UMMA’s Family Art Studio, a popular art-making class we’ve been hosting on select weekends for several years, has moved online. Choose a class below, gather your materials, and put your creative energy to use!
Emily Considine, UMMA Student Engagement Council Member, provides a guided step-by-step tutorial for making plant-based art using items found around your environment.
Materials needed: plant material (flowers, leaves, grass, etc), glue, and something heavy, such as textbooks, that you can use for pressing.View Works From Participants
Origami Fold Along
Follow along as U-M student Maiya Yu takes you through folding instructions for several origami shapes; UMMA Student Engagement Council Member Emily Considine joins to share historical information about the art of origami. Includes downloadable, step-by-step PDF instructions.
Materials needed: Paper - double-sided origami paper. Anything lightweight, like printer paper, works well. Avoid thick paper such as cardstockDownload step-by-step instructions
Expressive Faces - How Do You Feel?
Local Artist and Community Docent, Susan Clinthorne will walk participants through the creation of expressive faces with collage, while exploring elements of design, and sharing fun faces from UMMA's collection as inspiration.
Materials needed: Paper, scissors, glue, a support base (cardboard, cardstock, cereal box, etc)Watch on YouTube