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In partnership with the Autism Society the Heartland, monthly art classes will be held at the Nelson-Atkins Museum of art in classrooms 4 and 5 in the Ford Learning Center from September —April Classes are free, however, enrollments are required as spaces in the classroom are limited. Care partners may stay with student during class. Thursday, September 12, How does a wall move? Observe artist Andy Goldsworthy and his team work on the Walking Wall that has been traversing the museum landscape for the past few months.
You will work with a team in the classroom and use natural materials to create animated nature art. Try your hand at one of the oldest printmaking techniques and use a printing press to produce your own work of art. Thursday, November 14, Examine technologies and innovations that increase the potential for all people to access the world.
Thursday, December 12, Discover the tomb belonging to one of the most famous figures of ancient Egypt in Queen Nefertari: Eternal Egypt. Unlock the secrets of the mysterious queen and her royal companions who lived over 3, years ago. Thursday, February 13, Experiment with clay and glaze techniques while drawing inspiration from our collection of Contemporary Japanese Ceramics.
Vessels and sculptures will be fired and given back to students on March 12th. Thursday, March 12, Travel the world at the museum and study textile patterns and designs from various world cultures.
Be inspired to experiment with surface design on fabric and clothing. Thursday, April 9, What is functional art? Create your own sketchbook to keep and learn how to design the cover using drawing and screenprinting techniques.