Time: 9AM – 12PM
Tickly, prickly, creepy, crawly bugs come in all shapes and sizes! This exploratory workshop studies lightning bugs, butterflies, spiders and other magnificent insects. How many different kinds of ladybugs can we discover? Why do fireflies glow? Do monarch butterflies really travel 2,000 miles south in the fall? Together we explore these questions, as we craft whimsical artworks inspired by insects big and small. We create sculptural bumblebees from recycled materials, beautiful watercolor butterflies, shiny clay beetles, wearable antenna and giant dragonflies! We use all kinds of art supplies such as pastels, watercolors, paint, glue, clay and papier-mâché! Let’s get buzzzzzzzing!
Katherine Bell is the Children’s Program and Outreach Manager at Anderson Ranch Arts Center. Katherine is a native of Colorado and received her BA from Colorado College with a degree in Art History and Studio Art. She has worked with communities in the Bay Area, South America, and Colorado engaging children through art for the last ten years.Join Waiting List