Children's Art Workshops

Educate, Inspire, Create! 

Women Pioneers and the Landscape

February 4, 10:30am-12:00pm

This free art workshop for children ages 6-12 is a part of the Dairy's special partnership with the CU Art Museum. Children will have the opportunity to tour the museum's exhibition entitled Pioneers: Women Artists in Boulder, 1898-1950 with a CU Art Museum professional, and learn how women shaped the arts in Boulder. This tour will be followed by an art project focused on one of the many subjects these women artists focused on: the landscape. Parents are welcome to stay and participate or drop-off their children for this 90 minute workshop. The CU Art Museum is located at 1085 18th St., Boulder, CO 80309, and metered parking is available at the Euclid Auto Park and on the street.

Image: Eve Drewelowe, American (1899-1988),  The Tetons—Wyoming,  1936, oil paint on canvas, 32 x 38 inches composition, Gift of Mary Rogers Thoms, CU Art Museum, University of Colorado Boulder, 85.1744, Photo: Jeff Wells, © CU Art Museum, University of Colorado Boulder

Drawing with Light
March 4, 10:30am-12:00pm

Celebrate the Month of Photography at the Dairy with this children's art workshop for ages 6-12! Children will tour the special Month of Photography exhibition at the Dairy by Michelle Robinson, learning about the history of photography and how photography works. Children will then have the opportunity to create their own cyanotype projects to take home! Parents are welcome to stay and participate or drop-off their children for this 90 minute workshop. 

The Saturday Children's Art Workshop series is generously supported by grants from:

For more information and to inquire about scholarship opportunities, please contact India Lovato, Visual Arts Administrator: ilovato@thedairy.org, 303.440.7826 x108


The Dairy's Visual Arts Program would also like to thank the following sponsor:

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